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Final round
scores for the
Dubai Duty Free
Irish Open

Jon Rahm -16
Andy Sullivan -14
Bernd Wiesberger -14
Rafa Cabrera Bello -13
Eddie Pepperell -13
Robert Rock -13
Jorge Campillo -12
Paul Waring -12
Gavin Green -11
Martin Kaymer -11
Zander Lombard -11
Mike Lorenzo-Vera -11
Edoardo Molinari -11

Final round
betting odds
for the
Dubai Duty
Free Irish

Eddie Pepperell 3/1
Rafa Cabrera Bello 3/1
Robert Rock 9/2
Bernd Wiesberger 11/1
Andy Sullivan 12/1
Zander Lombard 12/1
Jon Rahm 16/1
Mike Lorenzo Vera 22/1
Cormac Sharvin 40/1
Jorge Campillo 40/1
Oliver Wilson 66/1
Paul Waring 66/1
Grant Forrest 80/1
Thorbjorn Olesen 80/1
Brandon Stone 125/1
Gavin Green 125/1
George Coetzee 125/1
Martin Kaymer 125/1
Abraham Ancer 150/1
Lee Westwood 150/1
Wade Ormsby 150/1
Edoardo Molinari 200/1
Niklas Lemke 200/1
Haotong Li 250/1
Robin Dawson 250/1
Russell Knox 250/1
Tommy Fleetwood 400/1
Joakim Lagergren 500/1
Oliver Fisher 500/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open


Jon Rahm
Jon Rahm
James Kennedy

Erik Van Rooyen
Erik Van Rooyen
Volvo China Open Richard Castka

Graeme McDowell
Graeme McDowell
Omar Rawlings

Russell Knox
Russell Knox
Kevin Murray

Jorge Campillo
Jorge Campillo
Volvo China Open Richard Castka

Robert Macintyre
Robert Macintyre

Séamus Power
Séamus Power
Séamus Power

Another new venue this year for the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open as the European Tour heads to the west coast of Ireland and County Clare to pitch up at Lahinch Golf Club, with its stunning natural links terrain where the Inagh River meets the North Atlantic Ocean and its winds will have a major say in who walks away with the title this week.

In 1892 Old Tom Morris was commissioned to produce this stunning golf course over this wonderful links land which he described as being, “as fine a natural course as it has ever been my good fortune to play over”

Since then the course has evolved with Charles ‘Mo’ Gibson, Dr Alister MacKenzie and more recently Martin Hawtree adding to its test and beauty. Hawtree’s brief was to reinstate some of the MacKenzie features which were lost in the 30s, and today golfers can enjoy the best of both Old Tom and Dr MacKenzie’s designs.

The two most famous holes are classic Old Tom designs. The par-5 4th meanders through the dunes before you have to play a blind second shot over them. The 5th named the Dell is a blind par-3 to a long shallow green sandwiched between 30ft dunes front and back. The 6th takes you towards the ocean, and some wonderful views and the crashing North Atlantic waves. Holes 3, 7 and 8 play by the beach and the Atlantic, while the 577-yard Par 5 12th plays along by the calmer Inagh estuary.

For another trusted Lahinch GC review click here

My tips to Win:

Having just missed out on defending this title last year I am sure Jon Rahm 8/1 – with SportingBet – will be looking to challenge again this week. Jon comes into this week after runner-up finish at last week’s Andalucía Masters and a third-place finish at the US Open and will be in confident mood this week.

There are not too many players in this week’s field that would have played the Lahinch course before but I am sure Graeme McDowell 33/1 – with SportingBet – would have played it in his amateur days. After finally booking his place at Royal Portrush for the Open Championship Graeme has been playing some great golf with a Top 10 at the Canadian Open and a sixteenth-place finish at the US Open and will really be looking forward to playing in front of Irish support this week.

After a week’s rest and his sixteenth-place finish at the BMW International Open Erik Van Rooyen 35/1 – with BetFred – will be looking forward to his Open Championship preparations which will start this week at Lahinch. I think many pundits are tipping Erik to be the next big player to come out of South Africa and he is certainly proving he could be with a couple of runner-up finishes already on the European Tour this year and a Top 10 at the PGA Championship in May.

Each-way tips:

This week’s defending champion is Russell Knox 40/1 – with BetFred – and who can forget those two magnificent putts on the 18th green at Ballyliffin last year, holing for birdie in both the regular play and in play-off to win. It’s not been the year I think the Scot was looking for but some recent good form and being back here should give him the confidence boost he needs.

I did tip Jorge Campillo 66/1 with SportingBet – last week and while he managed a Top 15 finish he never threatened the top of the leaderboard. Jorge did finally win his maiden European Tour event at the Trophiée Hassan ll and has had two runner-up and two third place finishes so far this year and I think now he has that win under his belt, like London buses I can see another coming along shortly.

Outside tip:

Another player that I think will win their first European Tour event soon is Robert Macintyre 80/1 with UniBet – who had back-to-back runner-up finishes in May and although he didn’t follow those results up at the Belgium Knock-out and the BMW International Open, I think a week’s rest to regroup and playing links golf could see him back challenging again this week.

Longer odds:

Try Séamus Power 150/1 – with Betway

As always good luck

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