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Final round scores for the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters

Sergio Garcia -16
Won in play-off

Mikko Ilonen -16
Thorbjørn Olesen -15
Rafa Cabrera-Bello -15
Alejandro Canizares -14
George Coetzee -14
Thomas Aiken -14
Steve Webster -14
Magnus A Carlsson -13
Van Der Walt -13

Final round
betting odds for
the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters

Rafa Cabrera-Bello 3/1
Steve Webster 6/1
Thorbjorn Olesen 13/2
Thomas Aiken 8/1
George Coetzee 10/1
Sergio Garcia 11/1
Paul Lawrie 14/1
Mikko Ilonen 16/1
Johan Carlsson 16/1
Branden Grace 20/1
Adrien Saddier 25/1
Fabrizio Zanotti 33/1
Dawie Van Der Walt 50/1
Peter Uihlein 66/1
Simon Dyson 80/1
Matthew Baldwin 80/1
Kristoffer Broberg 80/1
Darren Fichardt 100/1
Romain Wattel 100/1
Alejandro Canizares 125/1
Seve Benson 125/1
Alvaro Quiros 150/1

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Review & Betting Guide for the Commercialbank Qatar Masters


Henrik Stenson
Henrik Stenson
Keith Allison

Thomas Bjorn
Thomas Bjorn
James Kennedy

George Coetzee
George Coetzee
Kevin Murray

Rafa Cabrera-Bello
Rafa Cabrera-Bello
Kevin Murray

Thongchai Jaidee
Thongchai Jaidee
Kevin Murray



The European tour moves to the Doha Golf Club in the UAE for the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters. Doha Golf Club was designed by Peter Harradine and opened for play in 1997, measuring 7374-yard.

It incorporates eight strategically positioned lakes, which have been stocked with a variety of fish. 65 giant cacti were imported from the Arizona desert, add 300 palm trees, 10,000 trees, 5,000 shrubs, limestone rock formations and like a lot of the courses in the UEA it offers a beautiful juxtaposed position of beautiful lush fairways to the desert that lies beyond.

The eight artificial lakes weave their way along most of the holes and with the punishing rough, which is made up of desert sand, rocks, trees, shrubs, long grass and clever bunkering, accuracy is at a premium on a course that offers plenty of risk and reward shots.

My tips to win:

I did tip Henrik Stenson 15/2 last week but he didnít play that great - he missed the cut - but it's hard to ignore the Swedes record in this event winning the tournament in 2006 which he defended with a Top 10 finish, he also has two other runners-up finishes. Henriks exploits from last year are well documented and I think being back here may just kick start his season.

Thomas Bjorn 20/1 seems to enjoy playing in the Qatar Masters and won the event back in 2011. He also has another couple of Top 10 finishes here and comes in to this week in confident form after his Top 10 finish at last week's Abu Dhabi Championship. Thomas currently leads the Race to Dubai and hasnít been outside the Top 10 in his last three European tournaments winning the Nedbank Golf Challenge along the way.

It's been a while since we tipped George Coetzee 28/1 but last week's Top 5 finish at the Abu Dhabi Championship where he fired a final round 66 should see the South African come into this week in confident mood. George also had a runners-up finish in this event last year shooting a final round 65 so will only have positive memories when he turns up here this week.

My each-way tips:

I am going to stick with Rafa Cabrera-Bello 35/1 this week. The Spaniard had a good finish last week and I could see he was coming back into form. Rafa stumbled a bit in the third round shooting a 73 which put paid to any chance of winning the event but he came back firing a 66 on the final day to get himself back in to the Top 5.

Thongchai Jaidee 50/1 has only been outside the Top 25 twice since 2006 and has finished in the Top 10 of his last two European Tour events and he could have finished higher at last week's Abu Dhabi Championship but for a final round 73 which saw him slip back down the leaderboard. Thongchai had seven Top 10 finishes last year but just couldnít add to his five European Tour titles.

My outside tip:

I think Romain Wattel 66/1 will win his first full European Tour title this year. The Frenchman has won on the Challenge tour back in 2010 and with two Top 5 finishes so far this season added to his four Top 10 finishes last seaon, Romain is starting to show that much needed consistency to start to compete for titles.

As always good luck


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