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Final round
scores from
the British

Renato Paratore -18
Rasmus Højgaard -15
Justin Harding -14
Robert Rock -13
Andy Sullivan -13
Dale Whitnell -13
Oliver Fisher -12
Jonathan Caldwell -11
Ryan Fox -11
Jens Fahrbring -10
Sam Horsfield -10
Graeme Storm -10
Ben Stow -10

Final round
betting odds
for the
BetFred British

Renato Paratore 6/4
Justin Harding 5/2
Rasmus Hojgaard 4/1
Sam Horsfield 18/1
Dale Whitnell 20/1
Ashley Chesters 22/1
Robert Rock 40/1
Andy Sullivan 80/1
Jack Senior 125/1
Ben Stow 125/1
Jonathan Caldwell 125/1
Adrian Meronk 125/1
Oliver Fisher 125/1
Ryan Fox 150/1
Calum Hill 150/1
Matthew Jordan 150/1
Eddie Pepperell 150/1
Jordan Smith 150/1
Aaron Rai 200/1
Pedro Figueiredo 250/1
Jens Fahrbring 250/1
Richard Bland 250/1
Rikard Karlberg 300/1
Lars Van Meijel 750/1
Adrian Otaegui 750/1
Jeff Winther 750/1
Robin Roussel 750/1
Alexander Bjork 750/1
Pablo Larrazabal 750/1
Scott Vincent 750/1
Clement Sordet 1000/1
Benjamin Poke 1000/1
Antoine Rozner 1000/1
Laurie Canter 1000/1
Andrea Pavan 1000/1
Matthew Southgate 1000/1
Matthieu Pavon 1000/1
Alvaro Quiros 1000/1
Scott Jamieson 1000/1
Sean Crocker 1000/1
Miguel Angel Jimenez 1000/1
Mikko Korhonen 1000/1
Nacho Elvira 1000/1
Niklas Lemke 1000/1
Paul Dunne 1000/1
Adri Arnaus1000/1
Richie Ramsay 1000/1
Toby Tree 1000/1
Romain Langasque 1000/1
Aaron Cockerill 1000/1
Johannes Veerman 1000/1
Jason Scrivener 1000/1
Jake Mcleod 1000/1
Jack Singh Brar 1000/1
David Horsey 1000/1
Haydn Porteous 1000/1
Guido Migliozzi 1000/1
Gregory Havret 1000/1
Graeme Storm 1000/1
David Law 1000/1
Garrick Porteous 1000/1
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 1000/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the Betfred British Masters


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Darius Van Driel
Darius Van Driel

The European Tour starts its British leg of the rescheduled season after the opening two events in Austria and returns to the northeast of England and Close House the venue of the 2017 British Masters.

Close House opened for play in 2011, the Lee Westwood Championship Colt course sits in 200 acres of beautiful Northumberland countryside. Designed by Scott Macpherson and named after the great Harry Colt, Scott spent eighteen months researching golf course designs by the great Harry Colt, and embedded that knowledge in his blueprints to create a modern Colt style course for Close House in honour of the great architect.

The Journal’s Tim Taylor said about the course, “If Scott Macpherson is not the 21st century's re-incarnation of Harry Colt, then I don’t know who is. A drop dead gorgeous course and you can see from the way Macpherson has subtly set his jewel into the breath-taking countryside alongside Hadrian’s Wall, that he is a student of Colt’s gentle way of doing things.”


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My tips to Win:

This week’s tournament host is Lee Westwood 10/1 – with SportingBet – and like all the guys who have been associated with the tournament they have never really performed well, as their focus seems to be on off course issues. Having said that Lee did make the Top 15 the last time he hosted this tournament at Close House and like many of players he will be itching to get back to competing and with no spectators and sponsors that may just ease the off-course pressures.

I think having played at least once in Austria over the last two weeks is going to be an advantage over the players who will be teeing it up for the first time since the restart and Thomas Detry 16/1 – with UniBet – was already having a good season before the shutdown and his Top 10 finish two weeks ago at the Austrian Open – his third of this wraparound season started – I feel makes Thomas the man to beat this week.

Eddie Pepperell 28/1 – with Ladbrokes – won this event in 2018 at Walton Heath and defended his title last year with a runner-up finish at Hillside. Eddie comes into this week after a strange start to the year with two Top 20 finishes but two missed cuts and a DISQ in his last event at the Qatar Masters. Pepperell missed the cut the last time the event was here, but watching his recent interviews he can’t wait to be competing again.

Each-way tips

The last time this event was held at Close House Marc Warren 50/1 – with SportingBet – had a Top 15 finish, so I am sure he will be looking forward to this week, especially after winning the opening event on the rescheduled European Tour at the Austrian Open two weeks ago, where he opened with a 66 and shot an under par round each day.

Five Top 25 finishes from his eight starts on this year’s European Tour wraparound season should see Connor Syme 50/1 – with UniBet – come into this week in confident mood and even more so with his Top 5 finish at the Austrian Open two weeks ago. Connor was part of the 2017 Walker Cup team and had his first victory on the Challenge Tour last season and three of his finishes this season have been Top 10s and I feel the young Scot may just well win his first full European Tour event this year.

Outside tip:

Richie Ramsay 70/1 – with oddschecker – had a solid start to the season before the lockdown with his best performance coming at the Saudi International where he had a Top 25 finish. Richie had a Top 10 finish the last time the event was help here firing all four rounds in the 60s and had a Top 5 finish when it was held at Hillside last year, so I think these are good odds for the Scotsman.

Longer odds:

I was surprised that Darius Van Driel 140/1 – with Oddschecker – didn’t tee it up at the Euram Bank Open last week especially after playing so well the week before at the Austrian Open where he had a Top 5 finish as he has a good record over the Adamstal course. With that in mind arriving at Close House early to get in some course homework in is only going to stand the Dutchman in good stead this week.


Oscar Lengden is 9th reserve, but worth looking at if he makes it into the field.

As always good luck

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