Open De France Prediction, Preview, and Odds (2023)
- European Tour action takes place in France this weekend
- The Open De France boasts a purse of $3.25 million
There is a break on the PGA Tour this weekend, but there is action on the European Tour to look ahead to. This weekend’s action takes place in Paris, as the Open De France is staged. You can find the latest odds and picks for the event here.
Schedule & How To Watch
- When: Thursday, September 21, 2023- Sunday, September 24, 2023
- Where: Le Golf National, Paris, France
- How To Watch: Golf Channel
Open De France Odds
|Min Woo Lee||+1000|
There is competitive action on the European Tour to look forward to this weekend, as the Open De France takes place in Paris. This event has been a regular stop on the Tour since 1906, with the event being among the events included on the inaugural tour in 1972.
Players will compete across 7,247 yards, with the event being a par 71. The stroke play event boasts a purse of $3.25 million, and is staged annually at the Le Golf National. The aggregate record score was set by Lu Liang-Huan in 1971, as he finished with a score of 262. Meanwhile, Seve Ballesteros holds the par record, as he finished 21-under when winning in 1985.
There is a very competitive feel to the event this weekend, but Tom Kim is a hot favorite in the betting. The South Korean was in excellent form at the BMW PGA Championship last weekend, as he finished ten-under to finish in a tie for 18th. He had made the cut in each of his previous five appearances, which includes an excellent tie for second at The Open at the end of July.
French hopes will be on Victor Perez this weekend, as he looks to overcome the disappointment after missing out on Ryder Cup selection. However, he could face a big challenge based on his previous best showing in a tie for 16th in 2019. Billy Horschel could be an outside chance this weekend, as he has looked back to his best in recent weeks.
Open De France Prediction
We will be siding with Min Woo Lee this weekend. He looks to hold all the skills required to win this event, and he has been incredibly consistent at the top level of the sport throughout the season.