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First round
scores for
the Belgian

Anton Karlsson -8
Dean Burmester -6
Chris Paisley -6
Gonzalo Fdez-Castaño -6
Espen Kofstad -5
JC Ritchie -5
Lorenzo Gagli -5
Justin Walters -5
David Horsey -5
Robert Macintyre -5

Second round
betting odds
for the Belgian

Thomas Detry 18/1
Adrian Otaegui 20/1
Robert MacIntyre 20/1
Chris Paisley 22/1
Oliver Wilson 25/1
Benjamin Hebert 33/1
Richie Ramsay 33/1
David Horsey 40/1
Dean Burmester 40/1
Gonzalo Fdez-Castano 40/1
Jc Ritchie 40/1
Jeff Winther 40/1
Matthew Southgate 40/1
Nacho Elvira 40/1
Pablo Larrazabal 40/1
Alexander Levy 50/1
Antoine Rozner 50/1
Anton Karlsson 50/1
Ashley Chesters50/1
Darren Fichardt 50/1
Gavin Green 50/1
Guido Migliozzi 50/1
Justin Walters 50/1
Oliver Fisher 50/1
Sam Horsfield 50/1
Sihwan Kim 50/1
Soren Kjeldsen 50/1
Tom Lewis 50/1
Adrien Saddier 66/1
David Drysdale 66/1
Espen Kofstad 66/1
John Catlin 66/1
Lorenzo Gagli 66/1
Marcus Kinhult 66/1
Matthias Schwab 66/1
Romain Langasque 66/1
Wade Ormsby 66/1
Gregory Havret 80/1
Jake McLeod 80/1
Louis De Jager 80/1
Oliver Farr 80/1
Ricardo Gouveia 80/1
Rikard Karlberg 80/1
Andrea Pavan 100/1
Bernd Ritthammer 100/1
Daan Huizing 100/1
Darius Van Driel 100/1
Ewan Ferguson 100/1
Gavin Moynihan 100/1
George Coetzee 100/1
Haydn Porteous 100/1
Hugo Leon 100/1
Jens Dantorp 100/1
Jinho Choi 100/1
Joachim B. Hansen 100/1
Kristian Krogh Johannessen 100/1
Kristoffer Reitan 100/1
Michael Hoey 100/1
Nick Cullen 100/1
Sebastian Soderberg 100/1
Stuart Manley 100/1
Victor Perez 100/1
Adam Bland 125/1
Alejandro Canizares 125/1
Bradley Dredge 125/1
Deyen Lawson 125/1
Grant Forrest 125/1
Joakim Lagergren 125/1
Jose-Filipe Lima 125/1
Marcel Schneider 125/1
Pedro Oriol 125/1
Richard McEvoy 125/1
Ben Evans 150/1
Bernd Wiesberger 150/1
Christofer Blomstrand 150/1
David Law 150/1
Edoardo Molinari 150/1
Jack Singh Brar 150/1
Jacques Kruyswijk 150/1
Kevin Hesbois 150/1
Lasse Jensen 150/1
Lee Slattery 150/1
Matthew Nixon 150/1
Max Schmitt 150/1
Maximilian Kieffer 150/1
Nicolas Colsaerts 150/1
Niklas Lemke 150/1
Renato Paratore 150/1
Rowin Caron 150/1
Stanislav Matus 150/1
Tapio Pulkkanen 150/1
Thomas Pieters 150/1
Adri Arnaus 200/1
Anders Hansen 200/1
Ben Stow 200/1
Brett Rumford 200/1
Dimitrios Papadatos 200/1
James Morrison 200/1
Jamie Donaldson 200/1
Jeunghun Wang 200/1
Joel Girrbach 200/1
Marc Warren 200/1
Marcel Siem 200/1
Oscar Lengden 200/1
Raphael Jacquelin 200/1
Steven Brown 200/1
Asaf Cohen 250/1
Austin Connelly 250/1
Hugues Joannes 250/1
Kim Koivu 250/1
Pedro Figueiredo 250/1
Romain Wattel 250/1
S.S.P Chawrasia 250/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the Belgian Knockout


Thomas Pieters
Thomas Pieters
Asian Tour

Adrian Otaegui
Adrian Otaegui
Volvo China Open Richard Castka

Thomas Detry
Thomas Detry
Volvo China Open Richard Castka

Pablo Larrazabal
Pablo Larrazabal

Wade Ormsby
Wade Ormsby
PGA of Australia

Nicolas Colsaerts
Nicolas Colsaerts
Omar Rawlings

This week sees the second Belguim Knockout hosted by Belgium Ryder Cup player Thomas Pieters. The format is a 36-hole stroke play event with the usual cut, and the top 64 players will then compete in a match-play/stroke play event over 9-holes until the we find the winner.

The venue this week is the Rinkven International Golf Club which sits on the outskirts of Antwerp and opened for play in 1981. The original course was designed by Belgian golfer and course architect Paul Rolin, but a masterplan for the venue was put in place by Russell Talley of Hawtree Ltd in 2014 and the first phase of those works finished in 2016.

There are two courses here a mixture of woodland and parkland with water coming in play on several holes and there are a variety of teeing options on both courses so you can pick according to your playing ability. The North Course measures 6,697-yards, par 72, while the South Course measures 6,546-yards, par 71. This week’s course will be a composite of the two courses to add length and to test the ability of some of the best players on the European Tour.

For another trusted Rinkven International GC review click here

My tips to Win:

After making the cut to move into the knock-out faze of the tournament last year it was a surprise to see Thomas Pieters 25/1 – with William Hill – go out in the first round when he fired +1 over the nine holes. The good news for the home support Thomas seems to becoming back into form and in front of that partisan crowd I feel he has a great chance of winning this year.

Another home favourite will be Thomas Detry 33/1 – with RoyalPanda – who finished the strokeplay section of this tournament in the Top 5 last year and like Pieters went out in the first round of the knockout stage. Thomas did finish inside the Top 20 of the first Perth Super 6s and with three Top 15 finishes in his last six starts he will be in confident mood this week.

This week’s defending champion is Adrian Otaegui 35/1 – with UniBet – who I tipped at last week’s Made In Denmark where he finished just outside the Top 15. Adrian seems to enjoy some of the new competition formats on the European Tour having taken the runner-up spot earlier in the year at the Perth Super 6s and I think knowing how to pace yourself during these events will hold him in good stead again this week.

Each-way tip:

With two Top 10 finishes from his last two starts Pablo Larrazabal 40/1 – BetVictor – will be teeing it up in confident mood, but this is the first time he has played in this event and he hasn’t played in any of the Perth Super 6s. As you can see from the odds being offered, the tournament outcome is unpredictable compared with other events, but these are very good odds for a player coming into a tournament in this form.

It would be hard to leave out home crowd favourite Nicolas Colsaerts 70/1 Pablo – RoyalPanda – who made the quarter finals of this event last year. Nicolas missed the cut at the weekend in the Made In Denmark and hasn’t really challenge all year, but I feel playing in front of a partisan support will lift him this week.

Outside tip:

Someone who seems to relish this type of tournament is Australian Wade Ormsby 90/1 – with Ladbrokes – who has made the knockout stages twice from his three starts at the Perth Super 6s and I feel that he has looked at his record in this format and fancies his chances this week.

Longer odds:

Try Brett Rumford 200/1 – with SkyBet

As always good luck

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