Paul Casey superbly closed out his 15th victory on the European Tour with a confident four-shot win over Brandon Stone at the 2021 Omega Dubai Desert Classic. The Englishman carded a 2-under-par 70 at Emirates Golf Club to win with a 17-under-par
With a total gross expenditure already estimated to be $270 million, constituting nearly a quarter of total sports expenditure, the golf scene in Dubai is expected to get another impetus with the launch of Emirates Amateur Golf League (EAGL), the world’s first franchise-based amateur league
Paul Casey carded a stunning best-of-the-day 8-under-par 64 to take a one-stroke lead over Robert MacIntyre into the final round of the 2021 Omega Dubai Desert Classic at the Emirates Golf Club on Saturday.
The eagerly anticipated inaugural Emirates Amateur Golf League (EAGL) Corporate Invitational proved to be a hotly contested affair at The Track, Meydan Golf on Saturday as the Wealth of Wellness team emerged victorious with a score of 115 points.
After edging out Sweden’s Henrik Stenson in the final of the fun, star-studded matchplay competition, Casey also delighted the watching crown by raising Dhs15,000 for the Al Jalila Foundation.
The Rumanza Golf and Country Club, developed by the DHA Multan, marks Sir Nick Faldo’s first venture in South Asia and the most ambitious course construction project in Pakistan’s history.
After 36 holes of the 2022 Faldo Series Middle East Qualifier, Jake Wiltshire (The Els Club) leads after a second round of eight under par for a two-round total of 137, three under par at Al Ain Equestrian, Shooting and Golf Club.
The strong winds played havoc at Yas Links but Jamieson remained steady and composed as he battled to a two over par 74 to enter the weekend on a seven under leading total.
The 24-year-old UAE’s top national golfer, Skaik, winner of the Presidents Cup in 2020, which was played at the neighbouring course at Yas Links, Abu Dhabi, was out in two over par 38, having teed off on hole 1.