Some of the best players in the world will meet in the Bahamas at the invitation of Tiger Woods who is making his return to competition on this occasion. Once again, there will be two European Tour events this week: The Australian Open in Melbourne and the South African Open.
Tiger Woods is back! He will be at the start of the Hero World Challenge, a small field tournament (20 players), counting for the world ranking but not for the FedEx Cup. More than four months after his last appearance at The Open, he faced the cream of the crop with Jon Rahm, Collin Morikawa and defending champion Viktor Hovland.
DP World Tour: South African Open Championship, Blair Atholl Golf & Equestrian Estate, Johannesburg, South Africa
From December 1 to 4 Romain Langasque will try to take advantage of his good form at the moment for this second of three consecutive events in South Africa.
He will be accompanied by David Ravetto, Clément Sordet, Robin Sciot-Siegrist and Jeong Weon Ko. Mike Lorenzo-Vera (1st reserve), Gary Stal and Adrien Saddier are still on the waiting list at the time of writing. DP World Tour: ISPS Handa Australian Open, Victoria GC, Melbourne, Australia
From December 1 to 4 We take the same and start again.
Pierre Pineau will again face the winner of the 150th The Open, Cameron Smith who will try to grab a second consecutive victory in his country after his 3rd triumph in the Australian PGA Championship this Sunday. They will face a rhythmic par 70 dotted with numerous bunkers.
LPGA Tour: Season over
Next tournament: Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions, Lake Nona G. and C.C., Orlando, Florida From January 19 to 22 LET: Season over LIV International Series: Season over Challenge Tour: Season over Alps Tour: Season over Pro Golf Tour: Season over Epson Tour: Season over LETAS: season over