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Tommy Fleetwood -12
Won in Play-off
Marcus Kinhult -12
Thomas Detry -8
Jason Scrivener -8
Bernd Wiesberger -8
Louis Oosthuizen -7
Lee Westwood -7
Zander Lombard -6
Robert Macintyre -6
Matthew Fitzpatrick -4
Joost Luiten -4
Kalle Samooja -4
Louis Oosthuizen 8/5
Zander Lombard 10/3
Thomas Detry 7/2
Marcus Kinhult 12/1
Oliver Wilson 25/1
Lee Westwood 33/1
Bernd Wiesberger 33/1
Tommy Fleetwood 50/1
Mikko Korhonen 60/1
Jason Scrivener 60/1
Aaron Rai 60/1
Joachim B. Hansen 60/1
Joost Luiten 90/1
Matthew Fitzpatrick 250/1
Nacho Elvira 250/1
Erik Van Rooyen 250/1
Guido Migliozzi 250/1
Rafa Cabrera-Bello 300/1
Alvaro Quiros 300/1
Henrik Stenson 400/1
Tom Lewis 400/1
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The Gary Player Country Club hosts the event, the course is one of the major attractions at the once infamous Sun City resort in the north west region of South Africa. Sun City has two golf courses, the Lost City course which features crocodiles in one of its ponds, and the Gary Player Country club which has consistently been rated as the number one or two course in South Africa.
The fairways consist of a lush kikuyu and are complemented by immaculate bent-grass greens. Designed by Gary Player and Ron Kirkby and named after Player in celebration of his status as South Africa's greatest golfer, this par 72 track measures 7,655 yards from the championship tees. It is one of the longest golf courses in the world.
The Kikuyu-grassed fairways and bent grass greens contrast magnificently with the more barren thorn-scrub and aloe-covered hillsides through which the parkland course meanders. The fairways are wide but are bordered by tough kikuyu rough and untended African bushveld which, together with the tricky greens are the course's main defences.
Water comes into play on five holes, most famously on the par-five 9th with its island green, which is surrounded by waterfalls and artificial rocks. There are natural amphitheatres at the 9th and 18th holes, as well as several other vantage points around the course, giving thousands of spectators great views of the course as well as the players.
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My tips to Win:
I am sure Louis Oosthuizen 10/1 with MarathonBet is itching to win this event, the South African has not been outside the Top 15 since the tournaments inauguration back in 2013 and he has three Top 10s and a Top 5 in that run. Louis had a third-place finish in his last outing at the WGC HSBC and will come into this in confident mood and determined to finally win here.
After a couple of bad finishes after his win at the Scandinavian Invitation Erik Van Rooyen 20/1 with SportingBet came back with a bang at the Turkish Airlines Open improving every day and firing a final round 65 to force his way into the six-way play-off. I am sure Erik will be looking forward to performing in front of a home crowd and I did say earlier this year that he would win more than once on the European Tour and what better place to do it.
Another player that forced his way into that play-off at the Turkish Airlines Open was Kurt Kitayama 28/1 with Coral with his stunning final round of 64. Kurt has had three Top 5 finishes from his last four starts and has only been outside the Top 25 once in his last six tournaments and he will be in buoyant mood again this week.
This weeks defending champion is Lee Westwood 33/1 with UniBet who shot a final round 64 to take the title, he also had a sixth place finish the year before and it seems the course has grown on Lee. To be honest I probably wouldnt have tipped Westwood this week but for his Top 10 at the Turkish Airlines Open at the weekend where he shot a second round 65.
One player I am going to stick with this week is Joachim B Hansen 90/1 with UniBet who has three Top 10 finishes from his last five starts which includes a runner-up and another Top 5 and after his Top 10 finish at the weekends Turkish Airlines Open where he shot all four rounds of 68, he will be another player turning up here in confident mood.
Scott Jamieson 100/1 with SpreadEx only win on the European Tour has come on this continent and watching Scott all year he seems to be on the point of putting four good rounds together and really challenging and at these odds and with a runner-up finish in this event two years ago, he will be a player to watch this week.
Try Steven Brown 250/1 with SkyBet
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