Wednesday, 14 February 2018
Soren Kjeldsen of Denmark is pictured with his son and caddie Emil  (Getty Images)
Soren Kjeldsen of Denmark is pictured with his son and caddie Emil (Getty Images)

The draw for the opening two rounds of the inaugural NBO Oman Open at  Al Mouj Golf Course, Muscat.

Thursday morning's feature group of Alex Levy, Andy Sullivan and Shubhankar Sharma get their tournament underway at 07:15 local time. Race to Dubai leader Sharma will be in search of his third win of the season on just his 14th start. The 21-year-old Indian will be joined by the top highest ranked player in the field - 62 in the Official World Golf Rankings, Alex Levy will be looking to continue his good form after two strong finishes in Abu Dhabi and Dubai.The third member Andy Sullivan will be looking to continue his strong start to 2018 having made the cut in all four of his starts this season. 


Andrew "Beef" Johnston will play alongside 2018 Ryder Cup vice-captain Robert Karlsson and Dutchman Joost Luiten at 11:55 Thursday while the Ryder Cup Captain Thomas Bjørn plays alongside fellow Dane Søren Kjeldsen and Belgian Thomas Detry . The 42-year-old Kjeldsen will have his 16-year-old son Emil on the bag this week.

Thursday's 11:35 group of Ricardo Gouveia, Clément Sordet and Bernd Ritthammer all have one thing in common; all having won at this venue on the Challenge Tour.

 View all round 1 & 2 tee times HERE.

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Tournament Leaderboard

Pos Player nameNatHolePar
1LUITEN, JoostNED18-16
2WOOD, ChrisENG18-14
3GUERRIER, JulienFRA18-13
T4HAN, SeungsuUSA18-11
T4LEVY, AlexanderFRA18-11

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