Gareth Bale is aiming for the Ryder Cup ’23

The Ryder Cup has confirmed this Wednesday the list of celebrities who will compete on September 27 in the All-Start Match that precedes one of the most emblematic competitions in golf and sport

The Ryder Cup has confirmed this Wednesday the list of celebrities who will compete on September 27 in the All-Start Match that precedes one of the most emblematic competitions in golf and sport.A list of celebrities in which the name of Gareth Bale stands out.

The former Real Madrid footballer will be the great attraction of the event since he will be able to display his passion for golf again. A passion that has already led him to compete in tournaments such as the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, where he managed to finish in the Top-20 in the amateur category.

Gareth Bale, golf
Bale will not be the only big sports star competing in this all-star match, as the Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic, winner of 23 Grand Slams, the Spanish Formula 1 driver Carlos Sainz, and the Former Ukrainian footballer Andriy Shevchenko.The Ryder Cup has also revealed what the pairings and matchups that will take place during this all-star match will be like.

In this way, Bale will be paired with the Scottish golfer Colin Montgomerie and will face the duo formed by Andriy Shevchenko and the golfer Corey Pavin, while Carlos Sainz will compete alongside the Italian golfer Tommaso Perrino against the duo formed by Novak Djokovic and the golfer Kipp Popert.

An All Star that will precede the great battle between Europe and the United States for world golf supremacy.MBE Gareth Frank Bale (Cardiff, 16 July 1989) is a former Welsh footballer who played as a forward.He is considered one of the best footballers of his generation, he grew up in the youth sector of Southampton, the team with which he made his professional debut.

In the summer of 2007, at the age of eighteen, he moved to Tottenham, where he established himself as one of the most promising talents of his generation, winning an English League Cup and, on an individual level, twice the PFA’s Best Player of the Year (2011 and 2013).

In the summer of 2013 he moved to Real Madrid for a total sum of 100 million euros,[8] which made him, at that time, the most expensive purchase in the history of football. With the Spanish team he won three Spanish championships, one Copa del Rey, three Spanish Super Cups, five UEFA Champions Leagues, three UEFA Super Cups and four FIFA Club World Cups.

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