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Nigel Seeley’s three from the tee for the D D Real Czech Masters

Nigel Seeley 13 Aug 2019
The European Tour returns this week. (credit:Jens B?ttner/DPA/PA Images)

D D Real Czech Masters betting tips for this week’s European Tour tournament. Read on for our expert tips for the D D Real Czech Masters taking place at the Albatross Golf Club in Prague.

D D Real Czech Masters

The European Tour returns this week with the low quality D D Real Czech Masters from Albatross Golf Club in Prague (beware of imitations). This is an event which has thrown up  a mixed bag of winners over the last five years and looking at the line-up which has been assembled in the Czech Republic, this is not going to take much winning.

This is the sixth year that this event has been staged and all five previous winners are in the line-up, but none of the course winners are at the top of the betting with four players Eddie Pepperell, Bernd Weisberger, Lee Westwood and Erik van Royyen all vying for favouritism at 14/1.

Out of the leading quarteret Pepperell deserves to be the clear market leader for me, as he is playing some decent golf regularly, in much higher quality fields and he has an excellent record at this track with three top 10 finishes in the four times that he's competed in Prague. The Englishman will not be making the final three this week, but I would be interested in playing him in 72 hole match bets against other joint favourites Weisberger and van Rooyen who have done nothing at this venue.

Three From The Tee

Thomas Pieters @ 18/1 William Hill

THOMAS PIETERS is the value in Prague and with his length and distance of the tee, in what is a boomers course that looks a huge advantage and the former European Ryder Cup star is my headline selection at the general price of 18/1. Pieters has had a poor couple of months missing three successive cuts which started at the Belgian Knockout at the beginning of June and followed with the US Open and the the Irish Open. He has improved though in his last two starts with four impressive sub 70 rounds at the Scottish Open, and he did OK in his opening two rounds at The Open, but struggled in bad weather conditions over the weekend at Royal Portrush. Links golf really isn't the Belgian's speciality and those performances can be forgiven and the three times European Tour winner, who won this event in 2015 is back to one of his favourite venues on the Tour and with a win, a second and a ninth finish in his last three appearances at Albatross GC he will give us a good run for our money yet again.

Tom Lewis @ 28/1 Ladbrokes

My two other selections are both players who also players that have performed well at this venue and my second tip is England's TOM LEWIS at 28/1 with a few bookmakers. Lewis was sixth at this event last year, which followed a fourth finish in 2017 and with a really impressive 11th at The Open in his last start, which saw the two time European Tour winner recover from an opening round 75, the 28 year-old must be full of confidence to go close to winning again at a venue he is very comfortable at. Lewis, hasn't won this season, but he has come close a couple of times with the most recent a runner-up finish at the GolfSixes in June in Portugal and a third earlier in the year at the Saudi International and if he is to win given his course form and the quality of opposition this week, this does look a perfect opportunity.

Lee Slattery @ 50/1 William Hill

My final selection is another Englishman who plays well in Prague and that is LEE SLATTERY at the general 50/1 with most bookies. Slattery has had a very poor 2019, but like my other selections the 41 year-old is peaking at just the right time to go well at a venue where he always produces the goods. Slattery suffered SIX missed cuts in a row in every tournament he particiapated in during the months of May and June, but at the Irish Open he made it through to the weekend to finish in a creditable 27th and he looked a totally different player with his confidence back in his last start at the Scottish Open where he played some of his best golf of the season to end up just inside the top 10 in ninth. Slattery, was the runner-up at this event in 2017 and also finished in a share of fifth last year and now with the confidence back and at a venue he likes, he could be the surprise package this weekend.

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