Seashore Group has recently entered a partnership agreement with Education City Golf Club (ECGC) to engage the local community in healthy golf activities. 

Two key initiatives of the partnership are the development of golf programmes – for the youth and lady golfers – while focusing on family unity and connection through sports.

Participation in golf is associated with a wide range of benefits – physical, emotional, social and cognitive – that can last well into adulthood; golf can be played for life. Developing an appreciation for the game at a young age is important and the aim is to build an early commitment from young people in Qatar to play golf.

Seashore will also introduce over 100 women to golf in the private coaching area at Education City Golf Club, to encourage healthy participation of women in sports and to develop the country’s community of women golfers.

The programme will also include a family open day at the club to keep the community spirit high through golf activities.

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Seashore Qatar Chairman Salam Al Mohannadi (left) and ECGC General Manager Michael Braidwood

Speaking on behalf of Seashore Group, Chairman Salam Al Mohannadi said that part of their CSR strategy and commitment is to develop women and youth in sports. He said that it will benefit the community if they start with low-impact outdoor sports that can be played into adulthood.

Education City Golf Club General Manager Michael Braidwood meanwhile, said that their commitment to developing golf amongst the youth and women has been a priority from the start. He said that the golf programmes they have developed are designed to encourage new golfers and help them quickly progress to playing on a golf course.

We are grateful to Seashore for their support and commitment to helping develop the sport of golf here in Qatar.

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