Some great tournaments this week including the KLM Open where some of Europe’s best gather for more Race To Dubai points. Last weekend we made a profit picking Rory in The Deutsche and cane close with the selections in Switzerland. Some cracking picks this week where it’s an open event and some big potential odds can come in for our expert golf tipster.
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The weekend winner in Switzerland, Swede Alex Noren has claimed he’s in the best form of his life, and it’s hard to argue after his play off victory on Sunday. Early season he came back from injury and hasn’t looked back since, contending nearly every tournament he enters. He’s now a career high world ranking within the top 30 and can count himself a little unlucky the Ryder Cup isn’t a few weeks later in the year. He’s the best player in the field alongside big hitting Pieters and at 11/1 is well worth a bet to take back to back titles.
The huge hitting Belgium is having another consistent season and is finishing off in good form. Last week in The Omega Masters he was playing nice golf and would have placed but for a poor third round. He’s only missed one cut in the last few months and that was at the PGA so he can be forgiven for that. He’s yet to win this season and his time is just around the corner, so if he keeps the ball straight he has great chances this week at very nice odds.
The Aussie sprung back to form in Switzerland just getting touched off by the brilliant Alex Noren in a play off on Sunday afternoon. He played great all week and is very much a form player, showing form in two or three week spurts. I can’t quite believe how good his odds of 50/1 are and it’s a no brainer to have a few quid on the flamboyant antipodean.
The young Chinese man has had a pretty good season with a huge win in the China Open early in the year. He looked good in Switzerland at the weekend and had plenty of birdie chances that he just was rewarded with. Consistent through four rounds at 100/1 he’s a good outside bet to be amongst the big boys come Sunday again.
I really like the look of Oliver Fisher’s chances this week. He finished strongly in Cran-Sur-Sierre with a cracking 63 to put him in the top twenty and has shown great experience since getting to the semi final of the Paul Lawrie match play which seemed to finally kick start his season. He has a good record at The KLM which will only help to elevate him towards the company everyone expected him to be in early in his career.
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