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APRIL 27th 14.22
It's the Challenge Tours turn to visit Spain this week on a course that was last used in 2005 and 2006 and it looks like a classic Spanish short, tight, tree lined track although scoring should be fairly low. Looking back at those results Spaniards unsurprisingly fared very well and those players at the top of the leaderboard had played well on courses like Moscow, St Omer, Pula, Kenyan Open courses and even island courses Tecina and Santo de Serra.
Home player Jordi Garcia Pinto has always struggled a bit on the main tour but this is more his level. He has won both the Kenyan Open and at St Omer in recent years so the course really should fit him. A 29th placed finish in his home Open reads pretty solid and I would have him a few points shorter £20 ew 100/1
Veteran Mikael Lundberg would love a return to somewhere like Moscow with two wins and a third around that tight track. He showed last year he was no back number when third on the main tour at the tree lined Trophee Hassan and it was only the year before that he won in Austria in a higher league. This course should suit this short hitter and is well worth a bet £40 ew 66/1
Last man in is Scott Henry who has shown a liking for courses I think are relevant with a 3rd in Tecina, 3rd St Omer, and 2nd twice at Santo da Serra so this track should hold no fears for him. He was a solid 11th last week in Egypt with all four rounds in the sixties. This could be the week that he could add to his sole Challenge Tour win to date £30 ew 76/1
APRIL 26th 10.58
Well we managed to get a tied 4th with Scott Hend last week and it was a bit frustrating with Nacho Elvira having a good tournament but providing us with no financial return. The tour stays in China for this weeks Volvo China Open but we have another new course - the
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