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Final round
scores from
the ISPS
6 Perth

Kiradech Aphibarnrat
Beat James Nitties 2&1

3/4 Playoff   
Lucas Herbert
Beat Sam Horsfield 3&1

Semi Finals
Kiradech Aphibarnrat
Beat Lucas Herbert 1st SH

James Nitties
Beat Sam Horsfield 2&1

Final round
betting odds
for the
6 Perth

Thorbjorn Olesen 6/1
Lucas Herbert 9/1
Prom Meesawat 11/1
Kiradech Aphibarnrat 14/1
Sam Horsfield 16/1
Sean Crocker 10/1
Yusaku Miyazato 10/1
Nick Cullen 20/1
Satoshi Kodaira 20/1
Zander Lombard 25/1
Andrea Pavan 33/1
Min Woo Lee 33/1
Grant Forrest 40/1
Brad Kennedy 16/1
Matthew Millar 25/1
Ben Eccles 33/1
Marcus Fraser 28/1
Yi-Keun Chang 40/1
Poom Saksansin 40/1
Dimitrios Papadatos 20/1
James Nitties 40/1
Stephen Leaney 40/1
Pavit Tangkamolprasert 40/1
Callan O'Reilly 40/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth


Kiradech Aphibarnrat
Kiradech Aphibarnrat
James Kennedy

Ryan Fox
Ryan Fox
PGA Of Australia

Bernd Wiesberger
David Lipsky
Asian Tour

Brett Rumford
Brett Rumford
PGA of Australia

Wade Omsby
Wade Ormsby
PGA of Australia

Fabrizio Zanotti
Prom Meesawat
Asian Tour

Austin Connelly
Austin Connelly
PGA of Australia

Austin Connelly
Nathan Holman
Asian Tour

Last years ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth proved a great success with golf fans especially the final day match play section. The format is an interesting one with the first 54 holes being a normal stroke play event with a cut after 36-holes. There will then be a further cut after 54 holes with the Top 24 players – those who tie for twenty-forth will go into a play off to make up the final twenty-four – going through to the match-play section.

The final twenty-four players will then play a six-hole match play until there is only one player left who will be declared the winner. It sounds interesting and the match-play element should bring a lot of drama to the final day.

Founded in 1928 and designed by Alex Russell, the Australian Open champion in 1924 – Lake Karrinyup Country Club sits in a wonderful bush setting providing a tranquil haven for an abundance of native flora and fauna and was constructed in the main – so legend has it, by sixty Italian labourers who withstood sandflies and leeches in the lake to fashion 18 holes out of some very inhospitable territory.

A book written by founder member Keith Barker tells of dragging old tree stumps together to form the base of the 12th green and even burying a dead workhorse in a bunker by the 10th green!

The lake is the focal point on the course and it can be viewed from seventeen of the eighteen holes. Over 75 species of birds can be found in the wetlands surrounding the large natural lake and kangaroos can be seen wandering amid the large eucalyptus trees and colourful shrubs. This undulating natural bush land track is situated just 15 minutes from the centre of Perth.

The signature hole is the 220-yard, par three 8th hole played over water to an elevated green, which is also protected by deep bunkers at the front. If you go long the tee shot will run away down the bank at the back of the green.

Mike Clayton was commissioned to upgrade the course in 2007. He lengthened the 3rd, 11th, 13th and 14th holes and shortened the 12th and 18th, rebuilding every green and bunker along the way.

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My tips to win:

After a final round 66 at the weekend Kiradech Aphibarnrat 25/1 – Coral – should come into this week in confident mood. It has been a couple of years now since Kiradech won two events in 2015, one of which was the Paul Lawrie match play event which should put the lad from Bangkok at an advantage come the knockout stages of this tournament.

After a Top 5 finish at the weekend Ryan Fox 28/1 – BetFred – is another player that should come into this week in confident mood. Ryan narrowly missed out on the knockout stages of this event last year missing the 36-hole cut, but I am sure he will be wanting to put that right this year and I think he will do well in the match-play section.

It is very unlikely David Lipsky 28/1 – BetFred – will make a US Ryder Cup team unless he started to play regularly on the PGA Tour. If the US captain Jim Furyk ever decided to go left field with one of his picks, then a player who wins a match play event and plays regularly plays on the European Tour could just give David that little bit of extra motivation this week.

My each way tips

From start to finish Brett Rumford 33/1 –Bet365 – dominated this event last year leading the 54-stroke play section and then winning the match-play section by beating Phachara Khongwatmai 2&1 finishing with two birdies to seal the victory. Brett may not be in great form at the moment but he will certainly put up a stiff defence of his title.

Wade Ormsby 40/1 –Bet365 – shot a final round 66 in the stroke play section of this event last year but was unfortunate to lose on the forth-extra play-off hole in the second round of the match-play section. Wade hasn’t started this year well after winning the Hong Kong Open and a Top 10 at the Australian PGA Championship at the backend of last year, he has gone on to miss three cuts this year, but I am sure Ormsby will enjoy the backing of the Aussie crowd and will put that run of form to bed this week.

My outside Tips:

As you can imagine the bookies are all over the place this week with the format of this tournament and there a couple of good outside bets, first there is Prom Meesawat 80/1 – BetVictor – who missed out on the knockout stages last year. Prom had a nightmare ending to last year missing seven cuts on the spin, but he played well last week after opening with a 74 his head could have gone down, but a 66 got him through to the weekend and he will be looking to make the match-play section this week where I feel he could do well. Austin Connelly 125/1 – Ladbrokes – was third in the stroke play section last year but lost in his first match-play and will looking to put that right this week.

Longer odds

If anyone is going to spoil the party no doubt it will be an Aussie with a the home crowd cheering him on, to that end I feel Nathan Holman 300/1 – PaddyPower – could be a good bet having won in front of a partisan gallery at the Australian PGA Championship a couple of years ago.

As always good luck

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