Tournaments and tee times of the week

The tournament organized by Tiger Woods will begin this Thursday in Albany in the Bahamas. It will host twenty top-ranked players and all proceeds will be donated to the Tiger Woods Foundation.

This tournament was an opportunity for all golf fans to see the Tiger on the greens since the British Open last July. But the latter announced his package at the start of the week following an injury to his right foot (plantar fasciitis).

The defending champion, the Norwegian Viktor Hovland, will be present and will have as main adversaries the Americans Collin Morikawa and Scottie Scheffler, the Spaniard Jon Rahm or the young South Korean prodigy Tom Kim.

Tee times (in French time):

5:00 p.m.: Cameron Young and Tom Kim

5:22 p.m .: Kevin Kisner and Sam Burns

5:33 p.m.: Matt Fitzpatrick and Tommy Fleetwood

6:06 p.m .: Sepp Straka and Justin Thomas

6:17 p.m.: Xander Schauele and Jon Rahm

6:28 p.m .: Scottie Scheffler and Jordan Spieth

6:39 p.m.: Collin Morikawa and Viktor Hovland

The DP World Tour is organizing two tournaments this week, one in Australia and one in South Africa like last week. The Australian Open kicks off this Thursday, taking place at Victoria Golf Course and Kingston Heath Golf Course in Melbourne. The tournament takes place at the same time and in the same place as the Australian Women’s Open and brings together women and men including brother and sister Min Woo Lee and Minjee Lee: “Just seeing the family, I think it’s something special. We don’t get to see each other often, so getting together is pretty cool. » said Min Woo Lee.

The winner of the last men’s edition played in 2019, the Australian Matt Jones, will be present while the winner of the women’s edition, which took place in 2020, the South Korean Inbee Park, will be absent.

Tee times (French time):

9:33 p.m .: Lucas Herbert (H)

2:05 am: Cameron Smith and Matt Jones (H)

2h16: Minjee Lee and Jennifer Kupcho (F)

The South African Open Championship

On the side of South Africa, this week, the Open Championship is in the spotlight in Johannesburg. Seven French people are present: David Ravetto, Jeong Weon Ko, Gary Stal, Romain Langasque, Robin Sciot-Siegrist, Clément Sordet and Adrien Saddier. South African Daniel van Tonder will defend his title: “I played the SA Open Amateur and couldn’t win it, but I did win the SA Open Championship, so that means a lot. […] It’s not the same place as last year, but Blair Atholl is a great test. »

Tee times (French time):

7:20 am: Jeong Weon Ko and Gary Stal

10:40 am: Robin Sciot-Siegrist

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