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New championship encourages Lebanon’s young golfers

Wed, 2017-06-28 15:05 -- admin

Keen to support young and aspiring golfers, Ahlam Mountain & Golf Village was a sponsor of the first golf championship for school children held on Saturday June 17 at the Beirut golf course. The event was organized by the Lebanese Golf Federation in collaboration with the Golf Club of Lebanon and drew 88 competing students aged between 8 and 12 years old from a number of schools: IC, ACS, Al Makassed, Broumana High School, Al Mabarrat and College Protestant Francais. Ahlam representatives were present throughout the competition and distributed vouchers for sessions at the new golf driving range to be launched in July on the Kfardebian site.

The competition took place over three hours and ended with an awards ceremony that saw Broumana High School take first place and Al Makassed second. The event was attended by a number of high ranking officials, including the Lebanese Minister of Tourism, Mr. Avedis Guidanian, who took great interest in the proceedings and delivered a speech in which he noted that the future of golf playing in Lebanon was on the right track. Mr. Ali Fawaz, representing Mr. Ahmad Fneich, the Lebanese Minister of Youth and Sports, said that today a new generation of golf players had been born and he expressed his conviction that the future of the Golf Club and the game of golf were in safe hands. Mr. Mark Taylor, representing the International Federation of PGA, conveyed his happiness at being part of this unique event while the Lebanese Golf Federation President, Mr. Karim Salam, speaking at the event, welcomed the advent of a new generation to the sport’s ranks.