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European Open

Jordan Smith -13
Alexander Levy -13
Johan Edfors -11      
Mohammad Siddikur Rahman -11
Adrian Otaegui -10
Jens Fahrbring -10
Zander Lombard -10
Ashley Chesters -9
Luca Cianchetti -9
Mikko Ilonen -9
Richie Ramsay -9

Final round
betting
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the Porsche
European Open

Jordan Smith 19/10
Alexander Levy 4/1
Adrian Otaegui 12/1
Jens Fahrbring 12/1
Julian Suri 12/1
Richard Sterne 12/1
Ashley Chesters 14/1
Patrick Reed 16/1
Johan Edfors 28/1
Richie Ramsay 33/1
Ryan McCarthy 33/1
Charl Schwartzel 50/1
Trevor Fisher Jnr 55/1
Thomas Detry 66/1
Thorbjorn Olesen 80/1
Chase Koepka 80/1
Richard McEvoy 125/1
Siddikur Rahman 100/1
Stephen Gallacher 100/1
Stuart Manley 100/1
Jamie Donaldson 125/1
Jorge Campillo 150/1
Kiradech Aphibarnrat 250/1
Luca Cianchetti 200/1
Sean Crocker 250/1
Zander Lombard 250/1
Eduardo De La Riva 300/1
Benjamin Hebert 400/1
Nacho Elvira 400/1
Sebastian Heisele 400/1
Maximilian Kieffer 500/1
Chris Hanson 500/1
Pontus Widegren 500/1
Seb Gros 500/1

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There is a change of venue for this years Porsche European Open, the tournament stays in Germany but moves to the Green Eagle Golf Courses in Hamburg. The 7,582-yard North Course is one of the longest on the European Tour and takes up an impressive 86 hectares of the complex and opened for play in 2008.

The complex was the brainchild of Michael Blesch and Ralf Lühmann back in 1997. Blesch designed the courses and the championship North Course incorporates water on nearly every hole, with some spectacular bunkering and natural amphitheatres. Green Eagle previously played host to the ECCO Tour Championship on the European Challenge Tour in 2010.




My tips to win:


Richie Ramsay 33/1 – with SportingBet – has had a solid couple of weeks which started with his runner up finish at the Irish Open and a good opening round at the Scottish Open helped him make the cut – something which he has only achieved 3-times so far in his career. Following on from that Richie’s Top 25 finish at The Open at the weekend should see him come into this week in confident mood.

As you can see I don’t fancy any of the favourites to perform this week and my second pick is Paul Dunne 33/1 – with SportingBet – who like Ramsay has had a solid couple of weeks a Top 15 finish in France was followed up with a great start at the Irish Open which he didn’t maintain, but managed to pick it up for the Scottish to just finish outside the Top 25. I have tipped Paul a couple of times this year and feel he is not far away from putting four good rounds together.

Another player that I have tipped a couple of time this year is Pat Perez 33/1 – with Bet365 – who seems to have had a new lease of life after coming back from his injury on the PGA Tour. Pat missed the cut at The Open but he does have a win and a runner-up on the PGA wraparound Tour. Pat has missed two consecutive cuts at the US Open and The Open and he will be looking to put that right this week.

My each-way tips:

After his recent runner-up finish in Germany Thomas Detry 66/1 – with Ladbrokes – will have been kicking himself at home at the weekend watching The Open and no doubt it will be a spur for the lad from Belgium. Thomas missed two cuts after firing that final round of 66 at the BMW International Open but I am sure being back in Germany and missing out last week, will see him in determined mood this week.

One player who didn’t miss The Open and lit up Saturday afternoon was Austin Connelly 70/1 – with SkyBet – and that holed eagle shot on the second hole at Royal Birkdale put the Canadian at -3 for two holes. For many that would have been the first time they had heard of Austin but he has had two Top 10s on the European Tour so far this season and a couple of Top 25 on the Challenge Tour and he will be in confident mood this week.

My outside tip:

I have tipped Graeme Storm 100/1 – with Coral – a couple of times this year and like Perez, Graeme seemed to have found something in his game that helped him make two Top 15 finishes in the space of three events. Unfortunately it didn't last and he has missed the cut in his last two events. Like the other players that missed The Open at the weekend I am sure they have all been inspired and an extra weeks practice and coming back to an event where he had a runner-up finish two years ago – all be it on a different course – should see him back to his best this week.


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