Continental Europe’s oldest national Open will be played May 6-9 2021
The tournament will return to the venue which hosted The 2018 Ryder Cup
The European Tour and the Fédération Française de Golf (FFG) today announced the Open de France will return to Le Golf National from May 6-9, 2021, with Grégory Havret becoming the first tournament host in the event’s illustrious history.
Continental Europe’s oldest national Open, first played in 1906, returns to the European Tour’s International Schedule after being cancelled in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Like other tournaments on the 2021 Race to Dubai, the Open de France will be played under the auspices of the European Tour’s health strategy which will continue to evolve in line with French Government guidance.
Read more at the European Tour link.