The Saudi Aramco International Women’s Golf Championship kicks off tomorrow with 120 international players.

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Tomorrow, Thursday, February 15, 2023, the Saudi Aramco Women’s International Championship, organized by the State Investment Fund, will return for the fourth consecutive time under the auspices of the European Women’s Tour, and will be attended by 120 elite players and outstanding talents from around the world .The stadium is being prepared.And the Royal Greens club in King Abdullah Economic City in the coming days (February 16-19, 2023) to host the $5 million global event competition, which is considered the third tournament on the European Women’s Tour calendar for 2023 year, and his first tournament on Kingdom soil this year in the Aramco Championship Series for Teams will be the second tournament with a total prize pool of $1 million. This contributed to the tour winning the largest prize money in its history, $35 million.

A proactive launch press conference was held today with English star Georgia Hall, the defending champion, and American star Lexi Thompson, ranked seventh in the world, and they talked about their complete fitness and desire to participate in one of the most important and biggest international tournaments together with the best golfers.

Hull said: “I enjoy playing at Royal Greens and I’ve had some outstanding results in its territory and you can see the improvements that have been made and some additions that will definitely make it harder for us and I also think the wind will affect I really liked the course of the game, but I’m excited about this challenge and I feel confident in my presentation.”

On the other hand, Thompson, the Aramco Team Championship Series “New York” champion competing in the Kingdom for the first time, confirmed that she was happy to attend the tournament as she heard a lot of positive feedback. comments that made her want to join the list of participating names. She also expressed her admiration for the Kingdom’s efforts to develop women’s golf and explained that she always strives to do her part to spread the game and make it accessible to all women and girls around the world.

The list of participating names, in addition to Hull and Thompson, includes a group of international stars who have won major and international championship titles in the world of women’s golf, including: “Lydia Ko” from New Zealand, world No. 1 and winner of the Saudi Women’s International Championship. Aramco 2021, Thai Athaya Theticul ranked fourth, South Korean NJ Chun ranked eighth in the world, and Swedish star Lynn Grant, winner of the European Women’s Tour, Order of Merit 2022.

For more information about the Saudi Aramco International Women’s Championship hosted by the State Investment Fund or booking tickets available free of charge, please visit www.golfsaudi.com.

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