The Mallorca Golf Open started this morning and these are the starting times for the first two rounds. Thursday and Friday are divided into morning and afternoon shifts as usual, and those who play in the first shift on Thursday play in the second shift on Friday and vice versa with the other shift.

In each of them there are a number of highlighted games that the European Tour cameras will have the most attention and these are the following:

Game – Thursday / Friday

Luiten-Paratore-García 8:55 (tee 10) / 13:10 (tee 1)

Schmid-Björk-Otaegui 9:05 (tee 10) / 13:20 (tee 1)

Arnaus-Kaymer-Soderberg 9:15 (tee 10) / 13:30 (tee 1)

Campillo-Fox-Cañizares 9:25 (tee 10) / 13:40 (tee 1)

Ferrer-Kearney-Schmitt 13:00 (tee 1) / 8:45 (tee 10)

Quirós-Nienaber-Hebert 13:10 (tee 1) / 8:55 (tee 10)

Siem-Larrazábal-Catlin 13:20 (tee 1) / 9:05 (tee 10)

Elvira-Pieters-Canter 13:30 (street 1) / 9:15 (street 10)

Fdez-Castaño-Morrison-Langasque 13:50 (tee 1) / 9:35 (tee 10)

Special attention should be paid to the hitter match, which is formed by Alvaro Quiros and Wilco Nienaber, the local player Toni Ferrer, and which does not appear in the presented matches, but gives a lot to tell, the young Englishman Frank Kennedy, who at The only 16-year-old will compete in his second tournament on the European Tour.

As for the Spanish Armada, Nacho Elvira arrives as the only national winner to date in the 2021 season, while Jorge Campillo already knows what it means to win in Santa Ponsa despite being in a Spanish junior championship 21 years ago.

The large number of German fans on the island of Mallorca will be well represented with six players, including former world number one Martin Kaymer.

Golf Santa Ponsa presents itself under very good conditions and will be a demanding challenge for the 120 players who will tee off today at the first edition of the Mallorca Golf Open.