French golf wants to move upmarket on the world stage

By Laurent Louet Posted on 21/09/2022 at 17:03, Update on 09/21/2022 at 7:32 p.m. Englishman Tommy Fleetwood wins the 101st HNA Open de France, in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, July 2, 2017. LAHALLE PIERRE/SPORTS PRESS INVESTIGATION – The discipline may well be the fourth largest sports federation in the country by the number of licensees, but its international … Read more

French Open: Guido Migliozzi wins with a magnificent 62 final, Paul Barjon 3rd

Starting from 9th place and 5 shots from the lead on Sunday morning, Guido Migliozzi nevertheless came back from behind on the 4th lap, to beat Rasmus Hojgaard at the post. Even pointing up to twelve shots from the Dane at the start of the 3rd round, but by equaling his Albatross course record (62) … Read more

French Open: Guido Migliozzi wins with a magnificent 62 final, Paul Barjon 3rd

Starting from 9th place and 5 shots from the lead on Sunday morning, Guido Migliozzi nevertheless came back from behind on the 4th lap, to beat Rasmus Hojgaard at the post. Even pointing up to twelve shots from the Dane at the start of the 3rd round, but by equaling his Albatross course record (62) … Read more

French Open: Paul Barjon’s beautiful day

No, you are not dreaming, thirty-nine years and six months separate the dean of the tricolor contingent of this Open de France, Thomas Levet (54), winner of the tournament in 2011 and guest in his capacity, from his youngest, Hugo Le Goff (14 years old), 2021 French amateur champion. It is all the charm (or … Read more

Paul Barjon, provisionally leading the French Open: “The blows parent as I want”

Paul Barjon (65, -6), leader after his first lap one step ahead of Jamie Donaldson and James Morrison: “A good start, a great shot, a bit like in my reconnaissance game on Wednesday. The moves parent as I want, a bit like on console. The tournament is long, one day is fine, but you have … Read more

French golf wants to move upmarket on the world stage

By Laurent Louet Published 2 minutes ago, Update 2 minutes ago Englishman Tommy Fleetwood wins the 101st HNA Open de France, in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, July 2, 2017. LAHALLE PIERRE/SPORTS PRESS INVESTIGATION – The discipline may well be the fourth largest sports federation in the country by the number of licensees, but its international influence remains insufficient … Read more

Victor Perez and Antoine Rozner to lead the 29 French at the French Open

Between the 2018 Ryder Cup and the 2024 Paris Olympic Games, the annual Golf National hosts the Cazoo Open de France. Except that the competition was canceled in 2020 and 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. From Thursday, the Belgian Nicolas Colsaerts will defend his title acquired in 2019. And the field will be raised: … Read more