The tournament witnessed 111 LET professionals and 37 amateurs compete at Royal Greens Golf & Country Club for an impressive prize pot. Staged in collaboration with Golf Saudi and the Saudi Golf Federation, the 54-hole event showcased a variation of formats, broadcasted domestically and globally to more than 340million homes across five continents.
Emily Kristine Pederson took home the individual and team prizes, collecting a full sweep of trophies across the 10 days. Fellow professionals Michele Thomson and South Africa’s Casandra Hall also took home the team trophy with Amateur Matt Selby.
The ground-breaking event welcomed global superstars such as Anna Nordqvist, Georgia Hall, Charley Hull, Anne van Dam, Dame Laura Davies, Carly Booth and Lydia Hall.
Anne Van Dam
Dame Laura Davies
Golf & Country Club
King Abdullah Economic City 23981
Where can I park?
Parking is free of charge and available next to the course, please follow directional signs when arriving into King Abdullah Economic City.
Is there disabled parking?
Yes, there is disabled parking for those who require assistance. Please follow signs to Car Park 1.
Can I bring a child's buggy/pushchair?
Yes, but please keep it to the designated cart paths.
Can I bring camera?
Yes, but please do not use it when players are taking their shots.
Can I bring a bag/rucksack?
Yes, but please note random bag searches are in operation. Please see below the list of prohibited items.
Can I bring my own food and drink?
Food and Refreshments will be available on the course and in the spectator village. If you would prefer to bring your own food and drink you are welcome, but we do not allow big coolers or picnics on the course itself.
Can I bring dogs to the event?
Only guide dogs are allowed access. No other pets are permitted.
Can I gain access with my e-ticket on my phone?
Yes, as long as it is from the official event ticketing site.
Is there a dress code?
Please dress according to local customs and laws. Make sure to pack clothes to handle the changing weather conditions.
Are children allowed access?
Yes, children and families are welcome and encouraged to attend. We have a number of activities planned for families within the spectator village area. Children under 16 are free when accompanied by an adult.
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