Al Majali appreciates the support of the R&A, with the conclusion of the third round of the Jordan golf League.

Radee points to the accomplishment of the goals. The executive development committee also values the participants' and their families' efforts.

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AQABA – The Jordan Golf Federation concluded the third round of the Jordan Golf League in its new format, which was held on the courses of Ayla Golf Club in Aqaba on Friday and Saturday, amid high levels of interaction from all pillars of golf.اضافة اعلان

The executive development Committee appreciated the participants and their families for their efforts and contributions to the success of the third round of the Jordan Golf League, which saw fierce competition among the participants despite the hot weather that dominated the first day of the tournament.

The Jordan Golf Federation's President, Dr. Nidal Al Majali, expressed his gratitude and appreciation to the R&A for the financial support they provided for the success of the Jordan Golf League Program, which is now taking on a more organized, widespread, and mature form.

The tournament's final results were as follows:

Adult category (18) holes / first place: Shukri Saleh, second place: Karim Barghouti, third place: Samer Halaweh.

As for the junior competitions, they were as follows:

The Elite category (36) holes / first place: Muhammad Al-Rawashdeh, second place: Salem Al-Abdallat.

Junior Boys category (18) holes / first place: Murad Al-Rawashdeh, second place: Youssef Katatasha, third place: Samaan Akroush.

Junior Girls category (18) holes / first place: Yasmine Thaher, second place: Lillian Fouad, third place: Taleen Jabaji.

The Academy Course Competition (9) Holes / First place: Lamar Shomali, Second place: Adam Salman, Third place: Muhammad Shaath.

The Academy Course Competition (6) Holes/ First place: Ahmed Asad Al Rawashdeh, Second place: Julie Katatasha, Third place: Taj Akroush

In turn, the technical Manager Amer Radee confirmed that the new experience in the current round of the league contributed to the achievement of the desired goals, noting that the diversity of the local league competitions now allows all age groups to demonstrate and develop their technical and skill capabilities.

Eng. Sahel Dudin, Executive Director of the Ayla Oasis Development Company, on the other hand, emphasized the importance of ongoing collaboration between Ayla, the Jordan Olympic Committee, and the Jordan Golf Federation in order to build a promising generation that contributes to the Jordan national team, highlighting Ayla's willingness of its professional technical teams to create the conditions and Ayla Academy and facilities for the championships' success.

It is worth noting that the tournament refereeing was managed by the Jordan Referees Committee head Shadi Al-Jabaji, who was assisted by referee Moath Qatasheh and members of the General Security Directorate team Asad Rawashdeh, Mohammad Hani, Anas Al-amreen, and Wissam Ghawadreh.

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