Al Suwaidi and Al Emadi Amal of the UAE Golf in the Egyptian Nefertiti Cup for Women

The women's national team, represented by the players Hamda Al-Suwaidi and Alia Al-Emadi, launched today the Emirati participation in the Egyptian Open Championship for Amateur Players (Nefertiti Cup), which will be held until the day after tomorrow, Sunday, at El-Gouna stadiums in the Red Sea Governorate, with international participation considered the largest in the history of the tournament, especially on the The level of the Arab, European, African and Asian federations.

The Nefertiti Cup, which was launched for the first time in 2004, will be held over three days, with an average of 54 strokes, and highlights the importance of the tournament in its current 2022 edition, in giving 3 Arab players an invitation to participate in the final event of the European Women's Tour at the end of this year.

The Director General of the Emirates Golf Federation, Akram Skaik, commented on the Emirati women's participation in the (Nefertiti Cup), saying in a press statement: "It is important that the players of the national team continue to play during the summer, as participation in the (Nefertiti Cup) is one of the many Among the events and training activities that the women's team will participate in," he said, pointing to the importance of the UAE Federation's support for amateur championships that are held throughout the Arab world.

Skaik pointed to the importance of benefiting from the available friction experiences, and said: "Ensuring the presence of the team's players in such tournaments, because of its many positive benefits, most notably staying in a competitive state, and gaining experience of contact with the elite players, whether on the Arab or international arenas."

He concluded: "I thank the Egyptian Golf Federation for hosting this tournament, and we wish the UAE players all success in their Egyptian participation."

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