Two weeks after The 2018 Ryder Cup takes place at Le Golf National, the action returns to the French capital at the Paris Legends Championships.
The over-50s circuit travels to Racing Club de France La Boulie, five miles from The Ryder Cup venue, for the third edition of the event, from October 11-13.
Le Golf National has been the home of the Championship for the last two seasons, but with the 42nd Ryder Cup taking place on the Albatros course, Paris Legends Championship has a new home for 2018.
Paul Broadhurst claimed the title last year after a final day battle with two-time Major Champion John Daly, having led for 36 holes.
The former 1991 Ryder Cup player lost the lead with nine holes to go, however, Daly’s advantage did not last long as Broadhurst made three birdies in his final seven holes to win by two strokes.
“We are very much looking forward to the Paris Legends Championship,” said Head of the Staysure Tour David MacLaren.
“Over the last two seasons it has been a fantastic event and I expect it to be another great tournament this year with the buzz of The Ryder Cup around Paris.
“The tournament is at a new venue, which is exciting, and I know there has already been a lot of hard work put in by the team at Racing Club de France.”