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Can't Catch Me
11 Oct 16 10:36
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Really looking forward to this one. Decent field and a couple of stand outs for me.

My main bet is Soren Kjeldsen and just got some 30/1 each way as don't think that will last long. Second here last year and a solid top ten last week where he seemed to get better as the week went on.

Also really like Chris Wood at the same price 30/1 each way. Top ten here last year, has a decent record on home soil, and must be feeling pretty confident after a solid Ryder Cup debut and nicely rested having had last week off.

Good luck.
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By:
sandsave
When: 11 Oct 16 11:19
Note last year played at Woburn ?
By:
Can't Catch Me
When: 11 Oct 16 11:49
Oh sh1t. I thought it was there again this year CryBlush
By:
Can't Catch Me
When: 11 Oct 16 11:51
More of a bombers course then. Should still suit Wood, but less keen on Kjeldsen now!
By:
1st time poster
When: 11 Oct 16 17:27
hoping to follow up last weeks 1,2,
golf in the uk in a damp october wont be every players cup of tea so i,ll go for
soren same as above played well last week 25,s
tommy fleetwood wont mind condition due a good tourney 25,s
fitz could follow up 28,s
dredge been played well for months 40,s
my 2 big prices are
illonen done well in ireland in this type of weather played well last week 80,s
wattel overdue  and after a shocking 1st round played really well for the next 3,80,s
all ew 1st 6
By:
mengmeng
When: 11 Oct 16 18:29
i fancy a bit of chris wood here eachway
By:
saxon farm
When: 11 Oct 16 20:12
fatty barn rat
By:
bobweenit
When: 11 Oct 16 22:20
ROSS THE BOSS TO TEAR IT UPGrin
By:
FRANKIETHETORY
When: 12 Oct 16 10:26
J Luiten 40s, F Zanotti 70s, M Lorenzo-Vera 125s and D Drysdale at 250.
By:
ashleigh
When: 12 Oct 16 18:36
my team
b wiesberger
t jaidee
r bland e/w [ surely deserves a win] 
f fritsch 
j lagergen 

good luck all.
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 12 Oct 16 21:04
Masters

LOWRY, Shane 12.15
Danny Willett 12.35
Richard Bland 8.30
Bernd Wiesberger 8.20
Soren Kjeldsen 8.20
Res Jaidee

Note to self: going without Wood, Johnson or Fritsch - fancy a early/late winner Devil
By:
ian merseyside
When: 12 Oct 16 22:58
Oh sh1t. I thought it was there again this year CryBlush

I don't think you are the only one CCM.  On Sky Sports description for this event they say "Matthew Fitzpatrick was champion here in 2015".  I knew it was Woburn last year and, having never heard of "The Grove", I assumed it was another name for Woburn.
By:
saxon farm
When: 12 Oct 16 23:24
And next year Westwood is hosting. He represents Close House in Northumberland.

Close House, in October for spectating will be marginally more appealing than Test Match Cricket at Durham in May.
By:
ian merseyside
When: 13 Oct 16 00:01
Doesn't look like cricket spectators will have to endure Test matches at Durham for a while, in May or any other month!
By:
donny osmond
When: 13 Oct 16 00:03
surely they could find a better week in the schedule for this

close house in october is an awful thought
By:
saxon farm
When: 13 Oct 16 00:54
Hollinwell (Notts GC) is the best course in The Midlands, not far from Worksop where Lee Westwood was brought up.
Would love to see it there.  Drains beautifully on heathland, plenty of space between holes for spectating. A proper test when I used to play it when standard scratch score could go to 76+.

Faldo won there in the early 80s last time Hollinwell was on European Tour.
By:
Can't Catch Me
When: 13 Oct 16 07:54
Couldn't agree more Saxon. Hollinwell is top class. Annoys me that we have so many good courses in the UK and it all comes down to the same type of Americanised courses who will pay the most money.
By:
FRANKIETHETORY
When: 13 Oct 16 09:25
I wish Sarah Stirk would just steal me and use me.
By:
ashleigh
When: 13 Oct 16 12:39
d willett withdrawn, injured back.
By:
Can't Catch Me
When: 13 Oct 16 12:44
Looks like it might be getting harder for the afternoon starters and the wind seems to be picking up.
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 13 Oct 16 13:32
WILLET OUT......and Seve BENSON +7 retired after 7 holes
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 13 Oct 16 13:33
CCM "fancy a early/late winner"
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 13 Oct 16 13:35
High winds around 3 or 4pm and tomorrow morning is not great either
By:
dave1357
When: 13 Oct 16 16:52
Beef's caddy "I know you're in the bunker, mate, but I'm having a f a g here"
By:
donny osmond
When: 14 Oct 16 09:30
jin jeong packs in after a 9 on the second day 2

how many exemptions does this guy have left ?
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 14 Oct 16 12:54
Got 4 boys going out this afternoon...no pictures....Is the weather improving ???

BLAND
WIESBERGER
KJELDSEN
JAIDEE
By:
Can't Catch Me
When: 14 Oct 16 14:48
Looks slightly worse than this morning cmiyc, wind picked up a little bit, but still very scoreable conditions.
By:
donny osmond
When: 14 Oct 16 15:32
weather forcast was supposed to help the early late brigade, ..it hasnt happened
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 14 Oct 16 17:22
Tks Boys,

GOOD MAN Richard (and Bernd).....40's and 33's....and even 25's available when he hit off this afternoon. Devil
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 14 Oct 16 17:24
Highlights at 7pm on SKY
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 14 Oct 16 20:38
Richard anything but Bland

It's been more famine than feast for 43yo Bland - the veteran is yet to win on the European Tour in 397 starts - BUT encouraging are his recent low scores - all in the 60's - with T5 at the European Masters (67,64,69,69) & T5/T7 at the Italian (67,67,65,69) & European (67,67,66) Opens, and posted a pair of 69's last week at St Andrews. Up to #28 in the Tour Rankings, Richard will smash his previous best in the end-of-season rankings: Five times he has finished between 65th and 73rd on the Order of Merit, having  spent 13 years as a yo-yo golfer, bouncing between the Challenge and European Tour.

The Englishman ‘s early season form particularly in Malaysia & China was the start of a superb year. Even with a summer lull nearer home he’s logged no less than 11 top 20 finishes (5 of them in his last 5 starts) and with 6 of them being T10’s - yet a trophy continues to elude on his 14th full season on Tour. Best of Luck TV & Applejack on #398. The good news is that he has given himself another superb opportunity to break the duck. He leads Andrew Beef Johnston and Alex Noren by one swing of the club going into the weekend. Devil
By:
jedi sophie
When: 15 Oct 16 20:01
£300 pound on Noren last week...Fookin typical...CryCryCry
By:
ashleigh
When: 16 Oct 16 15:14
come on bernd or richard either will do.Excited
By:
johnnythebull
When: 16 Oct 16 15:19
Noren in choke mode..Weisberger can't putt to save his life
if he could he'd be miles clear
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 16 Oct 16 16:18
ffa BLANDY needed that birdy to stay in contention with Nor
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 16 Oct 16 16:20
Bland - all pars on the back nine just not good enough at this level on SUNDAY
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 16 Oct 16 16:21
GOOD MAN Richard (and Bernd).....
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 16 Oct 16 16:21
'ABN' (anything but Noren) Laugh
By:
johnnythebull
When: 16 Oct 16 16:22
the difference is on the greens
Noren can wobble but HE can putt
whereas big bernd is out of the WW school of putting
Bland has never won and never will
albeit he's played well for some time now
By:
sewter lives again
When: 16 Oct 16 16:24
johnny do you really think Noren is a choker?

2 time winner this year, front running both times.

Personally think he should have played in the Ryder Cup
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