Tournaments and tee times of the week

Tournaments and tee times of the week

PGA Tour

This week, two Frenchmen will be present on the American circuit. We will find Victor Perez and Martin Trainer for the Valspar Championship in Florida. The Habs will be accompanied by defending champion Sam Burns, winner for two consecutive years (2021,2022).

Tee times (French time):

1:46 p.m .: Luke Donald, Ben Taylor and Stephan Jaeger
6:08 p.m.: Matt Fitzpatrick, Tommy Fleetwood and Justin Rose

1:18 p.m.: Sam Burns, Jordan Spieth and Gary Woodland
1:29 p.m .: Justin Thomas, JT Poston and Joel Dahmen
2:24 p.m.: Victor PerezErik Barnes and Akshay Bhatia
5:41 p.m.: Martin TrainerCody Gribble and Kevin Streelman

DP World Tour

After Kenya, it is in South Africa that we find ten French people on the European Tour. With the SDC Championship, a tournament co-sanctioned by the Sunshine Tour, we can count Alexander Levy, Julien Guerrier, Jeong weon Ko, David Ravetto, Matthieu Pavon, Clément Sordet, Antoine Rozner, Julien Brun, Romain Langasque and Robin Sciot-Siegrist on the St. Francis Links.

Tee times (French time):

6:30 a.m.: Alexander Levy
6:50 a.m.: Julien Guerrier
7:10 a.m.: Jeongweon Ko
10:40 am: Antoine Rozner
10 a.m.: Julien Brun
11:20 a.m.: Romain Langasque

5:30 am: David Ravetto
6:30 a.m.: Matthieu Pavon
7:00 a.m.: Clement Sordet
12:10 p.m.: Robin Sciot-Siegrist

LIV Golf

It’s live on Journal Du Golf TV and the L’Équipe website. LIV Golf is back for its second tournament of the season. This time around, the stage will take place in Arizona in Tucson, on the south course of the Gallery Golf Club in Marana. The tournament is to be found on Friday at 6 p.m.

Asian Tour

After the Internationals Series in Thailand, the DGC Open takes place in India. A Frenchman is involved in the tournament, it is Jeremy Gandon. The Valencia native finished 48th on Thai soil last week. The Thai Nitithorn Thippong is also present to defend his title.

Tee times (French time):

3h20: Nitithorn Thippong
8:30 a.m.: Jeremy Gandon

LET Tour

The first Aramco Team Series tournament takes place this week in Singapore. On the program, two days of team competition with 26 teams made up of three pros and one amateur. Followed by a three-day tournament of individual competition bringing together the 78 field players. Six French women are present with Pauline Roussin Bouchard, Agathe Sauzon, Anaïs Meyssonnier, Nastasia Nadaud, Emma Grechi and Anne-Charlotte Mora. We can also count players from the world top 30 with Lydia Ko, Danielle Kang and Linn Grant as well as the winner of the last Aramco Series in Jeddah, Chiara Noja.

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