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United Continents target 4th NMT Battle of the Continents grand final victory

Young Emirati Khalil Kashwani (UAE National Junior Team Player) will also make his first start for Africa and Middle East on January 23rd at the age of thirteen.

Sharjah Golf and Shooting Club is getting ready to host one of the top team event in the golfing calendar with 36 of the best golfers from the 4th NMT Battle of the Continents Qualifiers preparing to do battle on January 23rd. The Battle of the Continents is now in its third year and is growing faster than anyone could imagine. With sponsorship from NMT Global Projects and the 4 qualifying events being a massive success this year promises to be the most exciting one yet. The event played host to players from over 20 different countries making it one of the most international event in amateur golf in the UAE.
The events has hosted more golfers than ever before with the superb prizes up for grabs along with the opportunity to win a BMW car during the Final. This year’s tournament also received a major boost with both UAE Golf Online and Golf Digest Middle East Supporting the event.
Last year’s NMT Battle of the Continent Champions Asia will look to repeat a dominating 3 year stretch, after last year’s win which saw them take victory in the competition by 3 clear points. In the final the 8 qualifiers, and their Captains, will play with 1 representative from each of the 3 other continents in an 18 hole Stableford Matchplay competition. The leading score from the 4 ball will be awarded 4 points for their team and the player with the fewest points from the flight will receive 1 point.  The continent with the most points from the 9 matches will lift the trophy
Live scoring on the course and online through our Facebook page (
will keep the excitement throughout the Grand Final at an all time high. It is now time to see who will take the 4th NMT Battle of the Continent trophy for their respective team.


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