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21 – 24 NOV 2019 

DP World Tour Championship, Dubai 

Jumeirah Golf Estates, Dubai, UAE 

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Recommended Bets Each Way All

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  • Erik Van Rooyen (RSA) 40/1 – Various bookmakers 
  • Rafael Cabrera Bello (SPA) 50/1 – Various bookmakers 
  • Thomas Detry (BEL) 66/1 – Unibet 5 Places 
  • Thomas Pieters (BEL) 66/1 – Sky Bet 5 Places 

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DP World Tour Championship

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The DP World Tour Championship, Dubai is a golf tournament on the European Tour and is the climax of the European Tour Race to Dubai. It is contested on the Earth course at the Jumeirah Golf Estates in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The title sponsor is DP World, a shipping company based in Dubai. 

The tournament was first held in 2009 when the Order of Merit was replaced by the Race to Dubai. It is contested by the leading 60 players in the Race to Dubai at the start of the tournament. It is the replacement for the Volvo Masters, which was a similar event for the leading 60 money winners on the Order of Merit. 

Originally the tournament was to have a record prize fund of $10,000,000, of which the winner’s share would be $1,666,660, however in September 2009 it was announced that there would be a 25% reduction in both the overall prize fund and the winner’s cheque 

The prize fund was increased to $8,000,000 in 2012. 

The tournament also determines the Race to Dubai Bonus Pool, which goes to the top golfers on the Race to Dubai after the tournament. It was original set at $10,000,000 but reduced to $7,500,000 paid to the top 15 players with the Race to Dubai winner getting $1.5 million. In 2012 the bonus pool was cut in half to $3.75 million and reduced to the top 10 golfers, with the winner getting $1.0 million. 

The 2013 DP World Tour Championship at Jumeirah Golf Estates delivered a $44 million gross economic benefit to Dubai, according to independent research commissioned by tournament organisers, The European Tour as stated in Vision Magazine. 

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Past Winners 

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Danny Willett 80/1 


Jon Rahm 12/1 


Matthew Fitzpatrick 66/1 


Rory Mcilroy 5/1 


Henrik Stenson 17/2 


Henrik Stenson 11/1 


Rory Mcilroy 6/1 


Alvaro Quiros 40/1 


Robert Karlsson 50/1  


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The Earth Course 

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A proud host of the DP World Tour Championship, Dubai – the culmination of The Race to Dubai and European Tour season. This sharply defined, sculptured course inspired by the great parklands of Europe and North America, paints a magnificent pastiche of ora, rolling terrain and rushing water. These natural components also provide differing angles and changing perspectives from each tee. 

The Earth Course is one of Jumeriah Golf Estates’ two championship golf courses designed by the professional golf legend Greg Norman. Measuring 7,706 yards from the championship tees, the Earth Course boasts 18 holes with spectacular views of white, graceful-through-deep bunkers. Each hole is designed to blend into the surrounding landscape, with the challenging 18th hole split up its entire length by a stunning creek. 

On a global level, Jumeirah Golf Estates is the host venue of the European Tour’s season-ending DP World Tour Championship, Dubai, until 2020. Held at the award-winning Earth Course, Jumeriah Golf Estate has welcomed the world’s top 60 golfers every year for the past nine years, attracting over 65,000 visitors from across the globe. 

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This guy has hit some amazing form coming into the final stages on the race to Dubai. Showing he can play some serious good golf when needed and mixing it with the world’s best.  

I just like his chances again here this week, the course is set up for his game. This place I feel needs to be played a few times in order to manage your shot choices and with him playing in this event last year he gained some valuable experience, securing a top thirty finish.  

He is yet to win on the European Tour, but won a great event on the Challenge Tour back in 2016 picking up the Bridgestone Challenge title. He has been knocking on the door for a while now on the European Tour and is only a matter of time before he wins one.

Will this week be a tougher one to win yes, so he could come up short if in contention but still a good each way bet this week.

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I have tipped Erik twice this year once at the Canadian Open where he won us our top 20 bets at 6/1, and again at the Irish Open not his week that week missing the cut so overall, he has made us a £50 profit so far :o).  

This guy is the complete package, winner of the Scandinavian Invitation back in August with four rounds in the low 60’s. Making the playoff final in Turkey only just missing out to Hattan. Second in Qatar and the Trophee Hassan this year.  

Everything this course demands, Erik ticks every box: 


























In a great position on the race to Dubai, and I see no reason why he can’t win it this week. He will be a top ten contender at worse. Go Erik Go.     

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Previous records here taken from 2011: 


Rafa has managed to make the final stages of the DP World Tour for the European Tour a record eight times so he pretty much treats this place and the event as his own back yard.    

This season he has been working mainly on gaining more accuracy off the tee with the driver which he has manged to do, that said he has still managed to keep his average distance the same as last year. So, a longer and straighter Rafa spells danger for the field in any competition. 

We all know what a great short game player and putter he is. He sits inside the top ten for Putts per GIR, Average putts per round, Sand Saves and Stroke average. Not picked up a win for two years so this guy is well overdue and should be well in the mix come Sunday.        



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Another player who was listed on our short list was also: 

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  •  Thomas Pieters (BEL) 66/1 Sky Bet 5 Places 

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Date: Nov 21–24, 2019 

Courses: Sea Island Resort (Seaside) & (Plantation) 

Saint Simons Island, Georgia  

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Recommended Bets Each Way All

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  • Adam Long 90/1 – Unibet 6 Places 
  • Russell Henley 60/1 – Bet365 5 Places 
  • Brian Stuard 90/1 – Unibet 6 Places 
  • Brian Gay 50/1 – BetFair/Paddy Power 8 Places  
  • Ryan Armour 80/1 – SkyBet 7 Places  
  • Robert Streb 125/1 – Coral 7 Places 

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RSM Classic

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The RSM Classic is a golf tournament on the PGA Tour, played in the autumn in Georgia. It debuted in October 2010 on St. Simons Island, Georgia at the Sea Island Golf Club. The tournament was known as the McGladrey Classic until 2015, when the title sponsor’s name changed from McGladrey to RSM US. 

Resident tour pros Davis Love III and Zach Johnson kicked off the event in March 2010, where they helped to unveil the tournament’s new logo, which was painted by Rock Demarco. The inaugural event in 2010 was won by Heath Slocum, one stroke ahead of runner-up Bill Haas. 

The event is played on two courses, the Sea Island Seaside and the Sea Island’s Plantation course. 

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Sea Island Resort (Seaside) 

Course Par Value: 70 • Course Yardage: 7,005 

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The 18-hole “Seaside” course at the Sea Island Golf Club in St. Simons Island, Georgia features 7,055 yards of golf from the championship tees for a par of 70. The course rating is 73.1 and it has a slope rating of 141 on Bermuda grass. Designed by Colt & Alison/Thomas Fazio, ASGCA, the Seaside golf course opened in 1929. 

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Sea Island Resort (Plantation) 

Course Par Value: 72 • Course Yardage: 7,060 

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Newly renovated by Davis Love III, his brother Mark and the Love Golf Design team. The vision was to take elements from both the original plantation 9 holes and historical elements of the property itself to create a timeless course that can be enjoyed by golfers of all levels and that can be maintained at modern standards. 

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Play and stay at The Lodge 

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What value only £467 for 7 nights, includes golf and breakfast. surprised  

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Past Winners 

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Charles Howell III 50/1 


Austin Cook 90/1 


Mackenzie Hughes 250/1 


Kevin Kisner 22/1 


Robert Streb 75/1 


Chris Kirk 50/1 


Tommy Gainey 200/1 


Ben Crane 66/1 


Heath Slocum 50/1  



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This guy in having one great season. Yet to miss a cut this season and following a solid second place finish last week at the Mayakoba shooting four rounds in the sixties.  

The Plantation course will only be played once here this week so the main stats and factors will have to be the seaside course. Of course, players with course positive attributes will be my main focus.  

This is why Adam for me ticks a lot of boxes here. With a very good tee to green game add to that his impressive approach play he does make a lot of birdies. Total made already this season is 107.     

I am sure he will add a lot more to that total this week, you can get him at 90/1 with five bookmakers. Bet 365/Marathon Bet/Unibet/Vbet/RoyalPanda  


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For those of you that watched the golf last week during Russell’s second round he played the wrong ball, he only noticed this after his round so was awarded a two-shot stroke penalty on four holes. He still managed to shoot a 77 even after been given an added eight shots.   

Hense the missed cut and the higher priced odds for this week. He would normally be around 30’s so could be a mistake from the bookies here.  

Three top ten finishes here in the past so some positives to take into a very average start to his 2019/20 season. The one thing that stands out for me here this week is his driving accuracy, his last three events he stands at over 70% fairways hit off the tee which is pretty solid.  

The putter as well has had a lot of work on since the Houston Open, which saw a turn in the right direction with him making shots on the field.  

You can get 60’s but a lot are only going 50/1.  

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Unibet seem to be giving some very good odds this week at the RSM. Brian is at 90/1 where most of the others are around the 80’s market.  

He is on a very good run of form of late, and his previous here is very hot and cold. Since 2010 he has managed three top 25’s and four missed cuts. If you gather his course knowledge around here is all very positive reading. Good wind player and enjoys a challenge when it blows.  

The main factors I have looked for this week he ticks every box.  

  • Driving Accuracy – 73.08% – 10th  
  • Tee to Green – 1.210 – 24th  
  • Approach to the Green – .757 – 27th  
  • Total Putting – 140.9 – 26th  

On paper he should play a big part here this week. He has been looking good in practice and looks good on the greens. It all depends what Brian turns up on Thursday.      

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  BRIAN GAY (USA) 50/1 

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I feel Brian is ready to pick up the win number five this week on the PGA Tour. Hole in one as well for the Texas born player last week on hole number ten. He also kept his scoring low, managing a good 14th place finish.   

Birdies will be the main focus this week, he has already made 114 lying sixth on the PGA Tour.  

Six out of six cuts made as well so far check out his results 65/23/7/42/3/14. 

He is one of those players who can mix it with the likes of Webb Simpson, Billy Horschel and Charles Howell III. But they are all priced below 20/1 so I feel just for the pure value he goes ahead of them for me.      

Another player who just fits around here very nicely.   


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The same as last week we have had the pleasure of watching a lot of good players here this week and we had so many bigger value picks from the team so I have also added another two players who made the short list? I know this will be six picks for the RSM, but I am sure you will not mind after your big profitable win from last week.   

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  • Ryan Armour (USA) 80/1 Sky Bet 7 Places  
  • Robert Streb (USA) 125/1 Coral 7 Places