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The 2018 Tour de France will be the 105th edition of the Tour de France, one of cycling's three Grand Tours.The 3,329km race will be the shortest of the 21st century. The start of the 2018 Tour (known as the Grand Départ) will be in the Vendée department, in the region of Pays de la Loire. The departments in the Pays de la Loire region hosted the Tour de France's cyclists on its very first edition back 1903. Since this time, the cities and towns of the Pays de la Loire region have welcomed the Grand Départ of the Tour de France nine times, five of which have set out from the Vendée.
The Open Championship, often referred to as The Open or the British Open, is the oldest of the four major championships in professional golf. Held since 1860 in the United Kingdom, it is administered by The R&A and is the only major outside the United States. The Open is currently the third major of the year, between the U.S. Open and the PGA Championship.
The current champion is Jordan Spieth, who won the 146th Open at Royal Birkdale in 2017 with a score of 268.
Berlin & Glasgow
Scotland and Germany are to co-host the first European Sports Championships in 2018. Around 2,900 athletes will come to Glasgow to take part in cycling, rowing, swimming and triathlon events, while Berlin will stage athletics.
The 2018 PGA Championship is the forthcoming 100th PGA Championship that will take place from August 9–12 at Bellerive Country Club in Town and Country, Missouri. This will be the second PGA Championship and third major at Bellerive. It will also be the last held in the month of August; just before the 2017 tournament, the PGA announced that the Championship will move to May in 2019.
The Scandinavian Masters, currently known as the Nordea Masters for sponsorship reasons, is an annual golf tournament on the European Tour that is played in Sweden.
The tournament has its origins in the Volvo Open and the Scandinavian Enterprise Open, which, in 1973, became the first Swedish stop on the European Tour schedule. The Scandinavian Masters is currently the only European Tour event to be held in Scandinavia, and in 2013 had a prize fund of €1.5 million, which is at the lower end of the scale for European Tour events held in the tour's home continent.