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Final round
scores from
the Portugal

Steven Brown -17
Brandon Stone -16
Justin Walters -16
Adrien Saddier -15
Chris Paisley -14
Eddie Pepperell -13
Jeunghun Wang -13
Oliver Fisher -12
Tom Lewis -12
Jake McLeod -12
Jack Singh Brar -12
Andy Sullivan -12
Matt Wallace -12

Final round
betting odds

Brandon Stone 19/10
Dean Burmester 9/2
Oliver Fisher 11/2
George Coetzee 12/1
Matt Wallace 16/1
Steven Brown 16/1
Haydn Porteous 20/1
Jeunghun Wang 20/1
Eddie Pepperell 25/1
Justin Walters 25/1
Tom Lewis 25/1
Renato Paratore 40/1
Adrien Saddier 66/1
Pablo Larrazabal 80/1
Darren Fichardt 150/1
Louis De Jager 250/1
Andy Sullivan 300/1
Chris Paisley 350/1
Joakim Lagergren 350/1
Shubhankar Sharma 350/1
Kalle Samooja 400/1
Tapio Pulkkanen 400/1
Bradley Dredge 500/1
Hugo Leon 500/1
Jack Singh Brar 500/1
Kristian Johannessen 1000/1
Tomas Santos Silva 1000/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the Portugal Masters


Lucas Bjerregaard
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Eddie Pepperell
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George Coetzee
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The Portugal Masters has been held on the Victoria course since 2007 with Steve Webster winning its inaugural event. Spain’s Alvaro Quiros shot a final round of 68 to win the 2008 title by three shots ahead of Scotland’s Paul Lawrie.

Lee Westwood and Richard Green lifted the title in 2009 and 2010 and 20-year-old Tom Lewis, won the 2011 Portugal Masters. Lewis birdied five of the last seven holes to claim his maiden title in only his third professional start. Lucas Bjerregaard is the current champion and will be defending his title this week.

Designed by Arnold Palmer the Oceanico Victoria Course is a beautifully manicured track that weighs in at 7,227-yards. The club is situated in the Golf-Mekka Vilamoura area. The terrain is flat but don’t let that put you off its a breathtaking design. Each hole has 5 teeing options and the course features are the many lakes and waterfalls as well as the strategically placed bunkers.

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My tips to Win:

2017 see Lucas Bjerregaard 22/1 – with 888Sport – win the Portugal Masters title his maiden victory after turning pro six years earlier and he added to his win tally a year later at the Dunhill Links Championship. Lucas obviously enjoys teeing it up here as he had two Top 15s before that win and defended his title with a Top 20. Lucas now splits his time between the PGA and European Tours and will fancy his chances of lifting the trophy again this week.

Two Top 5 finishes in this event in the last two years shows Eddie Pepperell 22/1 – with 888Sport – enjoys teeing it up at Dom Pedro Victoria course and I am sure he feels it’s a track that he can win on. Eddie has played some steady golf this year on the European Tour but has only really challenged twice and he will be looking to put that right this week.

It has not been a great year for George Coetzee 25/1 – with SportingBet – with only four Top 10s this year, with the latest of those coming at the weekend where he had a third-place finish in France where he opened up with a 65. George has a good record in this event with three Top 7 finishes and after that confidence boost at the weekend I expect him to be in the thick of it again come Sunday

Each-way tips:

Another past champion of this event is Andy Sullivan 33/1 – with UniBet – and he defended his title with a runner-up finish. Andy had a runner-up finish in the Irish Open earlier in the year but apart from that has not really challenged but I feel that may change being back here this week.

Five Top 25 finishes from his last seven starts should see Joakim Lagergren 40/1 – with UniBet – in confident mood this week, three of those five where Top 10 finishes. After a week’s rest I am sure Joakim will be looking forward to this week.

Outside tip:

This will be Ashely Chesters 100/1 – with SpreadEx – third time playing in this event and after just missing the Top 50 in first attempt he made the Top 16 last year when he opened up with a first round 66. It’s been an up and down year for Ashley but I think being back here will give him the positive boost he needs to kick on.

Longer odds:

Try Ricardo Gouveia 125/1 – with SpreadEx

As always good luck

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