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Novotel Perrier Open de France
Le Golf National
Paris, France 04 May 2000 - 07 May 2000
Montgomerie soars to first victory of the year
Colin Montgomerie, Europe’s Number One for the past seven seasons, produced two majestic eagles in the final five holes to claim his first title of the year when he won the Novotel Perrier Open de France at the Le Golf National.
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Montgomerie snatches lead in Paris
Colin Montgomerie, Europe's Number One for the past seven seasons, takes a one-shot lead into the final round of the Novotel Perrier Open de France after a magnificent round of 65, seven under par, at Le Golf National.
After completing his delayed second round in the early morning Montgomerie returned to card seven birdies and move to 12 under par in his bid to win his first title of the year.
for video highlights of the third round.
4th Round Draw
Sandelin Moves into share of lead in Paris
Sweden’s Jarmo Sandelin joined Dane Anders Hansen and Fernando Roca of Spain at the top of the leaderbaord when the second round of the Novotel Perrier Open de France was completed this morning. Over 60 players returned to Le Golf National at 7.30am to complete their second rounds with the Ryder Cup player picking up another two shots in the final six holes to move to nine under par.
for video highlights of day 2
Binaghi Sets pace at Le Golf National
Alberto Binaghi made the most of his late invitation by posting an opening 66, six under par, to take the first round lead in the Novotel Perrier Open de France at Le Golf National. The 35-year-old Italian had received the call on Tuesday afternoon, telling him he should head straight for Paris.
for Day 1 video highlights.
Goosen seeks French hat-trick
Retief Goosen of South Africa will be seeking his third Novotel Perrier Open de France title this week when the event returns to Le Golf National in Paris after a one year interlude. Goosen defeated Greg Turner of New Zealand in a sudden-death play-off last year at Golf de Medoc in Bordeaux, but he was also successful in 1997 over The Albatross course at the custom-built Stadium venue.
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