Dubai Corporate Golf World Cup (DCGWC) 2017 is the world final of the Global Enterprise Connect (GEC) Open golf tournament – a culmination of 29 golf rounds played across 18 countries amongst 2400+ CXO’s under the aegis of 800+ global organisations

Dubai Corporate Golf World Cup Grad Final – 2017, which schedule in recently open fantastic world-class, the Championship-style Dubai’s most luxurious golf course, Trump International & World’s one of the top 100 and UAE’s best Majlis – Emirates Golf course UAE on 13th December & 14th December 2017 over two days. DCGWC aims to create an economic networking platform for top corporate executives around the world forging everlasting relationships. GEC brings together leading global organisations and executives on a common platform through golf. GEC works to improve the lives of others through charitable causes while growing the bond & strength of business between corporate leaders.

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Trump International Golf Club, Dubai is a world-class golf course, exceeding all expectations. The 7,300-yard, par 71 course is located just ten minutes from Sheikh Zayed Road and sits at the heart of the 42 million square foot Damac Hills master development. World-renowned and 2016 Olympic golf course architect, Gil Hanse, was appointed to design the spectacular 18-hole golf course.

Emirates Golf Club, host of the European Tour sanctioned Omega Dubai Desert Classic and Omega Dubai Ladies Masters was the first all-grass championship golf course in the Middle East when it opened in 1988. The Majlis Course has been presented with numerous accolades over its 28-year history, including its 2016-17 ranking by Golf World magazine as one of the ‘Top 100 Golf Courses in the World’ and being awarded ‘Best Course the Middle East’ in the Asian Golf Monthly Awards in 2015. Emirates Golf Club was the first golf club in the MENA region to receive GEO Certification.

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Thailand Winners: Samran Tiwalai | Yukol Yingyongkij | Puttida Thongphen | India Winners: Anmol Puri (Delhi NCR), Naveen Wahi (Prestige Masters Bengaluru), Hassanali Bulsara (Mumbai) | Egypt Winners: David Guerrini, Khaled Khorshid , Lee Jung | Indonesia Winners: I Putu Srimawan, Made Subyukta, Caroline Selins | Mauritius Winners: Christophe Callaou | Paul Ferreira | Ishtiaq Hajee Adam | Abu Dhabi winners: Blanca Rivollier |Alain Rivollier | Alberta Lagorio-Serra | Kevin Moore | Mike Parks | Ping Li South Africa Winners: Freddy Greaver| Donald Khuse | Busi Kubayi | Botswana winners: Tumelo Silekane (40 points), Coram Mushuta (43 pts) and Kate Senye (37 pts) | Nepal winners: Surendra Phuyal and Prithvi Malla | GEC Open 2017 India ropes in Indigo as Airlines Partner | Ghana Winners: George Amoah, Samuel Koranteng and Elizabeth Aku Yabah | Turkey Winners: Serhan Çökelek, Ali Fidanboy and Nursel Çökelek | Azerbaijan Winners: Yerlan Duissenbin, Eldar Kerimov and Susan Drummond | Global Leaderboard Top- 10 | 1 KORANTENG, Samuel 46 Points | T2 MIMIS, Benigno 45 | T2 KUSI-TIEKU, Joseph 45 | 4 AMOAH, George 43 | T5 ERYÜKSEL, SERHAN 42 | T5 DUISSENBIN, Yerlan 42 | T7 SARKYTBAYEV, Baurzhan 40 | T7 APAU-OPONG, chris 40 | T7 KERIMOV, Eldar 40 | T7 KOOMSON, Elizabeth 40 | T7 NEİDL, JURGEN 40 | T7 ÇÖKELEK, NURSEL 40 |