LPGA Gainbridge Classic The LPGA tour returns at last to Lake Nona Golf and Country Club, in Orlando , Florida, for the Gainbridge LPGA. The course designed by Tom Fazio is between 6366 yards and 7200 yards, the former the more likely length for this event. Known for its beauty and quality the course is an adequate test. on
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Genesis Open at Riviera The USPGA Tour is the only act going at the moment, but it goes to the iconic Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, California, George Thomas, the doyen of US architects in the golden years and William Bell, also well regarded designed the course, which has with gradual upgrades stood the test of time and
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am The PGA Tour is the only competition of note this week with Covid hitting European Tour and LPGA schedules, The ladies don’t play until 25th February and the European Tour not until 8th March. Elite members will play in the WGC on 25th February. The Tour heads to Pebble Beach for the AT&T Pebble Beach
Saudi International 2021 The European Tour still sunning themselves in the Arabian Gulf, move this week to Saudi Arabia to the European Golf Design at Royal Greens Golf and Country Club. The course considered one of the best in the Middle East, plays to 6900 yards 6270 metres par 72. Betfair has some attractive pricing
Omega Dubai Desert Classic Staying in the desert, the European Tour moves to Dubai for the Omega Dubai Desert Classic. Someone must be buying watches with the Rolex events and the Omega desert classics. The Emirates Golf Club, the First grass course in Dubai was designed by Karl Litten and is 7300 yards (6660m) par 72. Low scores are