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Final round
scores
from the
Oman Open

Sami Valimaki -13
Won in play-off

Brandon Stone -13
Adrien Saddier -12
Mikko Korhonen -11
Guido Migliozzi -11
Alejandro Cañizares -9
George Coetzee -9
Rasmus Højgaard -9
Jordan Smith -9
Ross Fisher -8
Grant Forrest -8
Lorenzo Gagli -8
Martin Kaymer -8
Joost Luiten -8
Antoine Rozner -8
Clément Sordet -8
Connor Syme -8

Final round
betting odds
for the
Oman Open

Joost Luiten 19/5
Brandon Stone 11/2
Mikko Korhonen 6/1
Rasmus Hojgaard 13/2
Sami Valimaki 9/1
Callum Shinkwin 9/1
Guido Migliozzi 9/1
Jordan Smith 18/1
Clement Sordet 22/1
Adrien Saddier 30/1
Martin Kaymer 33/1
Kalle Samooja 45/1
Stephen Gallacher 60/1
Nicolas Colsaerts 90/1
Haotong Li 125/1
Jeff Winther 150/1
Robert Rock 200/1
Paul Waring 250/1
Fabrizio Zanotti 250/1
Adrian Otaegui 250/1
Jeunghun Wang 400/1
Alejandro Canizares 400/1

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The European Tour is back this week after the WGC event in Mexico and we are heading back to the middle east and this time Oman. The Al Mouj course has been part of the European Challenge Tour and their end of season finale Race to Oman series. That has now become the Road to Ras Al Khaimah and the Oman Open had its inaugural event two years ago on the full European Tour Schedule.

The Al Mouj course sits on two-kilometer stretch of pristine coastline, flanked by the Sea of Oman and the stunning Hajjar mountain range. The 7,342-yard course is Oman’s first links style golf course, but this is more an American style links with lush vibrant green grass with waste areas, fairway bunkers, water hazards, fast true running greens and natural dunes.

The 2nd hole which is a par 3 is the courses signature hole and the raised green has the sea of Oman as its backdrop. The par 3, 4th hole also plays towards the Sea of Oman and then there is the island green at the par 3, 14th hole that is reminiscent of the 17th at TPC Sawgrass.

The 18th is a fitting finale to the course and this tournament, again playing to a green that sits with the Sea of Omen as its backdrop but this is a tough par 4 and the tee shot from the tips is played over the water and has the sea running all the way along the left side of the fairway, which plenty of bunkers to negotiate from the 60-yard mark and in.



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My tips to Win:

With this being Ryder Cup year Thomas Pieters 12/1 – with BetFred – will be going all out to try and make the team after missing out in Paris. Thomas had a third-place finish in his last event the Saudi International firing a final round 65, I am sure Thomas will be itching to get back to playing this week in an event where he had a sixth-place finish last year.

I am also going to tip fellow Belgian Thomas Detry 20/1 – with SportingBet – who has already had two Top 10s on the European Tours wraparound season from his five starts, with his last start also in the Saudi International where he had a sixth-place finish. Like his countryman I am sure Thursday can’t come soon enough.

Past champion of this event Joost Luiten 22/1 – with Ladbrokes – has had a slow start to the year, but I am sure he will be looking forward to being back in Oman this week. Joost defended his title with a twelfth-place finish last year. It was his second round 77 in the wind that really put paid to any chance of defending his title, something I am sure he will be looking to put right this week.

Each-way tips:

Gavin Green 33/1 – with BetFred – has had three Top 25 finishes from his four starts on the European Tour so far this year his other finish was a twenty-seventh place at the Dubai Desert Classic. Gavin missed the cut here last year but I feel it’s a different player teeing it up this season and after his third-place finish at the Saudi International in his last outing I expect him to be challenging again this week.

I am sure Benjamin Hebert 50/1 – with 888Sport – will take a lot of positives from his Top 20 finish at the WGC Mexico Championship at the weekend firing a third round 65 along the way and playing some steady golf. Benjamin has been inside the Top 20 in his last two starts in this event and has won six events on the Challenge Tour and lost in three play-offs last year on the main tour, it’s not going to be long before Hebert wins his first European Tour title and I think these are good odds for the Frenchman.

Outside tip:

It has been a frustrating year for Jorge Campillo 80/1 – with UniBet – after finally getting his maiden win under his belt he ended last season well with a couple of Top 20 finishes, but has just not got out of the blocks this year. Jorge had a runner-up finish here last year and was in the Top 5 the year before so he does enjoy this course and he is too good a player for this current slump to continue for too long.

Longer odds tip:

Try Julien Guerrier 125/1 – with BetFred

As always good luck




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