Graeme missed the cut at the Royal Greens Golf & Country Club, near Jeddah with rounds of 73 and 73 leaving him off the pace with a score of +6.

Earlier in the week Graeme visited The World Academy in King Abdullah Economic City and treated students to a lesson. Golf Saudi utilises the scheme ‘Starting New at Golf’ certification programme which includes all the basics of golf, helping to teach beginners and build-up their skills.

Graeme said: “It’s exciting to come back to Saudi Arabia, a country that’s investing so much in golf and is constantly trying make the game accessible to kids of all ages. In some countries we visit, golf is part of the culture and in some countries, it’s just not part of the culture at all. Everything Golf Saudi is doing here to try to grow the game in the Kingdom has been impressive and the small part what we play coming here and playing and competing at this great tournament is an important part of that kind of growth in the culture.

“It was a really important victory for me back in 2020. It got me where I want to be in the sport. It’s always great to come back to a place and play where you had good memories. It’s really inspiring.”

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