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Final round
scores for
the
M2M
Russian Open

David Horsey -13
Won in Play-off

Damien McGrane -13
Scott Jamieson -12
Sam Hutsby -11
Peter Whiteford -10
Krister Eriksson -9
Thomas Pieters -9
Maximilian Kieffer -8
Andrea Pavan -8
Carlos Del Moral -7
Sam Walker -7

Third round
betting odds for
the Russian Open

David Horsey 5/4
Thomas Pieters 5/1
Scott Jamieson 10/1
Maximilian Kieffer 10/1
Peter Whiteford 20/1
Gary Boyd 20/1
Gaganjeet Bhullar 22/1
Nacho Elvira 28/1
Sam Hutsby 33/1
Kevin Phelan 33/1
Damian McGrane 40/1
Fredrik
Andersson Hed 40/1
Soren Hansen 50/1
Carlos Del Moral 66/1
Sam Walker 66/1
Craig Lee 66/1
Jamie McLeary 80/1
Edouard Dubois 100/1
Gunn Charoenkul 100/1
Javi Colomo 100/1
Rikard Karlberg 100/1
Matthew Nixon 100/1
Jack Doherty 100/1
Louis De Jager 100/1
James Morrison 100/1
David Drysdale 125/1
JB Hansen 125/1
Jack Wilson 125/1
Mathias Gronberg 125/1
Richard Finch 150/1
Adrian Otaegui 150/1
Carlos Pigem 150/1
Adrien Saddier 150/1
James Heath 150/1

 

    

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Review & Betting Guide for the M2M Russian Open

 

Rikard Karlberg
Rikard Karlberg
Pauline

Scott Jamieson
Scott Jamieson
James Kennedy

David Horsey
David Horsey
Pauline

Maximilian Kieffer
Maximilian Kieffer
Kevin Murray

Jake Roos
Jake Roos
Kevin Murray

JB Hansen
JB Hansen
Kevin Murray

 


Tseleevo is located just outside Moscow and opened for play in 2008 and it is the only Jack Nicklaus-designed course open for play in Russia. Tseleevo Golf Club has already played host to a Challenge Tour event since 2010.

It is a classic Jack Nicklaus designed course that has been carved out of mature forest and measures 7,491 yards from the tips. The trees add definition and character to the shape of the holes.

The signature hole is the 7th 455-yard par four where a blind tee shot is played to a downhill fairway that doglegs to the left. The green is guarded by water with bunkers on either side. Nicklaus has added plenty of water features that sit naturally in the environment and look like they have been meandering through the forest for centuries.

My tips to win:

Rikard Karlberg 16/1 comes into this week on the back of four consecutive Top 25 finishes with one of those being a Top 5 at the Malaysian Open, a result that sees him sit in second place on the Asian Tour money list, where he has had another Top 5 finish. Rikard was right in the thick of it last year, going into the last round in the runners-up spot, but his final round 76 saw him slip down the leaderboard and just make the Top 15. I am sure he will want to put that right this year.

Scott Jamieson 16/1 missed the cut at last weekís Open Championship, but he did have two very good Top 20 finishes in the weeks leading up to the Open, especially in the Scottish Open where his final round 64 saw him storm up the leaderboard in front of his home support. Itís been a steady year for Scott, but I think the confidence from those two good finishes in France and Scotland should see him challenging here.

David Horsey 28/1 is going to be one of the bigger names playing this week, while a lot of other players take a weeks rest after the Open Championship. David didnít play in that event and will have no doubt been working hard after missing three cuts on the bounce. David did start the year very well especially in the African leg of the tour where he had three Top 10 finishes on the spin. Horsey had a Top 20 finish here last year and I think he may get his year back on track in this event.

My each-way tips:

Someone who I find hard to predict is Maximilian Kieffer 33/1 with Ladbrokes, the lad has bags of talent, and I did think he would kick on after his Top 5 finish in the Open de EspaŮa, but he missed the cut. He then followed that up with final rounds of 67, 66 to move up just outside the Top 10 in the Nordea Masters. Being one of the bigger names here this week I think he may well come through.

JB Hansen 55/1 with Stan James, had a Top 5 finish in this event last year finishing with final rounds of 67, 68 that shows he can score on this track. After missing his first nine cuts of the year, the season seems to have settled down a little and he comes into this event after making three cuts on the spin, playing some good golf along the way. He just needs to add consistency to his scoring which seemed to be on show at the Scottish Open and I think that may continue here this week.

Another player who played in this event last year was Jake Roos 66/1 with Ladbrokes, who finished just outside the Top 30, but played steady golf. Jake has been playing between both the European and Challenge Tours and has two wins on the Challenge Tour and currently sits in the Top 5 on the money list. I have tipped Roos before and he is someone I thought would be another solid player from the Sunshine Tour and follow in the footsteps of some of his fellow South Africans, but itís taken the lad from Pretoria a little longer than the rest, but he certainly has the game to do well here this week.



As always good luck



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