The Moroccan duo, Othman Rouzi and Sufyan Dahman, and the Qatari, Saleh Al Kaabi, achieved positive results that led Arab participation towards excellence in the Saudi Open Golf Championship. On the other hand, Thai players Dinwit Boribonsop and Phachara Khongwatmai shared the lead with Todd Sinnott with eight players in the competitions held at the Riyadh Golf Club. Swedish golf star Henrik Stenson put himself in the competition and was only three strokes back.
The Arab Golf Federation, which has a strategic partnership with Saudi Golf in this tournament, has invited 12 players from Arab countries to compete in Riyadh this week as part of their efforts to develop the sport in the region.
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