The Kingdom’s golf enthusiasts have marked their calendars for the 2nd Charity Golf Tournament organised by the Ecoled’ Hotellerieet de Tourisme Paul Dubrule (EHT Paul Dubrule).

The tournament will kick off with a shotgun start at 8:30am on May 6, at Phokeethra Country Club in Siem Reap.

“We are delighted to hold this event for a second year, in line with the values of our school and to promote physical health,” said Francois Schnoebelen, director of EHT Paul Dubrule, an NGO and hospitality and tourism training school.

The tournament brings together golf enthusiasts from around the world for a day of fun and networking, while supporting a good cause.

The exciting event not only offers them the chance to show off their skills on the green, but also supports the cause.

The tournament offers participants the opportunity to support the education and development of vulnerable Cambodian youth, with a fee of $90 per player, although additional donations are welcome.

A shotgun start mean groups of players will be teeing off simultaneously from different holes on the course. They will all finish in roughly the same amount of time. The event will employ the Stableford scoring system, which also speeds up the pace of play, as players have a limited number of strokes to score a point. Once they are unable to score, they can simply pick up their ball and proceed to the next hole.

“All profits will be donated to the school. Each donation is valuable, as they allow us to allocate as many scholarships as possible to young Cambodians to learn hospitality and tourism skills,” said Schnoebelen.

The tournament has received generous support from sponsors, which means participants can look forward to thrilling prizes.

Nights at luxurious hotels, opportunities to dine at some of the Kingdom’s finest restaurants, and high-end golf equipment are just some of the exciting items up for grabs.

“This year’s Charity Golf Tournament promises to be a wonderful day on the green for a great cause. So, whether you’re a seasoned pro or just starting out, don’t miss your chance to be a part of it,” he said