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After its seven week stint in the UK and Ireland the European Tour moves back to mainland Europe and pitches up at the Albatross golf resort in the Czech Republic for this week's D+D Real Czech Masters, the course is situated in the Vysoky Ujezd on the outskirts of Prague and not far from the international airport Ruzyne.
The course was designed by Keith Preston and opened for play in 2010 and has hosted the Prague Golf Masters, a Ladies European Tour event, where the course won much praise for its condition. One of the big surprises is how gentle the first few opening holes are for a European Tour venue.
For example, the 3rd is a par 3 without any hazards and has only a sloping green for defence. Indeed, there are no really fierce tests here until you get to the water-strewn final three holes. The Albatross Golf Resort was rated the best course in the Czech Republic by Golf Digest.
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My tips to Win:
It has been a strange year for Sam Horsfield 11/1 with MansionBet who comes into this week with eight Top 25 finishes from his twelve starts on the European Tour of which three are Top 5 finishes, I am surprised Sam hasnt already won this year on the European Tour and I think trying to compete on both the European and PGA Tours maybe hindering his progress. Having said that Sam had a Top 5 finish the last time this event was played back in 2019 and I expect him to be in one of the final pairings again come Sunday.
Three Top 16 finishes from his last four starts two of which have been Top 5 Callum Shinkwin 22/1 with SportingIndex should come into this week in buoyant mood, specially with his final round 66 at the Cazoo Classic that see him move up the leaderboard eight-places. Callum managed to record his first win at last years Cyprus Open and will be looking to build on that.
Coming into this week on the back of a win on the Sunshine Tour is George Coetzee 25/1 with UniBet who should be in confident mood. George has only teed it up ten times on the European Tour this season and one of those was a co-sanction challenge Tour event, but he has managed to notch up five Top 26 finishes. Coetzee has only played in this event once and missed the cut, but I think he will be challenging this week.
The last time this event was played here Hugo Leon 33/1 with SportNation had a Top 5 finish after opening with a 66, it was Hugos second time teeing it up in this event after missing the cut the year before. Leon comes into this week on the back of four Top 16 finishes from his last four starts, three on the European Tour and a runner-up finish on the Challenge Tour and with his game in great shape and those positive memories of the last time he played here I think these are good odds for the lad from Chile.
After two-third place finishes from three starts Adrian Meronk 50/1 with BetVictor went off the boil and has played some solid golf but has not really challenged again since May, but after a couple of missed cuts he played some good golf at the Scottish Open pulling himself back into the tournament after an opening round 75, with a 66, which he followed up with two other under par rounds. Adrian has played in this event three times finishing in the Top 10 the last time the tournament was played and with this field I think he can do well this week.
A past winner of this event when it was a Challenge Tour tournament is Rhys Enoch 125/1 with 10Bet who comes into this week on the back of a Top 15 finish at the Cazoo Classic where he shot a second round 65.
Try Ben Evans 200/1 with SportingIndex
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