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The European Tour heads to the idyllic island of Mauritius and the Ernie Els designed Anahita Golf Course that opened for play in 2008 and is situated within a 530-acre property on the east coast of Mauritius, between the hills and the Indian Ocean.
Six of the holes run along the oceanfront, with the final three fairways hugging the rugged coastline back to the clubhouse. The land was originally a sugar plantation and Els has managed to incorporate some old dry-stone walls and a links like stream.
One of the strengths of this golf course is we were able to maximize the visual impact of the surrounding scenery, but at the same time preserve the coastline's natural beauty,” commented Ernie. “The hole routings move in and out of the trees, along the water, and back, giving players great variety and magnificent views of the ocean.
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My tips to Win:
Five Top 25 finishes from his last seven starts see this week’s defending champion Dylan Frittelli 10/1 – with Ladbrokes – in great form coming back to Mauritius to defend his title – although not on the course where he won. Dylan’s last event was the DP World Tour Championship and a seventh-place finish firing two final rounds of 66 should see him in buoyant mood this week.
This will be Jordan Smith 16/1 – with SportingBet – first outing of the new wraparound season on the European Tour – Smith had seven Top 25 finishes two of which were Top 3s places last season. Jordan won his maiden European Tour victory last year at the Porsche European Open and with three Top 25s from his last four starts he will want to get off to a quick start on the new season.
Past champion of this event George Coetzee 25/1 – with SportingBet – obviously enjoys teeing it up in Mauritius as he also has another Top 10 from his three starts in the event. George did have a win last season on the European Tour and three other Top 10s, but I am sure he feels that he should have added to his win tally and I believe he will want to get this season off to a sharp start and will be in the thick of it this week.
I did tip Nicolas Colsaerts 30/1 – with Bet365 – in this event a couple of years ago when it was held on a very windy Beau Champs course and a Top 3 at 33/1 was a good return. As I said at the time Nicolas always seems to be on the verge of getting back to his best only to then miss a few cuts. But a few solid performances over the last couple of weeks in Turkey and at the weekends Hong Kong Open, should see him looking forward to this week.
The last time the event was held at the Beau Champs course Jeunghun Wang 33/1 – with Bet365 – put together four solid rounds in the wind to take the title. Jeunghun hasn’t really challenged in an event since the early part of this year, but being back here and those positive memories are just what he needs right now.
Three starts, two Top 10s and an eighteenth-place finish shows Oliver Bekker 90/1 – with SportingBet – is another player who enjoys teeing it up at the Mauritius Open. Oliver didn’t gain his card at tour school and he will want to make the most of his start this week to try and gain more exemptions.
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