Florida, India, Thailand, South Africa and Egypt, the program for this last week of February will take you on a trip to three continents.
PGA Tour: The Honda Classic, PGA National Resort (The Champion), Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
From February 23 to 26 After two “boosted” events, the world’s gratin will take a break in anticipation of the next big events.
The Honda Classic and its difficult route of the PGA National in Florida will therefore not feature any member of the world’s top 15 at the start. A situation that will benefit the Franco-American Martin Trainer who will try to capitalize after his top 20 at Pebble Beach.
Note that this Monday Jérémy Gandon will try to win one of the 4 places at stake in Monday’s Qualifications at the Tesoro Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, Florida. To be continued here -> DP World Tour: Hero Indian Open, DLF G&CC, New Delhi, India
From February 23 to 26 The DP World Tour ends its tour of Asia with a stopover in India.
Few Tricolores will make the trip to this country that the European circuit has not visited since 2019. Jeong weon Ko (photo), David Ravetto, Joël Stalter, Gary Stal, Adrien Saddier and Frédéric Lacroix will seek to perform on this par 72 located in the Indian capital.
LPGA Tour: Honda LPGA Thailand, Siam Country Club, Chonburi, Thailand
From February 23 to 26 A month after the Tournament of Champions and Brooke Henderson’s victory, the LPGA is back with an unmissable event (first edition in 2006).
They will be only 72 at the start on this course located in the east of Thailand. Céline Boutier will be the only tricolor representative. Nelly Korda and Lydia Ko are the main favorites among some of the best players in the world.
Challenge Tour: Nelson Mandela Bay Championship, Humewood GC, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
From February 23 to 26 The Challenge Tour ends its South African tour with a final stop in Port Elizabeth. A dozen Tricolores and in particular the number 3 of the Road to Mallorca Ugo Coussaud will try their luck before enjoying a month of forced rest.
Alps Tour: Ein Bay Open 2023, Sokhna GC – Race A&B, Suez, Egypt
From February 21 to 23 Then Red Sea Little Venice Open 2023, Sokhna GC – Race A&B, Suez, Egypt From February 26 to 28 The Alps Tour starts its season as tradition dictates with two tournaments in Egypt.
Oihan Guillamundeguy will return to a course where he revealed himself last season with his resounding victory. He will be accompanied by about thirty French people. Among them, half a dozen amateurs will have the mission of imitating, who knows, the Landais.
Next tournament: Joburg Ladies Open, Modderfontein Golf Club, Johannesburg, South Africa From March 1 to 3 Korn Ferry Tour: Break
Next tournament: Club Car Championship at The Landings Golf & Athletic Club, The Landings Golf & Athletic Club, Savannah, Georgia From March 23 to 26 Pro Golf Tour: Season over
Next tournament: Red Sea Ain Sokhna Classic 2023, Sokhna Golf Club, Suez, Egypt March 14 to 16 Epson Tour: Season over
Next tournament: Florida’s Natural Charity Classic, Country Club of Winter Haven, Winter Haven, Florida From March 3 to 5 LETAS: season over
Next tournament: Santander Golf Tour – GIRONA, Golf Club Peralada, Peralada, Spain From March 1 to 3