Josh Hill, Amateur, Youngest to Win Sanctioned Event There are a few tournaments held in the Middle East and North Africa, and a few of them are on the MENA Tour. One of them, the Al Ain Open, was just won by a westerner who was raised there.Â Josh Hill, entering the Al Ain as …
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