16th June 2024 | Alps Tour Golf

France’s Théo Boulet wins the 21st Open International de La Mirabelle d’Or.

Metz, June 16th, 2024- France’s Théo Boulet wins his first Alps Tour title at the 21st Open International de la Mirabelle d’Or with a total score of 11 under-par. In 2nd place, only 1 stroke back at 10 under-par, Italy’s Flavio Michetti. In a three-way tie for 3rd place with a three-day score of 9 under-par: France’s Damien Perrier and amateur Nathan Legendre and Vince Van Veen from the Netherlands.

The final round of the 2024 Open International de la Mirabelle d’Or began at 9:11 a.m. local time from the 1st and 10th hole. The final pairing teed off at 10:50 a.m. local time from the 1st hole. The players competing at Golf Domaine de la Grange Aux Ormes disputed today’s final round under a mix of weather conditions that included mostly cloudy sky, some moderate winds, rain, and a temperature around 18° Celsius.

This year, we celebrated the 21st edition of the tournament, which has been part of the Alps Tour schedule since 2005.

Final Round Player Quotes

France’s Théo Boulet, 21, earns his 1st professional win this week at the 21st Open International de la Mirabelle d’Or. He was tied for 2nd place after yesterday’s round 2, and today he shot a bogey-free 5 under-par, 65 to conclude the tournament with a three-day total of 11 under-par. In today’s final round, Boulet made 2 birdies on the front nine holes and then added 3 more birdies on the back nine for his 65. After securing his win, Boulet was very emotional: “It was a very good day, I played really well again on difficult day with tough weather conditions. There was a lot of wind today, which affected the round. My game has been extremely solid again, so I’m really pleased about it.” Boulet admitted that he definitely felt: “some nerves on the first tee, I was just a little bit nervous but after that I was very confident with my game, so it was ok.” Capturing this win here in France this week means a lot to him: “I’m so happy. It means a lot because the beginning of the season wasn’t that good for me, so it’s really nice to turn things around. It truly is special to win my first professional title here in France, at home. I’m very happy about that.” Boulet wants to: dedicate this win to my coaches, my parents, my family, and my sponsors who have supported me from the beginning.”

Flavio Michetti, 20, from Italy, shot a final round of 5 under-par, 65 to conclude the tournament in a solo 2nd place with a three-day total of 10 under-par. He shot a bogey-free round today, making 2 birdies on the front nine holes and 3 birdies on the back nine holes. He has earned several good finishes this season and is looking to break through and win his first Alps Tour title, hopefully in the upcoming tournaments.

After this week’s 2024 Open International de La Mirabelle d’Or, France’s Benjamin Kedochim is the new Order of Merit leader with 15,203.25 points. Italy’s Edoardo R Lipparelli is in 2nd place with 15,138.00 points and Aymeric Laussot from France maintains his 3rd place with 13,054.50 points. Italy’s Enrico Di Nitto remains in 4th place with 12,954.45 points and Vince Van Veen from Netherlands has moved into 5th place with 10,202.25 points.

Final Round

Théo Boulet, winner of the 2024 Open International de La Mirabelle d’Or earned the winning check of €5,800 and 6,525 Order of Merit points.

The next Alps Tour scheduled event is set for June 27th– 29th at Aravell Golf & Country Club in Aravell, Lleida, Spain. We will be celebrating the 3rd edition of the 2024 Aravell Golf Andorra Open by Creand.

Tournament Promoter

The tournament is organized and promoted directly by the golf club, Golf Domaine de la Grange Aux Ormes.

The Institutional Sponsors that support this tournament are: Région Grand EstDépartement de la MoselleVille de MarlyInspire Metz, and Fédération Française de Golf.

The Private Partners at this event are: Crédit AgricoleMercedes KroelyDemathieu & Bard, Centre Porsche Lorraine and Opéra Théâtre.

The tournament’s Official Suppliers are: Eurogolf LuxembourgLemoyHeinekenChâteau Sainte-MargueriteCristian SenezAgence Grand AngleEvianPernod RicardFrance BoissonMetroFayard and Cafés Richard.

For more information, visit the official Alps Tour website, www.alpstourgolf.com, and follow the official Alps Toursocial media handles on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

Alps Tour Media Contact: [email protected]

This is just a friendly reminder to please keep the “Alps Tour Golf” watermark visible and tag “alpstourgolf” and the photographer Federico Capretti (@capretti.grafica) in your articles/posts.


8th June 2022 | Alps Tour Golf

The Alps Tour heads to France for the Open de la Mirabelle D’Or.

Metz, June 8th 2022– After a week off, the tour moves to the Northeastern Grand Est Region in France for the Open International de la Mirabelle D’Or. The tournament will be played from June 10th until June 12th at Golf Domaine de la Grange Aux Ormes near Metz, France.  On June 9th, the traditional pro-am with 40 teams will be played.

The tournament has reached its 19th edition this year, however it has been part of the Alps Tour schedule since 2005.  The event has had various winners over the years, including Italy’s Lorenzo Gagli and Spain’s Alejandro Del Rey who are now DP World Tour Players. The current defending champion is France’s Franck Medale who won in 2021 with a score of 14 under-par. On May 30th, a qualifier event was played at the tournament host, Golf Domaine de la Grange Aux Ormes, that offered players the opportunity to qualify for the extra 7 available spots in this week’s event.

The Field-

Participating in this week’s field is current Order of Merit Leader, Netherland’s Koen Kouwenaar in addition to the other top 8 players in the current rank: Gregorio De Leo, Stefano Mazzoli, Tomas Bessa Guimaraes, Pierre Pineau, amateur Julien Sale, Mathias Eggenberger and amateur Tom Vaillant, all of whom are trying to capture the 2022 Open de La Mirabelle D’Or title.

It is sure to be a very compelling week to watch as all of this season’s previous winners except for Marcus Brier, winner of the 30th Gösser Open, are scheduled to compete. As each player strives to capture their second season win, they will also strive to improve their current position in the Order of Merit rank. Current defending champion, France’s Franck Medale will be one of the many French players representing their country at the 19th Open International de la Mirabelle D’Or, as a strong home field is expected.

Seven players were able to qualify at the qualifier that was held on May 30th, 4 of which are professional players and 3 amateur players. The qualifier was won by Thomas Dorier with a score of 63.

There will be 144 players from 20 different nationalities competing for a prize fund of €40,000 and 45,000 points. The winner of the 2022 Open International de la Mirabelle D’Or will earn € 5,800 and 6,525 Order of Merit points. It is a 54 holes stroke play tournament where a cut will be made after 36 holes to the top 40 players and ties.

The Course-

Golf Domaine de la Grange Aux Ormes in Metz, France is a 6436 meters par 70 course. Designed by Philippe Gourdon, it is placed on an undulating terrain that offers various different challenges to each player. The golf course is outlined by century old trees and water hazards, yet provides views of the surrounding countryside as well as of Val Messin. The château in the background is the estate’s signature view. The fairways are relatively broad but the dense rough can penalize any inconsistent tee shot. Golf Domaine de la Grange Aux Ormes is home to 27 holes, an 18 holes course called “Le Bois Brûlé” and a 9 holes course called “Le Breuil”. “Le Bois Brûlé” has been the longtime host of this tournament.

Tournament Promoter-

This event is organized and promoted directly by the golf club, Golf Domaine de la Grange Aux Ormes. The Institutional Sponsors that support this tournament are: Région Grand Est, Département de la Moselle, Ville de Marly, Inspire Metz and Fédération Française de Golf. The Private Partners at this event are: Crédit Agricole, Quadral, Mercedes Kroely, Demathieu & Bard, JC Decaux, Opéra Théâtre, Mayer and Banque Populaire. The Official Suppliers of the tournament are: Eurogolf Luxembourg, Lemoy, Heineken, Château Sainte- Marguerite, Cristian Senez, Agence Grand Angle and Café Richard. In addition, their media partners are the following two media outlets: La semaine and Républicain Lorrain.

Follow along on www.alpstourgolf.com or the official “Alps Tour Golf” app to keep up on all the latest news (available on App Store for iOS devices and Play Store for Android)



Instagram- @alpstourgolf

Facebook- Alpstourgolf

Twitter- @alpstourgolf

Latest Alps Tour Golf News