The Legends Tour season is coming to an end with a grand finale: the twelfth edition of the MCB Tour Championship, which will also see our Emanuele Canonica take to the field. The location chosen for the event is the evocative route of the Constance Belle Mare Plage, where the title of champion of the European over 50 circuit will be awarded.
The eyes of the enthusiasts will be focused on the first 9 in the order of merit, among which stand out names from the likes of Peter Baker (n.1), Adilson Da Silva (n.2) and James Kingston (n.3), but also potential outsiders such as Jeev Milkha Singh, Michael Campbell and Welsh champion Stephen Dodd.
There will be no shortage of surprises, with athletes of the caliber of Niclas Fasth and last year's winner Thomas Bjørn ready to give their all to defend their title. In short, a concentration of sporting adrenaline in the heart of Mauritius, which will give us unparalleled emotions.
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Emanuele Canonica arrives in his homeland after having achieved nineteenth position in Vietnam. Our champion wants to end the season on a high, after achieving a wonderful sixth place at the European Senior Masters in Spain, and two exceptional top ten rankings during the year (fifth place at The Legends Tour Trophy and seventh place at the Irish Legends).
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