Global English star Laura Davis has confirmed her participation in the historic week of golf tournaments in the Kingdom, where she joined a large list of international stars who had confirmed their participation earlier in the upcoming event, which will be held in King Abdullah Economic City on the Red Sea coast.Davis, the winner of four major tournaments, will be present at the “Royal Greens” golf course and club in King Abdullah Economic City, in an attempt to achieve her 86th title in her professional golf career, during which she was able to win the European Tour Women’s Golf Award as the best player 7 times, and represented the European team 12 times in Solheim Cup.
The player, who is considered one of the most famous golfers, will have two chances to break her records in the number of wins, as the Saudi Aramco Women’s Golf Championships presented by the Public Investment Fund, with prizes of one million dollars, and the Saudi Women International Team Championship with prizes worth $ 500,000.
“The Saudi Aramco Women’s Golf Championship presented by the Public Investment Fund will be a special moment, as it will enable us to bring the sport we love to a new audience in a way that I believe will illuminate the path for women and athletes inside and outside Saudi Arabia,” Davis said. The two golf tournaments that we will participate in in the Kingdom will support women’s sport, and are a great moral boost for all players after this year’s events, and we are going women’s golf to new frontiers, in terms of inspiring women to try this sport, and by helping the European Round of Women’s Golf calendar grow. So I’m excited to be participating in this tournament – and on the ground of a stadium that looks so amazing. ”
The organizer – Saudi Golf – announced the rest of the international golf stars who will be in the Kingdom to participate in the two championships. The list also included the Swedish winner of two major tournaments “Anna Nordvest” and her fellow promising player “Julia Ingström”, the 19-year-old, who won the European Tour of Women’s Golf Award as the best rising player in 2018, and the winner of two titles this year (NSW Women’s Championship – March 2020, and at the Lacoste Women’s Open in France), where she succeeded in the Lacoste Championship by scoring a one-shot hole.