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october 19th 15.03
Nice to get another winner on board last week in South Africa - so lets hope we can keep the good run going
CIMB Classic
It's not often I can see value in short priced golfers but this week Ryan Moore appeals in a big way. He is certainly in as good shape as anyone else at the top of the market and comes to a course where he won back to back - what is there not to like? He has shown over the years that he plays the same courses well year in year out and especially at this time of year £75 ew 16/1
Alex Cejka seems like a big price to me - he fired a pair of 66's here last year to finish 17th on his course debut and if you go back far enough he obviously likes golf in Malaysia having finished 2nd and 3rd in the Malaysian Open. He has had a very consistent season and took a break after the Olympics returning to play in Macau last week so will already be acclimatised to conditions. He is well known for getting off to fast starts so I have backed him in that market as well £15 win 210 £25 top 5 25/1, £15 ew 80/1 FRL
Portugal Masters
I admit to struggling to find much for this weeks European tour event so will probably end up backing in running but a couple looked worth a bet. Adrian Otaegui has come close a couple of times to his first pro win in the past five months with a 3rd in Denmark and 2nd in Austria. He shot a solid 63 in the opening round in 2014 in the rain shortened event and a pair of 67's in 2015 so can certainly go low on the course £30 ew 150/1
Stuart Manley has a fondness for Portugal - maybe something to do with being inspired by Wales winning the World Cup of Golf at this venue. I doubt he will have a really top finish but is well worth backing in the first round leader market. In ten starts in mainland Portugal he led here on his first start in 2008 and has been MORE
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