Woods and McIlroy launch semi-virtual golf for TV

Stars Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy have announced the launch of a series of semi-virtual golf competitions, dubbed “Tech-Infused Golf League», on connected practices, in rooms, for a younger audience. In a two-hour TV-friendly format, six three-player PGA teams will compete over a 15-game regular season between January and April, leading to a semi-final and … Read more

Inès Laklalech’s Olympic dream

From left to right, Me Mustapha Zine, Deputy President of the FRMG, Inès Laklalech, Moroccan professional golfer, and Jalil Benazzouz, President of the FRMG Sports Commission. Ph. Saouri Winner of the Lacoste Ladies Open de France, tournament of the Ladies European Tour (LET), Inès Laklalech signs the greatest feat of Moroccan golf on the international … Read more

French Open: “It will take two big days on Saturday and Sunday”, slips Victor Perez

Like Thursday in the first round, the French number one Victor Perez returned a card of 69 (-2). He ranks at the gates of the top 10 after two laps. In Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, Victor Perez keeps pace on national golf. “Today I played better but not scored better, and yesterday I played less well but I … Read more

French Open: Paul Barjon’s beautiful day

No, you are not dreaming, thirty-nine years and six months separate the dean of the tricolor contingent of this Open de France, Thomas Levet (54), winner of the tournament in 2011 and guest in his capacity, from his youngest, Hugo Le Goff (14 years old), 2021 French amateur champion. It is all the charm (or … Read more

Højgaard hits hard, French golf too

Rasmus Hojgaard PAUL CHILDREN / PANORAMIC The Dane returned a fabulous card of 62 (-9) at the start of the tournament. The French also shone. In Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, The Højgaard twin brothers shone in the bright sunshine of domestic golf on Thursday. Nicolaï is 24th at -2. Special mention for Rasmus. With a fabulous card of … Read more

Patrick Reed, a discreet American star

Patrick Roseau PAUL CHILDREN / PANORAMIC Present at the Golf National during the Cazoo Open de France, the Texan assumes his choice to have joined the controversial circuit of the LIV Golf Series. And don’t be surprised not to be welcomed with open arms by the European Tour In Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, In a not so distant … Read more

Paul Barjon, provisionally leading the French Open: “The blows parent as I want”

Paul Barjon (65, -6), leader after his first lap one step ahead of Jamie Donaldson and James Morrison: “A good start, a great shot, a bit like in my reconnaissance game on Wednesday. The moves parent as I want, a bit like on console. The tournament is long, one day is fine, but you have … Read more

“Passing the cut is doable and why not a top 10?”

Thomas Levet PHIL INGLIS / GETTY IMAGES EUROPE – AFP Invited by the European Tour, Thomas Levet is participating this week in his 29th Open de France. In Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, At 54, the winner of the 2011 edition – ” It’s been eleven years already, I feel like it was yesterday » – Winner six times … Read more

Patrick Reed: “The treatment of the European Tour? It’s a gift “

“Four years after the Ryder Cup, you are back as a LIV player, a member of the 4 Aces and retired from the PGA Tour. A situation then unimaginable?Four years ago, I would never have imagined that such a circuit would take place, with this desire to change everything in golf. The LIV has taken … Read more