LETAS, the fourth event of season in France

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LETAS, the fourth event of season in France
LETAS, the fourth event of season in France

Alessia Fornara, Martina Flori, Marta Spiazzi, Caterina Tatti, Erika De Martini and Sara Berselli will be on the field for the fourth event of the LETAS season, the Montauban Ladies Open (9-11 June), a tournament that has been taking place since 2019 and which returns this year for its fourth edition.

On the course of the Golf de Montauban l'Estang, in France, 13 of the best 15 of the order of merit of the circuit competed. Among all the favorites of the prediction go to the number 1 in the ranking, the Danish Sofie Kibsgaard Nielsen and the French Lucie Andre (n.

2), winner of the first event of the season in Spain. The Danish Fie Olsen (n. 3) champion of the Flumserberg Ladies Open, the last stage of the LETAS which took place with a mixed formula, will try to conquer another title.

LETAS season, the Montauban Ladies Open

From the starting tee, therefore, even six blue, who will try to get good performances.

Martina Flori and Erika De Martini have already obtained the first points for the order of merit in the previous seasonal competitions of the Tour. A total of 108 athletes will take the field. At the end of the first two days, the cut will leave in the race only the best 45 and tied, with the last useful score.

The winner will receive a check for 7,200 euros out of a prize pool of 45,000. In 1144, Count Alfonso Jordán founded Montauban.6 It will be the first bastide in history. From the 1530s onwards the population of Montauban converted to Protestantism to become fully Huguenot at the start of the Wars of Religion.7 In 1556, the mass for the death of Henry II was not held until after eight months.

In January 1561, the Protestant cult is public; Catholic monks are not allowed to pray in the month of August. The bishop is expelled and the only consuls in the city are Protestants.8 In 1598, Henry IV having granted religious rights to the Protestants of France by the Edict of Nantes, he granted the latter about sixty seats.

Montauban will be one of the most important security posts granted by the decree, along with Nimes and La Rochelle. Manuel Azaña, president of the Second Spanish Republic, is buried in Montauban. Montauban, like other cities in the south of France, saw for years thousands of exiled Spaniards fleeing Francoism settle, initially provisionally.