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Rasmus Højgaard ties course record to take opening lead
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September 22, 2022
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Rasmus Højgaard tied the course record with a 9-under 62 on Thursday, marred only by a bogey at the par-3 second hole, to take the opening lead in the Cazoo Open de France.

"Today was very good," said the Dane. "To be fair, I don't feel like I was that good off the tee but my approach play was very good today, alongside a very good putter.

"I holed a few long putts out there but you have to do that to shoot nine under.

"It's quite cool to have a course where you need to think your way round a bit. That's what this course gives you. It tests you in all parts of your game."

Sweden's Alexander Björk remained bogey-free and closed with a 64 to take second place.

"It felt really good. I've not had too many of these rounds this season so far so it was a lot of fun to have the feeling again that you can actually hit the ball where you want and hole a few putts as well.

"I was in very good control of my feelings today so it was nice."

France's Paul Barjon lies in solo third place at 6-under followed by compatriots Julien Brun and amateur Martin Couvra in a share of fourth place at 5-under alongside England's James Morrison, Wales' Jamie Donaldson and Finland's Tapio Pulkkanen.

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PULKKANEN, Tapio-566
DONALDSON, Jamie-566
MORRISON, James-566
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PIETERS, Thomas-467
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SMITH, Jordan-368
QUIROS, Alvaro-368
PAVON, Matthieu-368
COETZEE, George-368
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HOWIE, Craig-368
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SODERBERG, Sebastian-269
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VON DELLINGSHAUSEN, Nicolai-269
WILSON, Andrew-269
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PEREZ, Victor-269
GONNET, Jean-Baptiste-269
LOMBARD, Zander-269
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SANTOS, Ricardo-170
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STONE, BrandonPar71
LACROIX, FredericPar71
SIEM, MarcelPar71
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ANGLES, Pep+273
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REED, Patrick+273
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VAN DRIEL, Darius+273
MURRAY, Zach+273
WHITNELL, Dale+273
KENNEGARD, Jesper+273
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GAGLI, Lorenzo+273
HOWELL, David+273
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JACQUELIN, Raphaël+374
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RAMSAY, Richie+374
PAISLEY, Chris+374
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CHESTERS, Ashley+374
LE GOFF, Hugo (AM)+374
BROWN, Steven+374
MOLINARI, Edoardo+374
MANSELL, Richard+374
COUPLAND, Dave+374
FORD, Matt+374
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PARATORE, Renato+475
LEON, Hugo+475
NIENABER, Wilco+475
ANTCLIFF, Maverick+475
PORTEOUS, Garrick+475
ROUSSEL, Robin+475
STALTER, Joël+475
BOURDY, Grégory+475
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HUIZING, Daan+576
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LIESER, Ondrej+576
CANTER, Laurie+576
SULLIVAN, Andy+576
DUBUISSON, Victor+576
GANDON, Jeremy+576
CAÑIZARES, Alejandro+576
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LEVET, Thomas+677
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153LANGASQUE, Romain+879
154BEKKER, Oliver+980
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Cazoo Open de France 2022

Date: September 22nd - 25th 2022

Location: Le Golf National, Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France

Purse: €3,000,000

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