Mohamed Darwish wins the EGF Monthly Medal at Al Hamra Golf Club in March

On Saturday 18 March, the Emirates Golf Federation (EGF) hosted the March EGF Monthly Medal at Al Hamra Golf Club with the support of eGolf Megastore.

With a total of 36 points, he plays his game perfectly, Mohammed Darwish wins the overall Stableford category, followed by Yaser Al Marzooqi with 34 points. division of categories, Rashed Al EmadI won Division A by 30 points, and was led by Division B Shawqi Sajwani with 34 points.

Al Hamra Golf Club became an official venue for the DP World Tour when the tour first visited the beautiful emirate of Ras Al Khaimah in the United Arab Emirates in 2022, hosting the inaugural Ras Al Khaimah Championship. This 18-hole course, designed by Peter Harradine, opened its doors in 2007 and meanders around four interconnected open-water lagoons that flow seamlessly into the waters of the Arabian Gulf.

Daniel Gavins competes in the Ras Al Khaimah Championship

Photo credit: Harry Grimshaw, Gulf News

The Elite division only competed in the gross category and at significantly adjusted distances, as the EGF wants to encourage elite players to play in conditions similar to those of international competitions. Seven women competed to be the best in the elite category and Hannah Alan won the Elite Division Ladies Shooting 70 followed by Jamie Cameron with an overall gross score of 74.

Hannah Alan with Emirates Golf Federation Director General Akram Skaik

Photo credit: Emirates Golf Federation

In the elite division – men, from the 4 players, three shot results of 83, but after a count down Mohammed Skak emerged as the winner.

Mohammed Skaik with Emirates Golf Federation Director General Akram Skaik

Photo credit: Emirates Golf Federation

With a total of 41 points dr Rabab Al Naj wins Ladies Stableford Category and Junior Rashed Al Halfeiti won his division by 35 points.

In the senior section for those who are 50 years or older, Amir Barki accumulated 36 points to win the division.

There were also two “On Course Challenges” up for grabs at the event. Taking home the longest drive award for men was Rashid Al Hafeiti. Winning the Nearest to the Pin Award in the Men’s category was Sultan Al Qwais.

The ladies had a separate competition for the “On Course Challenges” and the winner is the longest drive Hannah Alan And Sarah Ali won Nearest to the Pin.


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