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Final round
scores for the
Aberdeen Standard
Scottish Open

Min Woo Lee -18
Won in Play-off

Thomas Detry -18
Matt Fitzpatrick -18
Lucas Herbert -17
Ryan Palmer -17
Ian Poulter -17
Jon Rahm -16
Justin Thomas -15
Johannes Veerman -15
Xander Schauffele -14
Jack Senior -14

Final round
betting odds
the abrdn
Scottish Open

Jon Rahm 17/10
Matthew Fitzpatrick 5/2
Thomas Detry 9/2
Lucas Herbert 12/1
Scottie Scheffler 18/1
Xander Schauffele 28/1
Min Woo Lee 40/1
Lee Westwood 45/1
Ryan Palmer 50/1
Justin Thomas 60/1
Wade Ormsby 60/1
Adrian Otaegui 60/1
Victor Perez 66/1
Tommy Fleetwood 70/1
Richie Ramsay 70/1
Padraig Harrington 90/1
Robert MacIntyre 90/1
David Law 125/1
Ian Poulter 125/1
Will Zalatoris 200/1
Johannes Veerman 200/1
George Coetzee 250/1
Matthieu Pavon 250/1
Justin Walters 250/1
Cormac Sharvin 250/1
Matthew Southgate 400/1
Romain Langasque 400/1
Adri Arnaus 400/1
Alvaro Quiros 400/1
Jack Senior 500/1
Marcus Armitage 500/1
Oliver Farr 500/1
Collin Morikawa 500/1
Dean Burmester 500/1
Renato Paratore 500/1
Matthew Jordan 500/1
Ross Fisher 500/1
Richard Bland 500/1
Fabrizio Zanotti 500/1


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Review & Betting Tips for the abrdn Scottish Open


Jon Rahm
Jon Rahm
James Kennedy

Tommy Fleetwood
Tommy Fleetwood
James Kennedy

Branden Grace
Branden Grace
Volvo China Open Richard Castka

Garrick Higgo
Garrick Higgo

Guido Migliozzi
Guido Migliozzi

Aaron Rai
Aaron Rai

Marcus Kinhult
Marcus Kinhult


The European Tour now moves to Scotland and the Tom Doak designed Renaissance Club in North Berwick, nestled between Muirfield and Archerfield. Tom said of the land he was given to work with “To work in Scotland is a dream for any golf architect. The property for The Renaissance Club is unexpected, with sandy soils and windy conditions, combined with a variety of woods, gentle hills and open links, will give us the chance to build a special golf course with a character all its own.”

The word tough is mentioned quite a lot when it comes to The Renaissance Club that opened for play in 2008, the club has since acquired some land from the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers to build three new holes and brings some wonderful views of the Firth of Forth.

The course is relatively flat with plenty of fairway undulations but it’s the greens and their many contours that make being in the correct section of the green very important when playing your approach shot.

The course really kicks into gear at the seventh as you head out towards the shore and the newer holes. The 8th is the hardest hole on the course with the green sitting next to one of the many drystone walls that permeate the course. Measuring 7,300 yards from the tips with lots of very long carries to reach the fairway if the wind is up this week it will be a beast of a test for the players.

TV while be showing a lot of the new holes and the pick of the bunch is the 10th which doglegs around the cliffs and offers some fantastic views. The longer hitters will be relishing this risk and reward hole, but anything left and its 3-off the tee.

For another trusted The Renaissance Club review click here

My tips to Win:

Having won two Irish Opens and arriving here as US Open Champion John Rahm 8/1 – with oddschecker – will certainly be looking to add the Scottish Open to his collection of national championships and like the US Open its another title that Seve his hero never won. Jon seems to love links golf with both his Irish Open wins coming on links courses and I am sure he will be relishing this week as his build up to the Open Championship.

Having lost in a play-off here last year Tommy Fleetwood 33/1 – with 10Bet – will be looking to go one better and his Top 20 finish at the Irish Open at the weekend – and although Mount Juliet isn’t a links course – will have certainly set him up nicely for this week. Fleetwood was the only player last year to shoot all four rounds in the 60s and he will be looking for that level of consistency this week.

Each-way tips:

With so many great options in this section I have decided to take one away from the win section and add to the each-way tips section and first up is Branden Grace 45/1 – with SportingBet – who comes into this week on the back of two Top 10 finishes, a fourth at a tough Memorial Tournament and then his seventh-place at the US Open. Branden knows links golf very well and with his low ball flight and having already won this year and coming into this week in great form, I feel he will be challenging come Sunday.

At the moment Garrick Higgo 50/1 – with UniBet – is riding on a crest of the wave and it is certainly fun to watch him especially having tipped him for all three of his wins so far on both the European and PGA Tours, so fingers crossed he and we keep that winning combination going this week.

Another player that seems to be coming into his own is Italian Guido Migliozzi 60/1 – with UniBet – who has three runner-up finishes on the European Tour, then went over to the US Open and had a fourth-place finish and followed that up with a Top 15 at the Travelers Championship. Guido opened with rounds of 66 and 65 in the first year this tournament was played at The Renaissance Club, but missed the cut here last year. It’s certainly a more confident player that arrives here this week and I expect him to be in the thick of it come Sunday.

Outside tip:

This time last year Aaron Rai 125/1 – with SpreadEx – was on a bit of a roll coming into The Scottish Open after his runner-up finish at the Irish Open and duly won the Scottish Open in a play-off. This year the Englishmen has been playing solid golf but nothing of note until his twelfth-place finish at the weekends Irish Open. Defending champions always like to put up a good defence of their title and with Aaron suddenly coming back into form and to a course where he will have a lot of positive memories of I think these are great odds.

Longer odds:

Try Marcus Kinhult 350/1 – with UniBet

As always good luck


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