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The venue of this years Ryder Cup matches, Le Golf National plays host to this week’s 102nd Open de France which will be played over the Albatross course that surrounds the Chateau of Versailles, once home of King Louis XIV and one of three courses that make up Le Golf National.
The French Open is one of the oldest Open Championships played in Europe, the first event was won by Arnaud Massy who then went onto win the championship three more times. He also won the Open Championship held at Royal Liverpool in 1907, becoming the first none British player to win the event.
In 1985, the French Golf Federation's Executive Committee decided they wanted to give the Open de France a permanent home and came up with a plan to build the Le National Club, it took three years to construct and was open for play in 1990. Hubert Chesneau and Robert Von Hagge designed the 6,854-yard Albatross course and although built on flat farmland it manages to combine a links feel with American style target golf. The course has wide undulating fairways, with links style bunkering, water hazards and with artificially created sand dunes it offers a tough test of golf.
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I am away again this week on a press trip to Canada, looking out for all the reviews in the Christmas issue of PGR Magazine
My tips to Win:
Rafa Cabrera Bello 20/1 – with SportingBet
Thorbjorn Olesen 28/1 – with SportingBet
Andy Sullivan 28/1 – PaddyPower
Graeme McDowell 66/1 – with Coral
Mike Lorenzo-Vera 70/1 – with SportingBet
Jordan Smith 100/1 – with BetFred
Try Thongchai Jaidee 200/1 – with SpredEx
As always good luck
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Its Masters week and we have our world-renowned guide to the first major of the year.
Featuring Tenerife, which is quickly becoming Europe’s latest golf destination with some wonderfully designed courses that you can play in under 4-hours!
For the non-golfers, there are hotels and spa reviews and a feature on Panama where Jane Finn finds out there is more to this beautiful country than a canal and hiding your money.
For those who are looking to buy new equipment and apparel for the new season we bring you the latest offerings from Cleveland, Mizuno, Macgregor, Greg Norman Collection, Oscar Jacobson and Stuburt
And finally the “Play, Stay & Spa” section features the Foxhills Resort in Surrey, England that has two great golf courses set amongst the pines, spa, sports facilities, cycling trails, wonderful food and great accommodation for the perfect getaway.
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