Three Dutchmen at the Ryder Cup course, Anne van Dam and Dewi Weber in Portland • Golf.nl

15-18 DP World Tour, DS Open Italian Car Championship, Marco Simone Golf & Country Club, Rome. Position Prize: €3,000,000 Leaderboard

15-18 LPGA, AmazingCre Portland Classic, Columbia Edgewater Country Club, Portland, Oregon. Prize Money: $1,500,000 Leaderboard

15-17 Women’s European Tour, Women’s Lacoste French Open, Golf Barriere Deauville, Deauville, France. Position Prize: €325,000 Leaderboard

16-18 LIV Golf, LIV Golf Invitational Series Chicago, Rich Harvest Farms, Sugar Grove, Illinois. Prize Money: $25,000,000 Leaderboard

15-18 PGA Tour, Fortinet Championship, Silverado Resort & Spa, Napa, California. Prize money: $8,000,000 leaderboard

15-18 Challenge Tour, Open de Portugal, Royal Bidos Spa & Golf Resort, Vau Bidos, Portugal. Position prize: €250,000 leaderboard

14-16 LET Access, ASGI Lavaux Ladies Open, Golf de Lavaux, Puidoux, Switzerland. Position prize: €40,000 leaderboard

17-18 Amateur, Stroke Play National Championships for girls and boys up to 15 years old, Eddy’s Golf Club Papendale, Arnhem. leaderboard

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15-18 DP World Tour, DS Open Italian Car Championship, Marco Simone Golf & Country Club, Rome. His position prize: 3,000,000 euros

A week into the Ryder Cup qualifying process, we’re at the track where the fireworks between Team Europe and Team USA will take place in over a year. At the 79th Italian Open, just like last year, we got a taste of what Marco Simone Golf & Country Club’s new course has to offer. Before the Tour returns here in 2021 after 27 years, the course was completely redesigned, also due to the intersection of several holes; Not ideal for the Ryder Cup. With the new design, rolling terrain is better used and there are more risks and rewards in the background. Anyway, the area is quite Italian with olive gardens, a distinguished castle, and St Peter’s Basilica in the distance.

Will, Jost, and Dunn

With 2023 already in the minds of Europeans eager to take revenge on the Whistling Straits, it’s no surprise that a number of golfers hoping and in some cases anticipating to play here next year have already embarked on an expedition. Under the eyes of Captain Luke Donald, newcomer Rory McIlroy, Victor Hovland, Terrell Hutton, Matt Fitzpatrick (and brother Alex), the Hoggard brothers and home favorite Francesco Molinari appear. The same goes for Wil Besseling, Daan Huizing and Joost Luiten, who is confident in the game he’s currently playing and aims to surpass his results from last year (T18) on Marco Simone.

TV: Ziggo Sport Golf: Thursday and Friday 13:30 – 18:30, Saturday and Sunday 13:30 – 18:00

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15-18 LPGA, AmazingCre Portland Classic, Columbia Edgewater Country Club, Portland, Oregon. Prize money: $1,500,000

The LPGA is heading west this week for the longest-running non-major tournament on the calendar. Portland Classic has found a new major sponsor for the Korean brand AmazingCre (apparel and other golf accessories). This is fitting because South Korea is the country with the most players in the Women’s League Top 100, despite the absence of the group’s best Jin Young-koo and current champion. Without it, the Portland Classic team returns this week to Edgewater Country Club, which has become a popular destination for fans and athletes over the years.

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Who will be there next? Well, Dewey Webber and Anne Van Damme for example. Both Dutch flag holders are in lower status and have a main goal of finishing in the top 100 of the “Point List”. This should definitely be possible for Weber, it’s in place 105 and the differences aren’t too big. Nelly Korda leads the field, and Brooke Henderson, Leona Maguire and Georgia Hall are also among the crowd pullers. The latter won two years ago at Edgewater Country Club. Special attention will also be given to Swedish star Maja Stark, who along with compatriot Lynn Grant, won LET and conquered her LPGA tag by winning the combined event in Northern Ireland.

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15-17 Women’s European Tour, Women’s Lacoste French Open, Golf Barriere Deauville, Deauville, France. Position Award: €325,000

Pasqualle Coffa was in better shape on the Women’s European Tour. She’s missed the cutoff in five of her last six tournaments, but thankfully has received an invitation to the French Open. This tournament in Normandy has a better packed prize pool than many other LET events, and it’s a good motivation for the Brabant girl to turn the page and get out of trouble. This should also happen now, because there probably won’t be much play options for Coffa then. Looking at the current starting rosters on the tour’s website, she can only make it to the Irish Open next week. Take a look below to see what your first springboard looks like in Deauville.

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16-18 LIV Golf, LIV Golf Invitational Series Chicago, Rich Harvest Farms, Sugar Grove, Illinois. His position prize: $25,000,000

After stirring things up at Wentworth last week, the LIV golfers are back together for the fifth event in the Invitational Series. Since it looks a little better on the label, it says this is happening in Chicago, but to be in the middle A city where the wind blows To park, you still have to drive the sloppy 80 kilometers from Rich Harvest’s ranch. The same is true of the previous meeting in Boston, where Dustin Johnson was the best after the most exciting finale yet.

He ranks #1 in the world with $7.7 million in four events. This is without any additional earnings from team competitions, which are currently dominated by “4 Aces GC”. With three straight wins, “ice” Pat Perez, who has yet to perform as a singles on the LIV, has so far earned 2.25 million.

TV: Viaplay: Friday to Sunday 19:00 – 1:30

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15-18 PGA Tour, Fortinet Championship, Silverado Resort & Spa, Napa, California. Position Award: $8,000,000

There is a lot to look forward to in the upcoming PGA Tour season. A beautiful change of scenery: the world’s best performers will often come together. Next year, 12 “high events” will be played with prize money of at least $20 million. The Fortinet is not among those a week before the Presidents Cup, so the Crème de la crème is missing. We have five internationals on the field in Napa, California, that we’ll also see at Quail Hollow next week: Hideki Matsuyama, Corey Conners, Taylor Pendrith, Cam Davis and Max Homa, who happens to be the defending champion here at the Silverado Resort. .

Television: Discovery + / GolfTV: Thursday and Friday 16:00-03:00, Saturday and Sunday 00:00-03:00

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15-18 Challenge Tour, Open de Portugal, Royal Bidos Spa & Golf Resort, Vau Bidos, Portugal. Position prize: €250,000

Event #23 out of a total of 29 this year brings the Challenge Tour to Portugal. The National Open for this country is smaller in size than the Portugal Masters on the DP World Tour and has been played at a lower level for several years now. The Royal Óbidos Course, designed by Seve Ballesteros, has been the home of this tournament since 2020, but Dutch golfers haven’t had much success here. Will Lars van Megel and Robbie Van West change this? In any case, the two can use a good result, because the crop will still be rather poor in 2022.

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14-16 LET Access, ASGI Lavaux Ladies Open, Golf de Lavaux, Puidoux, Switzerland. Prize for his position: €40,000

After a week or two of rest, golfers on the LET Access series are ready for the “final stretch” of their season. Four more tournaments to go including the final in Spain. But we start in Switzerland. Near Lake Geneva, with a view of the Alps and Les Diablerets for skiers, six Dutchmen showed up at the Lavaux Ladies Open: Lauren Holmey, Zhen Bontan, Nikki Hofstede, Marit Harryvan, Lizzy Peeters and Anouk Sohier. Holmey is still fifth in the standings and has to secure that LET card, while National Open winner Bontan (#15) isn’t quite out of the race. However, to get another chance, she has to double her score.

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