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After a two-year absence, the DP World Tour is heading back Mauritius.

With no tournament in 2020 or 2021 due to Covid-19 rules, the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open is hotly anticipated this year.

A fixture on the calendar since 2015, its pandemic-enforced hiatus aside, the event has had some big-name winners including Rasmus Hojagard, Kurt Kitayama and Dylan Frittelli.

It was also the scene of a piece of golf history in its first year when Javier Colomo, on the ninth and needing a birdie or better to make the cut, made the first par-4 hole-in-one in DP World Tour history.

This year the tournament will be held at Mont Choisy in the north of the island, the first time the course has been the venue.

Keep reading for everything you need to know…

AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open details

Course: Mont Choisy Le Golf

Course stats: 7,050 yards, par 72

Defending champion: Rasmus Hojgaard (2019, not in field)

Purse: $1,000,000

AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open betting tips

Here’s how the favourites stack up…

Thomas Detry 13/2

Dean Burmester 13/2

Antoine Rozner 16/1

Laurie Canter 18/1

Oliver Bekker 18/1

Renato Paratore 28/1

Julien Brun 33/1

Tom McKibbin 33/1

Louis De Jager 35/1

Ryo Hisatsune 35/1

The bunkered Bet

Nathan Kimsey (40/1): DP World Tour newcomers have done well in the first few events of this season. Another one to watch is Kimsey, who topped the Challenge Tour rankings and is a good bet to break his top-level duck.

Odds published in the week of the tournament. Always gamble responsibly.

AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open: How to watch on TV

As usual Sky Sports will provide coverage in the UK on Sky Sports Golf, starting at 8.30am on Thursday and Friday and 8am on Saturday and Sunday.

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