Though extended in 2004, this long par five seems quite simple to cope with. It requires a long tee shot aiming for the left part of the fairway. From this side of the hole, you will have much easier access to the small and well‐defended green. Next to it, an oak and a bunker team up to make the access from the right almost impossible. If that sounds tough, just bear in mind the far right pin position, just behind the tree, that the pros are treated to during the Open de France.

Number: 
3
Yards: 
558
Course Map: 
Le Golf National Golf Course
Video: 
Hole No.3
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Par: 
5
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