logo,  golf, betting, uspga, european tour, golf equipment, golf holidays, golf destinations, golf  
Latest Scores & Betting Odds

Final round
scores from
the British

Richard Bland -13
Won in Play-off

Guido Migliozzi -13
Mikko Korhonen -12
Dave Coupland -12
Adrian Meronk -12
Andy Sullivan -11
Dean Burmester -11
Robert MacIntyre -10
Calum Hill -10
Edoardo Molinari -10

Final round
betting odds
for the
British Masters

Robert MacIntyre 4/1
Eddie Pepperell 9/2
Dean Burmester 8/1
Calum Hill 17/2
Guido Migliozzi 10/1
Adrian Meronk 11/1
Edoardo Molinari 12/1
Andy Sullivan 14/1
Matthias Schwab 14/1
Justin Harding 16/1
Danny Willett 25/1
Jordan Smith 50/1
Mikko Korhonen 50/1
Dave Coupland 50/1
Richard Bland 80/1
Andrew Johnston 80/1
Chris Wood 100/1
Louis De Jager 125/1
Sam Horsfield 125/1
Ashun Wu 150/1
Julien Guerrier 200/1
Pep Angles 200/1
Clemént Sordet 250/1
Adri Arnaus 250/1
Tapio Pulkkanen 300/1
Min Woo Lee 300/1
Bernd Wiesberger 300/1
Laurie Canter 300/1
Thomas Detry 400/1
Aaron Cockerill 400/1
Johannes Veerman 400/1
James Morrison 500/1
Joël Stalter 750/1
Robin Sciot-Siegrist 750/1
Ashley Chesters 750/1
Richard Mansell 750/1
Jamie Donaldson 750/1
Alexander Björk 750/1
Raphaël Jacquelin 750/1
Alejandro Cañizares 750/1
Adrian Otaegui 750/1
Søren Kjeldsen 750/1
Thomas Bjørn 750/1
Alexander Levy 750/1


Golf Monthly is the market leading golfing magazine in the UK. It's a lively and welcoming read that is targeted at good golfers who are regular players - and keen to get even better.

With over 100 years of heritage and authority behind it, it represents the real 'voice of golf' with leading columnists, top players and unrivalled coverage of equipment and instruction.

Download Golf Monthly

Golf Monthly magazine cover





Review & Betting Tips for the Betfred British Masters


Bernd Wiesberger
Bernd Wiesberger
Cyrille Bertin

Justin Harding
Rasmus Højgaard
Heritage Resorts

Sam Horsfield
Sam Horsfield
Volvo China Open
Richard Castka Sportpixgolf

Andy Sullivan
Andy Sullivan

Calum Hill
Calum Hill

Marcus Armitage
Marcus Armitage
Marcus Armitage

Grant Forrest
Grant Forrest


The European Tour now moves from Spain to the UK to the venue that basically changed the history of the modern-day Ryder Cup matches. The Brabazon course has hosted four Ryder Cups and Europe has won two, halved one and lost one and is a firm favourite for European spectators, but it was the 1985 matches here when Europe finally turned the tide of American domination in the biannual event.

The Brabazon opened for play in 1977 with a match between Seve Ballesteros and Johnny Miller against Tony Jacklin and Brian Barnes and how poetic that it was Seve and Jacklin who played that opening match as they would go on to become entwined in the Belfry’s history.

The course was designed by Peter Alliss and Dave Thomas who were given an unremarkable piece of farmland, which required significant sculpting to turn it into a golf course and it’s also its downfall as when it rains it can turn back into a bit of farmland becoming very muddy and boggy in places. In the late 90s Dave Thomas was commissioned to give the course a £2.7m makeover to try and help solve some of those problems and it has helped, but unfortunately not totally solved them. There is now more water on The Brabazon than just about any other inland course in the UK.

The memorable holes are of course the 10th and 18th holes, the 10th being a risk and reward par 4 with the green being protected by water and who can forget Seve driving that green and of course Christy O’Connors 2-iron into the heart of the triple-tiered 18th green to win the 1985 Ryder Cup matches.


For another trusted Brabazon course review click here

My tips to Win:

Going into the third round of The Masters Bernd Wiesberger 20/1 – with OddsChecker – was sitting in the runner-up spot and then rounds of 74,78 see him crash out of contention. I am not sure if it was scheduled but Bernd hasn’t played since that event and maybe he has taken time out to work on his game and what happened. Last years ISPS Handa UK Championship was held at the Belfry where Wiesberger finished in the Top 5 firing a final round 65, so I am sure he will feel at home here this week and challenging come Sunday

After a Top 5 finish at the Gran Canaria Lopesan Open I was surprised that Sam Horsfield 25/1 – with UniBet – went back stateside to play at the Valspar Championship even though it is a course he knows, I personally feel he may have been better off without that long haul flight to miss the cut and stayed in Europe. Having said that I believe Sam will be back in the thick of it at the Belfry come Sunday afternoon.

He may not be the defending champion of this title, but Rasmus Højgaard 25/1 – with BetFred – is certainly the defending champion of the last European Tour event to have been played at the Belfry which was last years ISPS Handa UK Championship where a final round 65 see him get into the play-off with Justin Walters. Since then Rasmus has been playing between both the European and PGA Tours with not much success on the PGA Tour, but he does have four Top 25 finishes from his six starts on the European Tour including two Top 10s.

Each-way tips:

Only born down the road in Nuneaton Andy Sullivan 40/1 – with UniBet – will certainly know the Brabazon course well and had a Top 10 finish here at last years UK Championship. I am sure it has not been the year that Andy was expecting after playing so well last year when he had a win, a runner-up and two other Top 5 finishes after the restart. I think being back in the UK and especially at the Belfry could be the boost Sullivan needs right now.

With four Top 15 finishes from his eight starts so far this year and two of those being Top 5 finishes Calum Hill 40/1 – with PaddyPower – should come into this week in buoyant mood. I am sure he will be disappointed with his final round 71 at last weeks Canary Islands Championship especially after a pair of opening rounds of 65s, but what that did show is Calum is ready and he will take a lot of confidence when he arrives here from his Top 10 finish at last years UK Championship.

Outside tip:

Another player that finished inside the Top 10 at last years UK Championship at The Belfry was Marcus Armitage 70/1 – with SportingBet – who has two Top 10 finishes from his last four starts, although he did miss the cut at the Canary Islands Championship at the weekend. Marcus is still waiting for his first European Tour victory, but he does know how to get it over the line when in position having won on both the EuroPro and Challenge Tours.

Longer odds:

Try Grant Forrest 150/1 – with SportingBet

As always good luck


Free: Download the 18th issue of the PGR Magazine

planetgolfreview digital magazine  issue 18 PGR Magazine

Download iBook version of issue 18 of PGR digital magazine

Download the 18th issue of planetgolfreview’s FREE digital magazine featuring;

Our world-renowned
Review & Betting Guide to the first Major Championship of the year The Masters

of destination reviews featuring Costa Rica, Trinidad and Tobago and USA

interview with Costa Rican professional José Quesada and how he helped a nation

of the 13 essentials you need to pack for any trip

of where to “Play, Stay and Spa” taking you to Morocco and Argentina

for those of you looking to buy new equipment and apparel, we bring you the latest offerings from Callaway, Duca del Cosma and TaylorMade

All this for FREE and we don’t even want your email address

Click here to download PDF Version for Windows and Android

2020 Free Golf Betting Tips Click Here

2019 Free Golf Betting Tips Click Here

2018 Free Golf Betting Tips Click Here

2017 Free Golf Betting Tips Click Here

2016 Free Golf Betting Tips Click Here

2015 Free Golf Betting Tips Click Here

2014 Free Golf Betting Tips Click Here

2013 Free Golf Betting Tips Click Here

2012 Free Golf Betting Tips Click Here

2011 Free Golf Betting Tips Click Here



Increase your website traffic with
Home Page | News & Betting guides | Equipment Reviews | Destination Reviews | Hotel & Spa's | About us
Issue Folder