Bab Al Qasr Hotel hosts golf star in Abu Dhabi

PGA golf professional Mark Stevenson was in Abu Dhabi ahead of a friendly match

Mark Stevenson.
Mark Stevenson.

Bab Al Qasr Hotel in Abu Dhabi hosted PGA golf professional Mark Stevenson ahead of a friendly golf match.

Stevenson — who has been a professional golfer since the age of 16 — is a Class A teaching professional, a qualifier for international professional championships and a champion in various golf tournaments around the globe.

In regards to his stay at the hotel, Stevenson said: “What makes Bab Al Qasr special is it has achieved the perfect balance of being in the centre of the city action while also maintaining exclusivity by being positioned in a corner next to Emirates Palace. I look forward to returning to Abu Dhabi that is one of the best locations to play golf due to its three courses that offer completely diverse playing fields.”

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Stevenson is an honorary member at the Saadiyat Beach Golf Club at Abu Dhabi.

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