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Nigel Seeley's three from the tee for the Porsche European Open

Nigel Seeley 4 Sep 2019
Matt Kuchar is one of the front-runners to win the tournament (credit:John Adams/Zuma Press/PA Images )

Porsche European Open betting tips for this week's European Tour tournament. Read on for our expert tips for the Porsche European Open taking place at the Green Eagle Golf Course.

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IT'S a rather strange looking field that lines-up for the Porsche European Open tomorrow with a top quality front of the market, a whole-host of European Tour regulars in the middle of it and a lot of no-hopers making up the majority of the field assembled at Green Eagle Golf Course in Hamburg.
The top four in the betting are all inside the World's top 20 and with three American players deciding to make the trip to Germany for the week, before we place a bet we most determine whether the market leaders are here for the golf or for a nice European holiday?
The class act in the field is the deserved tournament favourite Xander Schauffle who played this event last year finishing in a share of 13th and with some decent showings on European soil already in 2019, he could very easily walk away with the title this week, but 6/1 is a too short a price for me to get involved with and I will be looking elsewhere.
Paul Casey is the second favourite at 7/1 and I simple can't have the Englishman on my mind, especially at those crazy short odds.
Casey has won 19 tournaments in his career, but I can remember a hatful of ones that he has lost from winning positions (usually when I have been on) and I would never trust the 42 year old at single figure prices.
Third in is Patrick Reed who was a recent winner when tipped in this column at 25/1 for the Northern Trust last month and out of the leading quartet he looks the fairest price on offer at the general 8/1.
Reed has played this event in the last two years and he's played it well on both occasions and although I won't be backing him to win this week, I will be having a maximum bet on him in the 72 hole match betting to beat Casey.
Matt Kuchar makes up the top four at 14/1 and he looks another who can be opposed as it's been a long season for "Kuch" on the PGA Tour and at the twilight of his career he looks certainly one who may have just come over for a bit of sightseeing rather than to win this event.

Three From The Tee

Alexander Levy @ 35/1 with Unibet 
The man I like this week is a former winner of this event and the player who has the best record in the entire field at Green Eagle and that is France's ALEXANDER LEVY at 35/1.
Levy won this event in 2016 and was also runner-up in 2017 and last year he continued his great record in Hamburg by finishing in 13th spot. His form hasn't been at it's best over the summer, but in the last three week's he is playing better and better and arriving at his favourite stop on the European Tour he has to be respected especially with so many major doubts around the front runners.
Last week at the European Masters the five time European Tour winner missed the cut, but he didn't play that bad with rounds of 71 and 70 the week before he played some of his best golf of the year to finish in a share of fifth place at the Scandinavian Invitational which he led after the first round with an excellent round of 63 and at the prices and give his record he must be considered as a potential winner.
Renato Paratore @ 50/1 with Ladbrokes 

Last years runner-up Italy's RENATO PARATORE is my second selection and looks a nice price at the general 50/1 to go one better than he did 12 months ago. Paratore is in good form with top 20 finishes in his last two European starts and he's carded sub 70 rounds in seven of his last eight rounds of golf.
Last week in Crans-Sure-Sierre he was the model of consistence to finish in a creditable 11th place and the week before in Sweden he recovered from a poor opening round 72 to finish in 20th with the highlight a final round 64.
He has good course form at this venue as well as not only did he finish runner up to Richard McEvoy last year, he also made the top 20 in 2016 and with confidence sky high after his recent run of form he will give us a great run for our money over the next few days at a very nice price.
Another Italian makes up my three of the tee this week with GUIDO MIGLIOZZI my final pick at a massive looking 100/1 with a number of bookies.
The 22 year old hasn't got the respect that he deserves from the bookies this week as he is a TWO TIME winner on the European Tour in 2019, with his latest win in June at The Belgian Knockout. Since that latest success he went off the boil after missing the cut in his next three events, but in his last two starts he's shown a bit of form to bounce-back with a 28th in a World class field at the Scottish Open and last week he ended up in 33rd place in Switzerland, but the encouraging sign was his final round 66 which will see him arrive in Germany in confident mood and a confident is dangerous opponent.


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