Aramco Team Series

It’s A Wrap! Aramco Team Series comes to a close in Jiddah

Chiara Norja of German takes individual honors; Team Garcia snares team title.

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The final tournament of the Aramco Team Series completed at the Royal Greens Golf & Country Club in Jiddah, with both the individual and teams matches ending in playoffs, with an additional round on the 18th hole. 

Sixteen-year-old Chiara Noja of Germany secured her victory over England’s Charley Hull, sinking a birdie to clinch her first-ever Ladies European Tour title. And Team Garcia — comprised of Nicole Garcia and Casandra Alexander of South Africa, Czechia’s Tereza Melecka, and Moroccan amateur Sonia Bayahya — defeated Team Wolf, which included Austria’s Christine Wolf, Scotland’s Laura Beveridge, Alexandra Swayne of the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Saudi amateur Raghdah Alessawi


Nabil A. Al-Nuaim, Aramco’s vice president of Digital Transformation, said, “The 2022 Aramco Team Series events have been nothing short of spectacular.” 


Aramco is proud to invest in inclusive initiatives for people from diverse backgrounds, attracting talented individuals and allowing them to succeed and achieve their goals.
— Nabil A. Al-Nuaim


The Aramco Team Series is unique for its team format in which each team consists of three professional players and one amateur. This year, the tournament was held in five cities: Bangkok on May 12-14, London on June 16-18, Sotogrande, Spain on Aug. 18-20, New York on Oct. 13-15, and Jiddah on Nov. 10-12. 


Historically, Aramco played a major role in introducing golf to the Kingdom. The sport represents hard work, integrity, and respect, which align with the core values of the company. 


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