The European Tour wings its way to France for the host country’s 100th staging of the event.
Le Golf National’s Albatros course will host the tournament for the 25th time having undergone extensive remodelling since last year’s renewal. Rory Mcilroy is in the field, as is Masters’ champion, Danny Willet.
We’ve got three each way picks, all of whom went well here in 2015 to varying degrees.
First up is last year’s winner, Berndt Wiesberger. The big Austrian’s recent form figures read 15, 10, 75, 7 with the missed cut as the USOPEN. I thought he’d be shorter in the market than he is, so he’s a bet.
1 unit each way at $31 with
Tyrrell Hatton has let himself (and us) down a couple of times on Sunday in recent months but that shouldn’t put us off following him. We can always lay off on Sunday if he puts himself in contention again. He was 12th in the event in 2015 and his odds have drifted over the last three weeks and he is now back at very reasonable odds.
1 unit each way at $67 with
James Morrison withdrew last week so we will have to take his wellbeing on face value but he says he’s ‘all fit and well’ on Twitter. He was in solid form before last week and he could have won the week before in the Lyoness Open when he ended up 4th. He was a good second in this event last year and looks decent value at his current odds.
1 unit each way at $71 with