PARIS NA­TIONAL: HOLE BY HOLE

With the world’s top-ranked French golfer as your guide

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With your guide, France’s Alex Levy

If you wanted some­one to give you the low­down on the 18 holes the 24 play­ers play­ing in the 2018 Ry­der Cup will face, Alex Levy would be some­where near the top of the list. The world’s top-ranked French­man has played in his home Open at Le Golf Na­tional ev­ery year since 2011 and has made the cut in the last six, mean­ing he’s played 28 com­pet­i­tive rounds on the Al­ba­tros course this decade. So where are the birdie holes to at­tack, and which are the treach­er­ous ones to play for par and hope your op­po­nent makes a mis­take? Which holes will cre­ate the best at­mos­phere and which are the ones to fear? The five-time Euro­pean Tour win­ner ex­clu­sively shares his course in­sight…

‘With so much wa­ter it’s very ex­cit­ing for match play. It gives you the chance to play ag­gres­sively, but if you do that you’ve got to be sure what you’re do­ing... oth­er­wise you’ll pay the price’ Francesco Moli­nari

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