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Third round
scores for the Commercial
Bank Qatar
Masters

Jorge Campillo -14
David Drysdale -13
Jeff Winther -13
Benjamin Poke -12
Pablo Larrázabal -11
Alexander Björk -11
Jack Senior -10
Kalle Samooja -10
Andy Sullivan -9
Scott Jamieson -9
S.S.P Chawrasia -9
Thomas Detry -9
Marcus Armitage -9

Final round
betting odds
for the
Commercial
Bank Qatar
Masters

Jorge Campillo 21/10
Jeff Winther 19/5
David Drysdale 5/1
Benjamin Poke 9/1
Alexander Björk 10/1
Pablo Larrázabal 10/1
Kalle Samooja 22/1
Thomas Detry 25/1
Jack Senior 25/1
Andy Sullivan 30/1
Scott Jamieson 45/1
Marcus Armitage 50/1
S.S.P Chawrasia 80/1
Thomas Pieters 80/1
Lorenzo Gagli 125/1
Sami Valimaki 150/1
Marcus Kinhult 150/1
Adrien Saddier 200/1
Romain Langasque 200/1
Robert Macintyre 200/1
Matthias Schwab 200/1
Matthew Jordan 200/1
Justin Harding 200/1
George Coetzee 200/1
Chris Paisley 200/1
Wilco Nienaber 300/1
Joost Luiten 400/1
Niklas Lemke 400/1
Maverick Antcliff 400/1
Dean Burmester 400/1
Alejandro Canizares 500/1
Antoine Rozner 500/1
Darren Fichardt 500/1
Fabrizio Zanotti 500/1

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Review & Betting Guide for the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters

 

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Joost Luiten
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George Coetzee
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Rasmus Højgaard
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The European tour moves to Doha in the UAE for the Commercial bank Qatar Masters and for the first time in 22-years of the event moves to a new course in Education City designed by José María Olazábal.

Education City is an initiative of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development and is located in Al Rayyan City on the outskirts of Doha. It covers 12-square kilometres and houses educational facilities from school age to research level and branch campuses of some of the world's major universities.

The course opened for play in 2018 and is part of a teaching facility that has a range of short game formats, state-of-the-art learning and practice facility housed in the Centre of Excellence, a TrackMan range, a 6-hole championship course with 7-tee options and a flood lit 9-hole par-3 course.

The 18 Hole Championship course is as you would imagine manicured to perfection and weighs in at 7,306-yards, with the 6th hole being the longest measuring 593 yards from the Championship tees.

The Par 72 course will test every part of the players games this week with the course meandering through the desert and ancient wadi wall and along several holes on both the front and back nines, water comes into play. Strategy will play a big part this week, not just from the tee but also into the greens with their many complexes and bunkering.




My tips to Win:

It seems Martin Kaymer 16/1 – with SportingBet – has found a new lease of life on the golf course and has not been outside the Top 16 from his four starts on the European Tour so far this year and comes into this week on the back of a Top 10 in Oman. It seems like an age since Martins last win in the US Open back in 2014 and I am sure in his current form and two previous Top 10s on this course he will be looking to put that right this week.

I did tip Joost Luiten 28/1 – with SkyBet – last week at the Oman Open and I must admit when he was tied for the lead going into the final round I did expect him to win, but a final round 75 see him slip out of contention. I am sure once the dust settles Joost will take the positives out of his first Top 10 of the year and it will also act as a spur for him this week

Another player that should take a lot of positives from his Oman Open performance and his final round 66 is George Coetzee 33/1 – with Ladbrokes – who has been inside the Top 25 four times from his six starts on the European Tour so far this season, he also has a runner-up finish on the Challenge Tour. George has had five Top 15 finishes from his seven starts at this event and that includes a runner-up and a Top 10, so he obviously enjoys the Doha GC course.

Each-way tips:

2018 champion Eddie Pepperell 50/1 – with VBet – didn’t defend his title in this event last year so you could say he will be defending his win this week! Eddie has had a mixed start to the wraparound season on the European Tour with two Top 20s from his four starts, but as we start to move into some of the bigger events on the world calendar I am sure he will want to be challenging here this week before heading off to Sawgrass.

Playing in the recent WGC Mexico event would have given Benjamin Hebert 55/1 – with VBet – a taste of what it’s like to play in an elite field and what it takes to succeed at the very top. Benjamin is still waiting to win his first European Tour title, but does have six wins on the challenge tour, he also has two Top 20 finishes in this event and he will want to be challenging this week to make sure he can make the next WGC event.

Outside tip:

Rasmus Højgaard 90/1 – with VBet –
became the youngest winner of a European Tour event when he won in a play-off to take the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open title, he then promptly missed the next four cuts. It’s a tough ask for an eighteen-year-old to suddenly be thrown into the limelight and become Denmark’s youngest ever European Tour tournament winner. A Top 6 finish at the weekends Oman Open and with an impressive amateur career behind him, it wasn’t going to be too long before Rasmus was challenging again. Højgaard has the golf game to become a multiple winner this year and I feel these are great odds for the Dane.

Longer odds:

Try Ashley Chesters 150/1 – with VBet

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