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Masters

Eddie Pepperell -9
Alexander Bjork -7
Lucas Herbert -5
Jordan Smith -5
Sam Horsfield -4
Tom Lewis -4
Julian Suri -4
Justin Rose -3
Lucas Bjerregaard -2
Oliver Farr -2
Tommy Fleetwood -2
Ricardo Gouveia -2
Gavin Green -2
Haotong Li -2
Andy Sullivan -2

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for the
British Masters

Eddie Pepperell Evens
Jordan Smith 15/2
Julian Suri 15/2
Alexander Bjork 9/1
Julien Guerrier 14/1
Matt Wallace 20/1
Andrea Pavan 30/1
Lucas Bjerregaard 33/1
Matthew Fitzpatrick 33/1
Tommy Fleetwood 66/1
Justin Rose 100/1
Andy Sullivan 125/1
Tom Lewis 125/1
Trevor Immelman 125/1
Lucas Herbert 150/1
Adrien Saddier 200/1
Jeung-Hun Wang 200/1
Ross Fisher 250/1
Steven Brown 300/1
Wade Ormsby 300/1

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Review & Betting Guide for the British Masters

 

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The European Tour stays on the British Isles but moves south to the Herbert Fowler designed Walton Heath GC, where James Braid was the first professional at the club and King Edward V111 was club captain in 1935, strange that he see fit to never give the club its Royal seal of approval.

This week’s sees Justin Rose team up with Sky Sports for the British Masters and they will use a composite of the Old and New courses at Walton Heath. I have played both courses many times over the years and I have always found it challenging but fair. Several new tees have been built for this event and the sand has been replaced to give more consistency throughout the course.

The heathland fairways will feel very familiar to those who played in Scotland last week, being tightknit, close cropped and with the long hot summer in England this year they will still be hard, putting plenty of roll on the ball if you hit the fairways. If you miss the fairway the heathland heather will come into play and believe me getting anything more than a wedge out could see you running up some big numbers, some parts are so dense I’m sure it would stop a bullet.

With the course being open heathland, wind will play a big part and although the forecast is for winds between 8-10 mph that is enough to start affecting the flight of a golf ball, but should it pick up that heather will start to come into play.



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My tips to Win:

After a taste at the top of the world rankings Justin Rose 7/1 – with SportingBet – will be looking to climb that summit once more and have a more permanent stay there. A rest after the Ryder Cup should see Justin raring to go, but how much a toll it will take out of him being a co-promoter of the tournament this week we shall have to see – to date none of the participating co-promoters of the British Masters have won their respective events.

I am sure Francesco Molinari 10/1 – with Ladbrokes – will be looking forward to playing in front of the British crowds this week especially after his performances with Tommy Fleetwood at the Ryder Cup – there is no doubt we will hear a few Moliwood chants this week. Francesco is obviously in stunning form and will be looking to add to his tally of wins this week.

With all the focus on the Ryder Cup players this week, I am certain Matt Wallace 40/1 – with SportingBet – will want to remind everyone how close he was to becoming a member of that team. I stated when Matt won the Made In Demark event and wasn’t picked for the team that he would be looking to win at least one more tournament this year and what better way to do that than in front of a partisan crowd.

Each-way tips:

Lee Westwood 50/1 – with BoyleSport – always seems to play well in front of a home crowd and has been inside the Top 20 of this tournament since Sky resurrected the event. Lee had a runner-up finish in the Made in Denmark tournament a few weeks ago and followed that up with a twelfth-place finish at the European Masters and I expect him to be challenging again this week.

I am sure Francesco’s win at The Open Championship has given a boost to Italian golfers and one player that seems to have had a boost in confidence is Andrea Pavan 60/1 – with Bet365 – who didn’t qualify for The Open but has had a win and three Top 20s – two of which have been Top 10s – and after his fifth place finish at the weekend firing a 63 in the second round, I expect to see him challenging again this week.

Outside tip:

Marcus Kinhult 100/1 – with Coral – seems to have found some consistency over the last couple of weeks and followed up his fourth-place finish at the Portugal Masters with a Top 10 at the Dunhill Links Championship. Marcus has a great game but will fire one high round which then puts him on the back foot, if he can eliminate that again this week he will be back challenging for the Top 5 spot.

Longer odds:

Try Mikko Ilonen 250/1 – with SkyBet

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