The DP World Tour is in France this week for the Open de France, which is taking place at Le Golf National in Paris. Here, the caddy shares his top betting tips for the tournament.

A field of 156 players will compete for the prestigious Open de France title and for a share of the $3.25M prize purse.  The winner receives the Open de France title & a winner's cheque for $541,500.

The Caddy is going for yet another hat-trick this weekend after two successive outrights.

Sahith Theegala won the Fortinet Championship on Sunday tipped by The Caddy at 16/1 with Eric Cole at 33/1 EW 4th with Vincent Norrman winning the Irish Open the week before tipped at 45/1. That’s now NINE outright winners since May including Brian Harman to win The Open tipped at 110/1 & Lucas Glover to win the Fed Ex St Jude tipped at 95/1.

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For the Open de France, Le Golf National will be playing 7,247 yards long this week, it’s a stunning Par 71 Parkland course where Greens in Regulation figures will be pivotal so accurate play will be key to success on Sunday afternoon in France.

Defending Open de France champion Guido Migliozzi returns to seek another victory, the Italian miraculously carded a final round 62 last year to beat Rasmus Hojgaard by one shot. His winning scorecard read 268, -16.

The Open de France weather forecast predicts showers on Thursday & Friday improving on Saturday & Sunday with sunshine & pleasant conditions. Breezes will peak at around 15mph.

This event will be screened on Sky Sports Golf with live coverage from midday on Thursday.

So let’s have a look at The Caddy’s 3 top predictions to win the Open de France.

Open de France Betting Tips

Rasmus Hojgaard 35/1 EW Boylesports 1-8 places

For my first & main tip at Le Golf National, the 2018 Ryder Cup venue, I’m going to strongly recommend Rasmus Hojgaard 35/1 EW Boylesports 1-8 places. The young Dane at only 22 years old has already shown us the talent he possesses & last year's runner-up around here must still be scratching his head as to how Guido Migliozzi pulled that tremendous final-round effort out of the bag.

Rasmus Hojgaard can set the record straight going one better this time around. This track will definitely suit his game plan but require accuracy, especially Off the Tee where the young Dane will need to be sharper. He has now broken inside the world Top 100 & will be aiming to rise up the rankings with his second victory this year after bagging the W at The Made in Himmerland in his homeland.

Hojgaard has another four Top 20 finishes this year with two of those efforts inside the Top 10 & I just have a feeling that last year's runner-up has unfinished business at Le Golf National & will come out victorious at this year’s edition.

Min Woo Lee 12/1 EW William Hill 1-8 places

For my NB pick to win the Open de France I’m going to point you all in the direction of Min Woo Lee 12/1 EW William Hill 1-8 places. I tipped the talented 25-year-old last week at the BMW PGA Championship & although we never saw any returns, I’m not giving up on the young Aussie quite just yet.

His DP World Tour stats are phenomenal, 3rd Stroke Average, 4th Sand Saves, 5th Driving Distance & 5th for Average Putts Per Round.

Min Woo Lee finished 14th at Wentworth last weekend & prior to that he finished T7th at The Irish Open in Co Kildare so it’s clear for all to see he arrives at Le Golf National will plenty form in the bag.  He’s already finished runner-up on the DPWT this year, 5th at The US Open & T6th at The Players Championship. With most of the big guns preparing for the Ryder Cup next week in Rome this could be the perfect opportunity for Min Woo Lee to show his class & bag his first W of the year.

Yannik Paul 28/1 EW William Hill 1-8 places

For my final selection & last before the Ryder Cup, I’m going to suggest Yannik Paul 28/1 EW William Hill 1-8 places. The 29-year-old from Frankfurt in Germany has been popping up on my radar throughout the year & very rarely misses a cut.

I just have a feeling that the door could be wide open for Yannik this week at Le Golf National & with two runner-up spots this year including another four Top 10 finishes, it could be time for Yannik Paul to double up after scooping the Mallorca Open just over 10 months ago.

He’s ranked 13th on the DP World Tour for Stroke Average & 9th for Greens in Regulation, those are the stats that will make all the difference this week just outside Paris so if he produces those figures then for sure he’ll be right up there challenging for the Open de France title in the sunshine on Sunday afternoon. Just one last thing, Yannik Paul finished inside the Top 10 at this event last year on the same track, T8th to be exact so that should help him even more this time around.

Best of luck to all, and let’s aim for another winning streak at this year's Open de France.

The Caddy's Open de France 2023 Predictions

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