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Final round
scores for the
KLM Open

Sergio Garcia -18
Nicolai Hojgaard -17
Matt Wallace -15
Rikard Karlberg -12
Wil Besseling -11
Joakim Lagergren -11
Hugo Leon -11
Bradley Dredge -10
Mike Lorenzo-Vera -10
Joost Luiten -10
Thomas Pieters -10
Matthew Southgate -10

Final round
betting odds
for
the
KLM Open

Sergio Garcia 21/20
Callum Shinkwin 5/2
Matt Wallace 12/1
Nicolai Hojgaard 14/1
James Morrison 20/1
Matthew Southgate 28/1
Steven Brown 50/1
Thomas Pieters 50/1
Joakim Lagergren 66/1
George Coetzee 100/1
Jeff Winther 100/1
Joost Luiten 125/1
Eduardo De La Riva 150/1
Hugo Leon 150/1
Mike Lorenzo-Vera 150/1
Ashley Chesters 200/1
Sean Crocker 200/1
Wil Besseling 200/1
Antoine Rozner 250/1
Rikard Karlberg 250/1
Shubankar Sharma 300/1
Andres Romero 500/1
Kurt Kitayama 500/1
Romain Langasque 500/1
Rowin Caron 500/1
Scott Jamieson 500/1
Bradley Dredge 750/1
Espen Kofstad 750/1
Gavin Moynihan 750/1

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Thomas Pieters
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Joost Luiten
Joost Luiten
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Gavin Green
Gavin Green
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Sam Horsfield
Sam Horsfield
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Jorge Campillo
Jorge Campillo
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Romain Wattel
Romain Wattel
Marie Lan Nguyen

As the players move from Germany to The Netherlands this week they won’t have far to travel once they land at Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport. Designed by Masters champion Ian Woosnam and Belgian designer, Bruno Steensels of Mastergol, the course is just yards from passport control at Amsterdam airport.

Sitting to the east of the Buitenveldertbaan and Oostbaan runways TV will have a lot of air traffic noise to battle with this week and for those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle and the general white noise of life, may want to give this track a miss.

The course runs as an outside to inside clockwise to counter clockwise routing and with the terrain in The Netherlands being quite flat this designed enhanced what elevation changes that were available.

The course is relatively short going by today’s standards for a championship course, measuring only 6,966-yards with a par of 73, so the winning score could well be up in the -20s. Strategy is the key on this dramatic dune landscape with undulating fairways – some featuring water – and greens that can measure over 60-yard deep, which can get up to Augusta like speeds.

While the opening holes are interesting it does go a bit flat in the middle but builds and starts to become more dramatic from the par-5 15th hole, with the 18th being the courses signature hole, where water guards the green short and left and bunkers running down the right of the fairway.




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My tips to Win:

A win and three Tops 20s in his last four starts should see past champion of this event Thomas Pieters 14/1 – with SportingBet – tee it up in confident mood this week. Thomas seemed to lose his way after featuring in the Ryder Cup back in 2016 and was one of the shining lights in that team, but it looks like he’s starting to keep his temper in check and channel that aggression into his golf game.

Since coming back from his wrist injury last year Joost Luiten 16/1 – with Coral – hasn’t really challenged with his best finish being a third place at the Abu Dhabi Championship back in January. Joost will be looking for his third win in this event and with local support behind him I am sure he will be in the thick of it come Sunday.

For those of you who read my tips you will know Sam Horsfield 33/1 – with SportingBet – spent some time with Ian Poulter earlier in the year and it seems to have paid off for him. Sam has had three Top 15s from his last four starts, with his best finish being a third place in that run and while there was a dip out of the Top 15 two weeks ago he got himself back on track at the weekend in Germany and I expect him to be challenging again this week.

Each-way tips:

I have tipped Gavin Green 40/1 – with UniBet – a couple of times in the last few weeks who seems to have found a rich vein of form. Gavin has seven Top 20 finishes from his last eleven starts with three of those being Top 10 finishes. I feel it will not be long before the lad from Seangor, Malaysia wins his first European Tour title.

I am going to stick with Jorge Campillo 50/1 – with BetFred – as I said last week Jorge seemed to go through a dip in form after his first European Tour win, but some solid golf at the Porsche European Open at the weekend should give him confidence coming into the business end of the season.

Outside odds:

I am sure not many people have noticed Romain Wattel 80/1 – with BetFred – coming up on the rails but three Top 20s from his last five starts culminating with a sixth place at the European Open at the weekend. Wattel’s only win on the European Tour came in this event two years ago and in his current form I think these are very good odds.

Longer odds:

Try Bradley Dredge 150/1 – SpreadEx

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