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Final round
scores for the

Adrian Meronk -16
Matti Schmid -15
Richard Mansell -14
Louis de Jager -13
Chase Hanna -13
Jeff Winther -12
Jeong weon Ko -11
Marcel Siem -11
Thorbjørn Olesen -10
Adrian Otaegui -10
Matthieu Pavon -10
Victor Perez -10

Final round
betting odds
for the Estrella
Damm N.A.

Matti Schmid 7/4
Jeff Winther 2/1
Adrian Otaegui 9/2
Adrian Meronk 12/1
Jeong Weon Ko 22/1
Richard Mansell 22/1
Nick Bachem 25/1
Louis De Jager 50/1
Adri Arnaus 66/1
Thorbjørn Olesen 80/1
Dan Bradbury 100/1
Victor Perez 100/1
Rasmus Højgaard 150/1
Wil Besseling 150/1
Jorge Campillo 200/1
Marcel Siem 200/1
Marcus Helligkilde 200/1
Matthieu Pavon 200/1
Tapio Pulkkanen 200/1
Connor Syme 250/1
Robert MacIntyre 250/1
Jason Scrivener 300/1
Chase Hanna 500/1
Clément Sordet 500/1
Ewen Ferguson 500/1
Gavin Green 500/1
Jeremy Freiburghaus 750/1
Mike Lorenzo-Vera 750/1
Robin Sciot-Siegrist 750/1


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Review & Betting Tips for the Estrella Damm N.A. Andalucía Masters


Ryan Fox
Ryan Fox
PGA of Australia

Jordan Smith
Jordan Smith
Galvin Green

Romain Langasque
Romain Langasque
James Kennedy

Adrian Otaegui
Adrian Otaegui
Volvo China Open Richard Castka

Pablo Larrazábal
Pablo Larrazábal
BMW International Open

Nick Bachem
Nick Bachem
BMW International Open

Zander Lombard
Hurley Long
Wilson Golf

The European Tour stays in Spain but now moves south to Andalucía for the Estrella Damm N.A. Andalucía Masters which this year tees up at the Real Club de Golf Sotogrande designed by Robert Trent Jones Senior.

This was the first golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones in Europe and opened for play in 1964. The course is located close to the beachfront between the river Guadiaro and Sotogrande marina and has been voted among the top ten golf courses in Europe. "Sotogrande Old", as it is known by locals, features mature vegetation with cork, eucalyptus, pine and giant palm trees enhancing the natural beauty of the surroundings.

As you would expect being Trent Jones’s first design in Europe it is very much an American style golf course, long, tree lined fairways, with penal bunkering with the bunkers being the first in Europe to be filled with brilliant white crushed marble and of course plenty of artificial water hazards.

Another first was the Bermuda grass fairways which are wider than many surrounding courses. The greens are large with narrow entrances and subtle contours and there are lots of teeing options with the tee boxes being extremely long, Trent Jones has made the most of the natural landscape and its arid, rocky outcrops interspersed with olive groves and orchards.

In 2015 a two phased upgrade was undertaken by Roger Rulewich and David Fleury which brought back the original shape and design of the greens which had grown by up to 40% and a sub air system was installed and fairways and tees were also reconstructed.

For another trusted Real Club de Golf Sotogrande review click here

My tips to Win:

Three Top 3 finishes in his last four starts including a win and a runner-up should see Ryan Fox 14/1 – with LiveScoreBet – arriving here this week and being the man to beat.

I feel this is a big week for Jordan Smith 25/1 – with UniBet – having put himself in some great positions to win and not taking that step and getting one of those events over the line. It would be more worrying if he was still looking for his first European Tour win, but he has won twice and hopefully when he puts himself back in with a chance to win – hopefully this week, we will see him seal the deal.

It has certainly been a bit of a rollercoaster season for Romain Langasque 33/1 – with UniBet – with a runner-up and several other Top 25 finishes, with three of those coming in his last four starts. Romain fired all four rounds in the 60s at last weeks Open de España and I expect him to arrive here this week in confident mood and be right in the thick of it again come Sunday.

Each-way tips:

This weeks defending champion is Adrian Otaegui 40/1 – with UniBet – and although this weeks event is being held at a new venue, he will be looking to defend his title in style. I did tip Adrian at the weekends Open de España and while he managed a Top 30 finish he never really challenged, but I expect him to this week.

Outside tip:

With two wins already to his name it has been a good year for Pablo Larrazábal 100/1 – with LiveScoreBet – so far, although after his last win back in May he went on to miss five cuts from his next seven starts. Pablo seems to have steadied the ship over his last three starts and managed a Top 20 at the weekend and I am sure that will give him a lot of confidence coming into this week.

It has been a strange first season on the full European Tour for Nick Bachem 100/1 – with UniBet – who notched up his first win back in March and then went on a run of seven missed cuts from his next eight starts. In fact he has been missing cuts every other tournament since and only put two back-to-back finishes together over the last three weeks and then promptly missed the cut again at the weekend. When Nick has made the cut he has had a couple of Top 10 finishes and I think it could be one of those weeks again this week.

Longer odds:

Try Hurly Long 200/1 – with LiveScoreBet

As always good luck


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