Luca Cianchetti, Open of Little Venice of the Red Sea
Blue domination in Egypt where Italgolf is showing off at the Alps Tour. In Suez, Luca Cianchetti won, with 200 (62 68 70, -16) strokes, the Open of Little Venice of the Red Sea. Second place (202, -14) for Jacopo Vecchi Fossa (who with this result returns to the top of the order of merit of the third European men’s circuit) and Ludovico Addabbo.
Luca Cianchetti, visit to the Alps
After those of Vecchi Fossa (Abruzzo Alps Open) and Stefano Mazzoli (Antognolla Alps Open) for the Italian professionals, the third success of 2021 has arrived, still on the third European circuit, more and more formed in Italy.
In the first six races for Italgolf, three wins and two second places (signed by Matteo Manassero) came. With the Red Sea Little Venice Open which, for the second year in a row (winner in 2020 by Stefano Mazzoli), smiles at an Italian player.
The search for inclusiveness in European Tour golf continues with the announcement of the EDGA European Tour 2021, which will host four new tournaments for disabled golfers at the UK Swing, before the top eight players qualify. for the EDGA Dubai Finale to be held at the DP World Tour Championship, Dubai at Jumeirah Golf Estates in November.
In collaboration with the European Disabled Golf Association (EDGA) and as part of Golf For Good – the global corporate social responsibility program of the European Tour – 20 golfers drawn from the World Ranking of Disabled Golfers (WR4GD) as of May 16, 2021 have the opportunity to tackle the same course setup as the professionals on the European Tour, with the new 36-hole tournaments taking place over successive event weekends in Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland and England.
Each player will be invited to compete in two consecutive tournaments – these ten even-ranked players will play the EDGA Wales Open at Celtic Manor Resort July 24-25 and the ISPS HANDA World Disability Invitational presented by Brendan Lawlor on July 31. August 1 in Massereene (Saturday) and Galgorm Castle (Sunday).
Lawlor, the first professional disabled golfer to compete in a European Tour event, has had a huge impact on the disabled golfing tour, including winning the inaugural EDGA Scottish Open in 2019, and now the Irishman will host the EDGA tournament of this year in Northern Ireland.