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Tournament results: MCB Championship (Mauritius)

Results for the MCB Championship (Mauritius) are shown in the table below, which includes details of the respective winners, their scores and prize money, relevant venues and title sponsors.
2021
Europe
(Sandelin, Jarmo)
Postponed
x
MCB

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

(Sandelin, Jarmo)

Score

Postponed

Prize money

x

Title sponsor

MCB

MCB Tour Championship - Mauritus (10th) not played in 2021 (scheduled for Dec 10-12 but postponed until March 2022 due to the ongoing global cornavirus pandemic; 2021 season-ending European Snr (Legends) Tour event). [Legend course, Constance Belle Mare Plage, Post de Flacq, Mauritius].

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

(cancelled)

Score

x

Prize money

x

Title sponsor

MCB

MCB Tour Championship - Mauritus not played in 2020 following cancellation of all the season's European Senior Tour events due to world coronavirus pandemic. [Legend course, Constance Belle Mare Plage, Post de Flacq, Mauritius].

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Sandelin, Jarmo

Score

204 (-12)

Prize money

€61,400

Title sponsor

MCB

Played as the MCB Tour Championship - Mauritus (Dec 13-15; last of three European Senior Tour final series events). Second-placed James Kingston (RSA) finished 3 shots behind 52-year-old Jarmo Sandelin (Swe), who recorded his first win on the Tour in his 46th start. [Legend course, Constance Belle Mare Plage, Post de Flacq, Mauritius].

2018
Europe
Dennis, Clark
193 (-23)
€68,486
MCB

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Dennis, Clark

Score

193 (-23)

Prize money

€68,486

Title sponsor

MCB

Played as the MCB Tour Championship - Mauritius (Dec 7-9; Eurpn Snr Tr penultimate 2018 event). Second-placed Magnus P. Atlevi (Swe) finished 8 shots behind Dennis (USA). [Legend course, Constance Belle Mare Plage, Post de Flacq, Mauritius].

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Wiratchant, Thaworn

Score

193 (-23)

Prize money

€68,486

Title sponsor

MCB

Played as the MCB Tour Championship (Dec 8-10; European Senior Tour season-ending event). Second-placed Mark McNulty (Ire) finished 8 shots behind 50-year-old Thaworn Wiratchant (Thai), who recorded his first win on the Tour with a final round 62 (-10). [Legend course, Constance Belle Mare Plage, Post de Flacq, Mauritius].

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Lane, Barry

Score

202 (-14)

Prize money

€69,074

Title sponsor

MCB

Played as the MCB Tour Championship (Dec 9-11; European Senior Tour season-ending event). Second-placed Paul Broadhurst (Eng) finished 1 shot behind Barry Lane (Eng), who recorded his fifth win on the Tour. [Legend course, Constance Belle Mare Plage, Post de Flacq, Mauritius].

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Montgomerie, Colin

Score

201 (-15)

Prize money

€65,136

Title sponsor

MCB

Played as the MCB Tour Championship (Dec 11-13; European Senior Tour season-ending event). Second-placed David Frost (RSA) finished 3 shots behind Colin Montgomerie (Scot). [Legend course, Constance Belle Mare Plage, Post de Flacq, Mauritius].

2014
Europe
Wesselingh, Paul
207 (-9)
€63,998
MCB

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Wesselingh, Paul

Score

207 (-9)

Prize money

€63,998

Title sponsor

MCB

Played as the MCB Tour Championship (Dec 12-14; European Senior Tour season-ending event). Defending champion Paul Wesselingh (Eng) beat Barry Lane (Eng) with a par at the sixth playoff hole. [Legend course, Constance Belle Mare Plage, Post de Flacq, Mauritius].

2013
Europe
Wesselingh, Paul
202 (-14)
€62,814
MCB

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Wesselingh, Paul

Score

202 (-14)

Prize money

€62,814

Title sponsor

MCB

Played as the MCB Tour Championship (Dec 13-15; European Senior Tour season-ending event). Second-placed Miguel Ángel Martín (Esp) and defending champion David Frost (RSA) finished 5 shots behind Paul Wesselingh (Eng), who recorded back-to-back wins on the Tour, and clinched the Tour's season-long Order of Merit. [Legend course, Constance Belle Mare Plage, Post de Flacq, Mauritius].

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Frost, David

Score

205 (-11)

Prize money

€62,814

Title sponsor

MCB

Played as the MCB Tour Championship (Dec 7-9; European Senior Tour season-ending event). Second-placed Barry Lane (Eng) and Peter Fowler (Aus) finished 1 shot behind David Frost (RSA), who recorded the second of his two wins on the Tour. [Legend course, Constance Belle Mare Plage, Post de Flacq, Mauritius].

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Lehman, Tom

Score

204 (-12)

Prize money

€61,722

Title sponsor

MCB

Played as the MCB Tour Championship (Dec 9-11; European Senior Tour season-ending event, which replaced the OKI Castellon Senior Tour Championship and the early-season Mauritius Commercial Bank Open). Second-placed David Frost (RSA) finished 1 shot behind 51-year-old wire-to-wire winner Tom Lehman (USA), who was playing in his first regular European Senior Tour event. [Legend course, Constance Belle Mare Plage, Post de Flacq, Mauritius].

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Frost, David

Score

203 (-13)

Prize money

€42,000

Title sponsor

MCB

Played as the Mauritius Commercial Bank Open (Dec 10-12; played in 2010 as part of European Senior Tour 2011 season; replaced in Dec 2011 as the Tour's Mauritius event by the season-ending MCB Tour Championship). 50-year-old David Frost (RSA) beat Roger Chapman (Eng) with a par at the second playoff hole (par-5 18th), to record his first win on the Tour. Frost eagled the 72nd hole to force a playoff. [Legend course, Constance Belle Mare Plage, Post de Flacq, Mauritius].

2009
Europe
Spurgeon, Kevin
210 (-6)
€34,500
MCB

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Spurgeon, Kevin

Score

210 (-6)

Prize money

€34,500

Title sponsor

MCB

Played as the inaugural Mauritius Commercial Bank Open (Dec 11-13; played in 2009 as the European Senior Tour's 2010 season-opener). Second-placed Gordon J. Brand (Eng) finished 1 shot behind 54-year old Kevin Spurgeon (Eng), who recorded his first and only win on the Tour. [Legend course, Constance Belle Mare Plage, Post de Flacq, Mauritius].

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