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Christiaan Bezuidenhout -10
Adri Arnaus -4
Eduardo De La Riva -4
Mike Lorenzo-Vera -4
Alvaro Quiros -4
Jon Rahm -4
Sergio Garcia -3
Thomas Bjørn -2
Thomas Detry -2
Gavin Green -2
Bernd Ritthammer -2
Hideto Tanihara -2
Christiaan Bezuidenhout 8/15
Jon Rahm 3/1
Hideto Tanihara 16/1
Sergio Garcia 33/1
Thomas Detry 40/1
Nicolas Colsaerts 60/1
Victor Dubuisson 66/1
Pablo Larrazabal 80/1
Adri Arnaus 125/1
Gaganjeet Bhullar 150/1
Matthieu Pavon 150/1
Mike Lorenzo Vera 200/1
Jorge Campillo 225/1
Steven Brown 250/1
Thomas Bjorn 250/1
Andy Sullivan 300/1
Eduardo de la Riva 350/1
George Coetzee 350/1
David Horsey 400/1
Bernd Ritthammer 500/1
Daniel Gavins 500/1
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Volvo China Open Richard Castka Sportpixgolf.com
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The Andalucia Masters is now in its fifth year of its comeback with the backing of Sergio Garcia’s Foundation and teeing up at Europe’s very own “Augusta”, the Robert Trent Jones designed Valderrama.
Originally known as Los Aves sitting above the Andalucian village of Sotogrande, billionaire Jaime Ortiz-Patino purchased the course and asked Trent Jones to come back out and reshape the course in 1985. The course has hosted the Volvo Masters but is most notably remembered for Seve’s captaining of the 1997 Ryder Cup matches.
The 17th hole is the most memorable hole from those Ryder Cup matches and became the perfect risk and reward hole. Named Los Gabiones it was once just a long par five before Trent Jones' redesign and by adding the water feature just in front of the green, it became a must watch hole during the 1997 matches.
In June 2014 King Juan Carlos of Spain granted Valderrama the Royal title, the club is now known as Real Club Valderrama.
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My tips to Win:
This week Sergio Garcia 13/2 – with BetFred – will be trying to make it four in a row at the Andalusian Masters and although he comes into this week on the back of missing the cut at the BMW International Open at the weekend, I expect him to be right in the thick of it come Sunday.
I am sure having missed the cut the one and only time that he played in this event two years ago Jon Rahm 7/1 – with SportingBet – will be looking to perform a lot better this time out. Jon comes into this tournament after a week’s rest after his third-place finish at the US Open and he will want to do well in front of his home supporters and family.
Matthew Fitzpatrick 10/1 – with Ladbrokes – will want to get that play-off defeat at the weekend out of his head as soon as possible and what better place to start than in his very next tournament. Matt played some great golf in Munich especially his 66 Friday, which he followed up with a 65 on Saturday.
Another home player who will be looking to impress the partisan crowd will be Jorge Campillo 40/1 – with SportingBet – who won his first European Tour event this year at the Trophée Hassan II. Jorge also has two runner-up finishes and three third place finishes this year and is playing some great golf and I am sure he would love to win on home soil.
It took seven years for Mikko Korhohen 55/1 – with UnitBet – to win his maiden European Tour event last year and he seems to have acquired a taste for it, having won earlier in the year at the Volvo China Open. Mikko is another player that missed the cut at the BMW International Open at the weekend but with a third-place finish here last year I am sure he will be looking forward to this week
It was good to see Alvaro Quiros 125/1 – with BetVictor – challenging again at last weekend’s BMW International Open taking his second third-place finish of the year. The Spaniard is a hard player to predict, we all know he has the power and the game to do well and maybe it was playing with his friend Rafa Cabrera-Bello that pushed him, but with two Top 20s in his last two starts and playing in front of a home crowd these could prove to be very good odds.
Try Scott Jamieson 150/1 – with BetVictor
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