Boutier, Delacour, Roussin-Bouchard at the start of the first women’s major of the season!

With spring, the adult season begins! Honor the ladies with the Chevron Championship at Rancho Mirage in California, following in the footsteps of Patricia Meunier-Lebouc, the last French Grand Slam winner. With a week to go before the Masters, PGA Tour players are trying to get their ticket to Augusta, Texas. Both the LET and the Challenge Tour will remain in South Africa, while the LETAS season kicks off in Terre Blanche.

PGA Tour: Valero Texas Open, TPC San Antonio (Oaks Course), San Antonio, TX

From March 31 to April 3

Paul Barjon and his PGA Tour peers will be in Texas this weekend to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Valero Texas Open. a week of teacherssome will prepare the first major of the season while others will fight to get the last ticket promised to the winner.

LPGA Tour: Chevron Championship, Mission Hills Country Club, Dinah Shore Tournament Course, Rancho Mirage, CA

From March 31 to April 3

We will have to get used to it, we are no longer talking about the ANA Inspiration but about the Chevron Championship. And for its fortieth edition, the middle finger makes its jubilee in mission hills in California. Celine Boutierin top form at this start of the season, he is one of the serious candidates for the title and could imitate Patricia Meunier-Leboucwinner in 2003. perrine delacour will also have something to say, like Pauline Roussin-Bouchard classified by virtue of their good results at the beginning of the season. nelly kordain trouble due to a thrombosis in his arm, he will be the great absentee from the tournament.

Ladies European Tour: Investec South African Women’s Open, Steenberg Golf Club, Cape Town, South Africa

From March 30 to April 2

the players of Women’s European Tour they follow a second round in South Africa with their Sunshine Ladies Tour counterparts. This time they will play four rounds on a very green par 72 on the outskirts of Cape Town.

Emma Grechi, Agathe Sauzon, Lucie Malchirand, Céline Herbin, Manon Gidali, Charlotte Liautier, Anne-Charlotte Mora, Anne-Lise Caudal, Anaïs Meyssonnier, Camille Chevalier, Marion Duvernay and Julie Maisongrosse are at the top.

Challenge Tour: Limpopo Championship, Euphoria GC, Limpopo, South Africa

From March 31 to April 3

The South African tour ends this week with a sixth consecutive tournament in the country, once again in the hands of the tour of the sun. About fifteen tricolors will follow.

Ladies European Tour Access Series: Terre Blanche Ladies Open, Golf De Terre Blanche, Tourrettes, Var

From March 31 to April 2

it’s the beginning of the season LEAVE ASand will take place in France in the magnificent Golf of Terre Blanche. This first tournament will be an opportunity to follow more than twenty French women, including many young and promising players who will try to succeed Linn Grant, brilliant winner in October.

The French
Lucie Andre, Yvie Chaucheprat, Emma Ambroise, Laure Sibille, Mathilda Cappeliez, Charlotte Charrayre (a), Maylis Lamoure (a), Constance Fouillet (a), Emma Falcher (a), Ines Archer (a), Nastasia Nadaud (a) , Vairana Heck (a), Carla De Troia (a), Louise Reau (a), Valentine Delon (a), Camile Min-Gaultier (a), Lena Tremouille (a), Tsara Ralamboarison (a), Clemence Cadeac (a ), Nawel Ben Letaief (a), Carlotta Locatelli (a), Mila Jurine (a), Noemie Boulbes (a), Anna Pillard (a).

DP World Tour: Break

next tournament : ISPS Handa Spanish Championship, Campo Lagos, Infinitum, Tarragona

From April 21 to 24

Alps Tour: Rest

next tournament : Abruzzo Alps Open 2022, Miglianico Golf & Country Club, Pescara, Italy

From April 13 to 15

Professional Golf Tour: Rest

next tournament : Red Sea Ain Sokhna Classic 2022, Golf Club Sokhna, Ain Suchna, Egypt.

From April 12 to 14

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