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Sfeila takes top honours at 20th Golf World Cup

Dubai Creek Golf Club’s Rabih Sfeila took the honours in the 20th edition of the Dubai Duty Free Golf World Cup, which features more than 100 invited guests from all over the globe.
Sfeila scored a total of 80 stableford points from his rounds at The Montgomerie and Dubai Creek courses on successive days last week to take a five-point victory ahead of fellow Creek member Bayar Khan, who was awarded the trophy for best local male performer.
The runner-up in the men’s category was previous champion and ex-Dubai Creek captain Francisco Giles on 74 points, while the second runner-up prize went to David Warren, who also had 74 but lost to Giles on a count-back. The prize for best international male went to James Kfouri, who scored 70 points.
“It has been a wonderful couple of days and I would like to say a huge thank you to Dubai Duty Free for looking after us so well and also to the teams at Dubai Creek and The Montgomerie for all of their efforts. I already cannot wait until next year,” Sfeila said.
In the ladies’ category, the top prize went to another Dubai Creek member in the shape of Naema Maya, who shot two consistent rounds for a total of 66 points and victory by two over Nancy Miller. The latter collected the prize for the best international female performer.
The runner-up prize was awarded to Paula Johnstone with 60 points as Barbara Foley collected the trophy for second runner-up with 57.
The seniors’ category was won by last year’s champion Clark Francis, who scored 70 points to win by one ahead of George Henry. Sandy McPherson was the winner in the super senior division on 64 points.

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