Golfing World News - July 3

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The Alstom Open de France has got underway today, at Le Golf National in Paris, and with 9 of the world’s top 50 players lining up we have a fantastic four days coming up.

Praise has been pouring in for Le Golf National which looks in marvellous condition and we spoke to some of the french contigent, before play started about how special it is to compete at home.

Also congratulations to David Howell who today has become the second youngest player to compete in 500 European Tour events. The englishman has racked up 5 wins on the tour including his most recent at the dunhill links last year where he beat Peter Uhlein in a play off at St Andrews.

And finally we can’t leave you without another ice bucket challenge, here’s Charley Hull and Camilla Lenarth’s effort.

That’s all for today join us again tomorrow for more GW news and in the meantime you can find us on twitter at golfingworldtv and we’re on facebook and instagram

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