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The Best Players in the World Reunited Again at Players on the Program of the Week

The PGA Tour is stopping off at the must-see TPC Sawgrass course this week. The European circuit is back with a stage in Kenya where 14 French people are at the start. The LET continues a second test in South Africa with 8 Tricolores. We will also keep an eye on the performance of the only Frenchman involved in the Asian Tour in Thailand, Jérémy Gandon.

PGA Tour: The Players Championship, TPC Sawgrass (THE PLAYERS Stadium Course), Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida

March 9 to 12

Despite the absence of Tiger Woods but also of the defending champion Cameron Smith and the other exiles from LIV Golf, the Players will be an opportunity to once again find the gratin of world golf on the mythical Pete & Alice Dye course of TPC Sawgrass and its famous green on the island of 17. Jon Rahm, Scottie Scheffler, Rory McIlroy…, the battle promises to be intense once again around the enormous prize money of 25 million dollars.

DP World Tour: Magical Kenya Open, Muthaiga GC, Nairobi, Kenya

March 9 to 12

After a week’s break, the DP World Tour players meet at Muthaiga GC, near Nairobi. Only two players from the world’s top 100, Adrian Otaegui and Robert MacIntyre, will travel to Kenya. Fourteen Tricolores including Antoine Rozner, Julien Brun, Romain Langasque, Alexander Levy and Julien Guerrier are to follow. While Tom Vaillant, third on the Challenge Tour 15 days ago, is among the guests this week.

Asian Tour: International Series Thailand, Black Mountain Golf Club, Prachaubkirikhan, Thailand

March 9 to 12

Jérémy Gandon will start his season on the Asian circuit with an International Series tournament and its $2 million prize pool. It will be measured against a par 72 named seven times the most beautiful course in Thailand.

LET: Investec SA Women’s Open, Steenberg Golf Club, Cape Town, South Africa

From March 8 to 11

They will be eight Blues to try their luck in the South African Open, the second consecutive event in the country of the Springboks with the members of the Sunshine Ladies Tour. Mora, Caudal, Grechi, Sauzon, Meyssonnier, Nadaud, Peronnin and Chevalier will do battle on a par 72 where the inevitable Lee-Anne Pace won last year.


LPGA Tour: Break

Next tournament: LPGA Drive On Championship, Superstition Mountain Golf and Country Club, Gold Canyon, Arizona

From March 23 to 26

Challenge Tour: Break

Next tournament: Duncan Taylor Black Bull Challenge, Karnataka Golf Association, Bangalore, India

From March 23 to 26

Korn Ferry Tour: Break

Next tournament: Club Car Championship at The Landings Golf & Athletic Club, The Landings Golf & Athletic Club, Savannah, Georgia

From March 23 to 26

Alps Tour: Break

Next tournament: Alps de Las Castillas 2023, Palomarejos Golf Club; Toledo, Spain

April 22-24

Pro Golf Tour: Season over

Next tournament: Red Sea Ain Sokhna Classic 2023, Sokhna Golf Club, Suez, Egypt

March 14 to 16

Epson Tower: Break

Next tournament: Carlisle Arizona Women’s Golf Classic, Longbow Golf Club, Mesa, Arizone

From March 16 to 19

LETAS: Break

Next tournament: Terre Blanche Ladies Open, Golf De Terre Blanche, Tourrettes, Var

From April 13 to 15

Source: Golf Planete