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HRH Khaled bin Saud Al Faisal and Abdulaziz Al Imran win 4th Annual GIB Golf Cup

Gulf International Bank – Saudi Arabia (GIB) announced His Royal Highness Prince Khaled bin Saud Al Faisal and Abdulaziz Al Imran as winners of the “4th Annual GIB Golf Cup”, which was held at the Riyadh Green golf course. The winners were awarded prizes by the Chairman of Gulf International Bank - Saudi Arabia, Abdullah Al Zamil, and the GIB Group CEO, Abdulaziz Al-Helaissi.

 

110 professional and amateur golfers from around the GCC participated in the competition including a significant number of executives, partners and clients from the Riyadh business community.  Professionals that took part included members of the Saudi national team alongside a host of talent amateurs. The event was bolstered by the presence of His Excellency Yasser Al-Rumayyan, Chairman of the Saudi Golf Federation (SGF). 

 

Commenting, Mr. Al-Helaissi, said, “On behalf of everyone at GIB, I’d like to express our gratitude to His Excellency Yasser Al-Rumayyan and Majed Al Sorour, CEO of SGF, for attending and participating in the GIB Golf Cup, which continues to grow into a dynamic and exceptionally well attended event on the Riyadh and regional golfing stage. I’d also like to take this opportunity to congratulate the winners and the participants.   GIB remains committed to supporting our community and the national goals of the Kingdom including the development of sports in line with Vision 2030. Golf is key among the sports which have a positive social and economic impact for the Kingdom and we’re delighted to provide another platform for Saudi players and the national team to showcase their talent and vast potential.”

 

GIB Golf Cup Winners


-    1st His Royal Highness Prince Khaled bin Saud Al Faisal and Abdulaziz Al Imran 
-    2nd David Michaud and Kevin Hanlon 
-    3rd Faisal Salhab and Eamon Hanlon
-    4th Abdulrahman Al Mansour and Irfan Hanif 
-    5th Ali Al Sakha and Vincent Place 
-    His Royal Highness Prince Khaled bin Saud Al Faisal won closest to the pin (6th hole)
-    Dan McLaughlin won closest to the pin (17th hole)
-    Faisal Salhab won the longest drive (11th hole)
-    Julian Ballmann won the longest drive (15th hole)