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The European Tour stays on mainland Europe moving to Germany for the Porsche European Open at the Green Eagle Golf Courses in Hamburg, but with the UK being put on the COVID Red List in Germany the tournament will now take place over 54 holes and be played from Saturday June 5 to Monday June 7.
This meant a third of the scheduled 156-player field, along with a similar number of caddies and a significant number of European Tour Productions and European Tour staff, would have been unable to enter Germany without observing a mandatory quarantine period if they had not been outside the UK for a minimum of ten days.
Moving the starting date of the Porsche European Open back two days to Saturday June 5 allows the vast majority of those people affected to spend that requisite time outside of the United Kingdom both during and after last weeks Made in Himmerland tournament in Denmark, before crossing the border into Germany Friday. On a more positive note the German authorities have allowed 2k general ticket sales for each day of the tournament.
The 7,582-yard North Course is one of the longest on the European Tour and takes up an impressive 86 hectares of the complex and opened for play in 2008.
The complex was the brainchild of Michael Blesch and Ralf Lühmann back in 1997. Blesch designed the courses and the championship North Course incorporates water on nearly every hole, with some spectacular bunkering and natural amphitheatres. Green Eagle previously played host to the ECCO Tour Championship on the European Challenge Tour in 2010.
My tips to Win:
With the cancellation of this tournament last year, this weeks defending champions will be Paul Casey 6/1 with 10Bet who won this event back in 2019 he also had a Top 10 over the Green Eagle course the year before where a final round 73 see him drop out of the Top 5 and challenging for the win. Paul comes into this week on the back of his Top 5 finish at the PGA Championship his third on the PGA Tour this year and with his win earlier in the year on the European Tour and I feel he is the man to beat this week.
Having said that one man who I feel will be pushing Casey close this week is Bernd Wiesberger 16/1 with VBet who comes into this week on the back of his commanding five shot victory at the Made In HimmerLand tournament. I dont normally go for back-to-back winners as there is so much mental and physical drain that goes into a win, but given Bernd had a Top 5 finish here the year Paul won firing a final round 64 he will have a lot of positive memories when he arrives and that could sustain him come Sunday.
Having only been outside the Top 11 once in his last six starts Matthias Schwab 20/1 with SportingIndex first European Tour victory cant be that far away. Matthias had a runner-up finish here in 2019 and a Top 10 finish the year before and only for a final round 75 that see him drop out of the Top 5 instead of going on to challenge, so will have positive memories of that when he arrives in Hamburg. Schwab sits in eleventh place on the Ryder Cup rankings and he knows a win will push him right into the reckoning and I expect to see him in the thick of the battle again this week.
It seems players that I dismissed last week because of their journey back from the US after the PGA Championship performed quite well instead of suffering with jetlag as I thought would happen. One of those was Jason Scrivener 40/1 with SportingBet who had a Top 25 finish at the PGA Championship and followed that up with a third place finish at the Made In HimmerLand and actually got stronger during the tournament culminating in two final rounds of 66. Jason had a runner-up finish earlier this year in Abu Dhabi and it seems he has rediscovered something in his game again over the last couple of weeks.
Sunday was the perfect timing for Jordan Smith 45/1 with VBet to shoot a final round 65 at the Made In HimmerLand tournament and arrive in Hamburg home of his only European Tour victory to date. Jordan won this event back in 2017 when it moved to the Green Eagle course and although he has had and up and down season he seems to have found something over the last couple of weeks, which has resulted in a Top 20 finish at the British Masters and a third place finish at the weekend and coming back here could just be the extra confidence boost he needs.
It seems not winning one of the events that Maximilian Kieffer 100/1 with VBet had back-to-back runner-up finishes at back in April really affected him as he has not made a cut since let alone challenge, but there were some positive signs on Friday when he shot his first under par round since his final round 62 at the Gran Canaria Lopesan Open. That positive and being back on home soil may just be that extra boost he needs to challenge again.
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