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Final round
Scores from
the Shenzhen

Bernd Wiesberger -16
Won in play-off

Tommy Fleetwood -16
Grégory Bourdy -15
Ross Fisher -15
Fabrizio Zanotti -14
David Lipsky -14
Dylan Frittelli -14
Thongchai Jaidee -13
Thorbjørn Olesen -13
Alexander Levy -13

Final round
odds for
the Shenzhen

Bernd Wiesberger 8/11
Ross Fisher 8/1
Dean Burmester 12/1
Dylan Frittelli 12/1
David Lipsky 14/1
Bubba Watson 16/1
George Coetzee 16/1
Alexander Levy 22/1
Gregory Bourdy 28/1
Yan-Wei Liu 33/1
Jordan Smith 40/1
Thorbjorn Olesen 66/1
Brett Rumford 66/1
Brandon Stone 80/1
Tommy Fleetwood 100/1
Thongchai Jaidee 125/1
Fabrizio Zanotti 150/1
Richie Ramsay 150/1
Daniel Im 150/1
Alexander Bjork 200/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the Shenzhen International


Ross Fisher
Ross Fisher
Cyrille Bertin

Tommy Fleetwood
Tommy Fleetwood
James Kennedy

Alexandra Levy
Alexandra Levy
Cyrille Bertin

Kiradech Aphibarnrat
Kiradech Aphibarnrat
James Kennedy

Jorge Campillo
Jorge Campillo
James Kennedy

Matteo Manassero
Matteo Manassero

The European Tour moves east to China for this week's Shenzhen International, this will be the second tournament to be played over the Genzon Golf Club which was originally known as the CITIC Green Golf Club and designed by Leung Kwok Kun. The first event to be played here was the 2014 China Open.

Opened in 1994 and situated a few miles outside of Shenzhen, the CITIC Green Golf Club used to be part of a botanical garden. The course went through a major re-design that was undertaken by Canadian Neil Haworth and winds its way through a forest and makes good use of Dragon Lake.

Now a 36-hole club with courses named imaginatively as Course A & B! The manicured greens, perfect bunkers, limited membership and 5 star hotel add to the club’s ambition of being one of the most exclusive golf clubs in China, which is a shame for the millions of people in the Shenzhen area who would love to play the game.

My tips to win:

Ross Fisher 16/1 – with Ladbrokes – with his new TaylorMade Spider putter over the last couple of weeks he looks like a rejuvenated player making the Top 5 in both of this years WGC events. If you throw in last years WGC HSBC Champions – which is also played in China – where he had a Top 6 finish and Ross’s two Top 16 finishes in this event you can see Fisher seems to enjoy teeing it up on this part of the Asian continent and he should be looking forward to this week.

Another player that seems to enjoy playing in China is Tommy Fleetwood 16/1 – with Coral – who has a runner up and a third place finish over this course in two different events and he has not been outside the Top 20 in three starts over the Genzon GC track. Tommy is in great form at the moment with a win on the European Tour, a runner-up at the WGC Mexico Championship and a Top 10 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Although he missed the cut at The Masters I expect him to be in the thick of it again this week.

I would never discount anyone who has won on a course as it brings so much positive energy when a player arrives at the track and Alexander Levy 33/1 – with BetFred – has a win over the Genzon GC course, he also had a Top 5 finish here last year and managed to make the Top 25 in the first year of this event – his win was in the China Open held at Genzon in 2014. Levy holed out from the fairway at last weeks Trophée Hassan ll and although he didn’t challenge he did play some steady golf.

My each-way tips:

One player that I did tip to challenge at the Tropée Hassan ll was Jorge Campillo 50/1 – with Bet365. Campillo flirted with the Top 5 several times during the week only to make a mistake and drift back out and finally settled for a Top 20 place. It was Jorge’s forth Top 25 finish of the year from seven starts – his best place being a runner-up at the Tashwane Open. As I have stated before I do think he has the game to do well and he does have a Top 25 finish here which I expect him to improve on this week.

Kiradech Aphibarnrat 40/1 – with SportingBet – has slightly gone off the boil after two Top 10 finishes on the desert swing of the European Tour one of which was his forth place in Abu Dhabi. Kiradech is a past champion here winning the first Shenzhen International in a play-off and as I stated earlier, never right off a past champion.

My outside tip:

For those of you who love an outsider there are several this week: Matteo Manassero 80/1 – with SportingBet – had a Top 25 finish here last year and just missed out on that mark the previous year by a shoot, but he comes into this week on the back of two Top 20s – one of which was a third place at the Indian Open. What did I say about past champions, Soomin Lee 100/1 – with BetFred – is the defending champion this week. And lastly Julian Quesne 150/1 – with Bet365 – has not been outside the Top 20 here in three starts, his best finish being forth place two years ago when he fired a final round 65.

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