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Dubal extends sponsorship of Ladies Masters

Aluminium company continues to back Dubai European Tour event

  • Staff Report
  • Published: 17:34 November 7, 2012
  • Gulf News

Dubai: Dubai Aluminium (Dubal) has extended its support for the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters, to be held at Emirates Golf Club from December 5-8.

A top-class field, which includes the likes of defending champion Alexis Thompson, Michelle Wie and Laura Davies, will line-up for the honours, promising an exciting contest at the Majlis course.

Dubal has been associated with the season-ending Ladies European Tour event since its inception in 2006. “Dubal is delighted to continue its association with ‘golf in Dubai’ as we consider corporate investment in the growth and development of Dubai to be both a duty and a privilege,” said Mohammad A Yahya, Manager of Corporate Relations and International Affairs.

“Accordingly, we take pride in sponsoring and participating in world-class events that showcase and promote both the city of Dubai and Dubal across the world.”

Mohammad Juma Bu Amim, Vice-Chairman and CEO of golf in DUBAi, said: “Dubal has played a significant role in establishing the credentials of the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters as one of the most sought-after events on the Ladies European Tour.

“The fact that a state-owned company like Dubal has backed our event from the beginning shows they have confidence in our ability to deliver a world-class product without compromising on quality. We appreciate their trust and hold them in high esteem,” he said.

Golf in Dubai is backed by Omega as the title sponsor and Dubal as the sponsor. The co-sponsors are: CNN, Drydocks World & Maritime World, Emirates NBD, Gulf News, Mercedes-Benz and wasl, while Dubai Duty Free, Carpetland and Motivate are the Patrons in golf in DUBAi’s drive to showcase the emirate’s vibrant golfing scene to a worldwide audience.

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