Oman this year hosts both the penultimate round of the MENA Tour at Muscat Hills with the Grand Final being played at Ghala Golf Club.

With support from the Arab Golf Federation and R&A, the tour is aimed at the best MENA National Amateur and Professional players, along with eligible players from the around the world. The creation of the MENA Golf Tour opens up new windows of opportunity for MENA National Professionals and Amateurs to develop their golfing skills, alongside international players on home soil. With large prize funds available, the MENA Golf Tour provides a unique platform for success and development.

The tour is open to all MENA nationals, and International Professionals and Amateurs.

MENA National Amateur golfers must be of handicap 4.4 (four) or less on joining the tour, as well as at the commencement of each tournament. International Amateurs are required to have a handicap of 1.4 (one) or less. Each tournament will be a minimum of 54 holes, stroke-play event.

Players play one round on each of the first two days, after which the leading 50 players (Professionals or Amateurs,) and those who tie for 50th place, go forward to the final round. A minimum of 10 Amateurs will make up the final field.

The maximum starting field is 140 players, not including restricted field and/or co-sanctioned tournaments, consisting of approximately 115 Professionals and 25 Amateurs (field size may vary due to daylight restrictions)