An event at a destination described as providing ‘golf in paradise’ has been added to the Confederation of Professional Golf’s tournament schedule. The LOUIS ROEDERER LE TOUESSROK PRO-AM, over 54 holes, on the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius, will be Confederation of Professional Golf-endorsed on March 22-24, 2012.
As a new, and enviable tournament for the Confederation of Professional Golf’s Pro-Am programme, the event is available to a maximum of 20 teams (1 professional + 3 amateurs) competing over three rounds stableford with the best 2 scores from the team of 4 to count on each hole.
PGA professionals from around Europe and beyond, who have had limited scope for much-needed competition during the harsh winter months, thereby have the chance to greet Spring in enviable style.
The all-embracing format provides an opportunity for all categories with its professional prize fund of €15,000 (based on a minimum of 15 teams entering) along with handicap events for both men and women amateurs offering ‘fantastic prizes.
The full programme is:
Tuesday 20th March – Arrival and registration
Wednesday 21st March – Official practice round and welcome cocktails
Thursday 22nd March – First tournament round
Friday 23rd March – Second Tournament round
Saturday 24th March – Final round and gala dinner
Sunday 25th March – Day of Leisure and departures.
When Colin Mongomerie played there he described Le Touessrok as ‘truly spectacular’ and a ‘must play’ destination. Its arrival as a Confederation of Professional Golf destination enhances a schedule that already includes events in Turkey (two), Bulgaria, Greece, Portugal and Spain.
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