AMMAN — Jordan’s young golfer Shergo Kurdi has been given the massive opportunity to play alongside some of the world’s best players at the Qatar Masters later this month, according to the Jordan Olympic Committee News Service.
The budding 13-year-old has been working hard on his technique through the winter months, and is targeting a big 2018 as he bids to climb the world’s amateur rankings.
And now he has been given an incredible chance to shine in the sport’s global spotlight, by taking part in the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters from February 22-25.
“I am so happy to receive this invitation and I would like to thank everyone involved at the Qatar Masters for the opportunity to play at this wonderful tournament,” said Kurdi.
As part of the European Tour, the Qatar Masters attracts some of the world’s best golfers, with previous winners including Sergio Garcia, Adam Scott and Ernie Els.