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july 1st 12.30
The Open de France has been a good hunting ground in the past and really should have given me another winner last year in the shape of Stadler when injury,weather and nerves conspired against us! I really like the look of Howell and Jaidee but at the prices I simply have to pass before the start so yet again it's further down the betting list I go.
The one player who stood out at the opening prices was Kiradech Aphibarnrat - I really don't get the big price. He is now a two time winner on the European tour - admittedly in the Far East but he has been showing some form as well on the European mainland. His 4th in Germany last week was his best so far and as he ranked 1st for putting and scrambling last week (he will need that around Le Golf National) I don't get the big price. £30 ew 85/1 average
Kristoffer Broberg is a winner waiting to happen on the main tour in my opinion and his current run of form of 13/6/27 on courses he has played poorly in the past suggest maybe this week is the time. He has played twice around here before with finishes of 25th in 2013 (his best finish that year) and 12th in 2014. He burst onto the scene in 2012 and I think it has taken him time to adjust to life on the main tour but the first win will probably be one of many £25 ew 80/1 + £35 100 Betfair
There is something about Le Golf National Matthew Nixon likes but probably only he knows! I guess it inspires good memories as in 2011 it was the only cut he made in fifteen starts when he was 26th (6th after round one and 4th at the cut). He returned in 2013 and was 3rd after Thursdays opening round and then last year finsihed 12th - his second best start of the year. Up until last weeks missed cut he was in a steady run of form and in my opinion he is worth chancing in a few markets. £5 win 770 average, £10 top 5 incl ties 50/1, £15 top 10 20/1 incl ties and £15 ew 200/1 FRL 6 places with Betbright
At the risk of sounding rude English journeymen mORe
 
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