The venue in Crans, Switzerland is among the highlights of this Tour season and the great and the good of the sport that is European has always supported the championship. Once more a range of top golfers make the trip for that which is one of the months of this year this year. That the golfers are here to acquire and getting your name to the winners list here is really a feather in the cap for any golfer. It is played at elevation and length never appears to be an advantage here. A true game is obligatory for success about here and greens in law is almost always a worthy stat to keep a watch out for. A short game that is sparkling will required if you choose to attack the course and take on the level 4s. When studying the area here even with the conservative approach scrambling is going to be a significant aspect and that’s the stat I seem to the most.
McIlroy gets the trip and never having gone here a few times with a 2nd and a 3rd place finish he must hold every chance. Lots will believe the celebrations have taken its toll along with a operation is to the horizon, however we’ve seen a much better attitude from Rory this season and it would not surprise me should he oblige. The fact that he was with all the’in laws’ on Sunday would suggest the partying might have been slightly curtailed with the trip to Switzerland the following morning. He must be right there at the mixture but with a small number of others of shooting 15 under plus perhaps it’s ideal to leave the 4/1 alone and search for a few better opportunities, convinced.
You have to go back 18 months to see this consistency and Tommy Fleetwood’s past missed cut. A couple of years back whilst he stuffed as a club you’d have thought this was unfathomable. However here we are and I think the 12/1 on offer this week is worth a punt. Although a cuts that are missed mean he does possess the record of Fitzpatrick crans sets up for Tommy. If the Fitzpatrick cost is right, that being said, I make Tommy a value bet that is enormous. There is no way in my book that Fitz must be 4 pts shorter. Last week in Sweden and fitzpatrick has fought to get over the line in recent months spurning opportunities in the BMW. He was unlucky last week using the shot that hit on the flag but the damage had already been done in the circular. His credentials about here are next to none, however I can not have him far shorter. Tommy includes two top tens here, 2nd in this years Open and two top 5s from Players Championship and the Arnold Palmer. Apart from Rory he is worth chancing at 12/1, lightyears better. With a few performances here I will stick to win on this wager.
3pts WIN T.Fleetwood 12/1
Danny Willett is enticing that week. This has been a happy hunting ground and with a few solid golf in the previous couple of months I see no reason why he won’t play again. The price is somewhat underwhelming given how powerful three are and I leave him off my list.
LEE WESTWOOD has piled a great deal of his putting woes out in the last 12 months and currently ranks 4th on excursion in Scrambling. That’s an advancement for the former world number one and I believe he is well worth chancing here this week. He won here in 1999 and it’d be fitting for a number of those tours following Ryder Cup Captains to add another one in this location that was incredible 20 years from his preceding. This year likely represents his best chance in the previous few given how he’s played although he has gone close a couple of times since also. A win in the past year at the Nedbank’s end was rather sudden however there have been a series of performances since and the dog hasn’t completed winning I would say. Open was his greatest performance since the Experts of 2016 and such solid efforts are a result of his improved game. That may simply open the door .
1.25pts each-way L.Westwood 40/1 (1/5 8)
EDDIE PEPPERELL??is a tough one to property this week, but when gets the bit between his teeth he may be tough to stop. His variant leaves a lot to be desired therefore the drift out to a price of 70/1. Following his finish at Sawgrass sooner in the season you wouldn’t have thought he would go off at this price with this event. He even made a stout defence of his British Masters a few months back also ending 2nd into Kinhult. He ranks in the top 25 and awarded so I am more than delighted to provide him a play in the chances this week his character could hit at any time.
1pt each-way E.Pepperell 66/1 (1/5 7)
Having finished 5th last time out at the Czech Pros he could figure and the very greatest performances of MATTHIAS SCHWAB have come on the tee layouts and gain his tour success. Tens of thousands in Morocco, Hong Kong and Denmark are signs his strengths lie on the tougher courses that benefit a solid game that is long. If he decide to strike the course we have worries since he ranks 2nd in scrambling this year on the tour. He’s a hot gift and expected to get off the mark over the next while and a tasty enough wager for me .
0.75pt each-way M.Schwab 90/1 (1/5 8)
NACHO ELVIRA??may be another worth chancing . The Spaniard has been engaged this season at the business end. Campillo also he finished 3rd and earlier in the year Elvira went close double in Malaysia and Qatar finishing runner up in the two occasions. He’s demonstrated a likeness for the tracks, most especially in Morocco where he had been a whilst. He finished 4th in Crans and seems a playful guy that was enough for somebody who has completed this year at 150/1.
0.75pt each-way N.Elvira 150/1 (1/5 8)

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