Dubai golfer Rayhan Thomas secured the largest paycheck of his professional career by tying for 8th place at the $2 million International Series Morocco on the Asian Tour, won by New Zealander Ben Campbell. Campbell concluded with a final round of 71, achieving a four-round total of 277, 15 under par, and subsequently defeated third-round leader John Catlin (USA) in a playoff to secure the win at Royal Golf Dar Es Salam in Rabat. Campbell finished with an eagle and a birdie on his last two holes, catching up to Catlin who had led after each of the first three rounds. Rayhan, 24, who turned professional on June 1st, 2024, shot a 72, one under par, to end at nine under par 283, tying for eighth place. He successfully hit 14 out of 18 greens in regulation and made 30 putts. His tournament included one eagle, 14 birdies, five bogeys, one double bogey, and the rest pars. Reflecting on his performance in Morocco, Rayhan expressed to Khaleej Times: "I think I did a really good job. I had a rough start today but managed to keep my composure and throughout the week, whenever there was a problem, I was able to fix it and recover well. So, I'm really pleased with the week." He further added, "It's a massive confidence boost to position myself in this spot and compete at this level." Regarding his final hole birdie, he noted, "It was significant. I had to lay up and that was quite challenging. I made a nine to ten footer, which was crucial for getting into the top 10. That was special." As for his future plans, Rayhan commented, "I'm not exactly sure what the next few months hold. We're figuring it out as we go but I'm ready to play anywhere. I just want to compete." He earned a check for $39,480.00, his biggest prize since turning pro. Gaganjeet Bhullar (India) shot a final round 79, finishing tied for 33rd at three under par. This event marks the eighth of the season on the Asian Tour and the third of 10 stops on The International Series.