Saint-Briac-sur-Mer. The Grand Prix de Bretagne golf has begun. sport

The drought gives cold sweats to the organizers of a trophy created in 1927, by the Dinard Golf. The tradition will nevertheless be maintained and the international competition promises suspense which will benefit the spectators, who are still numerous. “Indeed, the public will be able to follow the competition, all along the course”, book Jean-Guillaume Legros, director of Dinard Golf, in Saint-Briac-sur-Mer (Ille-et-Vilaine).

The serious things will begin Thursday August 11, 2022. They will continue until Monday August 15, with, as a highlight, the Yvon Bourges trophy. The players, men and women, are in the starting blocks, continues Jean-Guillaume Legros. “We have registered 250 commitments. It should therefore be a good vintage. »

“The wind, a formidable adversary”

We will have to do with the heat, but also with the accommodation, tempers Jean-Guillaume Legros. “Some players have difficulty finding accommodation. Fortunately, families are opening their homes. » This is also the spirit of golf.

Difficult to make predictions, suitable for the organizers. “There are potential winners. Except that in Saint-Briac, the wind is a formidable adversary, which can assess at any time, upsetting the rankings. » The Briacin Maxime Legros, back from the United States, will still be in his garden. “He placed second, in 2021, and probably will get his revenge. »

Dry, yes, but the terrain is still playable, according to the testers. “We miss green very much. But the fun is there and the scenery is still just as fantastic. » At the start of the week, many walkers were also criss-crossing the walkway, their eyes fixed on the little white ball. “We are of course looking forward to doing the course with the players. »

Until Monday, August 15, 2022, in Saint-Briac-sur-Mer.


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