This year saw the premier Asian Tour event return to Royal Greens Golf and Country Club marking its fifth-year anniversary in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
It was Abraham Ancer who took the trophy home of the 2023 PIF Saudi International powered by SoftBank Investment Advisers, after he fought off Cameron Young to claim his fourth professional victory.
As the official sanctioning body for professional golf in Asia, the Asian Tour leads the development of professional golf across the region, enhancing the careers of its members while maintaining a commitment to the integrity of the game. The Asian Tour, through its membership of the International Federation of PGA Tours, is the only recognised pan-Asian professional golf tour in Asia.
The Tour is officially recognised by the Official World Golf Ranking and provides its events with valuable ranking points for participants to be recognised on the world stage. It is also an affiliate of The R&A. Tour Partners include Rolex (Timekeeper), Habitat for Humanity (Sustainable Development Partner), Titleist (Web Partner) and FootJoy (Tour Supplier).
The corporate headquarters of the Asian Tour is based in Sentosa, which is the home of Asian Golf while Sentosa Golf Club is part of an exclusive network of properties under the Asian Tour Destinations. The Tour also has an office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Royal Greens Golf and Country Club is a premier 18-hole championship golf course and clubhouse, boasting panoramic views of the Red Sea coast. Host to professional events on the Asian Tour, Ladies European Tour and LIV Golf , the course is a true risk and reward layout, challenging the world’s best.
The first state-of-the-art golf facility in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, built for Women's champions as well as men events
Major champions including Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, Phil Mickelson, Sergio Garcia and Graeme McDowell have all played here
Designed by renowned course architect, Dave Sampson, of European Golf Designs
Voted World’s best Golf clubhouse at the World Golf Awards 2019