Golf de La Grange Aux Ormes, host of the 2024 Open International de la Mirabelle d’Or. Photo Credits: Alps Tour Golf/ Federico Capretti 
12th June 2024 | Alps Tour Golf

The 21st edition of the 2024 Open International de la Mirabelle d’Or gets underway on Friday.

Metz, June 12th, 2024- The Alps Tour season continues as we move to the Northeastern Grand Est Region in France for the 21st Open International de la Mirabelle d’Or. The tournament will be played from June 14th until June 16th at its usual host, Golf Domaine de la Grange Aux Ormes near Metz, France. It is celebrating its 21st edition this year but has been a part of the Alps Tour schedule since 2005.

On April 24th, an 18-hole stroke-play qualifier event was played at the tournament host, Golf Domaine de la Grange Aux Ormes, that offered players the opportunity to qualify for the extra 5 available spots into this week’s field.

On June 13th, the traditional Alps Tour, Tour Scramble pro-am will be played with approximately 25 teams competing.

The Field

There will be a strong field represented in France this week. The majority of this season’s previous winners are scheduled to compete: France’s Aymeric Laussot, winner of the 2024 Ein Bay OpenEdoardo R. Lipparelli from Italy, winner of the 2024 New Giza Open, Italy’s Gianmaria Rean Trinchero winner of the 2024 Tunisian Golf OpenMattia Comotti from Italy winner of the 2024 Memorial Giorgio Bordoni presented by AON and Austria’s Maximilian Steinlechner winner of the 2024 Gösser Open. 

Among the players scheduled to compete, Jacopo Vecchi Fossa, will also be present. He captured multiple wins on the Alps Tour over the years, as well as earning the 2021 Alps Tour Order of Merit title, which allowed him to gain status on the Challenge Tour.

Participating in this week’s field is current Order of Merit Leader, Italy’s Edoardo R Lipparelli in addition to 8 of the top 10 players in the actual rank: Benjamin Kedochim, Aymeric Laussot, Enrico Di Nitto, Mattia Comotti, Gianmaria Rean Trinchero, Harry Goddard, Manfredi Manica and Vince Van Veen all of whom are trying to capture the 2024 Open International de La Mirabelle d’Or title.

Netherland’s Kiet Van der Weele, the most recent past winner of the tournament, captured his 3rd title of the 2023 season during last year’s edition of the Open International de La Mirabelle d’Or which allowed him to earn immediate playing category on the Challenge Tour. He will not be in the field this week as graduated to the Challenge Tour with the excellent results he earned in the past Alps Tour season.

The 144 players scheduled to compete this week represent 15 different nationalities. Furthermore, the players will contend for a prize fund of € 40.000 and 45,000 Order of Merit points. The winner of the 2024 Open International de La Mirabelle d’Or, will earn the winning check of €5,800 and 6,525 Order of Merit points.

The format of the tournament is a 54-hole stroke play, where a cut will be made after 36 holes to the top 40 players and ties, which will then compete during the final round scheduled for June 16th, 2024.

To view the most up-to-date entry list, click here.

The Course

Golf Domaine de la Grange Aux Ormes in Metz, France, is a 6436 meters par 70 course. Designed by Philippe Gourdon, it is placed on an undulating terrain that offers various challenges to each player. The golf course is outlined by century-old trees and water hazards yet provides views of the surrounding countryside and Val Messin.

The château in the background is the estate’s signature view. The fairways are relatively broad, but the dense rough can penalize any inconsistent tee shot.

Golf Domaine de la Grange Aux Ormes is home to 27 holes, an 18 holes course called “Le Bois Brûlé” and a 9 holes course called “Le Breuil”. “Le Bois Brûlé” has been the longtime host of the Open de la Mirabelle d’Or.

Tournament Promoter

The tournament is organized and promoted directly by the golf club, Golf Domaine de la Grange Aux Ormes.

The Institutional Sponsors that support this tournament are: Région Grand EstDépartement de la MoselleVille de MarlyInspire Metz, and Fédération Française de Golf.

The Private Partners at this event are: Crédit AgricoleMercedes KroelyDemathieu & Bard, Centre Porsche Lorraine and Opéra Théâtre.

The tournament’s Official Suppliers are: Eurogolf LuxembourgLemoyHeinekenChâteau Sainte-MargueriteCristian SenezAgence Grand AngleEvianPernod RicardFrance BoissonMetroFayard and Cafés Richard.

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