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Chawrasia heading to Mauritius for new event 05-05-2015
S.S.P. Chawrasia will aim to rediscover some form at the inaugural Mauritius Open at Heritage GC.

Chawrasia came sharply into focus when taking a two-shot lead into the final round of his home Hero Indian Open in February before blowing victory with a closing 76. It appears he still hasn't got over it having missed the cut on both his starts since, the latest halfway exit coming at the China Open two weeks ago when he added another pair of 76s. As a short driver, at least Heritage GC should be in his comfort zone as it measures just 7,036 yards.
Aiken back in action with trip to Mauritius 05-05-2015
Thomas Aiken
Thomas Aiken makes the short hop from South Africa to contest this week's inaugural AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open.

The 32-year-old offers plenty to gamers this week with rust the only slight issue. The South African was last seen finishing a creditable T23 in the WGC-Cadillac Championship in Florida where he topped the greens in regulation stats and before that he took a share of 10th spot at the Joburg Open. Heritage GC is a short layout so should suit Aiken's steady tee-to-green game.
Bjørn one of star attractions for Mauritius 05-05-2015
Thomas Bjorn
Denmark's Thomas Bjørn will line up in this week's inaugural AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open at Heritage GC.

This is the first official European Tour event to be tri-sanctioned with the Asian and Sunshine Tours and Bjørn would be an appropriate winner having had success on all three. The 15-time European Tour champion's last victory came in neighbouring South Africa in December 2013 when he landed the Nedbank Golf Challenge. The Ryder Cup star has had a tricky start to this season but rode a hot short game to finish fourth at the Asian Tour's Indonesia Masters two weeks ago.