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

the sinking of leader Rasmus Højgaard on hole n°2 of the Albatross

The Dane burned six shots clear on the first par 3 of the course by sticking three balls in the water. A nightmare… which revives Paul Barjon! In Saint-Quentin en Yvelines, Since the first round of the French Open which takes place at the Golf National de Saint-Quentin in Yvelines, Rasmus Højgaard has been walking … Read more

Three French in the 6 of the Open de France, Rasmus Hojgaard remains leader

This time Rasmus Hojgaard was not the only one flying on the Albatross. In the same game as the Dane, Antoine Rozner let himself be carried away by the support of the public, excited to find side by side the leader of the French Open and the best tricolor of the day. The Parisian felt … Read more

Paul Barjon, provisionally leading the French Open: “The shots go 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 shots go as I want, a bit like on console. The tournament is long, one day is fine, but you have … Read more

“Passing the cut is doable and why not a top 10?”

Thomas Levet PHIL INGLIS / GETTY IMAGES EUROPE – AFP Invited by the European Tour, Thomas Levet is taking part this week in his 29th Open de France. In Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, At 54, the winner of the 2011 edition – ” It’s been eleven years already, I feel like it was yesterday – winner six times … Read more

First for Ines Laklalech at the French Open

Whether it’s the onlookers gathered around the green of 18, or the residents of the Barrière hotel leaning on the window of their room, none of the spectators of this Lacoste Ladies Open de France would have advanced the victory of the Moroccan Ines Laklalech after the first shots of the last round. Starting in … Read more

New decor in Deauville for the Lacoste Ladies Open de France

After the Paris International Golf Club, Chantaco and the Golf du Médoc, the Lacoste Ladies Open de France discovers this year the Golf Barrière de Deauville. If Céline Boutier is the defending champion, this new route reshuffles the cards a bit. “ Changing frames takes a bit of the pressure off my title defense, admits … Read more

World amateur team: France in ambush

Before the last round of the Men’s World Amateur Team Championship, this Saturday on the Albatros at the Golf National, the suspense remains as five nations are held in 2 small points. Behind Sweden (-23), which managed a fantastic comeback to take the lead thanks to an impressive day in -14 (Tobias Jonsson, -8, and … Read more