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Three of Matt’s wins have come in Italy when playing on the Alps Tour back in 2016 and this is the perfect time for him to get back to winning ways this week in Rome. He finished 4th here on debut in 2017 and has won three titles since, winning the Indian Open, BMW International and the Made in Denmark to go with his maiden Portugal Open.
Although Wallace has failed to win in the last 12 months he’s played some excellent golf. He’s finished 2nd at the DP World Championship, 2nd at the Dubai Desert Classic and 3rd at the US PGA Championship. He’s been in good form recently with a 3rd place at the BMW International and 3rd at the KLM Open. He’s in good condition and looks a good bet this week.
Olgiata has been likened to an Italian Wentworth and that will be music to Shane Lowry’s ears who has a great record at the London based course. He’s took his game to a different level in recent times winning the Open and has finished 11th at the BMW PGA and 15th at the Dunhill Links which shows he’s nearly back to his best after his long Open celebrations
Pavan is on home territory this week and has been in blistering form on the European Tour of late. He won the BMW International back in June and has record form figures of 3-16-12-46-10-12 in his last 6 events showing he is in and around the leaders in every tournament he’s entering at the moment
This is a track that demands excellent ball striking and solid green in regulation stats and Perez, who won in St Andrews at the Dunhill Links last time out found over 90% of greens in regulation. He’s a rock solid tee-to-green player and he will favour this tough long game test in Italy this week
Arnaus, like Matt Wallace has also competed on the Alps Tour and he won twice on the tour in 2017 in Italy and won the grand final too. He definitely possesses the ball striking to be contending this week and is worth a small investment to go well here
Di Nitto is a Rome lad who won the Nazionale Open in his home town back in June on the Alps Tour and will be feeling confident ahead of this week’s tournament. He loves playing in Italy, shooting two 63’s on his way to 3rd at the Cervino Open last month. It’s a huge step up but if he finds his groove nice and early there’s nothing stopping him from being a contender come Sunday.