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AfrAsia Bank Open Open betting preview and tips from Ben Coley


Ben Coley's golf expert is fond of a good quality French Frenchman Open as he looks to increase profits every way last week.

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2pts e.w. Romain Langasque is 50/1 (1/5 1,2,3,4,5,6,7)

1pt e.w. Edoardo Molinari at 66/1 (1/5 1,2,3,4,5,6,7)

1pt e.w. Alvaro Quiros at 80/1 (1/5 1,2,3,4,5,6,7)

1pt e.w. Lee Slattery is 80/1 (1/5 1,2,3,4,5,6,7)

0.5pt e.w. Oliver Wilson in 200/1 (1/5 1,2,3,4,5,6)

Romain Langasque You can grow rapid and immediate hats, please, its latest sponsors at the opening of Open Mauritius AfrAsia Bank.

The young Frenchman secured the high standard of his European Tour card thanks to a late season on the Challenge Tour, which included a first professional award back on a homeland in France.

Obviously, the winning feeling has made a mark because, over the past few days, he has added the International French doubling title alongside Antoine Schwartz before packing an Express Express Golf & Event event; with Clement Sordet, a fast but one PR stunt that was played in the course. Maintain this main event this week.

The French may not win a victory to be a form to make a song and dance for the other, yet, it has been played close – just to the west of Mauritius on Reunion Island – and there is no doubt whatsoever Langasque has enjoyed with returning the Victor Dubuisson mentor in Hong Kong, quickly with confidence.

The 23-year-old was third in this event last year at The Heritage, who confirmed last month that he is now their latest brand ambassador. Langasque says he regularly visits the island and although the change in the setting asks new questions, he has the game to cope.

The wind was the biggest challenge here in 2016, when Jeunghun Wang got better from Siddikur Rahman with a member of the Nicolas Colsaerts course back in third. Langasque will not have any excuses at that front as a pure iron player who won the Amateur Championship in Carnoustie, the most terrible place of them all.

In a field where the favorite Dylan Frittelli is obviously the man to beat but does not appeal at stake, Langasque stands out has earned a win and two five fifths in the last five events in the season Challenge Tour. He's already looking to confirm the pledge that ended the amateur game as an outstanding performance in the Masters.

The Frittelli victory in Mauritius last year came under different conditions in an easier golf course, but after a 66-66 weekend in Dubai – the best in a high class field – of course, is respectful. Still, South African has been busy, playing the Final Round of the Tour following the end of the European Tour season, and his attempt to protect a title was very small.

Jordan Smith makes more appeal twice the price but it was two straightforward dynamics players who immediately drew the pack here in 2016 and it's hard to know if the main weapon of Smith , the driver, is as valuable as it needs to get competitive.

Of course, Wang argues that the smallest questions are not answered, but it is not in the same format as it was. in a few years ago and it's easy to ignore the market top.

Instead, I will give Edoardo Molinari Another opportunity after he had gone down the field in Hong Kong last week.

Clearly, those who took off the incident on the wind and rain of Thursday morning were in a huge disadvantage and Molinari was so good enough to make the cut, fourth in a row as he discovered his game .

The 10th grade for driving accuracy and seventh in sgrambling look like they could go over if they are repeated here, and here are these categories that have been strong for some time now.

Italy was 12th here in 2016, when it read its form of beginning MC-MC-MC-MC-MC-MC-MC-42-47. He proved to be a solid, 14th place in Hong Kong next, so there is a fairly strong evidence that the test might be quite similar despite the courses that appear only.

More interesting, however, is the fact that he has won Wang at Hassan II y Drofi in Dar Es Salaam. When Wang won these events back to back, he shot five under six and six, and so on the basis of scoring only, they are obviously the same type of challenge but there is also a leader's evidence to support the theory.

Another Wang's victory at this level became Master Masters, where good play in the wind is crucial, and some Joakim Lagergren, Jason Scrivener, Nacho Elvira, Mike Lorenzo Vera and Colsaerts themselves help to tie & # 39; these events with each other.

As such, Alvaro Quiros They also win the ballot because they have some good form, including a second place in this year's Trophee Hassan and an excellent record in Qatar.

Last won by Quiros from the coast in Sicily, where Lagergren managed to succeed, and three rounds of the sub-70 of the wrong side of drawing on a tight golf course last week reads perfectly.

Before that, he had bagged the top 20 finish in the Andalusian Masters and although this does not look at a course that can be empowered, Quiros should enjoy the ability to reach the driver when the opportunity arises – as he does much more often than in Fanling or Valderrama.

Many say about fans of experienced winners at low-grade events where there is a mix of players from multiple trips, many play at this level for the first time, and when Quiros and Molinari play enough Good to win a trusted opportunity to make the most of it.

Alvaro Quiros

Alvaro Quiros looks to be able to win again this week

Back to the front of the market, Victor Perez impressed last week as he had done for a moment now and he clearly reaches the European Tour with the game having to succeed.

Matthias Schwab is a year ahead of the development curve and another is on the right hand side, but this is a very difficult test at the end of a busy year and there is a # 39; It's hard to know if the Austrian is its best best.

Thomas Aiken was ready to deceive last week, starting and finishing well, but he would have given him an opportunity but for quotes that looked at the 25/1 gap and we would be more likely to return to Ernie Els at 50/1 – it has shown some good signs on the PGA Tour recently and this course has been designed.

However, I will finish with two English people who will not think if the wind blows – Lee Slattery a Oliver Wilson.

Slattery has won twice in this type of company and continues competitively facing a low degree field, especially on courses where its accuracy is off the tea.

That's looking to be true here and it was as accurate as a driver in the World Tour DP Championship, which was held in a course where it's more about flying over 300 – something that can not be done .

The fact that he makes it to Dubai tells you, compares to this degree, he has a class touch and has recently spent some lessons in South Africa, renting houses there, I hope she will be experiencing home in Mauritius.

Slattery certainly has a lot of form when the weather cools and the wind blows and has played well in some of those events that I have mentioned , ending 11th in Sicily and fourth in Qatar, as well as the second and fourth in KLM Open and the fifth in Dunhill Connections.

Lee Slattery plays his approach to the 18 holes

Lee Slattery in action

In the meantime, Wilson won the Dunhill Links Championships in 2014 and was unfortunately not graduating from the Challenge Tour this year, finishing just outside the top 15 despite two win.

He admitted that the Qualifying School a few weeks later was too much of mental stress, but after two weeks ago, I hope he can return in the kind of form he saw he earned twice and there is a number of threats Another occasion over his last 10th period starts.

Wilson has been very evident in terms of progress during the range and in a full event of dead trees and others that need a lot of guess, I'm proud of having an opportunity for an ex-Ryder Cup former player who is desperate to take advantage of the opportunities he has back on the European Tour.

Posted in 1830 GMT on 26/11/18.

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