Joost Luiten has headlined the first wave of names for the second staging of the Oman Open with the 33-year-old Dutchman set will defend his title at Al Mouj Golf in Muscat from Feb. 28 to March 3.
Chris Wood’s baggage for the short flight from Muscat to Doha for the final leg of the 2018 Desert Swing had all the normal golf swag, a bit of happy history and a whole lot of fresh regret.
On the homepage of Joost Luiten’s own website, the Dutchman boldly claims he’s “at my best when I’m under pressure”. Quite.
After a moving day that more closely resembled a game of snakes and ladders, good luck trying to figure out who is going to cling on to the top of the NBO Oman Open leaderboard and claim the European Tour’s newest title.
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