The Legends Tour remains again in England


The Legends Tour remains again in England
The Legends Tour remains again in England

The Legends Tour remains in England for The Legends Tour Trophy (August 12-14) where the Italian Emanuele Canonica will be on the field.

Legends Tour, results

On the course of the Hanbury Manor Marriot Hotel & Country Club in Ware, near London, in the tournament organized by the home athlete Simon Khan (winner of the BMW PGA Championship in 2010) five of the best ten of the order of merit competed: l England's Peter Baker (No.

2), two-time winner this year, Brazil's Adilson Da Silva (No. 4), also with two season titles, Welshman Phillip Price (No. 6), three times top ten, Phillip Archer (No. 8) and Argentine Ricardo González (No. 10). In addition to these last chances - among others - also for the Welshman Stephen Dodd, the Indian Jeev Milkha Singh, the Swede Niclas Fasth and for the Scotsman Euan Mcintosh.

Designed by Jack Nicklaus II and listed as a top 100 golf course in the UK, the Hanbury Manor Marriott Hotel & Country Club has previously hosted many DP World and Legends Tour events such as the English Championship (2020), the Sinclair Invitational (2019) and the Willow Senior Classic (2016 – 2018).

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