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This isn’t the longest course in the world hence the requirement for accuracy over length this week. All five of the par 5’s are reachable in two and these should provide the field with a feast of birdie and possibly eagle opportunities.
Green was a prolific winner on the Asian Tour and has been in good form on the European Tour for the last few months. He’s record a 5th placed finish at the Belgium Knockout, 8th at the Andalucia Masters, 9th at the Irish Open. He’s also had good runs in his last two outings at the Scandinavian Invitation and European Masters.
He ranks 6th in the GIR stat and 12th in the average birdies per round statistic, both will stand him in good stead here this week.
Although accuracy is desired the big hitting Belgian has the ability to turn any golf course into a pitch and putt. He won the Czech Masters and in Holland back in 2015 and if he’s superstitious he will fancy his chances again here this week after winning the Czech Masters back in August.
The par 5’s are going to be the big scoring opportunities for the field and with them reachable in two for the entire field, a good driving week for Pieters could leave wedges into par 5 greens, a massive advantage on the field.
Chesters is a pretty incosistent golfer this season as usually follows a good performance with a poor one however he did record his best finish of the season last week with a 9th placed finish and he will be more determined than ever to cash in on some good form.
Ashley ranks 5th on driving accuracy and inside the top 20 on Greens in Regulation, both statistics that should work heavily in his favour here this week.