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The European Tour heads to North Africa for the 44th edition of the Trophée Hassan II. Morocco is becoming a great golf destination; hopefully you have read reviews of my trip to Marrakech and Essaouira, if not, please follow this link where you will also find a link to this year’s Morocco Festival of Golf, which is definitely worth taking part in and represents great value for money and you get to play on some stunning courses.
Anyway back to the Trophée Hassan II, which was first played back in 1971 and was the vision of Morocco’s King Hassan to bring the best golfers in the world to Morocco each year to compete in a major golf tournament. Today it’s his sons who have taken up the baton and golf in Morocco, as well as the Trophée Hassan II are prospering from the Kings foresight.
This year the tournament will be contested over the Robert Trent Jones designed Royal Dar Es Salam situated in the capital Rabat on Morocco’s Atlantic coast.
The are three courses that were carved out of the Zaers Forest, The Red which the men’s European Tour will be contested over and weighting in at 7,372 yards and The women’s European Tours Lalla Meryem Cup will be contested for over the Blue course.
There's also a 9-hole course.
The course meanders through cork oak trees and features raised greens and splashed bunkering, with plenty of doglegged holes for the players to negotiate.
There are Roman column ruins between the 11th and 12th holes which were shipped in from the nearby ancient city of Volubilis.
The signature hole is the par 3 ninth hole where the tee shot has to carry a lily pond – complete with flamingos – to a shallow island green surrounded by flowers.
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My tips to win:
After what will seem like an age after his win at the Tshwane Open Dean Burmester 20/1 – with 32Red – will be looking to add to his impressive record this year. Dean has only been outside the Top 11 once in five starts and with a Top 15 finish here last year he will be looking forward to teeing it up this week.
One player that seems to have slipped out of everyone’s thoughts lately is Joost Luiten 18/1 – with SportingBet– who seemed like he would be on last years Ryder Cup team by right only to slip out of contention after a great start to the year. Joost problem was that he just couldn’t get that win before the final Ryder Cup points had been tallied, even back-to-back runner-up finishes and five other Top 10s couldn’t get him into the team – Joost finally won in his home event the KLM Open. Luiten does have a few Top 15s in this event and one of them was over the Royal Golf Dar Es Salam course.
Jeunghun Wang 22/1 – with SportingBet – is the defending champion this week and the South Korean went on and made it back-to-back wins by taking the Mauritius Open the following week. Jeunghun already has a win this year and although he missed the cut at The Masters he will be looking to get back on track this week and I am sure he will be in confident mood once he back here.
My each-way tips:
After watching fellow Spaniard don the green jacket on Sunday Jorge Campillo 45/1 – with SportingBet – will be looking to keep the Spanish flag flying high. Jorge has three Top 25 finishes from his six starts this year with his best result coming at the Tshwane Open where he took the runner-up spot. Campillo did miss the cut in his following event but I am sure he will be looking to put that right here this week.
Mike Lorenzo-Vera 50/1 – with Coral – has teed it up four times on the European Tour so far this year and he has made the Top 20 from three of those starts – two of which were Top 10s. Mike played over the Royal Golf Dar Es Salam course track last year and got off to a good start but followed that up with three poor rounds in the mid 70s, but in his current vain of form and coming back to a familiar course I expect him to be challenging again this week.
My outside tip:
Robert Rock 100/1 – with Bet365 – may not have had the best of starts to the year missing three cuts from six starts but he does seem to enjoy teeing it up at the Royal Golf Dar Es Salam course, the Englishman has two Top 10 finishes over this track and made the Top 5 playing some solid golf last year.
As always good luck
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