Stellar field assembling for AVIV Dubai Championship

 

 

Race to Dubai winners Tommy Fleetwood and Martin Kaymer will join defending champion Antoine Rozner and World Number 27 Paul Casey as a strong international field assembles at the AVIV Dubai Championship, the penultimate event on the 2021 Race to Dubai season.

Rozner finished two strokes clear of compatriot Mike Lorenzo-Vera, Italian Francesco Laporta and English pair Andy Sullivan and Matt Wallace to secure his maiden victory last December, and the Frenchman is hoping to defend his title in style at the Fire course at Jumeirah Golf Estates from November 11-14.

European Ryder Cup Captain Padraig Harrington and Ryder Cup rookie Bernd Wiesberger will also tee it up alongside four-time European Tour winner Wallace, and past Rolex Series winners Min Woo Lee and Rafa Cabrera Bello, the latter recently winning his national open in impressive style earlier this month in Madrid.

Free general admission tickets are available here for spectators to watch some of the world’s best golfers compete to stamp their ticket to the season-ending event.

“It’s always great to be back playing in Dubai and I’m very excited to defend a European Tour title for the first time,” said Rozner.

“Dubai is the perfect destination for golf, especially this time of year when you can enjoy the warm weather and the world-class facilities on offer. We are lucky to be playing back-to-back weeks on two fantastic courses at Jumeirah Golf Estates, so I can’t wait to get back out there.”

Fleetwood, a five-time European Tour winner, added: “I’m excited to tee it up at the AVIV Dubai Championship and to play the Fire course for the first time competitively. We have two quality weeks at Jumeriah Golf Estates to conclude the Race to Dubai, and I have fond memories here from the past couple of years, so I would love to add to those wonderful times with another good week in Dubai.”

Mike Frayne, CEO of Aviv Clinics Dubai, said: “We are delighted to welcome the European Tour players to The Aviv Dubai Championship. We created the Aviv Golf Performance Program to help golfers, professionals or amateurs, to improve their game and extend their careers. It was developed by the Aviv team and Dr. Shai Efrati, Director of Aviv’s Medical Advisory Board using Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy which ignites the self- regenerative capabilities of the body and has been shown to enhance stamina, improve body strength and reduce pain related inflammation.”

The US$1.5 million tournament, preceding the final Rolex Series event of 2021, the DP World Tour Championship which will bring the curtain down on this year’s Race to Dubai on the neighbouring Earth course, is title sponsored by AVIV Clinics, the healthcare partner of DP World, which provides unique, personalised medical programmes to enhance the aging process by improving cognitive and physical performance in healthy aging adults.

The field will also include a number of winners on the 2021 Race to Dubai, while fans attending can enjoy the golf up close alongside a variety of food and beverage offerings in the tournament village and on-course. Pre-registration is required for all free general admission, fans can secure their ticket here.

 

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