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DP World Tour: Hamburg is Ready for the European Open

European Open 2024 Live Scores

The European Open in the season 2024 is being played in Hamburg, Germany at the Green Eagle Golf Courses. The tournament starts at the Thursday, 30th of May and ends at the Sunday, 2nd of June 2024.
The European Open is part of the European Tour in the season 2024. In 2024 all players competing for a total prize money of 2,5 Mio. US-Dollar.
The course for the tournament at Green Eagle Golf Courses plays at Par 73.

The DP World Tour is making a guest appearance this week in Green Eagle near Hamburg. The par-73 course is known as the “Green Monster” due to its length and difficulty and puts many German and international professionals to the test.

European Tour live

Through the Golf Post Live Blog you can follow all results on the DP World Tour live. The DP World Tour is the top golf league alongside the PGA Tour. Originally started on the European continent, it now includes tournaments all over the world. With events in Asia, Africa, Australia and the Middle East and partnerships with the PGA Tour, the DP World Tour has a truly global reach. The official name of the organization is PGA European Tour and the DP World Tour is headquartered at the Wentworth Club in Virgina Water, England.

In the 2024 season, a total of 45 tournaments will be held in over 25 different countries. This versatility and the many different venues are what make the tour so appealing to golfers. The prize money is slightly lower on average than on the neighboring PGA Tour and ranges between 1.2 million dollars and 10 million dollars (DP World Tour Championship).
Since 2009, the official money ranking of the DP World Tour has been the “Race to Dubai“. This includes all relevant tournaments (including the major tournaments) from a season for the ranking. The overall winner of the Race to Dubai receives a five-year playing license on the DP World Tour, the Harry Vardon Trophy and bonus prize money of six million US dollars.

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European Tour Live Blog: Spaniard Secures Victory in Belgium

Soudal Open 2024 Live Scores

The Soudal Open in the season 2024 is being played in Antwerp, Belgium at the Rinkven International Golf Club. The tournament starts at the Thursday, 23rd of May and ends at the Sunday, 26th of May 2024.
The Soudal Open is part of the European Tour in the season 2024. In 2024 all players competing for a total prize money of $2,500,000.
The course for the tournament at Rinkven International Golf Club plays at Par 71.

The Soudal Open marks the start of the European Swing of the DP World Tour, taking place at the prestigious Rinkven International Golf Club in Schilde, near Antwerp, Belgium. The third edition of the tournament, boasting a prize fund of $2.5 million, is scheduled to be held from May 23rd to May 26th.

European Tour live

Through the Golf Post Live Blog you can follow all results on the DP World Tour live. The DP World Tour is the top golf league alongside the PGA Tour. Originally started on the European continent, it now includes tournaments all over the world. With events in Asia, Africa, Australia and the Middle East and partnerships with the PGA Tour, the DP World Tour has a truly global reach. The official name of the organization is PGA European Tour and the DP World Tour is headquartered at the Wentworth Club in Virgina Water, England.

In the 2024 season, a total of 45 tournaments will be held in over 25 different countries. This versatility and the many different venues are what make the tour so appealing to golfers. The prize money is slightly lower on average than on the neighboring PGA Tour and ranges between 1.2 million dollars and 10 million dollars (DP World Tour Championship).
Since 2009, the official money ranking of the DP World Tour has been the “Race to Dubai“. This includes all relevant tournaments (including the major tournaments) from a season for the ranking. The overall winner of the Race to Dubai receives a five-year playing license on the DP World Tour, the Harry Vardon Trophy and bonus prize money of six million US dollars.

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Watch: European Tour Highlights from Round 2 of the Soudal Open

The European Tour’s Soudal Open is currently taking place in Antwerp, Belgium, at the Rinkven International Golf Club. The tournament, which features a prize pool of $2,500,000, played its second round.

Leading the tournament is Nacho Elvira from Spain, who holds the first position on the leaderboard with a total score of 128, 14 under par. In second place is Ross Fisher from England, with a total score of 129, 13 under par. Romain Langasque from France occupies the third position, posting a total score of 131, 11 under par. Sharing the fourth position are Aaron Cockerill from Canada, Niklas Norgaard from Denmark, Andrew Wilson from England, and Sam Jones, each with a total score of 132, 10 under par.

For more European Tour Highlights and Soudal Open Highlights, a summary video of today’s most notable moments is available. Be sure to check back for further updates and European Tour Highlights as the third round unfolds.

Soudal Open: The European Tour round 2 highlights

About the European Tour

The DP World Tour (formerly the European Tour) is the largest European professional golf tour. With 45 events, the tour’s tournament calendar is packed with highlights. In addition to the majors, the DP World Tour organizes other co-sanctioned events with the PGA Tour. The European tour is also a guest in Asia, Africa and the Middle East, hosting at least one tournament in a total of 25 countries. The prize money on the DP World Tour is lower than on its American sister tour, but with the basic salary introduced in 2023, players who have played at least 15 tournaments will receive at least 150,000 dollars. The season finale of the overall earnings ranking, the “Race to Dubai“, will be held in a play-off format after five “Global Swings” and the “Back 9”. The final DP World Tour Championship will determine the winner of the season in Dubai in November.

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DP World Tour Tee Times: Luke Donald and Others at Soudal Open

The Soudal Open, part of the DP World Tour, will take place at Rinkven International Golf Club in Antwerp, Belgium. The tournament will run from Thursday to Sunday, with a total prize pool of $2,500,000. Simon Forsström is the defending champion, and the course is set at Par 71.

DP World Tour Tee Times for British Players

Matthew Jordan, from England, will tee off in the first round on Thursday at 07:40 AM from the 10th tee, paired with Kiradech Aphibarnrat of Thailand and Lev Grinberg. For the second round on Friday, their tee time is at 12:40 PM from the 1st tee.

Daniel Gavins, also representing England, will start his first round on Thursday at 07:50 AM from the 1st tee. He will be joined by Jeong Weon Ko of France and James Meyer De Beco. Their second round will commence on Friday at 12:50 PM from the 10th tee.

James Morrison from England will begin his first round on Thursday at 08:20 AM from the 1st tee. He will be playing alongside Fabrizio Zanotti from Paraguay and Hurly Long from Germany. The second round for this group is scheduled for Friday at 13:20 PM from the 10th tee.

Jack Davidson from Wales will tee off in the first round on Thursday at 08:50 AM from the 1st tee, accompanied by Adrien Saddier from France and Filippo Celli from Italy. Their second round starts on Friday at 13:50 PM from the 10th tee.

Laurie Canter and Dale Whitnell, both from England, will start their first round together on Thursday at 09:00 AM from the 10th tee. Jeff Winther from Denmark completes their trio, with the second-round tee time set for Friday at 14:00 PM from the 1st tee.

Jamie Donaldson from Wales will begin his first round on Thursday at 12:30 PM from the 10th tee. He will be paired with Christopher Mivis of Belgium and Jaco Prinsloo of South Africa. Their second round will be on Friday at 07:30 AM from the 1st tee.

Stephen Gallacher from Scotland will start his first round on Thursday at 12:40 PM from the 10th tee. He will be joined by Marcus Armitage from England and Manuel Elvira from Spain. Their second-round tee time is on Friday at 07:40 AM from the 1st tee.

Scott Jamieson from Scotland will tee off in the first round on Thursday at 12:50 PM from the 10th tee. Matthew Baldwin from England and Brandon Stone from South Africa will be his playing partners. The second round for this group is set for Friday at 07:50 AM from the 1st tee.

Connor Syme from Scotland will start his first round on Thursday at 13:00 PM from the 1st tee. He will play alongside Luke Donald from England and Sam Bairstow, also from England. Their second round will begin on Friday at 08:00 AM from the 10th tee.

David Law, another Scottish player, will begin his first round on Thursday at 13:00 PM from the 10th tee. He is grouped with Alexander Levy from France and Marcus Helligkilde from Denmark for both rounds, with the second-round tee time on Friday at 08:00 AM from the 1st tee.

Grant Forrest from Scotland will start his first round on Thursday at 13:20 PM from the 10th tee. He will be accompanied by Matthew Southgate from England and Marcel Schneider from Germany. Their second round is on Friday at 08:20 AM from the 1st tee.

Richie Ramsay from Scotland will commence his first round on Thursday at 13:30 PM from the 1st tee. Johannes Veerman of the USA and Antoine Rozner of France will join him. Their second-round tee time is on Friday at 08:30 AM from the 10th tee.

Stuart Manley from Wales will begin his first round on Thursday at 13:30 PM from the 10th tee, paired with Nicolo Galletti and Leopold Isserentant. Their second round starts on Friday at 08:30 AM from the 1st tee.

Calum Hill from Scotland will tee off in the first round on Thursday at 14:20 PM from the 1st tee. He will be playing alongside Daniel Brown from England and Sean Crocker from the USA. Their second round is scheduled for Friday at 09:20 AM from the 10th tee.

Rhys Enoch from Wales will start his first round on Thursday at 14:30 PM from the 10th tee. His playing partners are Alfredo Garcia-Heredia from Spain and Nicolai von Dellingshausen from Germany. The second round will be on Friday at 09:30 AM from the 1st tee.

Here’s the detailed HTML table for tee times:

Player Nationality Round Tee Time Start Tee Mitspieler
Matthew Jordan England 1 07:40 10 Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Thailand; Lev Grinberg
Daniel Gavins England 1 07:50 1 Jeong Weon Ko, France; James Meyer De Beco
James Morrison England 1 08:20 1 Fabrizio Zanotti, Paraguay; Hurly Long, Germany
Jack Davidson Wales 1 08:50 1 Adrien Saddier, France; Filippo Celli, Italy
Laurie Canter England 1 09:00 10 Jeff Winther, Denmark; Dale Whitnell, England
Jamie Donaldson Wales 1 12:30 10 Christopher Mivis, Belgium; Jaco Prinsloo, South Africa
Stephen Gallacher Scotland 1 12:40 10 Marcus Armitage, England; Manuel Elvira, Spain
Scott Jamieson Scotland 1 12:50 10 Matthew Baldwin, England; Brandon Stone, South Africa
Connor Syme Scotland 1 13:00 1 Luke Donald, England; Sam Bairstow, England
David Law Scotland 1 13:00 10 Alexander Levy, France; Marcus Helligkilde, Denmark
Grant Forrest Scotland 1 13:20 10 Matthew Southgate, England; Marcel Schneider, Germany
Richie Ramsay Scotland 1 13:30 1 Johannes Veerman, USA; Antoine Rozner, France
Stuart Manley Wales 1 13:30 10 Nicolo Galletti; Leopold Isserentant
Calum Hill Scotland 1 14:20 1 Daniel Brown, England; Sean Crocker, USA
Rhys Enoch Wales 1 14:30 10 Alfredo Garcia-Heredia, Spain; Nicolai von Dellingshausen, Germany
Matthew Jordan England 2 12:40 1 Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Thailand; Lev Grinberg
Daniel Gavins England 2 12:50 10 Jeong Weon Ko, France; James Meyer De Beco
James Morrison England 2 13:20 10 Fabrizio Zanotti, Paraguay; Hurly Long, Germany
Jack Davidson Wales 2 13:50 10 Adrien Saddier, France; Filippo Celli, Italy
Laurie Canter England 2 14:00 10 Jeff Winther, Denmark; Dale Whitnell, England
Jamie Donaldson Wales 2 07:30 1 Christopher Mivis, Belgium; Jaco Prinsloo, South Africa
Stephen Gallacher Scotland 2 07:40 1 Marcus Armitage, England; Manuel Elvira, Spain
Scott Jamieson Scotland 2 07:50 1 Matthew Baldwin, England; Brandon Stone, South Africa
Connor Syme Scotland 2 08:00 10 Luke Donald, England; Sam Bairstow, England
David Law Scotland 2 08:00 1 Alexander Levy, France; Marcus Helligkilde, Denmark
Grant Forrest Scotland 2 08:20 1 Matthew Southgate, England; Marcel Schneider, Germany
Richie Ramsay Scotland 2 08:30 10 Johannes Veerman, USA; Antoine Rozner, France
Stuart Manley Wales 2 08:30 1 Nicolo Galletti; Leopold Isserentant
Calum Hill Scotland 2 09:20 10 Daniel Brown, England; Sean Crocker, USA
Rhys Enoch Wales 2 09:30 1 Alfredo Garcia-Heredia, Spain; Nicolai von Dellingshausen, Germany

The DP World Tour Tee Times showcase an array of talent, setting the stage for an exciting Soudal Open.

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Race to Dubai Leaderboard: McIlroy and Fleetwood’s in the Top 5

As the DP World Tour unfolds, golf enthusiasts avidly follow the prestigious Race to Dubai. This competitive leaderboard evolves with each tournament, reflecting the relentless pursuit of excellence among the world’s top golfers. Thus far, the saison has revealed an array of stunning performances and notable victories. Rory McIlroy has been the safe leader for some time now. Presently, McIlroy continues to lead the rankings, cementing his position as a formidable competitor. Meanwhile, the presence of English talent is unmistakable, with a total of 20 English players gracing the top 120 positions in the Race to Dubai rankings.

Race to Dubai: England’s Finest

The race sees a strong representation by English golfers, with three of them notably excelling. Leading the contingent behind Rory McIlroy is Tommy Fleetwood, residing in the 5th position with 1142.6 points across 3 events, including a well-deserved victory. Following Fleetwood are Jordan Smith and Laurie Canter, ranking 25th and 29th respectively, solidifying their standings through consistent play. Andy Sullivan follows directly behind in 30th place and Sam Bairstow in 31st place. With England boasting 20 players within the upper echelon, these six have set high benchmarks for their compatriots to aspire.

Elite Golfers Dominate Race to Dubai

At the pinnacle of the Race to Dubai stands Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy, whose unparalleled performance across 3 events has accumulated an impressive 1699.5 points, including a victory. Trailing him are Rikuya Hoshino from Japan and Jesper Svensson from Sweden, holding 2nd and 3rd places with their respective wins. Adding to the mix are Sebastian Söderberg and Tommy Fleetwood, completing the top 5 with their relentless pursuit and remarkable skill displayed throughout the season.

How the DP World Tour Race to Dubai works

The Race to Dubai is the season ranking of the DP World Tour (former European Tour). The top 60 players in the Race to Dubai ranking are allowed to take part in the final play-off tournament of the former European Tour at the end of the season. The season ranking also determines who is allowed to play on the DP World Tour the following year. At each tournament, the players who make the cut collect points. The total number of points awarded at a tournament depends on the value of the event. Major tournaments earn the most points. For winning a DP World Tour tournament, the winner receives at least 460 points and a good 300,000 euros.

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Race to Dubai Leaders: Johannes Veerman Still Top US Golfer

As the DP World Tour progresses, the golfing elite continue their pursuit of points and prestige in the Race to Dubai rankings. With the season unfolding, numerous tournaments have been played, Rory McIlroy currently leads the Race to Dubai. His leadership is part of the dynamic that includes three American players standing strong amongst the top 120 competitors in the rankings, a testament to the global nature of the tour.

Top American Players in Race to Dubai

Focusing on the American contingent, Johannes Veerman is charting a course through the rankings after 10 events, placing 24th with 554.72 points. He is trailed closely by Jordan Gumberg at 28th place, with 523.70 points through 8 events, including one win. Sean Crocker rounds out the American presence, at 99th position, amassing 174.17 points over 9 events.

Analyzing the Race to Dubai Top 5

The top echelons of the Race to Dubai rankings depict a tight battle among elite golfers. McIlroy sits comfortably at the top after 3 events, holding 1,699.5 points with one victory. Behind him, Japan’s Rikuya Hoshino is the second-ranking golfer with 1,258.1 points from 10 events and one victory. Next, Jesper Svensson of Sweden after 12 events, places third with 1,197.24 points and one title to his name. Swede Sebastian Soderberg, with no wins in 10 events, is fourth with 1,145.9 points. England’s Tommy Fleetwood rounds out the top five with one win in just 3 events, totaling 1,142.6 points.

How the DP World Tour Race to Dubai works

The Race to Dubai is the season ranking of the DP World Tour (former European Tour). The top 60 players in the Race to Dubai ranking are allowed to take part in the final play-off tournament of the former European Tour at the end of the season. The season ranking also determines who is allowed to play on the DP World Tour the following year. At each tournament, the players who make the cut collect points. The total number of points awarded at a tournament depends on the value of the event. Major tournaments earn the most points. For winning a DP World Tour tournament, the winner receives at least 460 points and a good 300,000 euros.

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DP World Tour Live Blog: Spaniard wins the Volvo China Open

Volvo China Open 2024 Live Scores

The Volvo China Open in the season 2024 is being played in Shenzhen, China at the Hidden Grace GC. The tournament starts at the Thursday, 2nd of May and ends at the Sunday, 5th of May 2024.
The Volvo China Open is part of the European Tour in the season 2024. In 2024 all players competing for a total prize money of $ 2.250.000.
The course for the tournament at Hidden Grace GC plays at Par 72.

The DP World Tour concludes its Asian Swing with the Volvo China Open. The tournament was last played in 2019 before it had to be cancelled for an extended period due to the coronavirus pandemic.

DP World Tour live

Through the Golf Post Live Blog you can follow all results on the DP World Tour live. The DP World Tour is the top golf league alongside the PGA Tour. Originally started on the European continent, it now includes tournaments all over the world. With events in Asia, Africa, Australia and the Middle East and partnerships with the PGA Tour, the DP World Tour has a truly global reach. The official name of the organization is PGA European Tour and the DP World Tour is headquartered at the Wentworth Club in Virgina Water, England.

In the 2024 season, a total of 45 tournaments will be held in over 25 different countries. This versatility and the many different venues are what make the tour so appealing to golfers. The prize money is slightly lower on average than on the neighboring PGA Tour and ranges between 1.2 million dollars and 10 million dollars (DP World Tour Championship).
Since 2009, the official money ranking of the DP World Tour has been the “Race to Dubai“. This includes all relevant tournaments (including the major tournaments) from a season for the ranking. The overall winner of the Race to Dubai receives a five-year playing license on the DP World Tour, the Harry Vardon Trophy and bonus prize money of six million US dollars.

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DP World Tour: Tee Times for Johannes Veerman and American Compatriots

The DP World Tour continues with a showdown at the Volvo China Open held at Hidden Grace GC, located in Shenzhen, China. Competitors from around the globe will play for the prize money of $2.250.000 across 72 par courses, aiming for the top spot.

DP World Tour: Tee Times for American Players

Nicholas Paez will be the first to represent the USA at the Volvo China Open. For Round 1, Tee time on Thursday will be 06:50. He will be playing along with Joel Girrbach from Switzerland and Yanhan Zhou of China. For Round 2 on Friday, Paez will start at 11:50, once again, in the company of Girrbach and Zhou.

Another American golfer, Johannes Veerman follows suit, with an initial start time of 12:00 for the first Round on Thursday. His co-players for both rounds will be Masahiro Kawamura of Japan and Ugo Coussaud of France. The second round will see this trio tee off at an earlier time of 07:00.

Last but not least, Gunner Wiebe is set to start his first round at a later time of 13:00 on Thursday. He will be joined by Michael Lorenzo-Vera of France and Chenyou Nan of China. The same group will begin the second round on Friday, starting at 08:00 (Times are all in local time zones)

Player Name (USA) Round 1 – Tee Time Round 2 – Tee Time Co-players
Nicholas PAEZ 06:50 11:50 Joel Girrbach (SUI), Yanhan ZHOU (CHN)
Johannes Veerman 12:00 07:00 Masahiro KAWAMURA (JPN), Ugo Coussaud (FRA)
Gunner Wiebe 13:00 08:00 Michael Lorenzo-Vera (FRA), Chenyou NAN (CHN)

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Watch: European Tour highlights from round 3 of the ISPS HANDA – CHAMPIONSHIP

The European Tour in Gotemba, Japan experienced another thrilling day, featuring robust competition in the third round of the ISPS HANDA – CHAMPIONSHIP. Golf aficionados worldwide tuned in to the Taiheiyo Club’s Gotemba Course to catch the European Tour highlights.

Indeed, viewers were rewarded with some impressive performances from the tournament participants, a list packed with international talent. Standing tall on top of the leaderboard is Casey Jarvis of South Africa, who currently holds a total score of -13. Following close on his heels at -12 total score is Germany’s Yannik Paul. The third position sees a tie between players with a total score of -11: China’s Haotong Li, Japan’s Ryosuke Kinoshita, France’s Tom Vaillant, Keita Nakajima of Japan, and Sweden’s Sebastian Söderberg.

Of the great performances today, three players distinguished themselves by delivering the day’s best rounds. They held their grounds and distinguished themselves with admirable mastery of the course. Their daily scores were a reflection of the high level of play at the tournament.

Apart from the contending positions, the total prize money for the tournament is noteworthy. Each participant’s eye is undoubtedly fixed on the prize, an impressive sum of $2,250,000.

As the tournament reaches its peak, this video capturing the ISPS HANDA – CHAMPIONSHIP highlights brings to the audience the very best of this golfing event. Emphasizing the third round, the highlights provide golf enthusiasts a comprehensive view of the intense competition in the ISPS HANDA – CHAMPIONSHIP.

This signifies the end of the tournament journey for many competitors after their third round, however, the fight for the ISPS HANDA – CHAMPIONSHIP title continues. The tournament is far from over, with plenty of exciting moments yet to come in pursuit of the champion’s title.

ISPS HANDA – CHAMPIONSHIP: The European Tour round 3 highlights

About the European Tour

The DP World Tour (formerly the European Tour) is the largest European professional golf tour. With 45 events, the tour’s tournament calendar is packed with highlights. In addition to the majors, the DP World Tour organizes other co-sanctioned events with the PGA Tour. The European tour is also a guest in Asia, Africa and the Middle East, hosting at least one tournament in a total of 25 countries. The prize money on the DP World Tour is lower than on its American sister tour, but with the basic salary introduced in 2023, players who have played at least 15 tournaments will receive at least 150,000 dollars. The season finale of the overall earnings ranking, the “Race to Dubai“, will be held in a play-off format after five “Global Swings” and the “Back 9”. The final DP World Tour Championship will determine the winner of the season in Dubai in November.

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DP World Tour: Tee Times for American Trio

The DP World Tour touches down in Gotemba, Japan, for the ISPS Handa Championship. The tournament takes place at the prestigious Taiheiyo Club, Gotemba Course. The championship kick starts on Thursday with Round 1 action. With a substantial prize amount of $2,250,000 up for grabs, players will be competing on a par-72 course to claim the title currently held by Lucas Herbert.

DP World Tour Tee Times: A focus on American Participants

American golfer Sean Crocker begins his quest for the championship on Thursday in Round 1 at 08:20 alongside England’s Eddie Pepperell and Japan’s Taiki Yoshida. On Friday, in Round 2, the trio will tee off at 13:20.

The event also sees another representative from the United States, Jordan Gumberg. For the first round, his tee time is 11:40, paired with Denmark’s Soren Kjeldsen and Japan’s Takahiro Hataji. For the second round on Friday, Gumberg, Kjeldsen, and Hataji are scheduled for a 06:40 start.

Chase Hanna is the third American player participating at this weeks DP World Tour event. His tee time for the first round is 12:20 and will be played in the company of France’s Clément Sordet and Japan’s Mikumu Horikawa. Hanna, Sordet, and Horikawa commence the second round with a tee time of 07:20.

Player Nationality Round 1 – Tee Time Round 2 – Tee Time
Sean Crocker USA 08:20 13:20
Jordan Gumberg USA 11:40 06:40
Chase Hanna USA 12:20 07:20