The Vivendi Cup R1
Collated first round scores from the European Tour’s Vivendi Cup at Golf de Joyenval’s Marly and Retz Courses in Chambourcy, Paris, France (Gbr & Irl unless stated, par 72):
61 Johan Edfors (Swe)
63 David Dixon
64 John Parry, Jean-Francois Remesy (Fra)
65 Soren Kjeldsen (Den), Jarmo Sandelin (Swe), Pelle Edberg (Swe), Todd Hamilton (USA), Kenneth Ferrie
66 Paul Waring, Francois Delamontagne (Fra)
67 Scott Strange (Aus), Raphael Jacquelin (Fra)
68 Martin Wiegele (Aut), Jeppe Huldahl (Den), Martin Erlandsson (Swe), Paul McGinley, Padraig Harrington, Gregory Havret (Fra)
69 Sam Hutsby, Gary Clark, Michael Lorenzo-Vera (Fra), Benn Barham, Phillip Price, Peter Baker, Pablo Larrazabal (Spa)
70 Mikael Lundberg (Swe), Gary Lockerbie, Marco Ruiz (Par), Robert Rock, Steve Webster, Andrew Marshall, Francois Calmels (Fra)
71 Jamie McLeary, Adam Gee, Luis Claverie (Spa), Adrien Bernadet (Fra), Tano Goya (Arg), Mark Brown (Nzl), Carlos Rodiles (Spa)
72 Kenny le Sager (Fra), Steven Jeppesen (Swe), David Vanegas (Col), Christophe Brazillier (Fra)
73 Patrik Sjoland (Swe), Henrik Nystrom (Swe), Andrea Maestroni (Ita), Ake Nilsson (Rsa), Rudy Thuillier (Fra), Carl Suneson (Spa), Gregory Bourdy (Fra), Gonzalo Fdez-Castano (Spa)
74 Chris Wood, Jean-Nicolas Billot (Fra), Charles-edouard Russo (Fra)
75 Stephan Gross Jnr (Ger), James Ruth
76 Scott Drummond, Manuel Quiros (Spa)
78 Matthieu Van Hauwe (Fra)
65 Chris Gane, Julien Guerrier (Fra)
66 Robert Jan Derksen (Ned), Mark F Haastrup (Den), Andrew McArthur, James Morrison
67 Michiel Bothma (Rsa), Jean-Baptiste Gonnet (Fra), Peter Whiteford, Fabien Marty (Fra)
68 George Coetzee (Rsa), Jose Manuel Lara (Spa), Daniel Vancsik (Arg), Richard Green (Aus), Phillip Archer, Jean-Francois Lucquin (Fra), Ignacio Garrido (Spa), Thomas Levet (Fra)
69 Gary Murphy, Joost Luiten (Ned), Alastair Forsyth, Clodomiro Carranza (Arg)
70 Christian Cevaer (Fra), Callum Macaulay, Andrew Tampion (Aus), Rick Kulacz (Aus), David Howell, Thomas Bjorn (Den), Steven O’Hara
71 Jamie Elson, Jose-Filipe Lima (Por), Sion E Bebb, Robert Coles, Soren Hansen (Den), Richard McEvoy, Maarten Lafeber (Ned), Anthony Snobeck (Fra)
72 Gary Boyd, Liam Bond, Andrew Coltart, Victor Dubuisson (Fra)
73 Christian Nilsson (Swe), Marc Warren, Rafael Echenique (Arg), Benjamin Hebert (Fra), Julien Quesne (Fra)
74 Damien Perrier (Fra), Sam Little, Miles Tunnicliff, Peter Lawrie
75 Fredrik Ohlsson (Swe), Marco Soffietti (Ita), Nick Dougherty
76 Niclas Fasth (Swe), Benoit Teilleria (Fra), Simon Thornton
77 Ghislain Rosier (Fra), Victor Riu (Fra)
79 Mads Vibe-Hastrup (Den)
80 Oliver Fisher
WD: Peter Hanson (Swe)
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