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Rolex Series Winners Perez, Fox, and Willett Confirmed for 2024 FedEx Open de France

Danny Willett, Victor Perez and Ryan Fox

The 2024 FedEx Open de France is set to dazzle golf enthusiasts once more as Rolex Series victors Victor Perez, Ryan Fox, and Major Champion Danny Willett confirm their participation.

This prestigious tournament, the oldest national open in Continental Europe, will take place at Le Golf National from October 10-13.

Star-studded Line-up and Remarkable Performances

Victor Perez and Ryan Fox, fresh off their maiden Rolex Series victories during the 2023 Race to Dubai, are poised to bring their A-game to the FedEx Open de France.

Perez clinched a dramatic win at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, while Fox made history as the first New Zealander to capture the BMW PGA Championship title.

Perez is no stranger to Le Golf National, having already represented France in the Olympics alongside DP World Tour and PGA TOUR winner Matthieu Pavon.

Perez expressed his excitement: “I always enjoy having the opportunity to play on home soil, so to get the chance to do it twice this year is extra special.

The fans are really supportive of the French players during the Open de France, and there is always a great atmosphere during the week.

Le Golf National is a great challenge and a test that we all look forward to taking on.”

Fox, who will be participating in his fifth Open de France, has shown consistent performance on the DP World Tour.

His best finish was sixth in 2017. Both Perez and Fox earned dual membership on the PGA TOUR for 2024 after finishing in the top ten of the 2023 Race to Dubai Rankings.

Fox will also represent New Zealand in his third consecutive Olympic Games.

The Return of a Champion

Joining the impressive roster is Danny Willett, the 2016 Masters Champion and a two-time Rolex Series winner.

Willett will be making his tenth appearance at Le Golf National as he continues his comeback from shoulder surgery. His highest finish at this venue was fifth in 2010.

This year, Willett will be joined by fellow Major Champion Justin Rose, the 2013 U.S. Open winner.

A Historic Tournament

The FedEx Open de France, celebrating its 106th edition, boasts a legacy of legendary winners including Seve Ballesteros, Colin Montgomerie, Bernhard Langer, Sir Nick Faldo, José María Olazábal, Byron Nelson, and Walter Hagen.

This event holds a coveted spot on the DP World Tour’s ‘Back 9,’ offering vital opportunities for players to secure their tour cards for 2025 and advance to the season-ending DP World Tour playoffs.

Ticket Information

General Admission tickets for the FedEx Open de France start at €25, with free admission for under-18s accompanied by a paying adult.

Season tickets are available for €90, while a weekend pass for Saturday and Sunday costs €65.  Click here to purchase.

For more information on Premium Experiences at the FedEx Open de France, click here.