Golf de l’Isle Adam will play host to the 2022 LETAS season finale which will feature the biggest prize fund in LETAS history with a total of €80,000
The LET Access Series (LETAS) is happy to announce the 2022 season finale will take place at Golf de l’Isle Adam in October next year.
Boasting the biggest prize fund in LETAS history – €80,000 – the tournament will see the top 50 players in the Order of Merit and 10 invites battle it out over 54-holes from October 21-23, 2022.
Golf de l’Isle Adam is one of the most beautiful courses in the I’le de France region and is located just 40 minutes from Paris.
The superb championship course was designed by internationally renowned architect Ronald Fream and the tournament will mark a great moment for women’s golf in the region.
Players will be hosted in the Domaine des Vanneaux Hotel Golf & Spa of the MGallery 4* Collection, which will provide optimal conditions for the players to perform their best.
PRP SPORT & EVENT was created by two business executives Stéphane Pourrain and Jérôme Rozier, as well as professional golfer Emie Peronnin to promote women’s professional golf by offering optimal hospitality and playing conditions.
Biggest prize fund in LETAS history
Stéphane Pourrain & Jérôme Rozier, promoters of the tournament, said:
"We are, with Emie, delighted to see the Grand Final event of the season taking place in L'Isle Adam, and in l’Ile de France. The players will be received in unique and exceptional conditions.
“Housed and fully taken care of in the splendid Domaine des Vanneaux Hotel Golf & Spa of the MGallery 4* Collection, the players will be confronted to the demanding course of the Golf de l'Isle Adam designed by the architect Ronald Fream and will try to take home the biggest prize money of the season.”
Emie Peronnin, professional golfer and promoter of the tournament, added:
“I am beyond thrilled that PRP SPORT & EVENT will be able to bring this new tournament to the LETAS Schedule. I have had the pleasure to play myself several times the Golf de l’Isle Adam and to stay at the stunning Domaine des Vanneaux Hotel Golf & Spa.
“I know this is going to be a fantastic experience for the players on and off the course. I am incredibly grateful to Stéphane and Jérôme who are making this tournament possible. Both are amazing human beings, and they are trying to change the way things are done in women’s golf for the better.”
It’s fantastic to hear this announcement just before Christmas, an early gift. The largest prize fund in the 2021 season was €55,000, so it's great to see more investment coming into the LETAS. We’re looking forward to seeing the full schedule released soon.