This time, six different countries are on the program for the Pro Golf Tour in six months. The organizers recently presented the plan for this year. The players will compete in 14 ranking tournaments in six countries during the Pro Golf Tour 2021. The total prize money is 450,000 euros; the best beckons an ascent to the Challenge Tour 2022. The tournaments will take place from April 13th to October 6th, 2021.
The Kick-Off Takes Place In Egypt
The global events that started in spring 2020 have also led to a late start to the Pro Golf Tour 2021. The tournament series will now begin from April 13th to 15th with the Red Sea Egyptian Classic. That takes place in the Ain Sokhna Golf Club. It’s not just about the trophy, but also about the first ranking points. A few days later, the time’s tournament continues. From there, it goes on to Austria. From April 28th to 30th, the tee will take place at the Haugschlag Lower Austria Open in Austria. The entourage moves on to the Czech Republic, where 54 stroke play holes are on the program at the Ypsilon Golf Resort Liberec. After a break of 14 days, the first premieres of this tour are on the agenda. At the NewGiza Pyramids Challenge and the Dreamland Pyramids Classic in May and June, golfers play at the capital Cairo gates. These offer plenty of variety from everyday life. Both golf courses are considered excellent facilities. They will require all the skills of the participants.
A Total Of Four Tour Premiers
Then it’s back to Europe. Here, the participants can look forward to the Leipzig Golf Open in Germany, the Gradi Polish Open by Emerald in Poland, the Karolinka Golf Park Matchplay in Poland, the Raiffeisen Pro Golf Tour St. Pölten in Austria, the Starnberg Open, the ALTE PRO Trophy in the Czech Republic and finally the Coevorden Gelpenberg Open in the Netherlands. This busy schedule will demand everything from the participants. A total of four tournament premieres await the golfers. From October 4th to 6th, the task in Adendorf will be to determine the overall winner of the 2021 season and the five climbers for the European Challenge Tour. The location is again the Castanea Golf Resort. After a contract extension that has just taken place, this will remain the venue for this event until at least 2023. The participants can expect a record prize money of 50,000 euros.
Unfortunately, this time the station in Morocco is missing from the tournament schedule. The promotors had to cancel the tournament due to the circumstances. The Pro Gold Tour’s current tournament schedule is exact, but further additions are still possible at this point. Anyone interested in this golf tour in Europe can find more information on the website www.progolftour.de. The players now have to prepare extensively for this, as the first tournaments are not far away.