The European Tour today confirmed that Morocco’s Trofe Hasan II, scheduled for October 21-24, has been canceled due to the continued impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The decision was also canceled after discussions with the Association Dutro Fehasan II Organizing Committee, led by HRH Prince Moulay Rachid, Royal Golf Dar Essalam and the Ladies European Tour.
The European Tour plans to schedule an alternative tournament in the free week, but there is no clear plan for where it is at this stage. The Solheim Cup organizers and BMW today announced that they will be hosting a BMW Celebrity Match during the 2021 Solheim Cup Week. The match will take place from August 31st to September 6th at the Invanes Club in Toledo, Ohio.
The celebrity match will take place on Thursday, September 2nd at 2:00 pm at the Invanes Club, where celebrities and players compete for the inauguration crown. Becky Newwell, Tournament Director of the Solheim Cup, said:
“This match was designed with fans in mind as a way to improve the experience of those participating in the Solheim Cup. These players kick off to one of the most prominent teams in women’s golf. I’m looking forward to trying my hand at the Invanes Club. Event “.
In a celebrity match, two teams scramble to tee off number 10. Participants include three US Solheim Cup team captains and 31 LPGA Tour winner Juli Inkster, six US team members and major champion Morgan Pressel, a radio hall host and a former NFL Defensive Blinman. increase. Mike Goritsu.
One of the teams will be captained by three-time Grammy-winning country artist Darius Rucker, who sells multi-platinum. “The Solheim Cup is a prestigious event that I always enjoy watching as a great golf fan,” Lacquer said.
“I’m honored to be on the same course as these talented players. I can’t wait for the friendly competition in celebrity matches!”
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Trophée Hassan II canceled in Covid-19
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