In addition to the 18 Frenchmen selected to compete in the final marathon of the DP World Tour cards at the Lakes Course at Infinitum in Tarragona, Spain, several past glimmers on the European circuit are trying to make a comeback. the right to play for the final round.
Six rounds or 108 holes to play! This is what awaits 156 players at the start of the final of the maps. DP World Tour. The goal is to finish in the top 25 and draw to win a category in 2023.
Some big names from the European Tour are among the contenders to be among the elite at the first tournament (see calendar) scheduled for the last week of November in Joburg or Australia, RyderCupmultiple tournament winners, all in search of past glory.
Number Rafael Jacquelin on this list. Lyon decided not to stand in line, unlike his tricolor friend. Gregory Hawret.
Very determined to reconnect with his glorious past, Swedish Jarmo Sandelin (photo) is the oldest player in this QSchools startup. The 55-year-old has not played a full season on the DP World Tour since 2011.
Sandelin played 457 tournaments in highest flight since debut 30 years ago in 1992. Winner of five events, he participated Ryder Cup in 1999. Aspect Andrew Coltart and John Van de VeldeThe Finnish-born actor stayed on the sidelines until Sunday’s singles.
Since 2011 Sandelin has played only 21 tournaments in the big circuit and won in Mauritius in 2019 among the Majors.
The 48-year-old Scottish was also a Ryder Cup player. He was at Gleneagles in 2014. Stephen Gallacher recently won. Hero Indian Open 2019but the exemption expires.
After two seasons in nearly 20 tournaments PGA TourThe 33-year-old Thai said he was ready to go to QSchool if he didn’t keep his card. Kiradech Aphibarnrat, who won four tournaments on the DP World Tour, even entered the top 30 in the world rankings.
Known for his “mule” kick, the Spaniard has won 7 times in the top flight but none of his achievements have been achieved in the last 10 years! Quiros, 39, last went to the cards final in 2006.
Another well-known multiple winner. Simon Dyson has 6 titles and last appeared in tournaments in 2018. The 44-year-old British, who suffered a bad ankle injury, had to take a break from his career but is trying to get back to the front from the stage.
We no longer offer the 47-year-old Brit. An emblematic player on the European circuit, winning the Ryder Cup twice (2004 and 2006) with Europe! He is the second most participating player to his credit with 707 tournaments.
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