During the 27th week of the year, July 4-10, several golf tournaments will follow. Here are the things you should not miss:
Calendars and tournaments
Alps Tour – Las Castillas 2022
This week, the players return to southern Spain for the 2022 Alps de Las Castillas, the 14th event of the season.
The tournament will take place at Club de Golf Soria from July 7-9. This is the tenth edition of the Alps de Las Castillas, but it is the first year that this course has been played and the first time that Club de Golf has been played Syria hosts an international professional golf tournament.
The course is PAR 72 of 6,279 metres, opened in 2003, the course has been designed by Target Ingenieros and in particular by Pinero & Alvaro Alonso de Noriega. The land is incorporated into centuries-old oak wood and is located at an altitude of 1100 meters above sea level and has a very diverse design.
Spanish Alpine Tour member Daniel Berna Manzanares will be one of the favorites this week, as Soria Golf Club is his “home”. He picked up two Top 10 titles in his last appearance in the tournament and is anticipating a positive week at home.
On the field, we find seven of this season’s winners: Gregorio de Leo (winner of the Giorgio Bordoni Memorial Award), Gary Hurley (Andalusian Alps), Manuel Murugan (Abruzzo Alps Open), Stefano Mazzoli (Eye Bay Open), Tomas Guimaraes Besa (winner). ) of the New Giza Open), Adrian Pendarez (Terre de Console Winter Series) and Mathias Egenberger (National Golf Winter Series).
The current captain of the Order of Merit, France’s Tom Vaillant (AM) and Julien Sall (AM), second in the standings, will not participate in the competition this week as they both take on the French national team in the French championships. Europe by teams in 2022.
Of the 125 players who will compete for the €40,000 prize, the Azzurri on the pitch are: Gregorio De Leo, currently in third place in the ODM Ranking who could move up to first place with this week’s win, Stefano Mazzoli, Riccardo Brigoli, Manfredi Manica, Andrea Sarachino, Michele Ortolani, Eduardo Gilletta, Ludovico Adappo, Michele C, amateur Andrea Ferraris, Gianmaria Ren Trenchero, Alessandro Notaro, Federico Zochetti, Carlo Casalegno, Giacomo Fortini, Giacomo Fortini, Fedovico, Takayuki Matsui.
Challenge Tour – Golf Foddell Challenge
From July 7-10, Road to Mallorca travels to France for the Golf Fodrell Challenge. The French participating in the competition are part of the French Special Order of Merit that will secure the first (to the total scores obtained at this week’s Blot Open de Bretagne and Le Vaudreuil Golf Challenge events) a place at the Cazo French Open National Golf Championship, which will take place in September .
Ugo Coussaud is currently in pole position to qualify for the top spot in the competition and will be on the field this week to try to secure his victory. Four-time DP World Tour champion Marcel Siem won the event in 2021, taking home the title of the first challenge round at the Vaudreuil Golf Challenge.
The event is a huge part of the Tour schedule, with six of the eight finalists taking part in the DP World Tour. Sim 2021 winner Richard McEvoy 2018, champion Aaron Ray, 2017 winner, 2016 winner Alexander Bjork, 2015 champion Ryan Fox, Andrew Biff Johnston, 2014 winner.
Everyone plays and wins in the main ring. The blues on the court are Luca Cianchetti, Lorenzo Scalise, Matteo Manassero, Federico Maccario and Edoardo Raffaele Lipparelli DP World Tour – Genesis Scottish Open
The Genesis Scottish Open will take place from 7-10 July at the Renaissance Club in North Berwick, Scotland.
The event has been approved by the PGA Tour and DP World Tour and is a concrete sign of the agreements reached in November 2020 that were cemented to 2035 last week. In Historic History: The 50th Anniversary of the Opening of Litigation.
The North Berwick Renaissance Club is hosting the Genesis Scottish Open for the fourth year in a row, but, of course, this is the first time so many PGA Tour members have taken part in the course. Adjacent to Muirfield, the Renaissance Club is located on the south bank of the Firth of Forth.
It’s PAR 70 with five PAR 3 and three PAR 5. Since the last edition of the tournament, the seventh hole has been reduced to PAR 4 by 462 metres. These are the most significant of the many changes made to the track, which also include the creation of new trail bunkers.
At 6,617 metres, the Renaissance Club is no longer tall by professional tour standards, but coastal breezes add a lot to the challenge.