The European Tour makes a first visit to Kenya for the Kenya Open which is normally on the Challenge Tour but this year is upgraded to the European Tour.
It coincides with the Players Championship across the pond and therefore a weak field will tee off. The course plays just over 6,900 yards and is a Par 71.
Three for this week as follows
A player in form and can excel in this weaker company. Finished in the top 20 last week and can be a solid each way bet this week.
Was close to be a selection a couple of weeks ago when he finished 2nd in the Oman Open. Had several chances to win that week, has the ideal game for this course and can go one better this week.
A favourite of mine will be one of few players this week to have good solid course form when he finished in 2016 2nd as an amateur. Loves playing at altitude a solid putter and a good chance this week
- Arnaus 1 point e/w 25/1
- Sordet 1 point e/w 33/1
- Langasque 1 point e/w 25/1