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Mikko Korhonen -13
Justin Walters -8
Adam Bland -7
David Horsey -7
Connor Syme -7
Austin Connelly -7
Peter Hanson -7
Miguel Ángel Jimenez -7
Ashun Wu -7
Jeppe Pape Huldahl -7
Mikko Korhonen 3/10
Ashun Wu 20/1
Justin Walters 20/1
Migel Angel Jimenez 20/1
David Horsey 35/1
Austin Connelly 40/1
Matthias Schwab 50/1
Peter Hanson 50/1
Adam Bland 66/1
Connor Syme 66/1
Jeppe Papa Huldahl 66/1
Lee Slattery 66/1
Oscar Lengden 80/1
Nick Cullen 100/1
Soren Kjeldsen 100/1
Rafael Jacquelin 150/1
Oscar Stark 200/1
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Miguel Ángel Jiménez
The 7,053 yards, par 72 Diamond Course was designed by English architect Jeremy Pern, the once Vice President of the British Institute of Golf Course Architects.
Opened in 2002, the Diamond course features water hazards on seventeen of the 18 holes, including the 192-yard 11th and 159-yard 15th par 3s, where both tee shots are played to island greens. If you manage to negotiate all of that, then you only have the 457-yard par 4 18th to complete, with water on the left of the fairway and out-of-bounds on the right!
First played in 1990, the inaugural Austrian Open was won by Germany’s Bernhard Langer. In 2010 when The Diamond Country Club first held this event, Keith Waters, Chief Operating Officer of The European Tour, said: “I would like to place on record my sincere thanks to Christian Guzy, the owner of Diamond Country Club, for his commitment and support in securing the future of the Austrian Golf Open. The Diamond Course is one of the finest in Austria and I’m sure our Members will enjoying meeting the varied challenges it presents.”
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When you look at this week’s field you know Miguel Ángel Jiménez 25/1 – with SpreadEX – has only entered this tournament because he feels he has a great chance of winning it. Miguel fired a final round 63 at the Italian Open last week and with three Top 20 finishes from his three starts on the European Tour this wraparound season, I certainly wouldn’t put it past him.
Another player coming into this week in buoyant mood will be Lee Slattery 25/1 – with Bet365 – after a third round 62 at the Italian Open see him finish inside the Top 5. Lee has a couple of Top 10 finishes here including a fourth place finish when he fired two rounds of 66 along the way.
When Mikko Korhonen 30/1 – with Bet365 – adds one low round he invariably starts to challenge, which was the case earlier in the year at the Tshwane Open firing a second round 64 see him finish inside the Top 5 and a 66 here last year see him finish runner-up. The Fin does seem to enjoy playing this course and with this field one low round could actually see him win.
As many of you know I have tipped Nicolas Colsaerts 33/1 – with Ladbrokes – several times this year, feeling that he is not far away from putting his game all together again. If he is going to get back to winning ways, this week with this field is his best chance of doing that.
Although Grégory Bourdy 55/1 – with Bet365 – hasn’t had the greatest of season this year – missing six cuts from his thirteen starts – he has had three Top 10 finishes over the Diamond course and with a weakened field, Grégory will be looking to take advantage to get himself back inside the Top 125 and exemption to next year’s tour.
Gary Stal 100/1 – with Coral – has only been outside the Top 25 once in the last four years of this event and two of those finishes have been inside the Top 10. Gary lost his European Tour status last year so has been mainly playing Challenge Tour events and he will be looking at this week to try and help get back onto the main tour.
Try past champions Mikael Lundberg 250/1 – with Coral
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