(JUPITER, Florida) – H4Events USA, which organizes and conducts golf-related travel experiences between the U.S. and France, will present the Horizon Classic Feb. 28–March 3, 2015, at PGA National Resort & Spa in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. Participants will watch weekend action at the Honda Classic, featuring many of the PGA Tour’s best players; savor fine cuisine throughout their four-day stay; and be part of the tournament closing party. Then, on Monday and Tuesday, participants will enjoy competing on the Palmer Course and the Champions Course, home of The Honda Classic, with a concluding awards ceremony.
“We look forward to welcoming participants from the U.S., France and throughout Europe who will be joining us for this exciting event,” said Laurent-Alix Huguet, founder and CEO of H4Events USA, “where we will watch world-class golf, enjoy beautiful accommodations and play both courses at this fine venue. In addition, participants will have the choice to follow the top 70 players in the world with an optional trip to the World Golf Championships–Cadillac Championship, to be competed at Trump National Doral in Miami.”
Patricia Meunier-Lebouc, a French professional golfer who won seven tournaments on both the Ladies European Tour (LET) and the LPGA Tour, will serve as Ambassador of the Horizon Classic in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. In 2000, she won the French Open and the Austrian Open on the LET and was a member of the victorious European Solheim Cup Team. In 2002, she became the third LPGA Rolex First-Time Winner of the season with her victory at the State Farm Classic, and in 2003 she won the Kraft Nabisco, a Major tournament.
“It is my pleasure to contribute to the synergy between France and the U.S. being developed by H4Events USA,” said Meunier-Lebouc. “These initiatives are in line with my mission as a national coach for the French Golf Federation to help grow the game.”
For more information, see www.h4events.com.