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Final round
scores for the
Tenerife Open

Dean Burmester -25
Nicolai Von Dellingshausen -20
Adrian Meronk -19
Kalle Samooja -19
John Catlin -18
Yikeun Chang -17
Pedro Oriol -17
Adri Arnaus -16
Sebastian Garcia Rodriguez -16
Scott Hend -16
Garrick Higgo -16


Final round
betting odds
for the

Tenerife Open

Kalle Samooja 5/2
Dean Burmester 4/1
Nicolai Von Dellingshausen 9/2
Adrian Meronk 10/1
Garrick Higgo 11/1
John Catlin 16/1
Sebastian Garcia Rodriguez 16/1
Sean Crocker 22/1
Yikeun Chang 30/1
Justin Harding 66/1
Alfredo Garcia-Heredia 70/1
Jonathan Caldwell 70/1
Sihwan Kim 90/1
Eduard Rousaud 90/1
Alexander Björk 100/1
Scott Jamieson 100/1
Masahiro Kawamura 100/1
Louis De Jager 150/1
Laurie Canter 150/1
Edoardo Molinari 150/1
Scott Hend 150/1
Adri Arnaus 200/1
Pep Angles 250/1
Jordan Smith 250/1
Paul Waring 250/1
Thorbjørn Olesen 400/1
Guido Migliozzi 400/1
Francesco Laporta 400/1
Nino Bertasio 750/1

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Review & Betting Tips for the Tenerife Open

 

Matthias Schwab
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Garrick Higgo
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Maximillian Kieffer
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Justin Harding
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Alejandro Del Rey
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Well after flying from a cold UK where I was chipping ice off my windscreen I find myself on the patio outside the clubhouse at Golf Costa Adeje, enjoying a buffet lunch in shorts, polo and factor 50 sunscreen, what a difference a four hour flight makes.

After hitting a few balls into the nets and shaking off a bit of rust I am standing on the par 5 first hole. Now I do think courses that open with a par five especially when you are playing holiday golf are the way to go. This is not an overly challenging course and if you have managed to warm up properly you can get off to a flying start maybe with a birdie or better or like me after a large lunch making the green in three and taking two putts for par doesn’t put you on the back foot straight away.

As I pick my ball out of the hole and replace the flag I take a look back down the fairway and I am stunned by the view, the Atlantic Ocean is just shimmering in the background beyond the terracotta clubhouse, it's a a breathtaking sight worthy of a pause to really soak it in.

Those views hit me again as I stand on the tee of the par 5, 3rd hole, but more of those in a second because just in front of the tee is what the Spanish call a barranca and I am sure if you put your tee shot in there you will be calling it something completely different! But Barranca is a deep rock filled gully that you have to carry with your drive, fortunately there are three teeing options so you can choose the one that suits or challenges your golf game.

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My tips to Win:

Three Top 10 finishes from his last three starts shows Matthias Schwab 18/1 with SkyBet is in great form coming into this week, in fact Matthias has only been outside the Top 25 three times from his eight starts on the European Tour this year and with that record it is only going to be a matter of time before the Austrian notches up his first European Tour win.

I am going to stick with Garrick Higgo 20/1 with SportingBet again this week after tipping him as one of our each-way tips at 40/1 last week. As you can see his odds have been cut dramatically for this weeks event, but if anyone is going to go back-to-back wins I think this lad has the temperament and golf game to achieve that.

A win and two Top 15 in his last four starts shows Justin Harding 30/1 with BetFred golf game is in great shape and I think we can forgive the South African a missed cut at the Austrian Open which was played in Siberian like temperatures with some of the players reverting to heated clothing! Now the European Tour is back playing in the glorious sunshine of the Canaria Islands I expect Justin to be challenging again this week.

Each-way tips:

Two runner-up finishes in the last weeks Maximilian Kieffer 33/1 with UniBet must be wondering what he has got to do to win on the European Tour. I must admit I have been wanting Maximillian to win ever since he came on tour, I think his name alone deserves to be engraved on a trophy somewhere. On a more series note Kieffer has obviously unlocked something in his golf game to give him more consistency and consistency will only breed confidence and that is what really separates the great players from the rest.

After turning professional in 2012 Jeff Winther 45/1 with WilliamHill is still waiting for his first European Tour victory, but it seems the ex greenkeeper is another player that has unlocked some consistency in his golf game this year, with his highest finish from his five starts this being thirty-third at the Saudi International. But for me the reason I am tipping him this week is because of his 62, 64 finish in Gran Canaria, that will give him belief that what he has been working on is paying off.

Outside tip:

Another player that seems to be quietly going about his business is Pep Angles 100/1 with SportingBet an eighth-place finish at the Magical Kenya Open and a couple of other solid performances should see him come into this week in confident mood. Pep won on home soil last year on the Challenge Tour and a Top 30 in Gran Canaria at the weekend shows he in not overawed playing on home soil.

Longer odds:

Try Alejandro Del Rey 175/1 with 888Sport

As always good luck


   


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