French Open start times

Le Golf National has been present since October 20, 2019. Three years after the coronation of Nicolas Colsaerts, the Cazoo Open de France is back for its 104th edition (September 22-25). The Belgian sets off at 1:30 p.m. (hole n°1) to defend his crown. He will be accompanied by Adrian Meronk and Robert MacIntyre, on the strength of his title obtained at the Italian Open last week. Third in Rome, Victor Perez will start from hole n°10 at 1:30 p.m., accompanied by Thomas Pieters and Ewen Ferguson.

In addition to the defending champion, three other former champions will start at the Albatros: Graeme Storm (1:40 p.m. of 10), Thomas Levet (8:50 a.m. of 10) and Marcel Siem (9:30 a.m. of 10).

First departures at 7:50 a.m., Reed at 8:20 a.m.

The first face-offs are played at 7:50 a.m. with the French players Joël Stalter (from 1) and Robin Roussel (from 10) in particular. They will launch the impressive contingent of 29 Tricolores, followed by the regulars of the European Tour: Romain Langasque (8:10 a.m. of 10), Matthieu Pavon and Victor Dubuisson (8:40 a.m. of 10) or Antoine Rozner (1:20 p.m. of 1).

After his first Challenge Tour victory at the Portuguese Open last week, Pierre Pineau will start his first French Open at 2:10 p.m. (from 10). Guillaume Biaugeaud’s pupil did his reconnaissance part with Patrick Reed, the scarecrow of this tournament. The winner of the 2018 Masters will play his first shot at 8:20 a.m. (from 1).


Leave a Comment