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This is the first Greg Norman designed track in Dubai along with sister course Fire at the Jumeirah Golf Estates. The Earth course is a very open layout with generous fairways and large sloping greens, so position is all-important.
Talk about bringing coals to Newcastle, or Sand to Dubai, which is exactly what has happened here. The bleached white sand in the fairway waste areas and bunkers was imported from North Carolina.
There really isn’t too much rough to worry about, but the players will have tricky recovery shots off the red wood chips if they do manage to miss these wide fairways.
The most challenging hole is the final hole, with its rock-lined stream meandering up the middle of its 620-yard fairway. The hole gently climbs to the huge and undulating green, a fitting crescendo to this 7706 yards track.
Jumeirah Golf Estates have overseeded the tees, fairways and rough on the Earth course with ryegrass, offering greater contrast and definition to the brilliant white bunkers and barkmulched landscape areas. The course will prove to be a tougher test this year for the players than in 2009 and 2010, with more of a premium being placed on finding the fairways with tee shots.
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My tips to Win:
A ninth place is Tommy Fleetwood 14/1 – with SportingBet – best finish over the Jumeirah Golf Estates Earth Course, but no doubt his positive memories will come from winning the Race To Dubai title and the European Tour order of merit last year. Tommy has not been outside the Top 10 in his last four starts on the European Tour and after a week’s rest, I feel he is the man to beat this week.
Tyrrell Hatton 18/1 – with BetFair – should come into this week well rested after having a couple of weeks off following the HSBC WGC event. Tyrrell has a very good record over the Earth course with a runner-up finish and only being outside the Top 8 once in his four starts, so he obviously loves playing here – the one time he missed out on the Top 10 was a thirteenth-place finish. Tyrrell is yet to win on the European Tour this year and has won at least once each year for the last two years and he will be looking to keep that run going this week.
My each-way tips:
With a win and a Top 5 from his three starts over the Earth course Matthew Fitzpatrick 35/1 – with Bet365 – enjoys teeing it up at Jumeirah Golf Estates. It’s been a strange year for Matthew he won again several weeks ago defending his European Masters title and has won every year since turning pro, he just seems unsatisfied with his golf game at the moment. I think being back here will put a spring in his step and we will see him challenging again come Sunday.
I did tip Branden Grace 35/1 – with Bet365 – last week and although he played some steady golf he didn’t really put any pressure on the leaders. Branden is another player that has won at least one event over the last three years on the European Tour and hasn’t won so far this year and with three Top 10s from his six starts here, he will fancy his chances this week.
It’s been a great first season on the European Tour for Aaron Rai 200/1 with Bet365 – and he has ten Top 25 finishes from his thirty-one starts with four of those being inside the Top 10. Arron won three events on the Challenge Tour before automatically securing his full playing card and to make the World Tour Championship in his first season shows the talent the lad has. I am sure Aaron will go out and enjoy this week and in that frame of mind at these odds it could be a fantastic combination for us punters.
As always good luck
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