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Final round
scores for
the Made in

Matt Wallace -19
Won in play-off

Jonathan Thomson -19
Steven Brown -19
Lee Westwood -19
Erik Van Rooyen -18
Lucas Bjerregaard -17
Matthew Fitzpatrick -16
Thomas Detry -16
Ashley Chesters -15
Sam Horsfield -14
Adrian Otaegui -14

Final round
odds for
the Made In

Lee Westwood 5/2
Thomas Detry 16/5
Matt Wallace 7/2
Jonathan Thomson 11/1
Steven Brown 11/1
Callum Shinkwin 33/1
Christiaan Bezuidenhout 33/1
Lucas Bjerregaard 33/1
Adrian Otaegui 40/1
Erik Van Rooyen 40/1
Sam Horsfield 40/1
Matthew Fitzpatrick 50/1
Richard Sterne 66/1
Justin Walters 150/1
Matthew Southgate 150/1
Robert Rock 150/1
Matthew Baldwin 250/1
Aksel Olsen 300/1
Ashley Chesters 300/1
Pedro Oriol 400/1
Nicolai Tinning 500/1
Pep Angles 500/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the Made In Denmark


Thorbjørn Olesen
Thorbjørn Olesen

Thomas Pieters
Thomas Pieters
Asian Tour

Eddie Pepperell
Eddie Pepperell
James Kennedy

Matt Wallace
Matt Wallace
James Kennedy

Lucas Bjerregaard
Lucas Bjerregaard
Galvin Green

David Horsey
David Horsey

Phachara Khongwatmai
Phachara Khongwatmai
Asian Tour


The European Tour moves to Denmark and is the final counting event for this year’s Ryder Cup European Team, fitting then that the development of the course was overseen by Captain Thomas Bjorn. Silkeborg Golf Club is situated in Resenrbro, to the north of Silkeborg, in the part of Denmark known as “the heart of Jutland.”

The course was design by Line Mortensen and inspired by Danish tour professional Søren Kjeldsen, the course is cut through a pine forest and has 134 bunkers to navigate, so it will certainly be a tough test of the players this week.

27 holes opened for play In 2013 and despite its relatively young age the Kildebjerg-Ry course has already established its self as one of Denmark’s best tournament courses hosting both the ECCO TOUR and the Long Drivers European Tour in 2016 and 2017 and was highly praised by participants of all three events.

Comprising of three nine-hole loops known as the Vest (West) course, Syd (South) course and Øst (East) course. The 411-yard, par four, 7th hole on the West course is one of the toughest holes on the course. The hole is played from an elevated tee, the fairway below has three cross bunkers in the landing area, doglegs slightly to the right with the left of the green being protected by a tree and a bunker.

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My tips to Win:

There are a lot of players chasing the final Ryder Cup places this week and several players will be pushing for that last automatic spot which is currently held by Thorbjørn Olesen 9/1 – with SportingBet – and if Thorbjørn wins here this week it will stop anyone else jumping into that position. With that extra incentive I am sure Olesen will be doing all he can to win his home event and with a partisan crowd behind him I think he will be the man to beat this week.

One player who will be pushing him hard is Thomas Pieters 14/1 – with SportingBet – who had a stunning Ryder Cup debut at Hazeltine National and having had a taste of playing in the biannual matches he will itching to make the team again. Thomas tried hard at the weekend at the Czech Masters but could only manage a Top 10 and he will be looking to replicate his 2016 finish in this event to try and impress Captain Bjorn.

Eddie Pepperall 22/1 – with Coral – currently sits in tenth position on the European Tour Ryder Cup points table and a win here would see him become part of the equation. Eddie is another player who made the Top 10 at the Czech Masters and will also be pushing for a win this week.

Each-way tips:

Matt Wallace 40/1 – with SportingBet – is another player that could give Captain Thomas Bjorn a headache this week with a win here. Matt already has two wins on the European Tour so far this season and changed his schedule to fit in last week’s Czech Masters so he could push for an automatic selection, but final rounds of 73 and 72 see him slide down the leaderboard and out of contention. Matt will certainly be looking to bounce back this week.

Someone who will have a lot of home support this week is Lucas Bjerregaard 40/1 – with PaddyPower – who we have tipped several times this year to great effect with his four Top 6s finishes in the space of six starts. Lucas won his first European Tour event last year at the Portugal Masters, but to win on home soil in front of family, friends, a partisan crowd and the Danish Ryder Cup captain, now that would be a statement hard to ignore.

Outside tip:

In the last three years of this event David Horsey 90/1 – with UniBet – has one win and one runner-up finish and although the tournament is being played at a different venue this year, just coming back to Denmark should bring with it a lot of positive memories. It’s been an unspectacular season for the lad from Stockport who has not won on the European Tour since he won this event three years ago, but it’s not like a Mancunian to come and spoil the party is it!

Longer odds:

Try Phachara Khongwatmai 150/1 – with Bet365

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