Over the next two weeks the UAE National Golf Team will travel to Morocco for a comprehensive training camp in preparation for the busy upcoming golf season.
23 UAE players from five different teams (Ladies, Men’s, 18 & Under, 15 & Under, and 13 & Under) along with the UAE and EGF golf coaches, will join forces with the Moroccan National Team players to train and compete against each other in a number of friendly matches.
The Emirates Golf Federation (EGF) and the Moroccan Golf Federation will be using Royal Golf Dar Es Salam Golf Club as their headquarters for the training camp. The UAE players will take full advantage of the club’s short game and practice facilities rated as one of the best in the region.
In addition, Men’s Team players Ahmad Skaik, who is ranked 61st on the Men’s World Amateur Golf Ranking (WAGR), and Abdulla Al Musharrekh. will travel to Ifrane, Morocco to join the Moroccan Men’s Team for seven days of training in preparation for the 2022 World Amateur Team Championships (Eisenhower Trophy) to be held at Le Golf National, Paris, France, August 31st – September 3rd.
“We are pushing the best out of our players and coaches,” said General Abdullah Alhashmi, Vice-Chairman of the EGF.
“Over the next two weeks, we will understand how our players match up with other golf programs in the region. The Moroccan players have always led the way in being the top performers in Arab golf. By having this opportunity to train and compete against our Moroccan brothers and sisters we will know what is working well or needs improvement. I want to thank the Moroccan Golf Federation which has welcomed the EGF with open arms. We look to continue these training camps with all the Arab Golf Federations,” General Alhashmi added.
Starting on Wednesday 31st August with the 72 hole Eisenhower Trophy, until the last week of November the UAE National Golf Teams will have a busy golfing schedule which includes the following significant events on the golfing calendar: Ladies, Men’s, and Junior Pan Arab Championships in Tunisia, the Women’s and Men’s Asia-Pacific Amateur Championships in Thailand, and the Nomura Cup in the Philippines.