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Final round
scores for the
European Open

Paul Casey -14
Robert Macintyre -13
Bernd Ritthammer -13
Matthias Schwab -13
Bernd Wiesberger -12
Romain Wattel -11
Pablo Larrazabal -10
Guido Migliozzi -10
Ashley Chesters -9
Niklas Lemke -9

Final round
betting odds
the Porsche
European Open

Paul Casey 7/4
Robert MacIntyre 9/4
Bernd Ritthammer 6/1
Matthias Schwab 7/1
Pablo Larrazabal 12/1
Guido Migliozzi 33/1
Ben Evans 40/1
Bernd Wiesberger 40/1
Jeff Winther 40/1
Alexander Bjork 100/1
Ashley Chesters 100/1
Niklas Lemke 100/1
Richard Sterne 125/1
Louis De Jager 150/1
Padraig Harrington 150/1
Krogh Johannessen 200/1
Romain Wattel 200/1
Sam Horsfield 200/1
Min Woo Lee 300/1
Ricardo Gouveia 300/1
Scott Gregory 300/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the Porsche European Open


Paul Casey
Paul Casey
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Patrick Reed
Patrick Reed

Matthias Schwab
Matthias Schwab

Alexander Levy
Alexander Levy
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Renato Paratore
Renato Paratore

Jorge Campillo
Jorge Campillo
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The European Tour stays on mainland Europe moving to Germany for the Porsche European Open at the Green Eagle Golf Courses in Hamburg. The 7,582-yard North Course is one of the longest on the European Tour and takes up an impressive 86 hectares of the complex and opened for play in 2008.

The complex was the brainchild of Michael Blesch and Ralf Lühmann back in 1997. Blesch designed the courses and the championship North Course incorporates water on nearly every hole, with some spectacular bunkering and natural amphitheatres. Green Eagle previously played host to the ECCO Tour Championship on the European Challenge Tour in 2010.

My tips to Win:

A week’s rest after and a Top 5 finish in the Tour Championship FedEx Cup play-offs should see Paul Casey 7/1 – with SportingBet – arrive here in buoyant mood. He will also take confidence from his six-place finish here last year, where he let himself down with a one over final round 73, something I am sure he will want to rectify come Sunday.

Patrick Reed 9/1 – with SpreadEx – has teed it up twice now on the Green Eagle track finishing inside the Top 20 both times, firing a 66 last year in the second round but a final round 76 see him slide out of the Top 5 and into eighth place. With his swing changes now fully bedded in and a win on the PGA Tour, I expect him to be in the thick of it come Sunday afternoon.

Also, in a tie for six-place last year was Matthias Schwab 28/1 – with BetFred – who will be another player that will come into this week in confident mood. Matthias comes into this week on the back of a Top 10 at the European Masters, his second in two starts and his sixth of the season, I don’t think it will be long before this lad picks up his first European Tour victory.

Each-way tips:

A runner-up in this event two years ago Alexander Levy 40/1 – with SportingBet – doesn’t come into this week in great form, the Frenchman has missed numerus cuts including the European Masters at the weekend. Alexander did have a Top 5 finish two weeks ago at the Scandinavian Invitational and being back here this week where he followed that runner-up finish with a Top 12 could just be the positive vibes he needs to get his game back on track.

I am surprised to see Renato Paratore 55/1 – with SkyBet – this far down the betting odds. Renato has steadily progressed over his last three tournaments and coming back to the Green Eagle track where he had a runner-up finish last year will only feed into his confidence levels and I think these are great odds for the young Italian

Outside Tip:

After finally getting his first win Jorge Campillo 80/1 – with SportingBet – seems to have lost his way a little over the last few weeks. He did follow up that victory with two third place finishes and another Top 10, but after a missed cut at The Open Jorge took a few weeks off. Campillo started in his first event since The Open at last week’s European Masters and again missed the cut, I do think that was more to do with knocking the competitive rust off and I expect him to be challenging again this week.

Longer odds:

Try Lorenzo Gagli 150/1 – with BetFred

As always good luck

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