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Nicolai Højgaard Golf
The European Tour now moves back to Ireland for the ISPS HANDA World Invitational at Galgorm Castle a course that I have had the pleasure of playing a few times now and once in the Northern Ireland Open ProAM an event that is played annually on the Challenge Tour, but also held the Irish Open last year.
Galgorm Castle is a course that has matured well with age, unfortunately the weather today isn’t as nice as yesterday but I crash my driver down the fairway on this 437-yard dogleg right hole it is certainly a testing opener for both amateurs and professionals. The 2nd is another dogleg right played to a long thin green.
Water comes into play on the next three holes, but is more apparent on the 4th where you play over the water with your tee shot with water running down both sides of the fairway and comes into play again protecting the front of the green as you play your approach shot. It may only be 323-yards but it can certainly ruin a scorecard if you take it too lightly.
The 5th is the first of the par 3s on the front nine and again is played over a stream to a green that is protected by two bunkers. The other par 3 on this nine comes at the 7th and again water comes into play and anything short and right will be wet, the stonewall behind the pond gives the hole a visual appeal.
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My tips to Win:
As far as I am aware Andy Sullivan 10/1 – with 888Sport – has never played at Galgorm Castle in a professional event so this will be his first appearance and I have the feeling the course may suit his game. Andy comes into this week after a rest and just missing out on a Top 25 finish at The Open. Sullivan has only really challenged twice this year with a fifth-place at the BMW International Open and a sixth-place finish at the British Masters and after a five year gap between wins last year he will certainly not want to get another win asap.
I am going to stick with Justin Harding 11/1 – with 888Sport – again this week after he just missed out in the play-off at the Cazoo Open, but played some great golf in that final round shooting a 65 following his 66 in the third round to force his way into the reckoning. Justin seems to be a man on a mission at the moment and that was his ninth Top 25 finish, which includes a win and two Top 5s and after his eleventh-place finish here last year in the Irish Open he will certainly fancy his chances this week.
Another player I am going to stick with from last weeks Cazoo Open is John Catlin 28/1 – with SportingIndex – who won the Irish Open here last year firing a final round 64, so he will have a lot of positive memories to draw on when he arrives here this week. John had a bit of a stop/start tournament last week, getting off to a good start but couldn’t quite build on his open and third round 68s, but I think he will be right in the mix come Sunday.
Calum Hill 30/1 – with UniBet – will want to bounce back quickly from his final round horror show at the Cazoo Open after starting the final round in the Top 10 he shot a final round 79 that seem him fall through the trap door fifty-two places, so not only did he not challenge but lost an awful lot of money and a tough lesson to learn. The good news for the Scot is he is coming back to a course where he won the Northern Ireland Open firing all four rounds in the 60s and topped it off with a final round 64.
The year Calum won here Wil Besseling 33/1 – with OddsChecker – had a Top 10 finish, he also had a sixth-place finish the year before, but didn’t play in the Irish Open that was held here last year. Wil comes into this week on the back of four Top 20s from his last six starts and is in solid form and with the field this week and having played well here before I am sure he will fancy his chances this week.
This will also be Nicolai Hojgaard 80/1 – with UniBet – first time playing at Galgorm Castle although he has played in Northern Ireland before so the country is not unfamiliar to him. I felt Nicolai was the best pick in this bracket after his Top 14 finish at last weeks Cazoo Open and has had a couple of Top 10 finishes earlier this year. With his brother Rasmus winning so early in his career it has put some added pressure on Nicolai, but he has started to play some consistent golf he just needs one week when he can shoot all four rounds in the red or the other option is to be in a field like this weeks.
Longer odds tips:
Try Clément Sordet 150/1 – with BoyleSport
As always good luck
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