Be it fabled Pinehurst No.2 or famed OSU, Rayhan Thomas can’t lose either way.
Brandon Wu arrives off red-eye flight from Peru, still shoots 65 to lead U.S. Amateur; Tough start for Dubai’s Thomas
That Brandon Wu would hold a one-shot lead after Day 1 of stroke play at the 119th U.S. Amateur Championship is hardly a surprise.
It was a day to forget for those with Middle East connections at the 124th British Amateur Championship in Ireland on Tuesday.
Thomas eyes deep red numbers at Portmarnock to finally advance at British Amateur; Hill left playing for experience
Rayhan Thomas’ ability to go seriously low will be tested again on Tuesday as he looks to advance to the matchplay phase of the British Amateur Championship for the first time.
Antoine Schwartz flirted with the MENA Tour’s first ever 59 and had ample consolation even though he missed out on golf’s holy grail number on the opening day of the Troon Series – Dubai Open presented by Turkish Airlines.
After making the cut in Oman, Baldwin eyes quick European Tour return as MENA Tour heads to Dubai Hills
Matthew Baldwin’s week away from the MENA Tour couldn’t have gone much better.
Daniel Gaunt might have come close to abandoning his pro golf dream 18 months ago but he clearly never lost the will to win down the stretch.
Daniel Gaunt was so disheartened with his golf game and the financial toll it was taking on his family 18 months ago that he decided to down sticks and go to work on the tools at his home club in England.
Two pesky three putts haven’t stopped Dubai-domiciled amateur Rayhan Thomas from making a decent start to his bid for a third professional title at the Troon Series-Al Zorah Open.
Rayhan Thomas is determined to turn his recent Desert Swing frustrations into a fitting MENA Tour farewell.
After a heartbreaking end to last season and a sickly start to this one, sometimes European Tour professional Henric Sturehed is due a bit of luck. Don’t be surprised if it arrives in Ajman this week.
Pieters leads as Dubai amateur Rayhan Thomas outshines golf’s biggest names at Saudi International with opening 67
Thomas Pieters holds a two-shot lead after the opening round of the new Saudi International on Friday. Dubai amateur Rayhan Thomas, meanwhile, will forever hang on to a copy of the same leaderboard which sees four of the world’s top five players beneath him.
With all that Rayhan Thomas has achieved in the amateur game, much less the aplomb with which he handles the associated pressure of being Dubai golf’s favourite son, it is easy to forget he’s still only 19.
ODDC TEE-TIMES: DeChambeau grouped with Fleetwood, Garcia; Dubai amateur Thomas draws big-hitting Kiwi and countryman Sharma
The most interesting man in golf, arguably the most popular man on the European Tour and a genuine, green-jacketed legend headline the marquee groups for the opening 36 holes of the 30th Omega Dubai Desert Classic.
Rayhan Thomas’ week didn’t start so well, a six-over 78 at Yas Links on Monday derailing his bid to qualify for next week’s Desert Swing opener in Abu Dhabi. It’s fair to say the 18-year-old world amateur No.17 didn’t dwell on the frustration for long.
TopGolf Dubai breaks ground, gigantic Saudi trophy threatens to do likewise and we get into the Desert Swing of things. All (somehow) wrapped up in our guilty Sir Nick Faldo obsession
Your guide to the very best golf, on the course and across social media, in the Middle East.
The Omega Dubai Desert Classic has long touted itself as the “Major of the Middle East” and is now hanging its hat on the Ryder Cup to sell the cast of stars confirmed for the 30th edition of the $3.5 million European Tour event.
Rayhan Thomas will have the reigning British Amateur champion with a famous family connection for company when he looks to repeat his Omega Dubai Desert Classic heroics of 2017 in the 30th anniversary edition of the European Tour event next month.