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Golf – EPGA – The European Tour will resume well at the end of July

The team unveiled it in early May, the 100% British resumption of the European Tour is confirmed. It should arrive a week earlier than planned, even if the officials of the continental circuit did not yet wish to communicate officially on this future calendar. Initially scheduled from July 30 to August 2, the British Masters which will (r) open the ball should be advanced by one week (July 23-26) according to our latest information. Will follow, except health reversal, four tournaments in succession having several points in common: – All will be played on tracks having a certain habit of hosting high level events: Close House (British Masters), Forest of Harden (European Senior Masters last year), Hanbury Manor (Sinclair Invitational last year, on the Senior Tour) and Celtic Manor (Ryder Cup 2010, Wales Open) which should even receive two tournaments back-to-back. – All these sites offer a hotel large enough to house the entire field on site. – Apart from the British Masters (£ 2M), the tournaments will be well endowed with 1 million euros financed mainly by the Tour itself. – Finally, these five events on British soil will be well played behind closed doors. You have to go back to the 80s to find such a series of tournaments made in GB. 22 tournaments by the end of the year? According to information disclosed by The Telegraph, 22 tournaments would be scheduled by the end of the year. Events in Portugal or Austria would be on the menu. Just like a new series of autumn tournaments in the British Isles, including the BMW PGA Championship (Wentworth), the Scottish Open (The Renaissance) and the Dunhill Links (St Andrews) should be part of it. “Data-reactid =” 19 “> The information should be made official in the coming days, but the European Tour will resume well at the end of July, and five tournaments in Great Britain will be held behind closed doors. The team revealed in early May, the 100% British recovery of the European Tour is confirmed. It should arrive a week earlier than planned, even if the officials of the continental circuit did not yet wish to communicate officially on this future calendar. Initially scheduled from July 30 to August 2, the British Masters which will (r) open the ball should be advanced by one week (July 23-26) according to our latest information. Will follow, except health reversal, four tournaments in succession having several points in common: – All will be played on tracks having a certain habit of hosting high level events: Close House (British Masters), Forest of Harden (European Senior Masters last year), Hanbury Manor (Sinclair Invitational last year, on the Senior Tour) and Celtic Manor (Ryder Cup 2010, Wales Open) which should even receive two tournaments back-to-back. – All these sites offer a hotel large enough to house the entire field on site. – Apart from the British Masters (£ 2M), the tournaments will be well endowed with 1 million euros financed mainly by the Tour itself. – Finally, these five events on British soil will be well played behind closed doors. You have to go back to the 80s to find such a series of tournaments made in GB. 22 tournaments by the end of the year? According to information disclosed by The Telegraph, 22 tournaments would be scheduled by the end of the year. Events in Portugal or Austria would be on the menu. Just like a new series of autumn tournaments in the British Isles, including the BMW PGA Championship (Wentworth), the Scottish Open (The Renaissance) and the Dunhill Links (St Andrews) should be part.