MENA Golf Tour Facts and Figures

First played - 2011
2011 – Four events, all in the UAE
2012 – Six events, one in Saudi Arabia and four in five in the UAE
2013 – Ten events, two in Morocco, five in the UAE and one each in Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Oman
2014 – Nine events, two in Morocco, six in the UAE and one in Oman
2015 – Eleven events, two in Morocco, six in the UAE, two in Oman and one in Saudi Arabia.
2016 - Sixteen events, one in Spain, in addition to Q-school, two in Morocco, two in Thailand, three in South Africa, five in UAE, two in Oman and one in Kuwait
Since 2011, the tour has seen 46 different winners from 19 countries with English players winning 31 of the 65 tournaments . Ahmed Marjan of Morocco created history in 2014, becoming the first golfer from the MENA region to win a tour event, a feat he achieved at the Ras Al Khaimah Classic. India's Rayhan Thomas (2016 Dubai Creek Open) and Pierre Junior Verlaar of the Netherlands (2017 Royal Golf Mohammedia Open ) are the only two amateurs to have won a MENA Golf Tour event .
The MENA Tour Qualifying School was introduced for the first time in 2016, a year which also saw the Governing Board of the Official World Golf Ranking (OWGR) award the ranking status to the tour members, the rankings coming into effect at the 2016 Ras Al Khaimah Classic.

In 2017, the tour oganised its first 72-hole tournament -- the Pattana Golf Championship in Thailand -- that, however, was reduced to 36 holes due to heavy rains.
Youngest winner:
Rayhan Thomas (India) - 16 years, 9 months, 24 days at 2016 Dubai Creek Open at Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club
Oldest winner:
Stephen Dodd (Wales) - 46 years, 3 months, 9 days at 2012 Shaikh Maktoum Dubai Open
Most wins:
10 – Zane Scotland (England)
Consecutive wins:
Three – Zane Scotland (England)
Multiple winners:
Zane Scotland (England) – 10
Lee Corfield (England) – Four
Stephen Dodd (Wales) – Three
Luke Joy (England) – Two
Ross McGowan (England) - Two
Jake Shepherd (England) - Two
Andrew Marshall (England) - Two
Craig Hinton (England) - Two
Most runner-up finishes:
Four - Zane Scotland (England), Craig Hinton (England), Luke Joy (England). Three - Faycal Serghini (Morocco). Two - Rayhan Thomas (India-AM)
Lowest 18-hole score:
62 (nine-under) - Joshua White (England) – 2014 GOLF CITIZEN Masters Al Ain
62 (eight under) - Joe Heraty (England) - 2016 Sahara Kuwait Championship
62 (eight-under) - Matias Calderon (-Amateur - Chile) - 2016 Sahara Kuwait Championship
Lowest 36-hole score:
13-under par - William Harrold (England) and Stephen Dodd (Wales) - 2012 Mena Tour Championship
Joshua White (England) – 2014 GOLF CITIZEN Masters Al Ain
Scott Campbell (England) - 2015 Mena Tour Championship
Lowest winning score:
196 (17-under par) - William Harrold (England) - 2012 Mena Tour Championship; Lionel Weber (France) - 2017 Mountain Creek Open by Golf Citizen
Lowest final round by a winner:
63 - Fredrik From (Sweden) - 2017 Pattana Golf Championship
Wire-to-wire-winners:
Fourteen:
Peter Richardson (England) - 2011 Shaikh Maktoum Dubai Open
Zane Scotland (England) - 2012 Dubai Creek Open
Mohammed Munir (Pakistan) - 2012 Ras Al Khaimah Classic
Zane Scotland (England) – 2013 Royal Golf Dar Es Salam Open
Stephen Dodd (Wales) – 2013 Royal D’Anfa Open
Joshua White (England) – 2014 Royal D’Anfa Open
Lee Corfield (England) – 2014 MENA Tour Championship
Clarke Lutton (Scotland) - 2015 Golf Citizen Classic
Christofer Blomstrand (Sweden) - 2015 Muscat Hills Golf Championship
Antonio Costa (Chile) - 2016 MahaSamutr Masters
Bryandrew Roelofsz (South Africa) - 2016 South to East Challenge (South Africa)
Riekus Nortje (South Africa) - 2016 The Roar (South Africa)
Craig Hinton (England) - 2016 Ascorp Golf Citizen Abu Dhabi Open
Lionel Weber (England) - 2017 Mountain Creek Open by Golf Citizen
Largest 18-hole lead:
Five shots:
Zane Scotland (England) - 2013 Royal Golf Dar Es Salam Open
Largest 36-hole lead:
Six shots:
Antonio Costa (Chile) - 2016 MahaSamutr Masters
Biggest final round comeback by a winner:
Six shots:
Ross Canavan (England) - 2011 Ras Al Khaimah Classic
Ross McGowan (England) - 2015 Royal Golf Dar Es Salam Open
Largest winning margin:
Seven shots:
Lionel Weber (France) - 2017 Mountain Creek Open by Golf Citizen
Lowest opening round by a champion:
62 – Joe Heraty (England) - 2016 Sahara Kuwait Championship
Best finish by an amateur:
First - Rayhan Thomas (India) - 2016 Dubai Creek Open; Pierre Junior Verlaar (Netherlands) - 2017 Royal Golf Mohammedia Open
Play-offs:
Sixteen:
2011 MENA Golf Championship - Jake Shepherd (England) beat Sean McNamara (USA)
2012 Amex Dirab Golf Championship - Shafiq Masih (Pakistan) def. Craig Smith (Wales),
2013 Royal D’Anfa Open - Stephen Dodd (Wales) def. Zane Scotland (England) and Ian Keenan (England)
2013 Ghala Valley Open Open Oman - Sandro Piaget (Monaco) def. Joshua White (England)
2013 MENA Tour Championship – Lee Corfield (England) def. Faycal Serghini (Morocco)
2014 Dubai Creek Open – Luke Joy (England) def. Trevor Marshall (New Zealand)
2014 GOLF CITIZEN Masters Al Ain – Zane Scotland (England) def. Joshua White (England)
2015 Dubai Creek Open - Jake Shepherd (England) def. Rayhan Thomas (India-AM) and Florian Praegant (Austria)
2015 Ascorp Abu Dhabi Golf Citizen Open - Gary King (England) def. James Allan (England-AM)
2015 American Express Dirab Golf Championship - Gabriel Canizares (Spain) def. Craig Hinton (England)
2016 Ras Al Khaimah Classic - Zane Scotland (England) def. Craig Hinton (England), Miles Tunnicliff (England)
2016 Dubai Creek Open - Rayhan Thomas (India) def. Luke Joy (England)
2016 Shaikh Maktoum Dubai Open - Andrew Marshall (England) def. Adam Sagar (England)
2016 Golf Citizen Classic -- Carlos Balmaseda (Spain) def. Luke Joy (England)
2017 Palmeraie Country Club Casablanca Open - Leo Lilja (Spain) def. Luke Joy (England) on sixth extra hole
2017 MahaSamutr Masters - Jazz Janewattananond (Thailand) def.Varanyu Rattanaphaibulkij (Thailand)
Holes-in-one:
Sixteen:
Craig Smith (Wales), 16th hole, Round 3, 2012 Ras Al Khaimah Classic
Greg Nicholson (Scotland), 6th hole, Round 2, 2011 Abu Dhabi GOLF CITIZEN Open.
Zane Scotland (England), 3rd hole, Round 1, 2013 Shaikh Maktoum Dubai Open
Ross Hopwood (AM-England), 15th hole, Round 2, 2013 Shaikh Maktoum Dubai Open
Ben Russell (England), 8th hole, Round 1, 2014 Royal D’Anfa Open
Toni Ferrer (Spain), 16th hole, Round 1, 2014 Dubai Creek Open
Daniel Kay (Scotland) – 2nd hole, Round 2, 2014 Ghala Valley Open
Kalle Nilsson (Sweden) - 12th hole, Round 1, 2016 Mountain Creek Open
Luke Joy (England) - 8th hole, Round 3, 2016 Mountain Creek Open
Dwayne Basson (South Africa), 15th hole, Round 3, 2016 South to East Challenge (South Africa)
Ryan Laird (Australia), 17th hole, Round 2, 2016 Golf Citizen Classic (Els Club)
Sam Hobday (Amateur- England), 14th hole, Round 1, 2016 Sahara Kuwait Championship
Michael Dreyer (South Africa), 5th hole, Round 1, 2016 Ghala Open
Charles Tortuyaux (France), 13th hole, Round 1, 2017 MENA Tour Qualifying School, El Jadida (Morocco)
Lee Corfield (England), 11th hole, Round 2, 2017 Royal Golf Mohammedia Open
Craig Kieswetter (England), 15th hole, Round2, 2017 MahaSamutr Masters
Albatrosses:
One:
Channane Addelali, (Morocco) 5th hole, 2013 Royal Golf D’Anfa
Lowest cut:
72 (level par) - 2017 Pattana Golf Championship (the tournament was reduced to 36 holes because of rain and the cut was made after the first round) and 2017 The Roar, a co-sanctioned event with the Sunshine Big Easy Tour
Highest cut:
169 (23-over par), 2013 Royal Golf Dar Es Salam Open
Order of Merit Winners
Professional:
2011 - Jake Shepherd (England)
2012 - Stephen Dodd (Wales)
2013 – Zane Scotland (England)
2014 - Joshua White (England)
2015 - Thriston Lawrence (South Africa)
2016 - Craig Hinton (England)

Amateur:
2011 – Ahmed Marjan (Morocco)
2012 – Max Williams (England)
2013 - Mustapha El Maouas (Morocco)
2014 – James Allan (England)
2015 - James Allan (England)
2016 - Rayhan Thomas (India)
Roll of honour
2011

Zane Scotland (England) – The Abu Dhabi GOLF CITIZEN Open Championship. Leading amateur: Ahmed Marjan (Morocco)
Ross Canavan – (England) – The Ras Al Khaimah Classic. Leading amateur: Ahmed Marjan (Morocco)
Peter Richardson (England) – The Shaikh Maktoum Dubai Open. Leading amateur: Ahmed Al Musharrekh (UAE)
Jake Shepherd (England) – The MENA Tour Championship. Leading amateur: Michael Harradine (Switzerland)

2012

Zane Scotland (England) – The Dubai Creek Open. Leading amateur: Max Williams (England)
Ross McGowan (England) – The Abu Dhabi GOLF CITIZEN Open. Leading amateur: Tyler Hogarty (South Africa)
Shafiq Masih (Pakistan) – American Express Dirab Golf Championship. Leading amateur: Amine El Malki (Morocco)
Mohammad Munir (Pakistan) – The Ras Al Khaimah Classic. Leading amateur: Tyler Hogarty (South Africa)
Stephen Dodd (Wales) – The Shaikh Maktoum Dubai Open. Leading amateur: Max Williams (England)
William Harrold (England) – The MENA Tour Championship. Leading amateur: Max Williams (England)

2013

Zane Scotland (England) – The Royal Golf Dar Es Salam Open. Leading amateur: Ahmed Marjan (Morocco)
Stephen Dodd (Wales) – The Royal D’Anfa Open, Mohammedia. Leading amateur: Ahmed Marjan (Morocco)
Zane Scotland (England) – The Dubai Creek Open. Leading amateur: Max Williams (England)
Tommy Mou (US) – The American Express Dirab Golf Championship. Leading amateur: Michael Harradine (Switzerland)
Zane Scotland (England) – The Shaikh Maktoum Dubai Open. Leading amateur: James Allan (England)
Zane Scotland (England) – The Ras Al Khaimah Classic. Leading amateur: James Yeomans (England)
Stephen Dodd (Wales) – The Abu Dhabi GOLF CITIZEN Open. Leading amateur: James Allan (England)
Lee Corfield (England) – The Qatar Classic. Leading amateur: Jakub Hrinda (Slovakia)
Sandro Piaget (Monaco) – The Ghala Valley Open, Oman. Leading amateur: Michael Harradine (Switzerland)
Lee Corfiled (England) – The MENA Tour Championship. Leading amateur: James Allan (England)

2014

Joshua White (England) – The Royal Golf D’Anfa Open. Leading amateur: James Allan (England)
Edouard Espana (France) – The Royal Golf Dar Es Salam Open. Leading amateur: James Yeomans (England)
Luke Joy (England) – The Dubai Creek Open. Leading amateur: Craig Vance (England)
Cyril Suk (Czech Republic) – The Shaikh Maktoum Dubai Open. Leading amateur: James Allan (England)
Luke Joy (England) - The Ascorp GOLF CITIZEN Abu Dhabi Open. Leading amateur: Elliott Oxlade (England) and Daniel Kay (Scotland)
Ahmed Marjan (Morocco) – The Ras Al Khaimah Classic. Leading amateur: Daniel Kay (Scotland)
Zane Scotland (England) – The Ghala Valley Open. Leading amateur: James Yeomans (England) and Daniel Kay (Scotland)
Zane Scotland (England) - GOLF CITIZEN Masters Al Ain. Leading amateur: Mehdi Saissi (Morocco)
Lee Corfield (England) – The MENA Tour Championship. Leading amateur: James Allan (England)

2015

Ross McGowan (England) – The Royal Golf Dar Es Salam Open. Leading amateur: Alex Wills (England)
Paul Doherty (Scotland) – The Royal Golf D'Anfa Open. Leading amateur: James Allan (England)
Jake Shepherd (England) - The Dubai Creek Open. Leading amateur: Rayhan Thomas (India)
Gary King (England) - The Ascorp Abu Dhabi Golf Citizen Open. Leading amateur: James Allan (England)
Per Barth (Sweden) - The Shaikh Maktoum Dubai Open. Leading amateur: Alex Wills (England)
Gabriel Canizares (Spain) - The American Express Dirab Golf Championship. Leading amateur: Ayoub Lguirati (Morocco)
Clarke Lutton (Scotland) - The Golf Citizen Classic. Leading amateur: Jakub Hrinda (Slovakia)
Christofer Blomstrand (Sweden) - The Muscat Hills Golf Citizen Championship. leading amateur: Amine El Malki (Morocco), Rayhan Thomas (India) and Ayoub Lguirati (Morocco)
Lee Corfield (England) - The Ghala Open. Leading amateur: Rayhan Thomas (India)
Thriston Lawrence (South Africa) - The Ras Al Khaimah Classic. Leading amateur: Rayhan Thomas (India)
Scott Campbell (England) - The MENA Tour Championship. Leading amateur: Todd Clements (England)

2016

Zane Scotland (England) - The Royal Golf Mohammedia Open by HLO. Leading amateur: Omar Arhazraf (Morocco)
Andrew Marshall (England) - The El Jadida Championship by HLO. Leading amateur: Jamal Allali (Morocco)
David Law (Scotland) - The Sotogrande Masters. Leading amateur: Yassine Touhami (Morocco)
Zane Scotland (England) - The Ras Al Khaimah Classic. Leading amateur: Rayhan Thomas (India)
Wolmer Murillo (Venezuela) - The Mountain Creek Open by Golf Citizen
Antonio Costa (Chile) - The MahaSamutr Masters. Leading amateur: Rayhan Thomas (India)
Bryandrew Roelofsz (South Africa) - The South to East Challenge (South Africa). Leading amateur: Sentanio Minnie (South Africa)
Craig Hinton (England) - The Jo'burg City Masters (South Africa). Leading amateur: David Meyers (South Africa)
Riekus Nortje (South Africa) - The Roar (South Africa). Leading amateur: Darin de Smidt (South Africa)
Rayhan Thomas (India) - The Dubai Creek Open. Leading amateur: Rayhan Thomas (India)
Andrew Marshall (England) - The Shaikh Maktoum Dubai Open. Leading amateur: Matias Calderon (Chile)
Carlos Balmaseda (Spain) - The Golf Citizen Classic. Leading amateur: Rayhan Thomas (India)
Craig Hinton (England) - The Ascorp Golf Citizen Abu Dhabi Open. Leading amateur: Pierre Junior Verlaar (The Netherlands)
Joe Heraty (England) - The Sahara Kuwait Championship, Leading amateur: Matias Calderon (Chile) and Tiago Lobo (Brazil)
Aaron Leitmannstetter (Germany) - The Ghala Open. Leading amateur: Matias Calderon (Chile), Benjamin David (England), Todd Clements (England) - joint
Tyler Hogarty (South Africa) - The MENA Tour Championship at Muscat Hills. Leading amateur: Todd Clements (England)

2017

Leo Lilja (Spain) - Palmeraie Country Club Casablanca Open. Leading amateur: Pierre Junior Verlaar (Netherlands)
Pierre Junior Verlaar (Netherlands) - Royal Golf Mohammedia Open. Leading amateur: Pierre Junior Verlaar (Netherlands)
Peter Stojanovski (Australia) - Ras Al Khaimah Classic. Leading amateur: Todd Clements (England)
Jazz Janewattananond (Thailand) - MahaSamutr Masters. Leading amateur: Worathon Zeng (Thailand)
Lionel Weber (France) - Mountain Creek Open by Golf Citizen. Leading amateur: Michael Harradine (Switzerland)
Fredrik From (Sweden) - Pattana Golf Championship. Leading amateur: Tiago Lobo (Brazil)
Breyten Meyer (South Africa) - South to East Challenge. Leading amateur: Clifford Thompson (South Africa)
Jaco Prinsloo (South Africa) - Jo'burg City Masters. Leading amateur: Sam Hobday (England)
Daniel Hammond (South Africa) - The Roar. Leading amateur: Karabo Mokoena (South Africa)
Shaikh Maktoum Golf Foundation Award:

2014
Professional - Faycal Serghini (Morocco)
Amateur - Mehdi Saissi (Morocco)
2015
Professional - Faycal Serghini (Morocco)
Amateur - Ayoub Lguirati (Morocco)
2016
Professional - Ahmed Marjan (Morocco)
Amateur - Othman Almulla
Best MENA region players after each event:
2014

Faycal Serghini (Morocco-pro), Mohamed Khallali (Morocco-AM) - The Royal Golf D’Anfa Open
Faycal Serghini (Morocco-pro), Ayoub Lguirati (Morocco - AM) - The Royal Golf Dar Es Salam Open
Peter Badawy (Lebanon –pro), Antoine Maes (Morocco – AM) - The Dubai Creek Open
Younes El Hassani (Morocco – pro), Yassine Touhami (Morocco-AM) - The Shaikh Maktoum Dubai Open
Younes El Hassani (Morocco-pro), Mehdi Saissi (Morocco – AM) - The Ascorp GOLF CITIZEN Abu Dhabi Open
Ahmed Marjane (Morocco –pro), Yassine Touhami (Morocco-AM) - The Ras Al Khaimah Classic
Faycal Serghini (Morocco-pro), Karim El Hali (Morocco-AM) – The Ghala Valley Open
Amine Joudar (Morocco-pro), Mehdi Saissi (Morocco-AM) - GOLF CITIZEN Masters Al Ain
Ahmed Marjane (Morocco-pro), Mehdi Saissai (Morocco-AM) - The MENA Tour Championship

2015

Faycal Serghini (Morocco-pro), Khaled Attieh (Saudi Arabia-AM) - The Royal Golf Dar Es Salam Open
Amine Joudar (Morocco-pro), Ayoub Lguirati (Morocco-AM) - The Royal Golf D’Anfa Open
Mustapha El Maouas (Morocco-pro), Ayoub Lguirati (Morocco-AM) - The Dubai Creek Open
Ahmed Marjan (Morocco-pro), Amine El Malki (Morocco-AM) - The Ascorp Abu Dhabi Golf Citizen Open
Mehdi Saissi (Morocco-pro), Karim El Hali (Morocco-AM) - The Shaikh Maktoum Dubai Open
Mehdi Saissi (Morocco-pro), Ayoub Lguirati (Morocco-AM) - The American Express Dirab Golf Championship
Mohammed Bellaroussia (Morocco-pro), Khaled Attieh (Saudi Arabia-AM) - The Golf Citizen Classic
Younes El Hassani (Morocco-pro), Amine El Malki and Ayoub Lguirati (Morocco--AM-joint) - The Muscat Hills Golf Citizen Championship
Faycal Serghini and Mehdi Saissi (Morocco-joint-pro), Ayoub Lguirati and Karim El Hali (Morocco-AM-joint)
Faycal Serghini (Morocco-pro) -- The Ras Al Khaimah Classic
Younes El Hassani (Morocco-pro) - The MENA Tour Championship

2016

Younes El Hassani (Morocco-pro), Omar Arhazraf (Morocco-AM) - The Royal Golf Mohammedia Open by HLO
Faycal Serghini (Morocco-pro), Jamal Allali (Morocco-AM) - The El Jadida Championship by HLO
Younes El Hassani (Morocco-pro), Yassine Touhami (Morocco) - The Sotogrande Masters
Pro- none; Othman Almulla (Saudi Arabia -AM) - The Ras Al Khaimah Classic
Faycal Serghini (Morocco-pro), Othman Almulla (Saudi Arabia) - The Dubai Creek Open
Younes El Hassani (Morocco-pro), Othman Almulla (Saudi Arabia) - The Shaikh Maktoum Dubai Open
Faycal Serghini and Ahmed Marjan (both Morocco-pro) - joint, Othman Almulla (Saudi Arabia) - The Golf Citizen Classic
Younes El Hassani (Morocco-pro), Othman Almulla (Saudi Arabia) - The Ascorp Golf Citizen Abu Dhabi Open
Ahmed Marjan (Morocco-pro), Khaled Attieh (Saudi Arabia) - The Sahara Kuwait Championship
Ahmed Marjan (Morocco-pro), Khaled Attieh (Saudi Arabia) - The Ghala Open
Younes El Hassani (Morocco-pro), Othman Almulla (Saudi Arabia) - The MENA Tour Championship

2017

Younes El Hassani (Morocco-pro), Amine El Kharraz (Morocco) - Palmeraie Country Club Casablanca Open
Ahmed Marjan (Morocco-pro) - Royal Golf Mohammedia Open, Ayoub Saidi, Semlali Mohamed, Amine El Kharra (joint) - Royal Golf Mohammedia Open
Pro-None; Saleh Al Kaabi (Qatar) - Ras Al Khaimah Classic
None - MahaSamutr Masters
None - Mountain Creek Open by Golf Citizen
Ahmed Al Musharrekh (UAE-pro) - Pattana Golf Championship. Amateur: none
Champions who shot three rounds under 70:
Peter Richardson (England) - 2011 Sheikh Maktoum Open (66 68 66)
Jake Shepherd (England) - 2011 MENA GOLF TOUR Championships (66 68 67)
Ross McGowan (England) - 2012 Abu Dhabi GOLF CITIZEN Open (68 69 67)
Mohammad Munir (Pakistan) - 2012 Ras Al Khaimah Classic (66 69 69)
Stephen Dodd (Wales) - 2012 Sheik Maktoum Dubai Open (68 68 69)
William Harold (England) - 2012 MENA GOLF TOUR Championships (64 65 67)
Tommy Mou (US) - 2013 American Express Dirab Golf Championship (69 67 69)
Zane Scotland (England) - 2014 Ghala Valley Open (68 69 68)
Zane Scotland (England) - 2014 GOLF CITIZEN Masters Al Ain (69 64 66)
Per Barth (Sweden) - 2015 Shaikh Maktoum Dubai Open (68 68 67)
Thriston Lawrence - 2015 Ras Al Khaimah Classic (69 66 69)
Scott Campbell (South Africa) - 2015 MENA Tour Championship (65 64 69)
Zane Scotland (England) - 2016 Royal Golf Mohammedia Open by HLO (69 68 68)
Antonio Costa (Chile) - 2016 MahaSamutr Masters (66 67 68)
Bryandrew Roelofsz (South Africa) - 2016 South to East Challenge (South Africa) 65 68 69
Rayhan Thomas (India) 65 67 69 - 2016 Dubai Creek Open
Craig Hinton (England) 66 68 69 - 2016 Ascorp Golf Citizen Abu Dhabi Open
Leo Lilja (Spain) 69 68 68 (playoff) - 2017 Palmeraie Country Club Casablanca Open
Peter Stojanovski (Austrlia) 68 69 66 - 2017 Ras Al Khaimah Classic
Lionel Weber (France) 66 67 66 - 2017 Mountain Creek Open by Golf Citizen
Jaco Prinsloo (South Africa) 69 67 68 - 2017 Jo'burg City Masters
Competitors who failed to win despite carding three rounds under 70:
Dale Marmion (England) – T2 at 2011 Shaikh Maktoum Dubai Open after three straight 68s
Lincoln T. Birch (Germany) & Adail Jehangir (Pakistan) – T3 at 2011 MENA Tour Championship after identical 68s on the trot
Stephen Dodd (Wales) and Duncan Stewart (Scotland) – Solo second and third respectively at 2012 MENA Tour Championship. Dodd (64 65 67), Stewart (67 68 63)
William Harrold (England) – T3 at 2013 Shaikh Maktoum Dubai Open after rounds of 68 69 69
Tyler Hogarty (South Africa) – T6 at 2013 MENA Tour Championship after rounds of 69 67 68
Florian Praegant (Austria) - T2 at 2015 Dubai Creek Open after rounds of 68 67 69
CJ Du Plessis (South Africa) - Second at 2016 South to East Challenge (South Africa) 67 68 68
Jaco Prinsloo (South Africa) - Third at 2016 South to East Challenge (South Africa) 68 68 68
Luke Joy (England) - Second at Dubai Creek Open 66 69 66
Tiago Lobo (Brazil) - Tied third at 2016 Sahara Kuwait Championship 67 68 65
Jordan Garnish (England) - Tied third at 2016 Sahara Kuwait Championship 66 69 65
Craig Hinton (England) - Tied sixth at 2016 Sahara Kuwait Championship 65 69 67
Jack McDonald (England) - Tied sixth at 2016 Sahara Kuwait Championship 65 69 67
Luke Trocado (South Africa) - Tied sixth at 2016 Sahara Kuwait Championship 66 67 68
Mariano Ochoa (Spain) - Tenth at 2016 Sahara Kuwait Championship 68 66 68
Lee Corfield (England) - Tied 11th at 2016 Sahara Kuwait Championship 67 67 69
Jonny McAllister (England) - Tied 13th at 2016 Sahara Kuwait Championship 68 67 69
Zane Scotland (England) - Tied 16th at 2016 Sahara Kuwait Championship 67 69 69
Luke Joy (England) - Solo second at 2017 Mountain Creek Open by Golf Citizen 69 68 69
Matias Calderon (Chile) - Solo second at 2017 The Roar 67 69 67
Matthew Spacey (South Africa) - Tied seventh at 2017 The Roar 69 69 69
The lowest total by a runner-up:
14-under – Zane Scotland (England)– 2014 GOLF CITIZEN Masters Al Ain