A duo in the lead
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The Englishman Graeme Storm, former winner, and Australian Richard Green took the lead in the 95th Open de France on Thursday opened the route of the Albatross Golf National in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, free bets.
After the first day, two men took the lead in Open de France. The first, Graeme Storm, who triumphed here in 2007, scored six birdies to his credit, no bogey, making a 34 and go back to 31 with a birdie on hole 17, a four formidable. The second, Richard Green, an Australian of 40, already on the podium in recent years, was already at least 7 to the hole but a bogey N.14 on the famous no.17 will prevent the finish alone in the lead Thursday night . By making a map of 65, six under par, the two men have, however, a stroke ahead of a trio of Norwegian Thorbjorn Olesen, South Africa George Coetzee and Englishman James Morrison. The first French, Julien Guerrier, achieved a strong performance finishing in 68 after the first round.
"I am very happy. This must be a half-dozen times that I participate in the Open de France and this is the first time I play below by (71). But I had not arrived so confident here. I did not know what to think all that I suffer back now for over a year and that the pain is still there, "said the French, who shares his sixth with provisional ten other players with the Italian Matteo Manassero, 29th worldwide, a phenomenon that at 18, is hitting record precocity, dublin bet.
In contrast, favorites such as the German Martin Kaymer or defending champion Miguel Angel Jimenez have realized that by while American Bubba Watson (74) or brothers Molinari (75) are even further, casino las vegas.