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Final round
scores from the
Open de Espana

Rafa Cabrera Bello -19
Won in Play-off

Adri Arnaus -19
Grant Forrest -17
Shubhankar Sharma -17
Julien Guerrier -17
Wilco Nienaber -16
Wil Besseling -16
Jack Senior -16
Renato Paratore -15
Marc Warren -15
Richard Bland -15

Final round
betting odds
for the
Acciona
Open de Espana

Rafa Cabrera Bello 11/10
Adri Arnaus 3/1
Julien Guerrier 8/1
Jack Senior 12/1
Jon Rahm 12/1
Alexander Levy 33/1
Richard Bland 33/1
Shubhankar Sharma 40/1
Wil Besseling 45/1
David Puig 50/1
Matthew Jordan 80/1
Grant Forrest 100/1
Lucas Bjerregaard 125/1
David Drysdale 150/1
Adrian Otaegui 150/1
Marc Warren 150/1
Ryan Fox 150/1
Santiago Tarrio 150/1
Jamie Donaldson 150/1
Pablo Larrazábal 200/1
Ross McGowan 200/1
David Horsey 250/1
Bernd Wiesberger 250/1
Adrian Meronk 300/1
George Coetzee 300/1
Mikko Korhonen 300/1
Joachim B. Hansen 300/1
Renato Paratore 500/1
Mike Lorenzo-Vera 750/1
Edoardo Molinari 750/1
Alvaro Quiros 750/1
Victor Dubuisson 750/1
Scott Jamieson 750/1

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Review & Betting Tips for the Acciona Open de España

 

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The tour now moves back to mainland Europe and the fantastic facilities at the Club de Campo Villa de Madrid's Negro course for the Open de España. Sitting on the outskirts of Madrid the original club was founded in 1930 with a Tom Simpson and Philip McKenzie Ross design, which was damaged during the Spanish Civil War.

The club reopened in 1952, a nine-hole course which featured seven holes from an earlier Javier Arana design. It took another four years before Javier designed a new nine-holes and remodelled the existing nine and in 1962 the club decided to expand and Arana was commissioned to design another nine-holes, which required rerouting of the existing course with the 15th and 18th holes becoming the 7th and 9th.

In 1993 three times Open Champion Seve Ballesteros was commissioned to design another 9-holes completing the Amarillo course – In a fitting tribute three years later Seve would go on to notch up his 50th European Tour Victory in the Open de España, which was held at the Club de Campo facility.

This week Club de Campo will be hosting its ninth Open de España and has also hosted fourteen Madrid Opens. The course sits on top of the Cerro de Aguila hill and makes full use of the terrain and its spectacular views over Madrid. The course is tree-lined and uses the typograpy to slowly move players down from the clubhouse to the Manzanares planes and using the 8th and 9th – which is a par 3 par played over a gorge – to come back to the clubhouse, this is achieved by the 14th and 15th holes on the back nine.



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My tips to Win:

No real surprise that the bookies favourite and our main tip to win this week is world number one Jon Rahm 13/5 – with OddsChecker – who is the defending champion this week and going for three Open de Espana victories in a row. If he succeeds Jon will be the first player since another Spaniard Ángel de la Torre to achieve this, when he won the event three times in a row and took the runner-up spot in his attempt to make it four in a row from 1916-1919

I do feel Bernd Wiesberger 18/1 – with UniBet – was slightly unfortunate to walk about with a 0-3-0 record from the three matches he played in at the Ryder Cup and after a weeks rest I am sure he will be looking forward to playing stroke-play golf again. Lets not forget that Bernd has had a win, a runner-up and two other Top 6s so far this year and I expect him to challenge this week.

I am going to stick with Calum Hill 33/1 – with SportNation – again this week after tipping him at the Dunhill Links Championship where he got off to a bad start but recovered well to make it into the Top 20. Calum had his first European Tour win earlier in the year and has another six Top 10s so and Hill had a Top 20 finish over this course last year firing a third round 65.

Each-way tips:

I am presuming it has been a slightly frustrating year for Guido Migliozzi 40/1 – with UniBet – who after winning twice in 2019, has come so close to adding to those victories with three runner-up finishes so far this year, two of which came back-to-back, he then followed that up with a fourth place finish at the US Open. Since then there has only been one Top 10 finish, but a Top 20 place at the Dunhill Links Championship should see him arrive this week in confident mood.

Another player that seems to have gained a lot of confidence from his win at the Italian Open is Nicolai Højgaard 50/1 – with 10Bet – who has followed up that result with two Top 20 finishes. Now those results may not seem that impressive, but most first time winners tend to slump for a couple of events, but Nicolai has carried on challenging and although he missed the cut here last year I expect him to be in the thick of it come Sunday.

Outside tip:

Very surprised to see Santiago Tarrio 80/1 – with UniBet – this far down the betting odds, so prepare for them to change very rapidly as people beginning to back him at this price. We have tipped Santiago a couple of times this year after his rise from the Challenge Tour where he won twice and had five other Top 6 finishes, then moved over to play the Hero Open on the European Tour and took third place. He has not challenged on the European Tour in his last two events but playing in Spain in front of home support, this could just lift him back to playing his best golf again.

Longer odds tip:

Try Alejandro Cañizares 125/1 – with UniBet
or Jeff Winther 125/1– with 10Bet

As always good luck



   


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