Paddy Power: Open de France

High quality golf action from the European Tour returns this week, as some of the biggest names in the game head to the Le Golf National to battle it out for the Open de France title. While the players battle it out for a share of the $7 million prize fund, punters will be heading to the bookmakers in order to back their favourites for the trophy. For those doing so, there is no better place than Paddy Power, who are offering a special promotion for the tournament.

The popular Irish bookmaker are paying out on the first seven places for the Open de France, which should substantially improve your chances of being successful when placing a bet. With the likes of Lee Westwood, Danny Willett and Thomas Pieters, along with Spanish sensation Jon Rahm, expected to be among the leading candidates come the back nine on Sunday afternoon, there is plenty of talent on display.

This promotion from Paddy Power applies to all bets placed on the tournament outright before the start only, while each-way bets will be settled at 1/4 odds for the top seven places. It applied to all online, mobile, phone and text bets placed, with normal golf rules at Paddy Power in play.

Paddy Open de France odds
Fig. The PaddyPower Odds for the Open de France

With Rahm, Francesco Molinari and Alexander Noren currently heading the betting with respective odds of 12/1, 14/1 and 18/1, there is plenty of chance to win big this weekend with a bet on the Open de France at Paddy Power. Due to the quality of the world’s top golfers growing by the year, picking an outright tournament winner can often feel like finding a needle in a haystack. However, thanks to Paddy Power, your chances of winning are hugely increased, with many players regularly finishing within the top ten.

With the tournament set to begin on Thursday 29th June, there is still plenty of time to pick a winner, with betting on golf becoming increasingly popular. Head to Paddy Power today to get in on the action, and potentially end the week with a big win!

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