Casey looking good for the Porsche Open
Following the literal high drama in the Alps last week, the European Tour moves on to Germany with the Porsche European Open at Green Eagle Gold Course in Hamburg.
After last weekend’s five way play-off at Crans-sur-Sierre, eventually won by Sweden’s Sebastian Soderberg, the tour moves to Germany and the Porsche Open where defending champion Richard McEvoy will looking to retain his title and land the 2million euro first prize (McEvoy 18/1 top-ten finish).
A course which demands players to be accurate unless they want to find the water, which is ready to trap them on 17 of the 18 holes, the usual suspects will be pushing for the win.
Paul Casey is a good each-way bet with Betfred paying a fifth of the odds on seven places in the each way market (Casey 7/1 Outright winner).
The Valspar Championship winner opened with three rounds of 69 in last year’s tournament before fading away on the last day with a 73 and he’s in decent form going into this week’s event after a fifth place in the Tour Championship.
Austrian Matthias Schwab finished seventh last year and was eighth in Switzerland last week.
Schwab has had recent success in Germany, tying for third at the BMW international Open in Munich after a fifth-placed finish in the Czech Open.
Another decent finish for Schwab will ensure he’s in the top 50 in the Race to Dubai standings (Schwab 22/1 Outright Winner).
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