Saudi Arabian Standards Organization

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Saudi Arabian Standards Organization

An organization that oversees development of standards of quality for products, utilities and facilities in Saudi Arabia. It has the authority to enforce the standards it sets. It was founded in 1972. See also: ISO.
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'Yeah, I was nervous,' said Saso, who shot six-under-par in just 14 holes.
Thai Wannasaen Chanattee and Sofia Chabon matched Saso's 70 to seize solo third at 144 and fourth at 145, respectively, but the deficit could be too big to overcome given the form and confidence of the most fancied player in the fold who took a step closer to retaining the crown she won by two of Mikha Fortuna at the Orchard last year.
Paul Lakatos/RandA "Winning in the US is really special," said Saso after closing out with a 67 and beating Jensen Castle of South Carolina by three with a 14-under 266 total at the Keney Park Golf Course in Hartford.
'I'm definitely happy,' added Saso, who is coming off a win in the Girls Junior PGA Championship in Connecticut last week.
Priming herself up for another two-gold romp in the coming SEA Games which the country will be hosting late this year, Saso started well with a birdie on the second hole.
Saso's blistering start also failed to rattle her young Thai flightmate, who hit three birdies to negate a double bogey mishap on No.
After a brief break, the 18-year-old Saso returned in the afternoon and took two of the first five holes against No.
'Winning in the United States is really special,' Saso said in a statement released by the PGA of America.
Saso, a 2018 Asian Games double gold medalist, is the country's top lady golfer.
Emphasis will be on shotmaking and putting with Saso tipped to lead the assault on the well-kept layout making its return as host of the country's premier championship which drew a cast of 94 players, including 31 from Taiwan, six each from Singapore and the US, four from Korea, three each from Australia and Thailand and two from Japan.
Saudi Standards, Metrology and Quality Organization (SASO) employees were recently imparted training in dealing with media to send the right message to clients or consumers.