The first day of the French Open, which began this Thursday and will end on Sunday at the Golf National de Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (Yvelines), is not yet over but already a Frenchman, Paul Barjon, s 'illustrated.
"It's a very good thing for tricolor golf and for our site", smiles Philippe Pilato, the director, who also had "a few little things to put in place" so that the competition goes as well as possible for the competitors. and for the public.
Halfway between the 2018 Ryder Cup and the 2024 Paris Games, Le Golf National continues its quest for excellence at all levels.
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