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Date for the diary: Presentation Dinner-Dance - Thursday May 21st
To close the season, the Presentation Dinner Dance at the Bapco Club is the place to be. An evening of fun and food, as well as the award of the Club's most prestigious trophies.

Show your support for the huge efforts of the Committee and helpers throughout the season, and prove again why you failed the audition for Strictly. See last year's photos.

Welcome drinks 7:30pm. Dress: Black/Tie or National Dress. BD20 tickets from Clubhouse, table plan on notice board.
Welcome to Awali Golf Club, Bahrain  

AGC: where having fun is the priority, relaxation the reason and playing golf the means. Play as a Member or as a visitor (only BD8.500 to access the course for a day) and we welcome players of any ability (we have a resident Professional to help you improve). AGC is located east of Awali village, about 30 minutes drive from Manama (the capital of Bahrain).

The 6309 yard par-70 desert course of rock fairways and sand/oil greens, Clubhouse and all other facilities are maintained by Bapco as a recreational outlet for its employees, with Associate-Guest membership available for others.

AGC is truly one for its members, run by the magnanimous voluntary efforts of our Committee and helpers, prospering due to the commitment of our major sponsor Bapco, the generosity of our other Sponsors and the dedication of our staff.

Surprisingly, the Clubhouse and terrace often lacks polite banter and genteel behaviour, especially at competition prize-givings. If we had a motto, perhaps it would be "AGC - for golfers who wish to play, rather than be seen to play: check your ego at the door".
52nd Bahrain Open & 27th Bahrain Ladies Open (held in March 2015)More ...

It is not only the Club's 77th anniversary in 2015, but is the year in which we held (Friday/Saturday March 13th/14th) the 52nd occasion of our most prestigious competition - the Bahrain Open Championship.

The Bahrain Open started from small beginnings in 1964 and was the first Open Championship for individual players in the Gulf region.

The Championship has continued over the years with competitors from Bahrain and many other international locations (see the history, a summary of previous prize-winners, report and photos from the 52nd Open Day 1 & Day 2). Nasser Yacoub became the Bahrain Open winner for the sixth time this season, 19 years after his first Open Championship win in 1996. The hole-by-hole scores (all players) are here.

The beginning of March 2015 also witnessed the 27th outing of the Bahrain Ladies Open Championship competition. The Ladies Open commenced in 1987 (see the history and a summary of all previous prize winners).
   The Championship was won by AGC's Lynn St Lawrence who commented that her success was due to having great playing partners and a fun time, treating the event just like any other weekend competition.
   See the report, and photos for Day 1 & Day 2.

AGC's 2014/15 season (1st August 2014 - 31st July 2015)More ...

We believe our current site became fully operational during 1938, and so we enter the year of our 77th anniversary in 2015. As an example of the Club's long history, we have records of the winners of our most impressive trophy, the Kingsbury Cup, all the way back to the 1938/39 season.

Within this season's calendar we have the usual busy year of main competitions, together with some accompanying social/other events, providing everybody with a chance to wack a golf-ball, no matter how good or bad you are. This season also sees a once-monthly (on a Saturday) competition for non-handicappers, intended to help beginners gain more experience. May be even competence.
All the news etc - latest 25th Apr 2015
Ali Musbah wins Hisham Cup
All the news
 Latest Comp:
    Hisham Cup Report
 Latest Social: A&E Day-Night Report
 Clemitson McGregor rankings Comps
 Match-play results Hole-in-ones
 Dinner-Dance Report
Next Competition
Fri 1st May AMH Consolation Cup
& Cup-winners Cup
MasterScoreboard (start sheet)
Competition details
Start time change request
American Mission Hospital return to AGC again this season as sponsors of the Consolation & Cup-winners Cup.
    Ahhhh! So you never managed to be the outright winner of a competition or a match-play final. Well this is the competition for you to try once more, so as to have the pleasure of winning the Consolation Cup. The trophy, the Consolation Bowl was presented by Bill Moody and was first played for in 1961, during his tenure as President: so the winner is actually winning the "Moody Cup". All handicapped members may sign-up: those that did win a competition are eligible for the Cup-winners Cup. The format is 18-holes stroke-play.
Main Events
Non-handicapper & Social Events
NextClinic with Professional9:15am Tue 28th Apr
NextWednesday Wackers9am Wed 29th Apr
NextNon-Handicappers Comp8am Sat 9th May
NextBall-Sweep3pm Sat 16th May
   Sponsors (2014/15)
See all current competition sponsors (details)