Muscat: For the third successive year, international automotive manufacturer BMW will be supporting the NBO Golf Classic Grand Final.
The luxury automobile manufacturer, represented by Al Jenaibi International Automobiles, will provide transportation to VIP guests attending at the tournament.
The NBO Golf Classic Grand Final, the season-closing event of the European Challenge Tour, will take place at Almouj Golf, Muscat from November 1 to November 4.
Vinay Piparsania, CEO of Al Jenaibi International Automobiles, said: “We are pleased to partner with the NBO Golf Classic Grand Final for the third year running. The value the tournament brings to the Sultanate is irreplaceable, and we are proud to sponsor it and extend our support to the country’s sports sector.”
“Not only is this occasion a great opportunity for the golfers in Oman to interact with and learn from the top players of the European Challenge Tour, it is also a great platform for the Sultanate to showcase its beauty,” he added.
The NBO Golf Classic Grand Final will see the top 45 international golfing professionals competing to be in the top 15 player rankings who will feature in next year’s tournament.
Trick Shot Boys promote golf
Meanwhile, the Trick Shot Boys on Wednesday begun touring schools across Oman, putting on their world-class entertaining show to promote golf among the Sultanate’s youth, and inspire the next generation of potential golfers.
Geoff Swain and Kevin Carpenter, the Trick Shot Boys, kicked-off the tour at Azzan Bin Qais International School, demonstrating the many comical ways of hitting a golf ball. The young students were delighted to take part in some of the trick shots, which brought cheers from their school friends.
The Trick Shot Boys are scheduled to show-off their skills at Al Sahwa School, Al Seeb International School, The Sultan’s School, and Royal Flight School. They will also be stopping at Ras Al Hamra Golf Club to put on a unique day for young children and families.
National Bank of Oman works closely with Golf Oman, the governing body of golf in Oman, to promote and support junior golf in the Sultanate. Earlier this year they launched Golf Road Show together, an initiative that sees students between the ages of 4 and 18 taught about the benefits of golf through a series of engaging workshops and hands-on lessons.