Wednesday, 18 December 2013

@thetrackmeydan Alhemoud Retains Ladies Open Title With 'Complete Performance'

14-year-old Julia Alhemoud retained The Track's Ladies Open title in style this week.

In one of the most extraordinary displays ever seen at Meydan's golf course, the prodigious Kuwaiti shot an even par 72 which included an impressive hole-in-one on the 6th.
A front nine of 35 and a back nine of 37 ensured she won the course's top ladies event for a second successive time. Lifting the trophy at Meydan's clubhouse, QUBE Sports Bar, she said:
"I am delighted to have won. I played some of my best golf and everything seemed to come together at the right time. The competition was tough once again, but I just concentrated on my game and it was enough.
On the hole-in-one, she said: "That was my very first hole-in-one and I was very pleased to have got it - they don't come around very often."
Alhemoud dominated the prize giving, winning the trophy and the winner's prize, a Yes Putter. She also won the Nearest the Pin competition with her hole-in-one on the 6th, and also the Longest Drive competition on the 9th.
Head Golf Professional at The Track, Thomas Rourke, said: "It's about as complete a performance as I've ever seen here. She is a real talent. Congratulations to her, she thoroughly deserves it."
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