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may 4th 11.29
As some of you may have gathered by some of my Tweets I have an interest in a new company which is taking up quite a bit of my time so previews will have to be brief and probably late at present.
The European Tour is in Morocco this week for the Hassan Trophy II and we return to the Dar es Salam course last used in 2010 when Rhys Davies won. I am more than happy to give the "defending champion" a crack this week. He won twice on the Challenge Tour last year to regain his card, he won at Tecina interestingly six years after he first won there, and he also won this weeks Challenge Tour event exactly a year ago £35 ew 100/1
My only other bet in what really is a weak field is Seb Gros who like Davies won twice on the lower tour in 2015 - both of those wins were in "stronger" field events for that tour. He opened up his season on this tour with a 4th at Leopard Creek but then went off the boil however his recent form has caught my eye. After four straight missed cuts he has made his last four and last week topped the all round stats - a sign that his game is in good shape £35 ew 66/1
I always look at the PGA tour and I know I said I had given up tipping on it but I can't resist a couple of small plays this week. Scott Stallings seems a big price this week considering his recent upturn in form on courses he hasn't played that well before. His form here is awful but has always entered the week playing poorly £15 ew 225/1 + £15 280 Betfair
Local player Harold Varner III I expected to be chalked up at a much lower price coming here on the back of a couple of top ten finishes. Hitting it long and scrambling well seem to be the key to this course and he is definitely long and in his last two events he has been 9th and 2nd for scrambling. He honed his game in this area on the Egolf tour winning twice fulfilling the potential that saw him win the North Carolina matchplay and strokeplay amateur events in 2011.
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