Antoine Rozner will play Luke Donald in the first two rounds of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, to his advantage despite a heavy defeat to Tyrrell Hatton during singles at the Hero Cup. The captain of the European Ryder Cup team has clearly been won over by the Frenchman and he wants to continue that good impression in the first Rolex Series of the season.
This is nothing but a coincidence. seduced by Antoine Rozner during Hero Cupespecially in doubles matches, whether on four balls with the Belgian Thomas Detry or as a quartet with the Polish Adrian Meronk, luke donald will share the first two rounds with himAbu Dhabi HSBC Championship. German Yannik Paul will wrap up the trio on tee 10, which will start at 07:50 (4.50 in France) this Thursday.
European team captain RyderCupCompeting in Rome in the United States at the end of September, he didn’t hesitate to “test” the Racingman against the one-size-fits-all Brit during the Sunday singles during the same Hero Cup last week. Tyrrell Hatton, the 26th player in the world. Quite a painful experience for the Frenchman who was punished with 5&4.
I’m going to have to put on big performances in big tournaments. If so, I might have a chance to get into this team…
” the road is still very long (until the Ryder Cup), announcing the final winner.AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open to our colleague golfbytourmiss.com, Bernie McGuire. I’m working hard to get there. I’m going to have to put on big performances in big tournaments. If so, I might have a chance to get into this team… »
A year ago, for the first Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship Mourning Links after movingAbu Dhabi Golf ClubAntoine Rozner failed to cut with two cards of 75 (+3) and 79 (+7).
Poulter and Westwood and Pavon and Dubuisson
” It’s a way far from obvious, not easy to negotiateconfirms again. You have to choose your moments carefully when to be aggressive and when to play zones. It’s hard to see… »
Six other French golfers are also starting one of the season’s richest tournaments. DP World Tour ($9 million): Matthew Pavon, Victor Perez, Victor Dubuisson, Julian Warrior, Alexander Levy and Julian Brown. Note that Pavon and Dubuisson, who finished 4th here at Yas Links last year, will play at least 36 holes respectively. Ian Poulter and Lee WestwoodTwo former stalwarts of the European Ryder Cup team are now “in exile” LIV Golf !
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