Jordan Wrisdale will make his debut on the PGA European Tour this week at the 2020 South African Open at Rand Park GC
Although the curtain has only just come down on the 2019 Race To Dubai with Jon Rahm taking the title in Dubai yesterday the 2020 Race To Dubai starts in South Africa this week with the Alfred Dunhill Championship at Leopard Creek CC, this event is a co-sanctioned event with the Sunshine Touir.
Making his debut on the European Tour will be Martin Rohwer who is currently 8th on the Sunshine Tour ranking list following his victory at the Investec Royal Swazi Open earlier in the year.
Jordan Wrisdale tees up tomorrow in Rd 1 of the notoriously tough European Qualifying School. The event takes place at Lumine GC in Spain with the top 25 players gaining full European Status for 2020 season, the event is played over 6 rounds with a cut coming after 4 rounds.
David Boote remians in China this week for the final regular season event on the 2019 schedule, the $500,000 Foshan Open, this is the biggest event on the schedule and the winner will secure his card for the 2020 season on the PGA European Tour.
Stuart Manley goes to Portugal for the Portugal Masters in the Algarve, this again is the last regular season event on the 2019 European Tour.
Stuart Manley heads to Paris National this week for the French Open, it is approximately a year ago when Europe won the Ryder Cup at the same venue. The French Open is the penultimate regular season event on the PGA European Tour for this year.
David Boote heads to China for 2 events on the PGA Challenge Tour, again there are now only 2 regular season events left before the Challenge Tour Grand Final in Majorca, where the top 15 players will receive full playing status for the 2020 season on the main tour.
This week Stuart Manley and the European Tour heads to Italy for the 5th event of the Rolex Series, the Italian Open will be played in Rome at the Olgiata GC where the defending champion is Francesco Molinari.
The Challenge Tour visits Ireland for the Stone Irish Challenge at Headfort GC, David Boote who has finished in the top 20 of his last two events is joined by Jordan Wrisdale and Jamie Abbott. This is the last regular season event in Europe before the Challenge Tour heads east for 2 lucrative events in China.
Stuart Manley and Jamie Abbott are both playing in the Spanish Open at the historic Club De Campo in Madrid this week, the field is headed by Jon Rahm and Sergio Garcia.
David Boote , who finished 13th last week in France on the Challenge Tour heads to Morocco with Jordan Wrisdale for this weeks event.
David Boote from Walton Heath returns to France this week on the PGA Challenge Tour.
Jordan Wrisdale shot rounds of 72,67,66 and 69 at the Open De Bretagne to finish in 10th place, David Boote finished on 1 over par for 72 holes to finish T34. On the European Tour Stuart Manley finished on 286 2 under par, after shooting a final round of 69 to finish T22 at the Porsche European Open, the event was won by England's Paul Casey. This week Stuart goes to Holland for the KLM Open and Jordan Wrisdale, David Boote and Jamie Abbott go to Portugal for the Portugueese Open.
David Boote, who made his 10th cut of the year at the KPMG Challenge last week in Belgium, where he finished tied 37th on 13 under par moves on to France where he and Jordan Wrisdale compete on the PGA Challenge Tour at the Open De Bretagne.
The European Tour moves to Germany for the Porsche European Open where Stuart Manley is competing.
Stuart Manley heads up to Crans sur sierre GC in Switzerland this week for the 80th edition of the Omega European Masters. The course is set high up in the mountains of the Crans Montana region and boasts some of the most impressive views in golf. Rory McLLroy heads up a quality field following his victory at the Fed Ex play-offs on the PGA Tour last week in Atlanta.
David Boote, Jordan Wrosdale and Jamie Abbott are all playing in the KPMG Trophy In Belgium. The Challenge Tour has now got just 9 events left, at the end of the season the top 15 players earn full playing staus on the PGA European Tour.
Stuart Manley heads to Gothenburg in Sweden this week for the Scandinavian Invitation at the Hills Golf & Sports Club.The field is headed by former Open Champion Henrik Stenson. Manley comes of finishing on 3 under par last week at the Czech Masters and a T64 position.
Jordan Wrisdale finished T14 and David Boote T37 at the World Invitational in Northern Ireland on the Challenge Tour, the event was won in a play-off by Jack Senior from England.
Stuart Manley heads in to the second part of the 2019 season starting with the D+D Czech Masters after a 3 week summer break with a new sponsor, Hytte Blinds Ltd have become an official partner of Stuart's for the remainder of the 2019 season.The Worcestershire based company, who specialisebin the supply of Window Blinds for the static caravans and lodges, will have their comapny logo displayed on Stuart's aparell. Stuart said " I would like to very much thank Hytte Blinds for their support, I have just had a 3 week break as there have been no regular scheduled events on the European Tour so I am obviuosly very much looking forward to getting out on tour again "
Stuart has at least 9 events left in 2019, with the season officially ending in Dubai in November at the DP World Championship.
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Stuart manley shot 67, 69, 69 and a final round of 69 to finsih on 10 under par at the Scottish Open. The event was won by Bernd Wiesberger after defeating Benjamin Herbert from France in a tense 3 hole play-off.
This week David Boote, Jordan Wrisdale and Jamie Rutherford are all playing on the Challenge Tour in Austria.
Jordan Wrisdale and Jamie Rutherford both progressed through the Regional Qualifying for the Open Championship. Jordan came through at Northamptonshire County GC with a 1 under par round, and Jamie shot 3 under par at Frilford Heath. The Final Qualifying event is over 36 holes and takes place at 4 different sites across the UK on Tuesday July 2nd.
Stuart Manley returns to action this week at the Made In Denmark at the Himmerland Golf & Spa Resort. Last year the event was won by Matt Wallace in a 4 man play-off , having birdied 5 of his final 6 holes in the final round to make the play-off.
David Boote, Jamie Abbott and Jordan Wrisdale make the trip to the Czech Republic for the D + D Real Czech Challenge at the Kaskáda Golf Resort.
Jamie Rutherford and Ben Robinson are both playing at the magnificient Brocket Hall in the first event of the 2019 PGA Europro Tour which starts on Wednesday, the other two events are both Thursday starts.