Presidents Cup is the big event of this week

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Presidents Cup is the big event of this week

In addition to the Cazoo Open de France to the DP World Tour calendar, we will keep an eye on the Presidents Cup in North Carolina. For girls, the LPGA is heading to Arkansas and the LET is packing its bags in Ireland.

Golf, schedule

Presidents Cup: Quail Hollow Club, Charlotte, North Carolina
From September 22 to 25 This fourteenth edition of the USA/Rest of the world confrontation will take place in North Carolina.

The twelve Americans and twelve Internationals will face a long par 72 over 7600 yards (6840m). Find here the team of Davis Love and that of Trevor Immelman. DP World Tour: Cazoo Open de France, Le Golf National, Guyancourt, Yvelines
From September 22 to 25 After two years of absence, the French Open is back to the delight of French golf.

The best Tricolores will be present (Victor Perez, Antoine Rozner, etc.), as will several amateurs (Julien Sale, Martin Couvra, Tom Vaillant, etc.) and the very young 2021 French Champion at 13, Hugo Le Goff. Paul Barjon will also make his first appearance there.

In total, nearly thirty Blues will try their luck on the Albatross, just like the divisive Patrick Reed who finds himself 4 years after the course of the 2018 Ryder Cup. LPGA Tour: Walmart NW Arkansas Championship Presented by P&G, Pinnacle Country Club, Rogers, Arkansas
From September 23 to 25 After trying to defend her title at the Lacoste Ladies Open de France in Deauville, Céline Boutier is back on the LPGA with a tournament played over three days.

She will be accompanied by Pauline Roussin-Bouchard, Céline Herbin and Agathe Laisné who did not make the cut last week in Portland. LET: KPMG Women's Irish Open, Dromoland Castle, Newmarket-on-Fergus, Ireland
From September 22 to 25 The European Women's Tour heads to Ireland this week and national star Leona Maguire will be in attendance.

To accompany him on this par 72, nine Tricolores will make the trip to Munster, near Limerick. Challenge Tour: Swiss Challenge, Golf Saint Apollinaire, Folgensbourg, Haut-Rhin
From September 22 to 25 This Swiss Challenge will have a small particularity, it will be played in … France!

Golf Saint Apollinaire is located a few kilometers from the Swiss border. A dozen Tricolores will be in the game. Epson Tour: Murphy USA El Dorado Shootout, Mystic Creek Golf Club, El Dorado, Arkansas
From September 23 to 25 Emma Broze and Julie Aimé will participate in the penultimate tournament of the season which will be played in Arkansas.

LETAS: Rose Ladies Open, The Melbourne Club At Brocket Hall, Hertfordshire, England
From September 23 to 25 The LETAS players travel to England for the best-endowed tournament of the season (€65,000). Eight French women, including recent LETAS winner Nastasia Nadaud, will be among the hundred or so participants.