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Final round
scores for the
Nordea Masters

Erik Van Rooyen -19
Matthew Fitzpatrick -18
Dean Burmester -14
Sihwan Kim -13
Alexander Levy -13
Wade Ormsby -13
Sebastian Soderberg -13
Sam Horsfield -12
Andrew Johnston -12
Joakim Lagergren -12
Matthieu Pavon -12
Victor Perez -12
Matthew Southgate -12

Third round
betting odds

Matthew Fitzpatrick 11/10
Henrik Stenson 5/2
Erik Van Rooyen 11/1
Jason Scrivener 18/1
Gavin Green 20/1
Ashun Wu 25/1
Joakim Lagergren 25/1
Victor Perez 28/1
Alexander Bjork 33/1
Wade Ormsby 33/1
Alexander Levy 40/1
Christiaan Bezuidenhout 40/1
Robert Rock 50/1
James Morrison 66/1
Sihwan Kim 66/1
Andrea Pavan 80/1
Haydn Porteous 80/1
Joost Luiten 80/1
Rikard Karlberg 80/1
Soren Kjeldsen 80/1
Alex Noren 100/1
Dean Burmester 100/1
Gavin Moynihan 100/1
Kalle Samooja 100/1
Masahiro Kawamura 100/1
Ricardo Gouveia 100/1
Thomas Detry 100/1
Jamie Donaldson 125/1
John Catlin 125/1
Matthew Southgate 125/1
Sebastian Soderberg 125/1
Stephen Gallacher 150/1
Andy Sullivan 200/1
Bradley Dredge 200/1
Ivan Cantero Gutierrez 200/1
Nicolas Colsaerts 200/1
Paul Peterson 200/1
Paul Waring 200/1
Zander Lombard 200/1
Anton Karlsson 250/1
Joachim B. Hansen 250/1
Kristian Krogh Johannessen 250/1
Lorenzo Gagli 250/1
Max Schmitt 250/1
Steven Brown 250/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the Scandinavian Invitation


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Erik Van Rooyen
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Andrea Pavan
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Jordan Smith
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The European Tour moves to Sweden and pitches up at the Hills Golf Club just south of Gothenburg in Sweden for the newly named Scandinavian Masters. Designed by Arthur Hills and Steve Forrest, the Hills Golf Club opened for play in 2005 and offers some stunning views and natural amphitheatres.

Carved out of woodland, hills and valleys with generous fairways, the course has well placed bunkers and tough green complexes, strategy will be key at this week’s event from both the tee and second shots into the greens.

The course weighs in at a staggering 7,500 yards and if you think how cold Sweden can get, the ball isn’t going to fly as far as in the heat of Missouri, if you want to compare length to last week’s PGA Championship.

The course offers wonderful views of the surrounding countryside and the natural amphitheatres on the 1st and 10th tees and 9th and 18th greens, with both holes being played either side of a lake.

The course is a mix of Europe, Surrey and Florida and look out for the back-to-back par threes at the 5th and 6th holes, walking off those two without playing no more than six shots will see players increase their lead on their competitors.

For another trusted Hills GC course review click here

My tips to Win:

Having not made the FedEx Cup play-off Henrik Stenson 8/1 – with SportingBet – tees it up in his home country this week after last teeing it up at the WGC St Jude Invitational where he played some steady golf. Henrik hasn’t really challenge on the PGA Tour this year but he has still managed eight Top 25 finishes from his fifteen starts which includes three Top 10s one of which came at the US Open. Stenson will want to do well in front of a home crowd and with a couple of weeks rest I am sure he will be raring to go.

I am going to stick with Erik Van Rooyen 16/1 – with SkyBet – this week after his Top 5 finish at last week’s Czech Masters, which made it his forth Top 10 of the year that includes two runner-up finishes. As I stated last week, I feel Erik will win his first European Tour event this year and I believe he will be in the thick of it again this week.

Another player I tipped last week was Andrea Pavan 20/1 – with Ladbrokes – who was the defending champion at the Czech Masters and although the didn’t put in a sustained challenge his final round 65 took him into third place. Andrea had a sixth-place finish here last year and in his current form he will be looking forward to challenging again this week.

Each-way tip:

After two missed cuts on the spin at the Irish and Scottish Opens Jordan Smith 45/1 – with SportingBet – decided to take a break and work on his game and this will be his first competitive tournament since the Scottish Open. I can understand his frustration after four Top 10s – two of which were Top 5s – in six starts to then go and miss two cuts. I am sure the work he has put in over the last few weeks will pay-off starting this week.

Three Top 6s on the spin should see Rikard Karlberg 66/1 – with UniBet – turn up at his home tournament in confident mood this week. Two of those finishes may have come on the European Challenge Tour but I feel those good finishes helped gave him the belief to compete last week and make the Top 5 at the Czech Masters. Some players can be intimidated by playing in front of a home crowd but Rikard is a past champion of the Nordic League so that shouldn’t be a problem for him.

Outside tip:

Sam Horsfield 80/1 – with BetVictor – has been spending some time with Ian Poulter and I am sure his third-place finish at the weekend in the Czech Masters was due to the work he put in over in Florida with the Ryder Cup hero. Sam will take a lot of confidence from last week and that time spent in the US and he will be looking to build on those positives this week.

Longer odds:

Try Robert Karlsson 125/1 – with BetVictor

As always good luck

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