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Golf Betting Tips Open D’Italia

Golf Betting Tips Open D’Italia
Thursday, 15 September 2016

My golf betting tips come from Italy this week, where a quality field will tackle the 73rd Open D’Italia. This year’s competition sees a return to the cosmopolitan surroundings of the Golf Club Milano in the Parco di Monza area of Milan. This sumptuous venue situated near to the Monza Formula 1 racetrack has hosted seven previous renewals of this long established event, including in 1990 when the winner was none other than Sky Sports golf presenter Richard Boxall.

The Par 71 7,158yd course is a flat heavily tree lined track which fits very much in to the classic parkland category. With narrow fairways and small greens, I’ll be focusing on accurate tee to green competitors who plot their way round the course for my golf tips, rather than the power hitters. The weather forecast is good for the four days, with plenty of warm sunshine expected, with a chance of a shower on Thursday and Friday, and only light breezes anticipated.

Open D'Italia Golf Tips

Matthew Fitzpatrick 20/1 E/W Paddy Power (7 places) The first golf tip this week is Matthew Fitzpatrick, who will be making his Ryder Cup debut at Hazeltine in a couple of weeks time. He played an awful lot of golf in his quest to make the European team, which I think had a detrimental effect on his game, but with mission accomplished I expect a strong finish to the season from the Sheffield youngster. His Tied 7th finish in Switzerland a couple of weeks ago was particularly impressive as he had to hole a 15ft putt to make the cut on Friday, and two high quality rounds at the weekend shot him up the leaderboard. He should be nicely freshened up after a well deserved week off, and this type of layout sets up perfectly for this imperious but not overly long, tee to green merchant. He finished Tied 3rd here last year where he finished 2nd in Driving Accuracy and 3rd in Greens In Regulation. If his putter warms up this year, he must have every chance of making it win number three in his fledgling professional career. Fabrizio Zanotti 50/1 E/W Betfred (6 Places) Any course that isn't particularly long, and demands accuracy from the tee and consistent iron play, leads me always having a second look at the chance of  Fabrizio Zanotti. The 33 year old from Paraguay has had a pretty consistent season, and has returned from a five week midsummer break with three solid performances in Rio (Tied 15th), Switzerland (Tied 24th) and Tied 16th in Holland last week. His long game looked in particularly good shape in Holland (2nd in Driving Accuracy), and he showed with his close up Tied 3rd place finish here last year where he led the GIR, that this track sets up perfectly for his quality approach play. He is a sporting each-way tip in an open betting heat.