Paralympic golf is once again the protagonist in England, which is preparing to host two events in a few days. On May 2nd and 3rd, the G4D @ Betfred British Masters hosted by Danny Willett will be staged on the Belfry Hotel & Resort in Sutton Coldfield, near Birmingham.
This is the inaugural appointment of the G4D (Golf for the Disabled) season which anticipates the Betfred British Masters hosted by Danny Willett, the DP World Tour tournament (won in 2020 by Renato Paratore) scheduled from 5 to 8 May on the same path.
The field will consist of ten of the best players in the world. Representing the Italian colors there will be Tommaso Perrino, Technical Commissioner of the Men’s and Women’s Paralympic National Team of the FIG. The blue will have to challenge in addition to Brendan Lawlor, the 25-year-old Irish favorite for the final victory, also the British Kipp Popert and Mike Browne, the Spaniard Juan Postigo, the Canadian Kurtis Barkley, the American Chris Biggins, the Norwegian Fredrik Fjaeraa, the Swede Johan Kammerstad and the Dutch Daphne van Houten.
Paralympic golf, England
About 30 kilometers from the Belfry Hotel & Resort, the EDGA Johnny Reay Classic will be held on the course of the Stoneleigh Deer Park Golf Club in Stonoleigh (Coventry) from 4 to 5 May. Tommaso Perrino will join the rest of the Italian expedition, formed by Gregorio Guglielminetti, Cristiano Berlanda, Paolo Fancelli and Fabrizio Gardiol.
For the Paralympic Team of the Italian Golf Federation there will be, on the course of the Cosmopolitan Golf & Country Club of Tirrenia, in Pisa, the first Technical Meeting of 2022. The FIG, in this way, confirms its commitment and its closeness to the players and to disabled players.
The Italian Paralympic Team of the Italian Golf Federation, on the course of the Cosmopolitan Golf & Country Club of Tirrenia, in Pisa, will begin the first Technical Meeting of 2022, which confirms the commitment of the FIG and its proximity to players with disabilities in the field of a sport that tries to be more and more inclusive and that goes every barrier.
In fact, inclusiveness is one of the fundamental things of the Ryder Cup 2023 project. The fundamental ingredients of this meeting will be team spirit, play, tenacity, concentration and lots of training. All of this will end on Sunday 24 April with the Paralympic Team followed on the pitch by the technical staff led by Tommaso Perrino, Technical Commissioner of the FIG Men’s and Women’s Paralympic National Team.
The Italian Paralympic Team also played the Italian Open in 2020 and 2021 alongside the champions of the DP World Tour, who made their debut on the Alps Tour last March 21 at the National Golf of Sutri, in Viterbo, in the second stage. of the Winter Series.