This year Cazoo Open de France will be held at Le Golf National in Paris where Belgian Nicolas Colsaerts won the competition in 2019. And the covid-19 pandemic stopped the tournament during the last two years. you will know everything about the Cazoo Open de France 2022 here.
Colsaerts is the reigning champion as there was no competition in 2020 or 2021. Robert MacIntyre, who won the Italian Open last week, is again in the field as he attempts to win back-to-back tournaments.
The tournament must follow a 72-hole stroke play format with a par of 71. The players can win a share of the €3,000,000 prize pool. 78 players are taking part in Tee-01’s opening round. The competition will consist of three rounds and 7331-yard play duration.
Defending Champion: Nicolas Colsaerts
In October 2019, Colsaerts triumphed at the Open de France at Le Golf National west of Paris, France. Nicolas Colsaerts is a professional golfer from Belgium. He was born on November 14, 1982, and currently plays on the European Tour after having previously played on the PGA Tour. He was a young man when he began his career.
Colsaerts finished 172nd on the Order of Merit in his inaugural season on the European Tour, which was disappointing. Colsaerts’ entry on the European Tour was denied. Despite playing without a victory during the 2002 Challenge Tour season, he finished tenth on the Challenge Tour Order of Merit to regain his 2003 European Tour membership. Colsaerts continued to play on the European Tour for the following four seasons. And he succeeded in 2019 as well.
When will the Cazoo Open de France 2022 2022 be held?
The Cazoo Open de France 2022’s 4 rounds are set to take place from September 22 to September 25, 2022. (Thursday-Sunday).
Cazoo Open de France 2022: Schedule
There are three rounds in the Cazoo Open de France 2022. The schedule is portrayed in the following table:
|Round 1||September 22|
|Round 2||September 23|
|Round 3||September 24|
|Final Round||September 25|
How to watch Cazoo Open de France 2022 2022 on TV?
- Golf Channel
- Sky sports golf
All of the action will be shown on NBC’s Golf Channel during the week, but there won’t be any coverage on Thursday due to the Presidents Cup. Considering this, you may watch the Golf Channel on streaming services like AT&T TV Now and fuboTV. The following schedules of airing times are shown (all ET):
|Round||Date||Streaming Time (ET)|
|Round 1||Sept. 22, Thursday||12.30 pm-5.30 pm (sky sports golf)|
|Round 2||Sept. 23, Friday||4 am-6 am (Golf Channel)|
|Round 3||Sept. 24, Saturday||3 am-5 am (Golf Channel)|
|Round 4||Sept. 25, Sunday||4 am-6 am (Golf Channel)|
How to live stream the tournament?
Last year’s Cazoo Open de France 2022 competition was broadcast live on Eurosportslive. As in previous years, Eurosport will broadcast the championship circuit events live.
Where will the tournament take place?
- Le Golf National, Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France
The venue for The Cazoo Open de France 2022 PGA tour championship 2022 is Le Golf National, Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France. It will be held in Cazoo. That’s why it is named Cazoo Open de France.
Cazoo Open de France 2022 2022 Tee Times: Round 1
All players start from tee#1:
|Tee Times (ET)*||1st Hole|
|05:50 AM||Haydn Porteous, Joel Stalter, Aaron Cockerill|
|06:00 AM||Jamie Donaldson, Oliver Bekker, Scott Jamieson|
|06:10 AM||Jack Singh Brar, Hui-Lin Zhang, Alfredo Garcia-Heredia|
|06:20 AM||Patrick Reed, Johannes Veerman, Daniel van Tonder|
|06:30 AM||Alvaro Quiros, Francesco Laporta, Mikko Korhonen|
|06:40 AM||Grégory Bourdy, Tom Lewis, Jorge Campillo|
|06:50 AM||George Coetzee, Darius van Driel, Jeremy Gandon|
|07:00 AM||Kristoffer Broberg, Lucas Bjerregaard, Dale Whitnell|
|07:10 AM||Connor Syme, Jeff Winther, Damien Perrier|
|07:20 AM||Oliver Farr, Mathieu Decottignies Lafon, Matt Ford|
|07:30 AM||Gregory Havret, Lorenzo Gagli, Craig Howie|
|07:40 AM||Joakim Lagergren, David Howell, Marcel Schneider|
|07:50 AM||Alejandro Cañizares, Masahiro Kawamura, Sami Valimaki|
|10:50 PM||Gavin Kyle Green, Pedro Figueiredo, Santiago Tarrio|
|11:00 AM||Guido Migliozzi, Benjamin Hebert, Alexander Björk|
|11:10 PM||Thriston Lawrence, Richie Ramsay, Michael Lorenzo-Vera|
|11:20 PM||Thomas Bjørn, Antoine Rozner, Rasmus Højgaard|
|11:30 PM||Nicolas Colsaerts, Robert MacIntyre, Adrian Meronk|
|11:40 PM||Sean Crocker, Takumi Kanaya, Julien Guerrier|
|11:50 PM||Alex Fitzpatrick, Grant Forrest. Julien Brun|
|12:00 PM||Maverick Antcliff, Joachim B. Hansen, Julian Suri|
|12:10 PM||Wil Besseling, Hugo Le Goff, Steven Brown|
|12:20 PM||David Horsey, Adrian Otaegui, Darren Fichardt|
|12:30 PM||Pep Angles, Oihan Guillamoundeguy, Niall Kearney|
|12:40 PM||Garrick Porteous, Nathan Legendre, Niklas Norgaard Moller|
|12:50 PM||David Drysdale, Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Jazz Janewattananond|