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Final round
scores for the
Scottish Open

Rafael Cabrera Bello -13
Won in play-off

Callum Shinkwin -13
Matthieu Pavon -10
Andrew Dodt -8
Anthony Wall -8
Matt Kuchar -8
Padraig Harrington -8
Ryan Fox -8
Andy Sullivan -7
Ian Poulter -7
Lee Slattery -7
Rickie Fowler -7
Robert Rock -7
Soren Kjeldsen -7

Final round
odds for the

Aberdeen Asset
Scottish Open

Ian Poulter 3/1
Andrew Dodt 11/2
Callum Shinkwin 11/2
Andy Sullivan 13/2
Rickie Fowler 9/1
Paul Dunne 16/1
Ryan Fox 16/1
Matt Kuchar 18/1
Rafael Cabrera Bello 22/1
Graeme McDowell 28/1
Andrew Johnston 33/1
Johan Carlsson 45/1
Anthony Wall 60/1
Richard Bland 60/1
Bernd Ritthammer 80/1
Alexander Knappe 90/1
Adrian Otaegui 125/1
Branden Grace 125/1
Matthieu Pavon 150/1
Soren Kjeldsen 150/1
Padraig Harrington 250/1
Richard Sterne 250/1
Alexander Levy 300/1
Gregory Havret 300/1
Lee Slattery 300/1
Richie Ramsay 300/1
Henrik Stenson 400/1
Benjamin Hebert 500/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the Scottish Open


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Dundonald Links opened for play in 2003, but if you didn’t know it, you’d think this course had stood here for hundreds of years. I must admit I am a big Kyle Phillips fan, the way he combines natural links-style golf with modern methods, seeding and irrigation make his courses some of the best modern tracks in the world today.

There used to be a course named Dundonld on this site before the Second World War, but like Turnberry it too was converted for military use. Dundonald Links is surrounded by some great courses including Western Gailes, Glasgow Gailes, Kilmarnock Barassie and Royal Troon to name a few, and it’s a venue that can hold its head high in such lofty company.

The clubhouse, changing rooms and restaurant may be some five-star portacabins, but you will receive a warm welcome on your arrival. I’m really here for the golf as I’d only heard good things about this track, and when you arrive at the first tee you can see why. The course measures over 7,100 yards from the tips, but there are three other teeing options to choose from. You can tell the course had championship golf in mind from the layout and it has already held some top amateur events and professional qualifying tournaments.


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My tips to win:

Rickie Fowler 8/1 – with Coral – didn’t defend his Scottish Open title last year, he also had a Top 10 the year before so he obviously seems to enjoy playing in front of the Scottish crowd. Rickie already has a win this year on the PGA Tour and five other Top 10s, two of which came in his last two starts.

The defending champion this week – and current BMW PGA champion – is Alex Noren 18/1 – with PaddyPower – who comes into this week in great form with three Top 15s from his last four starts his only blemish being a missed cut at the US Open. His final round 62 at Wentworth this year has to be one of the best rounds of the year and with four wins on the European Tour last year he will be looking to add to his BMW PGA title this week.

It has taken Adam Scott 25/1 – with Bwin – a while to get used to not anchoring the putter and if you watch the PGA Tour regularly you will have seen he still misses the odd short one. Adam has three Top 10s from his ten starts this year on the PGA Tour but a 66 at the St Jude Classic and 64 at the Memorial tournament show he is not too far away from being back to his best and I expect to see him in the thick of it this week.

My each-way tips:

Bernd Wiesberger 30/1 – with Bet365 – already has a win this year at the Shenzhen International, followed that up with a Top 5 the week after and has three Top 20s in his following five starts and should come into this week in confident mood.

In his last eight starts on the European Tour Ross Fisher 40/1 – with Ladbrokes – has had six Top 10 finishes and both of those come in major championships – The Masters and US Open – and two of those Top 10s came at WGC events. I think its is only a matter of time before Ross adds to his five European Tour wins now he seems to have his putter working.

My outside tips:

There are a couple of great outside bets this week, first up is Ryan Fox 80/1 – with BetVictor – who’s Top 5 finish at the weekends Irish Open was his second Top 10 in consecutive tournaments and his forth Top 25 from his last five starts and he will come into this week in confident mood. As should Richie Ramsay 80/1 – with 188Bet – who hasn’t had the greatest of years but stormed up the leaderboard at the weekend with his final round 65. Last year was the first time Richie has played well in the Scottish Open and he will be looking forward to this week in his current form.

If you want a bigger outside tip take a look at Nicolas Colsaerts 125/1 – with SportingBet – who seems to enjoy the Scottish Open. Or Renato Paratore 150/1 – with Ladbrokes – who is already a winner on the European Tour this year.

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