The world’s best golfers are back in Dubai to contest one of the Middle East’s oldest and most prestigious golfing events. The 31st edition of the OMEGA Dubai Desert Classic tees off at the Emirates Golf Club on January 23rd with one of the strongest line-ups in the tournament’s history. It features a whole host of global stars, including defending Champion Bryson DeChambeau, World #10 Tommy Fleetwood, Ryder Cup Heroes Ian Poulter and Martin Kaymer, Masters champion Danny Willett, plus legends like Lee Westwood and Louis Oosthuizen. Danny Willett and Martin Kaymer joined Chris and Robbie on Off Script Extra Time in the run up to the tournament.
Off Script Extra Time in conversation with Danny Willett & Martin KaymerPosted by Dubai Eye 103.8 News. Talk. Sport on Monday, January 20, 2020
Dubai Eye 103.8 will be broadcasting from the heart of the all new Tournament Town from January 23rd to the 26th. Tune in across the weekend as we’ll make sure you don’t miss a shot that matters. You can find out more on the tournament’s official website.
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