As the 'Desert Swing' draws to a close the European Tour head to Dubai for arguably the pinnacle event, the Omega Dubai Desert Classic.
Following the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championships and the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters (last week) Dubai plays host to the final event in the series as the European Tour's big guns aim for sandy success. Rory McIlroy, Sergio Garcia, Martin Kaymer and Henrik Stenson are just a few of the worlds top golfers that are taking to the desert in a bid to halt Scotland's Stephen Gallacher from creating history, successfully defending a European Tour title for the third year in a row.
Jason will be amongst those players battling the difficult desert conditions as he hopes to be challenging on Sunday afternoon for his first European Tour title. Jason has made the cut in two of his first four tournaments since joining the tour and is currently in 142nd position on the European Tour Race to Dubai annual Order of Merit. Improving on his current season in Dubai will go along way to securing his playing privileges for 2016 and so Jason will be aiming for a strong week.
Jason begins his first on Thursday round alongside Kristoffer Broberg and Luke Joy at 07.45 (03.45 UK time) teeing off with the same two partners in round two at 12.05 (08.05 UK time) on Friday.
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