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Calum Hill -16
Alexander Levy -15
Richard Bland -14
Jamie Donaldson -14
Rasmus Højgaard -14
Callum Shinkwin -14
Lars Van Meijel -13
Kalle Samooja -12
Ben Evans -11
Richie Ramsay -11
Shubhankar Sharma -11
Jordan Smith -11

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the
Cazoo Classic

Rasmus Højgaard 10/13
Jordan Smith 11/2
Calum Hill 7/1
Richard Bland 16/1
Dale Whitnell 20/1
Victor Perez 25/1
Richie Ramsay 33/1
Jamie Donaldson 40/1
Bernd Wiesberger 40/1
Andy Sullivan 45/1
Ryan Fox 50/1
David Drysdale 60/1
Callum Shinkwin 70/1
Lars Van Meijel 80/1
James Morrison 80/1
Marcel Siem 90/1
Ashley Chesters 100/1
Daniel Van Tonder 150/1
Shubhankar Sharma 200/1
Alexander Levy 200/1
David Horsey 250/1
Niall Kearney 250/1
Kalle Samooja 300/1
Daniel Young 300/1
Jorge Campillo 300/1
Joachim B. Hansen 300/1
Lucas Bjerregaard 300/1
Maverick Antcliff 500/1
Maximilian Kieffer 500/1
Bryden Macpherson 500/1
Ben Evans 750/1
Yikeun Chang 750/1
Sihwan Kim 750/1

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Review & Betting Tips for the Cazoo Classic

 

Masahiro Kawamura
Masahiro Kawamura
Asian Tour

Jordan Smith
Jordan Smith
Volvo China Open
Richard Castka Sportpixgolf.com

Vincent Norrman
Vincent Norrman
James Kennedy

Mikko Korhonen
Mikko Korhonen
Volvo China Open
Richard Castka Sportpixgolf.com

Chase Hanna
Chase Hanna
James Kennedy

Lucas Bjerregaard
Lucas Bjerregaard
James Kennedy

Robin Sciot-Siegrist
Robin Sciot-Siegrist
Callaway

 

Day two and yes of course I had to have another bacon sandwich. They’re not stingy on the bacon here at the London Club and the fresh granary bread makes it a perfect start to your day’s golf. Again, I take full advantage of the practice facilities and am raring to go as I hit the first tee. It has been a while since I have played the Heritage course and I am buzzing to get underway. Like yesterday the wind is up again, but thankfully this time no rain. I crash my drive down the fairway and the wind takes it a little leaving me just on the edge of the fairway. Because it has pushed my ball left putting me out of position I miss the green with my approach shot but manage an up and down par.

If you are a player that likes to manoeuvre your ball you will enjoy the Heritage. The 2nd hole sees four bunkers sitting on the right and left of the fairway and your drive needs to be aimed at the far bunkers with a slight draw and with today’s wind blowing from right to left it helps me place my ball in the middle of the fairway.

The first of the par 3s arrives at the 3rd and at 194-yards – there are four teeing options again on this course – is played from an elevated tee with water protecting the left-hand side with large bunkers at the front and back. The par 3s have a variety of elevations, with the 7th played over water and the 11th played from some wonderful elevated tees. Water also comes into play on the par 5, 6th that is a fantastic risk and reward hole with the green playing diagonally across you so giving you very little room to stop your ball if you decided to go for the eagle chance.

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My tips to Win:

I will be sticking with a few of my picks from last week and the first of those is Masahiro Kawamura 25/1 – with SportNation – who got off to a poor start at the Hero Open suffering in the bad weather when he shot an opening round 73, but he recovered well to just miss out on the Top 15 and with the weather set to be a lot better in Kent this week I think we will see Masahiro back challenging again this week.

The second player I will be sticking with is Jordan Smith 33/1 – with UniBet – who put his final day World Invitational wows behind him to go into the final round at the Hero Open inside the Top 10, but instead of challenging he tumbled down the leaderboard fifteen-places to just scrape inside the Top 25. The reason I am sticking with Jordan is because he is playing some great golf and I feel if he can get under par on his final round this week he will be right in the thick of it again at the London Club.

Turning professional after a Top 15 at the Scandinavian Mixed Sweden’s Vincent Norrman 33/1 – with UniBet – announced himself onto the pro ranks with a Top 5 at the BMW International Open and has since gone on to notch up two more Top 11 finishes from his three other starts. Vincent didn’t play last week taking a rest after the World Invitational and the way he is playing at the moment I expect him to be in one of the final pairings again come Sunday.

Each-way tips:

Two third-place finishes in his last six starts and another Top 10 and Mikko Korhonen 33/1 – with MansionBet – should come into this week full of confidence after a couple of weeks rest, his last outing was the Cazoo Open in Wales where he opened and closed with a pair of 66s. We tipped Mikko for his last victory at the Volvo China Open back in 2019 and I think he could add to his win tally here this week.

Like Santiago Tarrio who we tipped last week at the Hero Open Chase Hanna 50/1 – with UniBet – has been lighting up the Challenge Tour this year and has a runner-up, a third-place finish and three other Top 10 finishes and has stepped over to the main European tour and has had two sixth-place finishes from his first two starts. To say he will be in buoyant mood this week would be a slight understatement.

Outside tip:

The final tip from last week that I am going to stick with this week is Lucas Bjerregaard 125/1 – with UniBet – who despite having a final round 73 at the Hero Open managed to stay inside the Top 10 and Lucas will take a lot of confidence from that after leading the tournament going into day three. It has taken a while for Bjerregaard to find his feet again after trying his luck on the PGA Tour, but that should also tell you how good a player he is that he had the confidence to believe he could make it out there.

Longer odds:

Try Robin Sciot-Siegrist 250/1 – with BetFred

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