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Final round
Scores from
the Hero
Indian Open

Stephen Gallacher -9
Masahiro Kawamura -8
Jorge Campillo -7
Christiaan Bezuidenhout -6
Julian Suri -6
George Coetzee -5
Nacho Elvira -5
Callum Shinkwin -5
Erik Van Rooyen -5
S Chikkarangappa -4
Victor Dubuisson -4
Keith Horne -4
Rashid Khan -4
Sihwan Kim -4
Mikko Korhonen -4
Adrian Otaegui -4
Jarin Todd -4

Third round
betting odds
for the
Indian Open

Julian Suri 13/8
George Coetzee 4/1
Scott Hend 8/1
Callum Shinkwin 14/1
Robert Karlsson 16/1
Prayad Marksaeng 20/1
Matthias Schwab 25/1
Masahiro Kawamura 28/1
Mikko Korhonen 33/1
Nacho Elvira 40/1
Robert Rock 40/1
Shubhankar Sharma 40/1
Bernd Wiesberger 50/1
Richie Ramsay 50/1
Erik Van Rooyen 66/1
Panuphol Pittayarat 66/1
Stephen Gallacher 66/1
Adrian Otaegui 80/1
Gavin Green 80/1
Jack Singh Brar 80/1
James Morrison 80/1
Prom Meesawat 80/1
Ashley Chesters 100/1
Jorge Campillo 100/1
Lorenzo Gagli 100/1
N Thangaraja 100/1
Victor Dubuisson 100/1
Jens Dantorp 125/1
Marcus Fraser 125/1
Rashid Khan 125/1
Aaron Rai 150/1
Andrea Pavan150/1
Berry Henson 150/1
Daniel Nisbet 150/1
Jeung-Hun Wang 150/1
Sam Brazel 150/1
Ben Campbell200/1
Christiaan Bezuidenhout 200/1
Dean Burmester 200/1
JB Hansen 200/1
Jarin Todd 200/1
Pablo Larrazabal 200/1
Poom Saksansin 250/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the Hero Indian Open


Anirban Lahiri
Anirban Lahiri

Shubankar SharmaShubankar Sharma
Asian Tour

Jazz Janewattananond
Jazz Janewattananond
Asian Tour

Gavin Green
Gavin Green
Asian Tour

George CoetzeeGeorge Coetzee
Kevin Murray

Haydn Porteous
SSP Chawrasia
Asian Tour

Jbe Kruger
Jbe Kruger
Volvo China Open Richard Castka

The European Tour moves to India this week and tees up at the Arnold Palmer designed DLF G&CC and one of the highlights of the course is its Golden Eagles that have made this course their home, there is also 41 other varieties of birds.

The undulating course opened for play in 1999 and has water hazards on no less than seven holes, with aqua waiting for any stray shots on all of the final three holes. There is no let up when you get to the greens which have some very interesting complexes and will test the players skills with the flat stick this week.

In 2014 the club acquired some new land and commissioned Gary Player to design nine new holes and redesign nine of the existing Palmer course to come up with a new eighteen-hole layout, which opened for play in October 2015.

The course is designed around two lakes and an old quarry known as the Lake nine and the Quarry nine, it's a tough course from the tips at 7,654 yards featuring an island green on one of the par 3s, it will certainly test every part of your golf game.

For another trusted DLF G&CCreview click here

My tips to win:

Some players find it hard to perform in front of a partisan crowd but Anirban Lahiri 16/1 – SportingBet – is a past champion of this event and defended his title with a runner-up finish, but that was when the tournament was played at Delhi GC and not DLF G&CC where this week’s tournament is being held. Anirban does have a Top 5 finish here and this will be his first outing on the European Tour this year, having played on the PGA Tour where he has one Top 10 but has been playing steady golf.

Jazz Janewattananond 18/1 – RoyalPanda – will come into this week in confident mood after his Top 5 finish at the Maybank Championship last week – he also has two other Top 20 finishes from his six starts on the European Tours wraparound season. Jazz currently tops the OOM on the Asian Tour and has not been outside the Top 15 and has a win and two other Top 5s from his five starts and I expect him to be in the thick of it again this week.

It’s been a rollercoaster year for year for Shubhankar Sharma 25/1 – UniBet – who started the European Tours wraparound season with a sixth-place finish in Hong Kong, but the lad from Jhansi, India hasn’t challenged again. This time last year Shubhankar had already won two events but a seventh-place finish at this event was the last time he was to make the Top 10. I feel being back in front of home support may just give him the positive energy he needs.

Each-way tips:

George Coetzee 33/1 – SportingBet – has not challenged again after his runner-up finish in the Qatar Masters a few weeks ago and I am sure he will want to get back to being in the thick of it again this week. George has only played in this event twice once when it was the Avantha Masters and two years ago when he had a Top 10 finish and he will be looking to better that placing come Sunday.

I am sure Gavin Green 35/1 – SportingBet – will be looking forward to teeing it up at the DLF G&CC this week after his runner-up finish here two years ago, which he followed up with a Top 20 last year. Its been an up and down season so far for Gavin but two solid finishes over the last couple of weeks should see him come into this week in a positive frame of mind.

Outside tip:

Having won over this track twice for the Indian Open and once in the Avantha Masters SSP Chawrasia 90/1 – with RoyalPanda – obviously enjoys teeing it up here and more importantly playing in front of a partisan crowd. It’s not been a good year for SSP so far with four missed cuts from his six starts, but an opening round of 69 in Malaysia last week showed a glimpse that Chawrasia may just have timed a comeback to form to make it his third Indian Open win.

Longer odds:

Try Jbe Kruger 250/1 – SportingBet

As always good luck

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