Open de France betting tips and predictions for this week’s golf event in France with free win and each-way golf betting tips.
This will be the 98th Edition of the Alstom Open de France which will be staged at Le Golf National.
German Martin Kaymer heads the market in the latest Open de France betting odds and he will be looking to get back to form after disappointing last week in his home event the BMW International Open were he surprisingly missed the cut.
Open de France Each-way Betting Tips
Victor Dubuisson each-way – bet here at 28/1 with Sky Bet.
I have a feeling that a Frenchman will lift the trophy this week in Paris and there would be no surprise to see Victor Dubuisson crowned Champion on Sunday afternoon. Victor burst onto the golfing scene back in November 2013 when the big hitting Frenchman won the Turkish Airlines Open by two strokes beating Welshman Jamie Donaldson. He has had a decent campaign to date playing in eight events sanctioned by the European Tour – his best performance in stroke play was at the recently held Nordea Masters where he was beaten in a three way playoff by Thailand's Thongchai Jaidee after producing four rounds in the 60's.
Romain Wattel each-way – bet here at 40/1 with Coral.
Another Frenchman added to the shortlist for this week’s golf betting tips is the inform Romain Wattel. In his last five events on the European Tour stretching back to the BMW PGA Championship, he has finished no worse than 30th position with figures of T30th, T11th, T17th, T21st and T12th. The latter was at last week’s event in Germany the BMW International Open where he shot an eye catching four rounds in the 60's proving that his game is in fine shape at the moment. Romain is an emerging talent on the European Tour and he showed his natural ability when he captured the 2010 Allianz European Strasbourg de la Wantzenau when he was a 19 year old amateur.
Rafa Cabrera-Bello – bet here at 33/1 with Coral.
Rafa was one of my tips last week at the BMW International Open when he claimed each way money for my followers, and I see no reason not to stick by the inform Spaniard this week in France. It could have been so much better for Rafa had he not limped to a third round 70 which probably cost him the title on Sunday when he lost out in a four way playoff. Cabrera-Bello is not a prolific winner as he has only won twice on the European Tour since turning pro in 2005, but he is showing some real signs that a win is just around the corner, in his last four starts the Spaniard has finished inside the top 30 on each occasion. He is currently in 6th position on Tour for his stroke average which is currently at 70.12 per round which is very healthy and is our next each-way Open de France betting tip this week.
Joost Luiten each-way – bet here at 33/1 with Coral.
Joost Luiten has played in 11 events so far this campaign, so far he has had a successful season without actually getting a win on the CV for 2014, he has notched up 4 top 10 finishes which shows his game is in very good fettle coming into this event this week. The Dutchman has taken a few weeks off, his last event was at the US Open where he missed the cut, but he will be back in Europe this week and I feel he will be raring to go at the Le Golf National Club. Joost has been one of the most consistent players on the European Tour in the last twelve months and I feel that the time is right for the Dutchman to get his first win of 2014. Luiten had some great success in 2013 where he won twice in a matter of three months between June and September.
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