The Aramco Team Series returns to Jeddah in November and two of the world’s best players have confirmed they will be teeing it up at Royal Greens Golf and Country Club in King Abdullah Economic City on 10-12 November.
Charley Hull and Georgia Hall will be appearing at the final leg of golf’s global series and tickets are available for visitors completely free of charge.
Hull is currently ranked number 18 in the world and heads into the final Aramco Team Series event in scintillating form after winning her latest LPGA title at the Ascendant in Texas. Hall will return to a venue where she has had recent success after claiming a stunning five shot victory at the Aramco Saudi Ladies International in March and sits at number 29 in the world rankings.
Hall is thrilled to be returning to Royal Greens Golf and Country Club after March’s success and commented: “I have always loved my previous appearances in Jeddah, and it was extra special to win here in March this year.
“The Aramco Team Series is always such a fun tournament to be a part of and I am excited to be playing the event again for the first time since the London edition. I got close to winning the individual title at Centurion Club until Bronte made that incredible putt on 18, so I am hoping I can go one better this time.
“I can’t wait to tee it up again in Jeddah in a couple of weeks and hope I can replicate the success I had in March.”
Hall will renew that rivalry with Bronte Law in November as the Aramco Team Series London individual winner will also feature and she will be joined by Olivia Cowan, Anne Van Dam, Annabel Dimmock and Marianne Skarpnord, among others.
Kettering-born, Hull, is equally excited to be featuring in the Aramco Team Series again and added: “I have been fortunate to play every Aramco Team Series event this year apart from the one in Spain in August and have loved being a part of them.
“It is always a refreshing change to play these events as it has the combination of team and individual play which is unique and different to the normal tournaments we play. I try to have as much fun as possible when playing the Aramco Team Series events and it will be no different in Jeddah in a couple of weeks.”