18-year-old Rasmus Højgaard becomes second-youngest winner in history | 2020 Mauritius Open

18-year-old Rasmus Højgaard becomes second youngest winner in history as he took the Mauritius Open crown in fine-fashion by beating Frenchman Rozner and Italian Paratore in a play-off.

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The 2020 European Tour Season continues with the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open. 2015 winner George Coetzee returns to the Heritage Golf Course aiming to make this the second European Tour event he has won twice. Standing in his way are Belgian trio Nicolas Colsaerts, Thomas Detry and Thomas Pieters. While Detry and Pieters are making their event debuts, Colsaerts has teed it up in three of the four previous editions, finishing third in 2016. Colsaerts also has a new caddie this week, with his wife Rachel on bag duties. Can she inspire him to victory?

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