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2023 Open de France Live Stream (How to WATCH)

Open de France

The 2023 Cazoo Open de France golf takes place from September 21-24. Watch a 2023 Open de France live stream of all the action from the DP World Tour event.

The event returned to be part of the 2022 DP World Tour season after a two-year absence during the Covid pandemic, and once again features in 2023.

The Open de France was first formed in 1906 as a national championship and joined the now DP World Tour upon the formation of the European Tour in 1972.

The event takes place at Le Golf National in Paris, France, with the venue staging the tournament since 1991 as well as the 2018 Ryder Cup.

Guido Migliozzi is the reigning champion after winning the tournament in 2022.

Former winners of the French Open include Seve Ballesteros, Greg Norman, Sandy Lyle, Nick Faldo, Bernhard Langer, Costantino Rocca, Retief Goosen, Sam Torrance, Colin Montgomerie, Jose Maria Olazabal, Martin Kaymer, Miguel Angel Jimenez, Graeme McDowell, Tommy Fleetwood and Nicolas Colsaerts.

You can watch a live stream and watch all of the drama unfold across four days of the Open de France golf.

Where to watch the 2023 Cazoo Open de France Live Stream & Broadcast Details

Main Broadcasters:

United States & Canada – Golf Channel & NBC
United Kingdom – Sky Sports

Other Countries:

Australia – Fox Sports
Belgium/Netherlands – Ziggo Sport
Czech Republic / Hungary / Romania – Golf Channel CZ
China – iQiyi
France – Golf Channel FR
Germany/Austria/Switzerland – XYZ Sports
Hong Kong – Now TV
Iceland – Stod2
India –
Japan – WOWOW
Korea – JTBC Golf
Latin America –
Malaysia – Astro
Middle East –
New Zealand – Sky TV
Portugal – Sport TV
Scandinavia – TV3 Sport
Singapore – Star Hub
South Africa – Super Sport
Spain – Movistar Plus
Taiwan – Sport Cast
Thailand – Golf Channel

Open de France Golf Format & Schedule

The Open de France golf will be played over four rounds / 72 holes at the par-71 Le Golf National in Paris, France. There is a cut after the opening two rounds.

  • Day 1 – Thursday, September 21
  • Day 2 – Friday, September 22
  • Day 3 – Saturday, September 23
  • Day 4 – Sunday, September 24

The tournament carries a prize fund of €3,000,000.