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Golf Betting Tips D+D Real Czech Masters

Golf Betting Tips D+D Real Czech Masters
Thursday, 18 August 2016

A decent quality field including Ryder Cup hopefuls has assembled for this week’s D+D Real Czech Masters, which returns for the third consecutive year to the Albatross Golf Resort, Prague. With Ryder Cup places still up for grabs, the first golf betting tip is a player looking to secure his place in the European Team.

The Albatross Golf Resort is a Par 72 7,467yd track with average width fairways and greens which in the last two years have been pretty slick. They tried to toughen up the layout with more trees and strategic bunkering last year, but the winning score of 20 under shows this lengthy track can certainly be tamed by players of this quality. Although the first two home last year led the Driving Distance stats, other stats suggest Greens in Regulation merchants with a warm putter will have every chance this week. Perfect conditions with sunshine and light winds are forecast this week.

The good news for golf punters this week is that normal TV coverage returns, with the excellent wall to wall Sky Sports coverage replacing last week’s erratic golf coverage of the Olympic Games. At least it was another profitable week for the golf tips, with Justin Rose winning the Olympic gold at 12/1 

Czech Masters Tips

Andy Sullivan 10/1 E/W Ladbrokes The first selection this week is the ever smiling Andy Sullivan, who is in pole position to seal his place on the Ryder Cup team for Hazeltine. The Nuneaton golfer looked a bit jaded in his last start at the USPGA, but should arrive here nicely freshened up after a couple of weeks break. His previous form stats of Tied 5th, Tied 6th and Tied 12th in stellar events leading up to the USPGA read well in this less exalted company. He had a sighter of this layout in 2014, so expect a bold show from this proven winner. Renato Paradore 100/1 E/W bet365 A player who may outrun his odds this week is the hugely promising Italian teenager Renato Paradore. The youngster had a glittering amateur career including representing Europe in both the 2012 and 2014 Junior Ryder Cups. He also has the distinction of gaining his Tour card as a 17-year-old in the 2014 Q- School and despite a struggle, he managed to retain his card last season. A positive for this week is that his best finish of Tied 5th last year came at this layout, so despite a lack of recent form, a small each-way bet is advised.