Golf Saudi Ambassadors

Our Ambassadors

Adri Arnaus

Amy Boulden

Pablo Larrazabal

Camilla Lennarth

A New Beginning

As Saudi Arabia opens up to the world, becoming established at the heart of the Arabic and Islamic world, it will demonstrate its role as a global investment powerhouse. With continued investment in sport, the Kingdom can unite expert stakeholders from across the country to enhance its position on the world stage.

Sport provides the most comprehensive opportunity to showcase Saudi Arabia’s national endeavour and diversify the lifestyle of its people.

Adri Arnaus

Since the start of Adri’s professional career in 2017 he has won the Alps Tour Order of Merit, finished second on the European Challenge Tour Ranking. He also had three runner-up finishes on the European Tour all in his rookie year 2019, finishing 41st in the Race To Dubai standings. 

“I think it’s important for golf and other sports to visit places like Saudi Arabia to help grow the game there and also show how beautiful these places are as people may not know too much about them before seeing them on TV.”

 

Amy Boulden

A professional golfer from Llandudno, Wales. Amy turned pro at the end of 2013 and has been playing full time on the Ladies European tour since.

Recently, Amy Boulden won the 2020 VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open, with an overall score of -17, sealing the title by three shots. Her final day score of 64 was the lowest round of the weekend.

As an international ambassador for Golf Saudi, Amy Boulden is representing Golf Saudi in its extensive efforts to promote the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia globally as an exceptional golfing nation, as well as attracting young Saudis to the game.

Pablo Larrazabal

Born in Barcelona, Pablo has been a prominent figure on the European Tour for over a decade. Since making his debut and securing his first-ever tournament win, Pablo Larrazábal has gone on to win four additional titles, including two at the BMW International Open in 2011 and 2015. Larrazábal has also seen success in the Middle East on the Desert Swing, winning the 2014 edition of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship.

“I feel honoured to be part of the Golf Saudi team and I look forward to sharing the many wonders of Saudi Arabia with my golf fans…As a Golf Saudi ambassador, I’d like to play a first-hand role in growing the game there, particularly with the younger generations. It’s important for golf to expand in new markets if our sport is to continue to grow and develop a sustainable legacy.”

Camilla Lennarth

Swedish professional golfer born in Stockholm. Camilla joined the Ladies European Tour in 2013 after her medallist honors at the 2010 European Ladies’ Team Championship as part of the winning Swedish National Team

“There are a lot of beautiful locations along with the service and  the friendliness. So far I have had a really good impression of Saudi”