By Sports Reporter/Doha
Commercial Bank, Qatar’s first private bank, and Education City Golf Club have officially launched Commercial Bank Qatar Masters Pro-Am Qualifier Open. The competition will take place on Saturday.
For the first time since the launch of Qatar Masters, Commercial Bank is calling out the golfing community to take part in pre-Qualifier Golf Competition, allowing all participants to try and qualify to play in the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters Pro-am tournament which is scheduled to take place on March 4, a day prior to the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters.
Michael Braidwood, General Manager at Education City Golf Club, said: “Through this first-ever competition, we aim to provide the golfing community a unique opportunity to play in a national golf tournament with the ultimate goal of playing alongside professionals and international golf players.”
Top three standing players will get a chance to play in the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters Pro-Am, and each will win two free entries to VIP chalet at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters 2020.
Commenting on the matter, Hussein al-Abdulla, Chief Marketing Officer at Commercial Bank, said, “Playing in Commercial Bank Pro-Am tournament with leading professional golfers is a dream for many golf enthusiasts. As we are always looking at ways to provide more playing opportunities for our customers and general public, the introduction of this new pro-am competition is another example of how we are fulfilling that pledge.”
The cost of entry to the pre-qualifier golf competition is QR600 for guests, QR500for Commercial Bank Card Holders and GTG / PTG and Midweek Members, and complimentary for ECGC club members. The fee includes a post-game lunch.
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