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Final Round
scores for the
D'Italian Open

Julien Quesne -12
David Higgins -11
Steve Webster -11
Fredrik
Andersson Hed -10
Emiliano Grillo -10
Felipe Aguilar -10
Nicolas Colsaerts -10
Alvaro Quiros -9
Robert-Jan Derksen -9
Seve Benson -9
Hennie Otto -9
Romain Wattel -9
Marcus Fraser -9

Third Round
betting odds
for the
Open D'Italia

Francesco Molinari 5/2
Nicolas Colsaerts 5/1
Felipe Aguilar 10/1
Marcus Fraser 12/1
Steve Webster 14/1
Simon Thornton 20/1
Matteo Manassero 25/1
Maximilian Kieffer 28/1
Julien Quesne 28/1
Alvaro Quiros 28/1
Hennie Otto 33/1
David Higgins 33/1
Alejandro Canizares 33/1
Seve Benson 40/1
Ricardo Gonzalez 40/1
Thomas Aiken 50/1
Mark Foster 50/1
Jaco Van Zyl 50/1
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 50/1
Espen Kofstad 50/1
Bernd Wiesberger 50/1
Matthew Baldwin 66/1
Damien McGrane 66/1
Renato Paratore 80/1
Johan Edfors 80/1
James Kingston 80/1
Fredrik
Andersson Hed 80/1

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Review & Betting Guide for the Open D'Italia

 

Simon Dyson
Simon Dyson
James Kennedy

Matteo Manessero
Matteo Manessero
Gary Denham

Gonzalo Fdez-Castano
Gonzalo Fdez-Castano
Kevin Murray

Gregory Havret
Gregory Havret
James Kennedy

Soren Kjeldsen
Soren Kjeldsen
Kevin Murray

Robert Rock
Robert Rock
James Kennedy

 

 


Englishman John Morrison designed the original Blue course in 1956, ten years after Italy became a Republic in 1946, Circolo Golf Torino moved to the Parco Regionale La Mandria, which was the old hunting estate of the former ruling House of Savoy.

In the years that followed its grand opening, the course was extended to 27 holes and later to the current 36 holes, thanks to designs by Studio Harris and architects Marco Croze and Graham Cooke. The courses are divided into two tracks known as the Blue course and the Yellow.

A number of holes were renovated in the late 1990s by Canadian architect Graham Cook for the 1999 Italian Open, which was won by Dean Robertson. Cook has been involved in updating the green complexes as part of in the words of the club a master renovation plan.

Ancient trees surround both courses, which are classic parkland courses laid out over gently undulating terrain with plenty of trees and bunkers. They both have the same number of natural water hazards, such as streams and ponds and this is typified on the Blue courses 171-yard par 3 13th hole, where the raised green is framed on three sides by trees and protected in front by both sand and water.

Graham Cooke course architect summarised his changes by stating, I was very pleased with the results and the members and professionals who came to the Open were charmed by the new, more expressive, appearance of the course. This project demonstrated that accent mounds, properly sculptured can impart an older feel to an established course. It is my firm belief that the original architect would have been pleased at the results and would have embarked on a similar look had he had the material or budget when the course was originally built.

My tips to win:

I am going to stick with Simon Dyson 12/1 this week after tipping him last week and his third place finish at the Dutch Open made that his third Top 10 finish in his last seven tournaments. In fact Simon has only been outside the Top 25 once in those seven events and looks to be back to playing some of his best golf.

Matteo Manassero 14/1
seems to be getting closer and closer to winning this event, gradually moving up the leaderboard each year since he has turned professional after he finished in the Top 25 as an amateur in 2009. 2011 saw him move inside the Top 10 and last year saw him finish in the Top 5. Its as if the Italian is learning to cope with the home support and this year they may be rewarded with seeing the European PGA Champion lift his home title.

Its not been the greatest of years for Gonzalo Fdez-Castano 16/1 and everyone who follows the game knows this is mainly due to his putting problems from six feet in and he has missed numerous putts from inside that range this year. But its hard to dismiss a double winner of this championship, he has also won this tournament on two different courses so he obviously enjoys playing in Italy and I am hoping that plays a part in his defense of the title this week.

My each-way tips:

Gregory Havret 28/1 is another player that seems to be coming into form, the Frenchmen has had three Top 10 finishes in his last five events. Havret did miss the cut at the Wales Open but has come back with two good finishes since then and Gregory is a past champion of this tournament winning it back in 2001.

Soren Kjeldsen 33/1 has had a great couple of weeks finishing in the Top 20 twice in his last three events. The last time this event was held on this track Soren shot a couple of rounds in the 60s, but his final round 73 saw him slip down the leaderboard. There are not too many players playing this week that would have competed in 1999 and I am hoping the knowledge Kjeldsen gained that year will help him this week.

My outside tip:

A name I was surprised to see this far down the betting odds was that of Robert Rock 100/1 who is a recent winner of this event in 2011. Its not been the greatest of years for the lad from Stafford having missed eleven cuts from twenty-two starts, but a Top 15 finish at the Wales Open and turning up at an event that he has won, I am hoping will give Rock the boost he needs to have a good week.



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