French Open Golf
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It was at the turn of the 20th century that the directors of Golf de Paris hatched the idea of creating a great international competition.
At this point, the sport had already been established in France for half a century le Pau Golf Club was founded in , and the sport developed slowly but surely, driven by the large number of Brits who were living in France at the time.
Despite the absence of the three best golfers of the era — Harry Vardon, John H. Taylor and James Braid — the event was a success: all the more so because it included the French professional Arnaud Massy.
The Basque-born player had already been competing with the best of the Brits for some years by this point, as illustrated by his performances at the British Open in 10th , 5th , and 6th.
The following year, Massy achieved the first British-French double in history, beating Hoylake on 21 June and successfully defending his title at La Boulie on the 30th.
Cut to the quick by defeat at the hands of the Frenchman, the best British players made a point of trying their chances in France at what was soon to be known as the second most prestigious golfing contest in Europe.
In , the Englishman Taylor was the first of them to make his mark. Coming second in and , Massy made his mark for the third time at home in The following year saw a surprise victory by his compatriot Jean Gassiat, notably at the expense of John McDermott, the first American-born golfer to win the US Open in and In the wake of the first world war, golf, like other sports, re-established itself.
The tournament, the first after the war, saw the return of the American star Walter Hagen. Having already won the US Open twice, Hagen, aged 28 at the time, crossed the Atlantic for the first time in his career with the ambition of becoming the first yankee to win the British Open.
He returned to play in France many times, notably finishing second in The winner in and , the Englishman Cyril Tolley remains the only amateur to win the Open de France.
Over the course of the years preceding the second world war, the list of winners gained a more international flavour: the South African Sid Brews won the double in and , and in , the Argentine Martin Pose became the first South American golfer to win in Europe.
Between the two wars, a Frenchman was the only one in history to win a triple in the history of the tournament: not Auguste Boyer, three times second in , , and , but Marcel Dallemagne, winner at Saint-Germain in , Saint-Cloud in and Fourqueux in In , Bernard Hunt became the first Englishman to win the double since the great Henry Cotton did it in L — co-sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour.
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