Aramco Team Series-London, two events in one

Virginia Elena Carta and Alessandra Fanali, who will defend the blue colors at the Paris Olympics, will be among the 108 competitors taking part in the Aramco Team Series Presented by PIF

by Andrea Gussoni
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Aramco Team Series-London, two events in one
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Virginia Elena Carta and Alessandra Fanali, who will defend the blue colors at the Paris Olympics, will be among the 108 competitors taking part in the Aramco Team Series Presented by PIF – London (3-5 July), the third of the five Aramco-branded tournaments that will take place from 3 to 5 July.

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Double show on the Centurion Club course, in St. Albans in England, where there will be competition for the individual competition over the distance of 54 holes, and for the team competition (team of three teams and an amateur) on the first 36.

The overall prize money is of one million dollars, 500,000 for each event. Excellent quality field, with eight among the top ten in the order of merit and nine seasonal winners. Seven are in the top ten: the English Bronte Law (no.

1 and her success in 2022) and Alice Hewson (no. 5), who scored in the previous VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open, the Swiss Chiara Tamburlini (no. 3), the Belgian Manon De Roey (n. 4), the Singaporean Shannon Tan (n. 7), the Spanish Marta Martin (n.

8) and the Danish Nicole Broch Estrup (n. 10), first with two other players in the Australian Women's Classic, of which only one round took place due to bad weather. Completing the list of ten is Englishman Charley Hull (n. 6), world number 8, among the most popular in the eve's predictions, second last year overtaken by world leader Nelly Korda, absent on the occasion.

Also on the top step of the podium were the Thai Patty Tavatanakit, who won the Saudi Ladies International in February, another Aramco-sponsored event with a prize pool of five million dollars, and the English Amy Taylor, who won the Ladies Italian Open.

Other possible protagonists include the American Angel Yin, the Irish Leona Maguire, the Danish Emily Kristine Pedersen, the Indian Diksha Dagar, the Australian Kirsten Rudgeley, the Swedish Caroline Hedwall and the Iberian Maria Hernandez.

In the lead is another past winner, the Norwegian Marianne Skarpnord (2021). This is all about this tournament in 2024 that it takes place in London.

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