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AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open

 

AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open

AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open
Tournament information
Location Bel-Ombre, Mauritius
Established 2015
Course(s) Heritage Golf Club
Par 71
Length 7,036 yards (6,434 m)
Tour(s) European Tour
Sunshine Tour
Asian Tour
Format Stroke play – 72 holes
Month played May
Tournament record score
Aggregate 271 George Coetzee (2015)
271 Thorbjørn Olesen (2015)
To par −13 as above
Current champion
George Coetzee
Heritage GC is located in Mauritius
Heritage GC
Location in Mauritius

The AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open is a men's professional golf tournament, co-sanctioned by the European Tour, Sunshine Tour, and Asian Tour. It will begin in 2015 and be played in Bel-Ombre, Mauritius, at Heritage Golf Club.[1]
The tournament is not to be confused for the now-defunct Mauritius Open.

In the second round of the inaugural tournament in 2015, Spain's Javier Colomo made a hole-in-one the par-4 9th hole, the first par four ace in the history of all three co-sanctioning tours. It was his final hole of the day, and he had needed birdie or better to make the cut.[2]

Contents

  • Winners 1
  • Tournament records 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Winners

Year Winner Country Score To par Margin of
victory
Runner-up
2015 George Coetzee  South Africa 271 −13 Playoff Thorbjørn Olesen

Tournament records

Year Player Score Round
2015 Thorbjørn Olesen 65 (−6) 1st
2015 Carlos Pigem 65 (−6) 1st
2015 Wang Jeung-hun 65 (−6) 1st
2015 George Coetzee 65 (−6) 3rd

References

  1. ^ "Magnificent Mauritius Welcomes Three Tours". PGA European Tour. 4 May 2015. 
  2. ^ "Historic Colomo delighted with perfect finish". PGA European Tour. 8 May 2015. 

External links

  • Coverage on the European Tour's official site
  • Coverage on the Asian Tour's official site
  • Coverage on the Sunshine Tour's official site

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