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The European Tour now moves to Kenya and the second editor of the Magical Kenya Open after getting moved up from the Challenge Tour to the full European Tour status.
Karen CC is full of history and located next to Karen Blixen’s (Out of Africa author) house which is now a museum dedicated to the Danish author. The Karen Country Club was founded in 1937 and is known as Kenya’s prettiest golf courses and prides itself as being one of the oldest golf clubs in Kenya.
Large parts of the 18-hole course were built on the former coffee estate developed by the author and the shade trees from her coffee plantation still dominate parts of the golf course.
The Ngong hills are a backdrop to the course that has a rich variety of trees, indigenous forest and flouring shrubs and fauna, with the wetlands being a distinct environmental feature and are home to thousands of birds. The course measures 6,900 yards from the tips with a par of 71.
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A Top 20 finish the last time this event was played back in 2019 firing a second round 66 should see George Coetzee 28/1 with BetFred looking forward to getting back on track this week. George missed the cut at the Qatar Masters at the weekend after starting well but like a lot of players just got completely blown away by the howling winds, but I have a feeling that opening round of 67 in Doha is more reflective of where his game is really at.
This weeks defending champion is Guido Migliori 28/1 with 10Bet who had a runner-up finish at last weeks Qatar Masters firing a final round 65 so will be coming into this week in confident mood. The COVID lockdown seemed to have took the wind out of Guidos sails after a Top 5 finish at the Oman Open he never really got going when the restart came, with his best finish being a sixth-place at the Andalusia Masters and a Top 25 at the Italian Open.
One player that did survive the winds of Doha and put in a decent challenge was Chris Paisley 30/1 with BetFred who shot three rounds under par to finish inside the Top 10. Chris has teed it up four times on the European Tour so far this season and has only been outside the Top 25 once with two Top 10s including his seventh-place finish at the Qatar Masters and I feel he will be in the thick of it again come Sunday.
Another player that got blown off course by the winds in Doha was Justin Harding 33/1 with UniBet who also missed the cut but started well with an opening round of 70. Justin had a runner-up finish here in Nairobi the last time the Kenya Open was played and I expect him to be challenging again come Sunday.
His first start of the new season and managed a Top 10 finish at this weekends Qatar Masters firing a final round 67 see Niklas Lemke 35/1 with SportingBet storm up the leaderboard on the final day. Niklas played in the inaugural Kenya Open where he will have great memories of his final round 64, which again see him climbing up the leaderboard but finishing just outside the Top 10 and I am sure those positive memories will help him when he arrives this week.
Another player that should be in buoyant mood this week is Gaganjeet Bhullar 80/1 UniBet – after he finished in the runner-up spot at last weeks Qatar Masters. Gaganjeet had a Top 5 finish in this event the last time it was played. Gaganjeet last won at the Fiji International back in 2018, but in his current form and coming back to a track he has played well on before he is worth a punt this week
Try Gavin Green 150/1 with UniBet
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