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Final round
scores for the
Tenerife Open

Garrick Higgo -27
Maverick Antcliff -21
Tapio Pulkkanen -20
Niall Kearney -19
Adri Arnaus -19
Dean Burmester -19
Nicolai Højgaard -19
Andrew Johnston -19
Sebastian Heisele -18
Kalle Samooja -18
Alejandro Del Rey -18


Final round
betting odds
for the

Canary Islands
Championship

Garrick Higgo 3/5
Richard Mansell 5/1
Calum Hill 11/2
Andrew Johnston 18/1
Maverick Antcliff 22/1
Tapio Pulkkanen 45/1
Dean Burmester 45/1
Nicolai Højgaard 45/1
Robin Sciot-Siegrist 50/1
Sami Välimäki 50/1
Adri Arnaus 50/1
Louis De Jager 80/1
Zander Lombard 125/1
Kalle Samooja 125/1
Francesco Laporta 125/1
Julian Suri 125/1
Matthew Southgate 125/1
Alejandro Del Rey 150/1
Connor Syme 150/1
Richie Ramsay 250/1
Justin Harding 250/1
Eduard Rousaud 250/1
Garrick Porteous 300/1
Rhys Enoch 500/1
Alfredo Garcia-Heredia 500/1
Bernd Ritthammer 500/1
Eddie Pepperell 500/1
Aaron Cockerill 500/1
Adrian Otaegui 500/1
Scott Hend 1000/1
Matthieu Pavon 1000/1
Grant Forrest 1000/1
Paul Dunne 1000/1
Sebastian Heisele 1000/1

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Review & Betting Tips for the Canary Islands Championship

 

Garrick Higgo
Garrick Higgo
Titleist

Justin Harding
Justin Harding
Asian Tour

Sami Välimäki
Sami Välimäki
James Kennedy

Adrian Meronk
Adrian Meronk
Ping

Sebastian Garcia Rodriguez
Sebastian Garcia Rodriguez
Ping

Grant Forrest
Grant Forrest
Titleist

Alejandro Del Rey
Alejandro Del Rey
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The European tour will be staying at the Golf Costa Adeje this week for the Canary Islands Championship and here is my review of the course when I visited there a few years ago.

Well after flying from a cold UK where I was chipping ice off my windscreen I find myself on the patio outside the clubhouse at Golf Costa Adeje, enjoying a buffet lunch in shorts, polo and factor 50 sunscreen, what a difference a four hour flight makes.

After hitting a few balls into the nets and shaking off a bit of rust I am standing on the par 5 first hole. Now I do think courses that open with a par five especially when you are playing holiday golf are the way to go. This is not an overly challenging course and if you have managed to warm up properly you can get off to a flying start maybe with a birdie or better or like me after a large lunch making the green in three and taking two putts for par doesn’t put you on the back foot straight away.

As I pick my ball out of the hole and replace the flag I take a look back down the fairway and I am stunned by the view, the Atlantic Ocean is just shimmering in the background beyond the terracotta clubhouse, it's a a breathtaking sight worthy of a pause to really soak it in.

Those views hit me again as I stand on the tee of the par 5, 3rd hole, but more of those in a second because just in front of the tee is what the Spanish call a barranca and I am sure if you put your tee shot in there you will be calling it something completely different! But Barranca is a deep rock filled gully that you have to carry with your drive, fortunately there are three teeing options so you can choose the one that suits or challenges your golf game.

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My tips to Win:

I am going to stick with Garrick Higgo 12/1 – with UniBet – again this week for the third time in a row and I think he will be kicking himself with that third round 71 at last weeks Tenerife Open that basically put him out of the tournament. I am sure Garrick will take the positives from last week and his three Top 10 finishes on the spin and he will be relishing his chances of making it two wins from three starts come Sunday.

I am also going to stick with Justin Harding 20/1 – with OddsChecker – who now has a win and three Top 15 finishes from his last five starts thanks to his twelfth place finish at the weekends Tenerife Open. I am sure Justin will have already thought about how he can improve on last weeks scoring over the Golf Costa Adeje course so he can be in contention come Sunday afternoon.

After heading stateside for the WGC Workday Championship and having a break it has not taken Sami Välimäki 28/1 – with UniBet – too long to reacclimatise to the European Tour after his Top 25 finish at last weekends Tenerife Open. I am sure Sami will be disappointed with his final round 71, but that was probably down to lack of competitive golf over the last few weeks, but he will take a lot of positives from his second round 64 and I expect to see him in one of the final groups come Sunday.

Each-way tips:

Two Top 15 finishes from his last two starts and Adrian Meronk 45/1 – with SportingBet – will be in buoyant mood this week teeing up at Costa Golf Adeje again this week and after his final round 67, which followed on from two 65s to take third spot. Meronk will be looking to add the Canary Island Championship to his 57° Open de Portgual win last year.

After having two Top 15 finishes when the tour played back-to-back events in Kenya at the same venue I am going with Sebastian Garcia Rodriguez 70/1 – with OddsChecker – after his Top 10 finish on this course at last weeks Tenerife Open. I am sure Sebastian will be kicking himself that he could only manage a final round 70 and not challenge the lead, but I am sure he will feel he has unfinished business here this week.

Outside tip:

Although it didn’t matter in the context of winning the tournament or putting himself in contention I am sure Grant Forrest 110/1 – with SportingBet – will take a lot of positives from his final round 64 on Sunday at the Tenerife Open that moved him up the leaderboard thirty-eight spots, while carding six birdies and an eagle on the final hole. Grant had an outstanding amateur career and hopefully he can build on Sundays final round going into this weeks event.

Longer odds:

Try Alejandro Del Rey 150/1 – with 10Bet

As always good luck


   


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