Betting Tips for the Smart Punter

Kjeldsen the main pick in Denmark

Ryder Cup qualification places have been decided and now we focus on the wildcards, where plenty of Europeans have chances this weekend in Denmark, including our main pick Soren Kjeldsen. He heads the market and has a great shot of adding to his European Tour successes, and to go with that selection are a few really big priced players. On Sunday we recorded a 16/1 and 28/1 place so confidence is high in the camp.

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Soren Kjeldsen plays in his home tournament and has plenty going for him this week. A possible Ryder Cup wildcard is on offer as well as more Race To Dubai points. The ultra consistent Dane has had a superb season with some top finishes in all four majors, the highlight being 7th at Augusta. He’s really enjoying his golf and that shows every week, including his last round in Brazil where he made a good fist of it in the Olympics. He’s a fairly short proposition this week but he’ll be there on the weekend and is by far the best best in the field.

Welshman Bradley Dredge has played well in this tournament the last two years and this is the time of the season where his game usually peaks. Last week he made the cut comfortably in Prague and flattered on the weekend, but this week he should be thereabouts come Sunday as he’ll take plenty of comfort from two past top tens where he really enjoys the course set up.

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A couple of big outsiders this week and one is Li Haotong who rewarded us with an 80/1 win earlier in the season, so he owes us nothing in return and this time he treble figures with the bookies. With so many concentrating on the Ryder Cup Haotong will go unnoticed and although he’s fsded since his China Open win on home soil, he’s still a good enough player to mix it with the rest. He’s fresh off the Olympics and at speculative odds a few quid each way is worth a crack.

Another at even bigger odds is American John Hahn who has a sponsors invite. He’s an interesting proposition after competing just down the road last month in the Challenge Tour and recording a course record 64 before letting his lead slip in the final round and finishing a respectable tied third. He’s obviously in good heart and has a score to settle in Denmark, and at his huge odds he’s worth a couple of quid each way.

Advised Bets (7 points in total) Each Way is 5 places with BetVictor HERE

Soren Kjeldsen 1.5 points E/W @ 14/1 BET HERE

Bradley Dredge 1 point E/W @ 25/1 BET HERE

Li Haotong 0.5 points E/W @ 150/1 BET HERE

John Hahn 0.5 points E/W @ 250/1 BET HERE

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