GUIDE: THIS WEEK’S PRO GOLF TOUR EVENTS

It’s Wednesday, and time for our quick rundown of the week’s professional golf tour events – PGA, Champions, European, LPGA, Web.com.

 
The PGA Tour Champions and Web.com tours are off until late March while the LPGA Tour is on a one-week break, so the schedule is very limited this week with only two tours playing. The PGA Tour is heading back to Florida for the Valspar Championship; and the European Tour is in India for the Hero Indian Open.

Here’s a preview of the two golf tournaments this week.

PGA Tour

 

Valspar Championship

Dates: March 9-12, 2017
Course: Copperhead (Innisbrook Resort) – Palm Harbor, Florida
Winning Share: $1.134M
Defending Champion: Charl Schwartzel
Marquee Players: Henrik Stenson, Justin Thomas, Gary Woodland, Charles Howell III, Keegan Bradley
Website: ValsparChampionship.com/


European Tour

 

Hero Indian Open

Dates: March 9-12, 2017
Course: DLF G&CC – New Dehli, India
Architect: Arnold Palmer, Renovated by Gary Player
Winning Share: €275,828 (EURO) or $291,177K (US)
Defending Champion: Shiv Chawrasia
Marquee Players: Rafa Cabrera Bello, Aniban Lahiri, Peter Uihlein, George Coetzee
Website: http://heroindianopen.com/

Drew Johnson

Drew is a Pro Golf Weekly Contributor.

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