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Finally, some certainty in this uncertain time. The Ladies European Tour is set for back-to-back events in the Middle East next month after Saudi Arabia’s trailblazing women’s event was not only locked into the calendar but surprisingly expanded with a $500,000 teams event tagged onto the end of the inaugural $1 million Aramco Saudi Ladies International. Wales’ Amy Boulden hails the Saudi Golf Federation double-header and we talk to 2019 Women’s British Open champion Georgia Hall ahead of the Nov. 4-6 OMEGA Dubai Moonlight Classic at Emirates Golf Club. We’ve got the relaunch of the European over 50s circuit and its UAE plans covered in an extensive interview with new Legends Tour head Mark Aspland and enlist Aussie PGA pro cum Tower Links GM Simon Payne to help you tame the toughest hole at the Ras Al Khaimah club. Talking about attacking Par 5s…let Jon Rahm show you how to get more birdie looks on the gettable holes in our cover feature. Back to Ras Al Khaimah, we have news of a big new junior event at Al Hamra Golf Club and talk to Yasin Ali, the JA The Resort/Leadbetter Academy Dubai coach on the bright future ahead of 13-year-old Jordanian Mousa Shana’ah. We cover off the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open, the impact of Bryson DeChambeau’s runaway victory at the U.S. Open and head to Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club and the Track, Meydan Golf for tips on driving and tricky lies with Euan Bowden and Ian Brennan respectively. There’s also game improvement gems from Tiger Woods, Butch Harmon and Michael Breed and a great feature on how to handle the good shots you hit that end up in bad lies. All this and much more in the October 2020 edition of Golf Digest Middle East.

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