Joost Luiten will take place on Thursday quite a good start at the French Open in Paris, france. The Dutch player is the first day in joint 25th place in the overall standings.
Lose was thanks to three birdies and a bogey round in 69 strokes. He remained two strokes under the baangemiddelde (par).
New Zealander Ryan Fox and South African George Coetzee after the first day, with a total of 65 turns.
The French Open was won last year by Swede Alex Noren followed up by the Scotsman Russell Knox, the American writer, Julian Suri, and an Englishman, Chris Wood.
Lose on the hunt for a ticket for the HSBC Champions in Shanghai
Lose on the hunt for the French Open, on entry into the HSBC Champions in Shanghai. He is in his own hands, as he is currently in good shape in the Race to Dubai.
“I’m currently 29th in the Race to Dubai,” he says on his own web site. “For about two weeks, to be able to start in the HSBC Champions in Shanghai, a World Golf Championship, I have to be after Sunday, the top thirty are
“The likelihood is that place, 31, 32, is still good, it’s great, because there will probably be some afzeggers it. But I don’t want to rely on them, and I would like to be involved with the olympics in china. I will focus first on the French Open.”