Riyadh Golf Club
By Matt Smith
Riyadh Golf Club will host the inaugural Saudi Open from December 8-10 on the Asian Development Tour.
With a purse of $75,000, the Golf Saudi-backed event will highlight the ADT’s rapid expansion this year.
Last year, Golf Saudi entered a 10-year partnership with the Asian Tour and introduced the $5 million Saudi International as the season-opening event.
Majed Al Sorour, Golf Saudi’s Chief Executive Officer, said: “We’re delighted to extend and deepen our ties with the Asian Tour, a key strategic partner for us.
“We’re especially pleased that Riyadh Golf Club will be the venue for the Saudi Open on the Asian Development Tour.”
Cho Minn Thant, Commissioner and CEO, Asian Tour, added: “Providing playing opportunities for our members has always been a prime objective for us. I’m delighted, therefore, that we’re able to further bolster the ADT schedule this year with the addition of the Saudi Open.”
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