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This is a course that’s suited to the big hitters and it’s an assignment that Suri looks well equipped for. He won in the Czech Republic back on the Challenge Tour so has fond memories of the country and won his maiden European Tour victory at the Made in Denmark.
He had five months off from November after suffering from an abdominal hernia but since his return has been excellent with form figures of 20-4-2-19. He’s in great form and will expect to compete here this week
Over the last three rounds at the Open championship only winner Shane Lowry and Danny Willett outscored Lewis. He’s enjoyed a great spell of form and that started in Prague when he finished 10th at the Prague Golf Challenge last year.
Tom is a Challenge Tour winner after a five shot victory and then won the Portugal Masters by three shots to prove he can do it on the big stage. If Lewis gets going early this week he will fancy his chances to win here.
The big hitters this week are the ones to be focusing on and we can add Gavin Green to our staking plan. He’s the great player ever from Malaysia and he won the Asian Tour order of Merit back in 2017. His best result last year came here at the Czech Masters and will fancy going well here again.
He has posted six top 20 finishes this season and finished 8th at Valderrama at the end of June. He followed that up with an impressive 9th placed finish at the Irish Open.
Complete your line up with the talented Hayden Porteous. This is a golfer who loves this event and won the tournament back in 2017. The course is perfectly set up for the 25 year old and he warmed up for this event on the Sunshine Tour last week as he finished a confidence boosting 9th.