Jarmo Sandelin’s final round back-nine birdie-blitz saw him burst through the field and win the 2019 MCB Tour Championship – Mauritius.
The first leg of the golf competition - MCB Tour Championship at Constance Lemuria
Having played across the world, on every continent, at some of the most famous courses in the sport, they thought they had seen it all, but they were stunned by the views.
Twelve months on from the inaugural and ground-breaking Indian Ocean Swing the Staysure Tour’s seasonal finale is back and promising to be better than ever.
The 59-year-old Englishman, a two-time winner of Senior Major Championships in 2012, was at the European Tour’s Wentworth headquarters in May to help announce the Staysure Tour’s new venture into Seychelles.
For 12 months the finest senior golfers from across the world have competed in 21 tournaments across four continents and now they break new ground with the first professional tour event in Seychelles.
Clark Dennis likes lifting trophies in Mauritius. The American, who 12 months ago was crowned the number one golfer on the 2017 Staysure Tour, this year produced a record-equalling performance on the Legends Course at Constance Belle Mare Plage to win the 2018 MCB Tour Championship – Mauritius. READ MORE
First round of the 2018 MCB Tour Championship – Mauritius, part one of the inaugural Staysure Tour’s Indian Open Swing starts today on the Legend course.
The Indian Ocean has always been a popular location for the Staysure Tour’s seasonal finale, but in 2018 the golfers will be treated to an end-of-year like no other at Constance Hotels & Resorts.
Read more to know who is making it to the grand finale in Mauritius and the Seychelles.
A game and a leisurely sport enjoyed all over the world by both players and fans; golf requires good concentration and precision.
In case you missed the 'not-to-be-missed-golf event' of Constance Hotels, here’s a sum-up for you.
Record breaker & exceptional finish sums up the last day of the prestigious golfing week at Constance Belle Mare Plage with Thailand’s Thaworn as the lucky winner!