LIV international Series, controversial debut



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LIV international Series, controversial debut

Inevitably, observers of world golf will watch with intrigued eyes the first round of the LIV Golf Invitational Series in London. At the same time, The PGA Tour will be in Canada. A joint event will bring together the Ladies European Tour and the DP World Tour in Sweden.

We will also play on the Challenge Tour, the Alps Tour, the LETAS and the Epson Tour.

LIV international Series, schedule

PGA Tour: RBC Canadian Open, St. George's G&CC, Toronto, Canada
From June 9 to 12 A week away from the US Open, this RBC Canadian Open will look great despite competition from the LIV Golf Invitational Series at the Centurion Club, near London (see below).

After two years of absence, the Canadian event will see Rory McIlroy defend his title in the middle of Cameron Smith, Justin Thomas or Scottie Scheffler. Paul Barjon will also be present in Ontario, not far from the center of Toronto.

Ladies European Tour / DP World Tour: Volvo Car Scandinavian Mixed, Halmstad GC, Tylösand, Sweden
From June 9 to 12 The first edition was a great success. Henrik Stenson and Annika Sörenstam are therefore back in action for this mixed event between the men of the DP World Tour and the women of the Ladies European Tour (LET).

Emma Grechi, Agathe Sauzon, Lucie Malchirand, Charlotte Liautier, Anne-Lise Caudal, Matthieu Pavon, Julien Guerrier, Romain Langasque, Julien Brun, Benjamin Hébert, Mike Lorenzo-Vera and Robin Roussel are currently registered.

LIV International Series: 2022 LIV International Series London, Centurion Golf Club, London, England
From June 9 to 11 For months, these controversial but so lucrative LIV Golf Invitational Series have been agitating the golf community.

They begin this Thursday in London on the Centurion Club. 25 million dollars in prize money (including 5 for the team formula), 54 holes, shot-gun starts, no cut, 48 players and a team classification… The format is intended to be revolutionary.

If no French were taken despite the desire of some to participate, three former world number 1 and 2 members of the world top 20 will be present. Including Sergio Garcia (cover photo). LPGA Tour: ShopRite LPGA Classic Presented by Acer, Seaview, Bay Course, Galloway, New Jersey
From June 10 to 12 Céline Boutier will have a somewhat special status this week: she will indeed be the “defending champion”.

The Francilienne had won this three-round event last year with a superb last day concluded in 63 (-8). Perrine Delacour but also Agathe Laisné and Céline Herbin will accompany him to New Jersey. Challenge Tour: Empordà Challenge, Empordà Golf, Girona, Spain
From June 9 to 12 Between two events in the Czech Republic, the Challenge Tour is stopping over again in Spain.

Sixteen French people will travel to the Costa Brava in a complex which has two very beautiful courses, a links course (played for this competition) and another in the forest. Alps Tour: Mirabelle d’Or Open 2022, Golf de La Grange aux Ormes, Metz, Moselle
From June 10 to 12 The Alps Tour players will compete in the first of two events that will take place on French soil this season.

This Mirabelle d'Or Open will see a tricolor defend his title, Franck Médale. Epson Tour: Carolina Golf Classic presented by Blue Cross NC, Kinston Country Club, Kinston, North Carolina
From June 9 to 12 Emma Broze, Julie Aimé and Elodie Chapelet continue their season in the antechamber of the LPGA.

The first named is still well placed to win her card on the upper floor with her provisional 13th place overall. Ladies European Tour Access Series: Montauban Ladies Open, Golf De Montauban, Tarn-et-Garonne
From June 10 to 12 They will be more than thirty Tricolores (including twenty amateurs) to take part in this Montauban Ladies Open where they will face a par 72 of 5,774 meters.