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Open de France, three years after last time

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Three years after the last time, the Open de France returns to the DP World Tour calendar. From 22 to 25 September, at Le Golf National in Guyancourt (near Paris), on the course that hosted the Ryder Cup in 2018, there will be five Italians competing in the 104th edition of the event (born in 1906 and canceled due to Covid- 19 in 2020 and 2021).

With Edoardo Molinari, best blue in Rome last week at the Italian Open, here are also Guido Migliozzi, Renato Paratore, Francesco Laporta and Lorenzo Gagli. Two Italian successes in the competition, signed respectively by Ugo Grappasonni in 1949 and by Costantino Rocca in 1993.

Open de France, schedule

Defending the title won in 2019 will be Belgian Nicolas Colsaerts who, three years ago, returned to winning seven years after the last time. In the race, among the favorites on the eve, also the Scottish Robert MacIntyre, fresh from success at the Italian Open where he overtook, on the first hole of the play-off, the English Matt Fitzpatrick, world number 10.

Three years after the last time, the Open de France returns to the DP World Tour calendar. From 22 to 25 September, at Le Golf National in Guyancourt (near Paris), on the course that hosted the Ryder Cup in 2018, there will be five Italians competing in the 104th edition of the event (born in 1906 and canceled due to Covid- 19 in 2020 and 2021).

With Edoardo Molinari, best blue in Rome last week at the Italian Open, here are also Guido Migliozzi, Renato Paratore, Francesco Laporta and Lorenzo Gagli. Two Italian successes in the competition, signed respectively by Ugo Grappasonni in 1949 and by Costantino Rocca in 1993.

Defending the title won in 2019 will be Belgian Nicolas Colsaerts who, three years ago, returned to winning seven years after the last time. In the race, among the favorites on the eve, also the Scottish Robert MacIntyre, fresh from success at the Italian Open where he overtook, on the first hole of the play-off, the English Matt Fitzpatrick, world number 10.

First played on the Boulie course from 1906 to 1912, the tournament then took place on different courses before joining the national golf course in 1991 where it has since taken place on the Albatros course with the exception of from 1999 (Le Pian Médoc) and 2001 (Lyon).

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