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Final round
scores for the
Scottish Open

Brandon Stone -20
Eddie Pepperell -16
Jens Dantorp -15
Trevor Immelman -15
Luke List -15
Rickie Fowler -14
Ryan Fox -14
Thomas Pieters -14
Dean Burmester -13
Stephen Gallacher -13
Tyrrell Hatton -13
Aaron Rai -13
Justin Rose -13

Final round
odds for the
Scottish Open

Rickie Fowler 4/1
Matthew Fitzpatrick 8/1
Alexander Bjork 17/2
Ryan Fox 9/1
Tyrrell Hatton 9/1
Russell Knox 11/1
Justin Rose 12/1
Jens Dantorp 14/1
Scott Hend 18/1
Marcel Siem 25/1
Aaron Rai 28/1
Thomas Pieters 30/1
Eddie Pepperell 33/1
Joakim Lagergren 50/1
Dean Burmester 60/1
Charley Hoffman 66/1
Jorge Campillo 66/1
Luke List 66/1
Brandon Stone 80/1
Trevor Immelman 80/1
Hao-Tong Li 100/1
Ian Poulter 100/1
Matthew Southgate 100/1
Kiradech Aphibarnrat 125/1
Sam Horsfield 125/1
Fernandez-Castano 150/1
Patrick Reed 150/1
Stephen Gallacher 150/1
Darren Fichardt 200/1
Gavin Green 200/1
Andrea Pavan 300/1
Justin Walters 300/1
Pedro Oriol 400/1
Steven Brown 400/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open


Justin Rose
Justin Rose

Rickie Fowler
Rickie Fowler
James Kennedy

Russell Knox
Russell Knox
Kevin Murray

Jorge Campillo
Jorge Campillo
James Kennedy

Volvo China Open
Alexander Bjork
Volvo China Open

Lucas Bjerregaard
Lucas Bjerregaard
James Kennedy

Joakim Lagergren
Joakim Lagergren
Kevin Murray


Golf has been played over the Gullane links for over 368 years and the history of golf in East Lothian dates back to 1650 when the weavers of Dirleton played the weavers of Aberlady in an annual match on Old Handsel Monday.

Towards the end of the century, in 1882, eight gentlemen of Gullane met to discuss the links and agreed that to keep the course in good condition a club should be formed under the name of The Gullane Golf Club. Local golfers were contacted to enquire if they were interested in becoming members and 32 are named on the first roll of honour. A year later, the membership had reached 125 and it now stands at over 1,200 members.

As the popularity of golf grew, the village prospered with the club’s facilities being expanded to keep up with demand. By 1910 there were three 18-hole courses. Gullane No. 1 is the oldest course and was established in 1884. Gullane No. 2 was laid out by Willie Park Jr in 1898 and is noteworthy due to a series of testing short holes that demand guile and skill. The third course was opened for play in 1910 and designed by Willie Park Jr with the objective of creating a test for the most experienced golfer with a special emphasis on shot making.

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My tips to Win:

I was wondering whether to tip Justin Rose 10/1 – with Bet365 – as he probably doesn’t want to win just before The Open, but you just know he will make the Top 5 as he wants to be in contention come the final day. Justin has two wins and has only been outside the Top 25 twice on the PGA Tours wraparound season and has six other Top 10s from his twelve starts and with the world number one spot in his sights he will be in the thick of it come Sunday.

A past champion of the Scottish Open Rickie Fowler 10/1 – with SportingBet – seems to enjoy playing in this event before The Open and won this course in 2015 he also has a couple of other Top 10 finishes. It has not panned out to be the year Rickie was hoping for, but it’s not as bad as people imagine and while he has not won, he does have a runner-up finish and has only been outside the Top 25 five time from his fifteen starts on the wraparound tour and I expect him to be challenging come Sunday.

Russell Knox 22/1 – with PaddyPower –
is probably walking on water at the moment after his win at the Irish Open which followed on from his runner-up finish at the French Open the week before and his golf game couldn’t be in better shape. He was asked in an interview after winning on Sunday did he fancy his chances at The Open, to which he replied yes and at the Scottish Open and in his current form he may just achieve both.

Each-way tips:

I was thinking about Ryan Fox 50/1 – with Ladbrokes – for this slot, but after losing in a play-off but still picking up his entry to The Open he may just have lost a bit of edge so I am going with Jorge Campillo 55/1 – with Bet365 – and most of you know I have tipped him several times this year to good effect and as I have stated I feel he is not far from his first European Tour victory. Jorge had another Top 5 at the Irish Open his fifth of the year and I expect him to be in one of the final groups again come Sunday.

Another solid finish at the Irish Open see Alexander Bjork 66/1 – with BetFred – make the Top 15. This is Alex second season on the European Tour after moving up from the Challenge Tour and winning the China Open a couple of months ago made a statement of intent. The guys moving up are ready to win not just learn their trade for a couple of years and with a Top 10 finish at the French Open a couple of weeks ago his game is in great shape and I think these are good odds for the Swede.

Outside Tip:

Lucas Bjerregaard 125/1 – with SportingBet – just can’t seem to take that final step to the winners’ circle and a missed cut at the Irish Open may just be what he needs. Lucas has four Top 6 finishes from his last seven starts and that is great consistent golf, but he has just failed to close a tournament out, but like Campillo I think Lucas is not far away from taking that next step and I feel these are great odds for someone who has been so consistent recently.

Longer odds:

Try Joakim Lagergren 160/1 with Bet365

As always good luck

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