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Golf - 15 Mar 2004
A new tournament on The European Tour International Schedule, the Open de Sevilla, will be played at Real Club de Golf de Sevilla, Spain, from April 15-18, carrying a prize fund of €1,000,000 with a first prize of €166,660.
Golf - 03 Mar 2004
The European Seniors Tour will make a second visit to the Caribbean in 2004 when the second Digicel Jamaica Classic, in association with Sony Ericsson, returns to the magnificent Half Moon resort in Montego Bay from May 21-23, with a prize fund of $275,000.
Golf - 17 Feb 2004
(Tytherington, Cheshire; Stockholm, Sweden; February 16 2004) The Ladies European Tour (LET) is delighted to announce that The Solheim Cup will return to Sweden in 2007 and the emphasis will be placed on the event taking on a Nordic wide appeal. The venue for the matches is yet to be confirmed and will be announced later this year.
Golf - 16 Feb 2004
Royal Birkdale has been named by The R&A as the venue for the 2008 Open Championship which will be played from 17 to 20 July.
Golf - 09 Feb 2004
The 2004 European Challenge Tour schedule has been released with a first visit to Egypt one of the highlights of a diverse and exciting calendar, that begins in Central America and travels extensively through Africa and Europe between now and the end of October.
Golf - 30 Jan 2004
Jersey, one of the most popular destinations of the year, will host the European Seniors Tour for a ninth successive season with the announcement that the Irvine Whitlock Jersey Seniors Classic will return to La Moye Golf Club from June 11-13.
Golf - 23 Jan 2004
The European Seniors Tour will continue to break new ground in 2005 when the AIB Irish Seniors Open moves to the Heritage Golf & Country Club at Killenard in County Laois.
Golf - 08 Dec 2003
The Mobile Cup, an integral part of the European Seniors Tour during the past two seasons, will have a new venue for its third staging in 2004 when the tournament moves to The Oxfordshire from June 16-20.
Golf - 02 Dec 2003
The 36th Ryder Cup Matches, to be played at The K Club, Straffan, County Kildare, Ireland, will take place from 22-24 September, 2006. The Matches were originally due to be played in 2005 but were delayed by 12 months following the terrorist attacks in the United States on September 11, 2001 which resulted in that year’s contest being postponed until 2002.
Golf - 25 Nov 2003
The Smurfit European Open at The K Club, Straffan, Co Kildare, in Ireland will be played at the spectacular and challenging South Course for the first time in 2004. The North Course has hosted the event for the past nine years but the new 7,300 yard Arnold Palmer-designed South Course takes centre stage next summer from July 1-4.
Golf - 03 Nov 2003
County Louth Golf Club in Baltray, one of Ireland’s great links courses, will host the Nissan Irish Open for the first time in 2004. The tournament – the second year of Nissan’s sponsorship – will once again take place the week after the Open Golf Championship from July 22-25.
Golf - 17 Oct 2003
The European Seniors Tour will break new ground next year by visiting Italy for the inaugural Italian Senior Open at the outstanding Circolo Golf Venezia at Venice Lido from May 14-16.
Golf - 30 Sep 2003
The forthcoming Seve Trophy contest between Continental Europe and Great Britain & Ireland at the Campo de Golf Parador El Saler, Valencia, Spain will now be played over four days in early November (6-9), rather than three.
Golf - 29 Sep 2003
A new record prize fund of $7,000,000 – the largest to be contested on the Continent of Europe – will be on offer when The World Golf Championships – American Express Championship returns to Mount Juliet in Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland, next year.
Golf - 18 Sep 2003
(Tytherington, England, 17 September 2003) The Evian Ladies European Tour (LET) and the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) have jointly announced the Acer Women's World Cup of Golf at Pezula, the first-ever truly worldwide competition co-sanctioned by both tours. The $1 million Acer Women's World Cup of Golf at Pezula, set to take place February 2005, will be held at Pezula Championship Golf Course in Knysna, South Africa.
Golf - 12 Aug 2003
The Volvo China Open has been rescheduled to November in the wake of the SARS crisis.
Golf - 29 Jul 2003
The Asian PGA is hopeful two of Indonesia’s flagship events will make a return to its schedule after receiving a call from the country’s golfing authorities to help reform its domestic circuit.
Golf - 20 Jun 2003
(Tytherington, June 13 2003) The Ladies European Tour announced today the return of a Tournament in Northern Ireland to its 2003 schedule after a break of 16 years when Scotland's Dale Reid won the Ulster Open at Belvoir Park in 1987.
Golf - 15 May 2003
The International Federation of PGA Tours is delighted to announce that the Real Club de Golf de Seville will host the 2004 World Golf Championships – World Cup. A total of 24 nations will participate in this prestigious event on November 18-21 with minimum prize money of US$4,000,000.
Golf - 15 May 2003
The qualification process of The European Team for The 35th Ryder Cup Matches at Oakland Hills Country Club, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, USA, from September 17-19, 2004, will again reflect a one-year process commencing this autumn at the Omega European Masters at Crans-sur-Sierre, Switzerland, from September 4-7.
Golf - 17 Apr 2003
The Celtic Manor Resort in Newport has appointed Frontiers Group UK Ltd as consultants to the Wales Open and as exclusive commercial rights representatives until 2006.
Golf - 26 Mar 2003
(Tytherington, March 24 2003) The Ladies European Tour (LET) announced today that Sponsor Service, the Tournament promoters of the P4 Norwegian Masters and Danish Masters on the 2003 Ladies European Tour, recently filed for bankruptcy, which seriously jeopardised these two events.
Golf - 20 Mar 2003
HSBC, the world's second largest bank, is to sponsor the World Match Play Championship at Wentworth Club, creating a first prize of £1million, the richest in the history of European and American golf.
Golf - 17 Mar 2003
The 12th season of the European Seniors Tour gets underway this week on the idyllic island of Jamaica for the first of 20 tournaments across 13 countries which will make up the 2003 Schedule.
Golf - 21 Feb 2003
Pepsi-Cola North America, a longtime partner of PGA Professionals and a veteran supporter of PGA member and spectator championships, has extended its partnership with The PGA of America through 2012. Pepsi, Lipton and Aquafina will continue as the respective official soft drink, iced tea and bottled water of The PGA of America throughout the course of the new agreement. Gatorade, a product of PepsiCo, continues as the official sports drink and will be distributed through the Pepsi-Cola North Ame
Golf - 06 Feb 2003
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., Feb. 5, 2003 – Ty M. Votaw, commissioner of the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA), today released the Tour’s complete 2003 schedule. Fans of the LPGA will be treated to a schedule of events consistent with 2002, one of the most thrilling and successful seasons in LPGA history, and players’ economic opportunities will be even stronger, as nearly 50 percent of the events have raised their purses for 2003.
Golf - 03 Feb 2003
The British Masters enters an exciting new era in 2003. Some of the best-known names in business and golf are combining to turn the 57-year-old tournament into a unique event in the European golfing calendar.
Golf - 31 Jan 2003
The Ladies European Tour proudly announces a fresh addition to the 2003 Tournament schedule and the return of an event in Denmark after a break of five years.
Golf - 20 Jan 2003
With 11 successful seasons already behind it, the European Seniors Tour has announced its schedule for the year with every reason to believe that 2003 will provide the Tour with its own version of the 'Glorious 12th.'
Golf - 20 Jan 2003
The European Challenge Tour will visit no fewer than 21 countries within and beyond the boundaries of Europe during the 2003 season comprising a minimum of 28 tournaments.
Golf - 06 Jan 2003
The pioneering European Challenge Tour will break new ground in 2003 with the announcement of three tournaments, jointly sanctioned with the Tour de las Americas, in Costa Rica, Guatemala and Mexico between January 30 and February 16.
Golf - 26 Nov 2002
Nissan Ireland has been confirmed as the new Title Sponsor of the Irish Open Golf Championship, in association with Bord Fáilte. The announcement was made at a reception in Dublin today which was attended by the Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism, John O’Donoghue T.D. The Minister announced that the date secured for the 2003 Nissan Irish Open is July 24-27, the week following the Open Golf Championship at Royal St George’s. The European Tour also announced that the world class, magnificent
Golf - 20 Nov 2002
The Royal Bank of Scotland, in association with The European Tour, is to recognise the shot-making skills of the Tour Members with an exciting new award, The Royal Bank of Scotland Shot of the Month, which is being launched to coincide with the start of The 2003 European Tour International Schedule.
Golf - 12 Nov 2002
The European Seniors Tour and the tournament committee of the Mobile Cup have announced a three-year extension to the aggreement which will secure the event up to and including 2005.
Golf - 05 Nov 2002
The European Seniors Tour will return to the sunny tropical paradise of the Caribbean for the fourth successive year as the islands of Barbados and Tobago host the opening two events on the 2003 schedule.
Golf - 09 Oct 2002
October 9, 2002:-Tournament organiser IMG and title sponsor Johnnie Walker announced today that the 2003 Johnnie Walker Classic - the biggest golf tournament in the Asia-Pacific region - will offer record prize money of £1 million when the event returns to Lake Karrinyup Country Club in Perth for the second consecutive year February 13 - 16, 2003. The purse represents a boost of $A285,000 (£100,000) on the 2002 prize money.
Golf - 03 Sep 2002
Shenzhen, China, September 3: John Daly and Colin Montgomerie, two of the biggest names in golf, will compete in China’s first US$1 million Tour event this year, when they tee-off in the TCL Classic from November 14-17.
Golf - 27 Aug 2002
CARMEL, Ind., Aug. 27, 2002 – Crooked Stick Golf Club, the famed Pete Dye-designed course and host of several memorable golf championships, has been selected as the site for the September 2005 Solheim Cup, as announced today by Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Commissioner Ty M. Votaw.
Golf - 16 Aug 2002
Paul Fisher, a long-serving golf administrator from Gloucestershire, has accepted the nomination to become President Elect of the English Golf Union for the year 2003 with a view to becoming its President in 2004.
Golf - 13 Aug 2002
The PGA Tour of Australasia today announced the resignation of well respected Director of Tour Operations, Trevor Herden.
Golf - 02 Aug 2002
It has been announced that the 2002 Seniors Tour will reach its climax on the shores of the Mediterranean this year when the second Tunisian Seniors Open returns to El Kantaoui Golf Club from 17-19 October.
Golf - 24 Jul 2002
The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Resorts will play host to the 2003 World Golf Championships-EMC World Cup, it was announced Tuesday by the International Federation of PGA Tours.
Golf - 04 Jul 2002
This year marks the eighth successive staging of the Smurfit European Open at the K Club, Straffan, Co Kildare. The tournament has forged an international reputation as a highlight of the European Tour, attracting many of the world's leading golfers competing for the over EUR3 million prize fund.
Golf - 02 Jul 2002
Charles Church, one of the UK’s leading premium housebuilders, have become the new title sponsors of the Scottish Seniors Open at the magnificent Roxburghe course in the Scottish Borders for the next four years.
Golf - 26 Jun 2002
(London, June 21 2002) The Evian Ladies European Tour is delighted to announce the return of the Ladies Taiwan Open to the Tour schedule in 2003, after a break of one season.
Golf - 21 Jun 2002
Gold Coast, Australia, June 20 2002) The Evian Ladies European Tour (LET) and Australian Ladies Professional Golf (ALPG) are delighted to announce that the ANZ Ladies Masters has increased the prize money and will once again be played at its permanent home, the Royal Pines Resort on Queensland's Gold Coast between February 20-23, 2003.
Golf - 20 Jun 2002
The Volvo China Open aims to more than double prize money in the next two years. China’s premier golf championship returns in September this year to Shanghai Silport G.C. already having boosted prize money by 25%.
Golf - 19 Jun 2002
Tournament Chairman, Steve Frazer, announced today that the ANZ Championship will be staged at the magnificent New South Wales Golf Club at La Perouse in Sydney from February 6 through 9, 2003.
Golf - 24 May 2002
The Golf Channel and The European Tour have announced an agreement that will make the 24 hours a day cable TV network the exclusive home of European Tour events broadcast in the United States, Canada and Japan through to 2007.
Golf - 16 May 2002
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., May 16, 2002 – ADT Security Services (ADT) will begin a two-year, Tour-wide presenting sponsorship of the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour’s Real-Time Scoring System at the Asahi Ryokuken International Championship this week.
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