Review & Betting Guide to the Portugal Masters

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Arnold Palmers Oceanico Victoria Course © Oceanico Group

The Algarve in Portugal is the next stop on the European Tour and its Arnold Palmers Oceanico Victoria Course that sees one of the strongest fields in the Portuguese Masters short history, teeing it up at this beautifully manicured 7,227 yard design, which includes five Major Champions and 20 Ryder Cup players.

Also competing this week are Thomas Björn 33/1, Simon Dyson 16/1 and Alex Noren 25/1 who have all won three times on the tour this year. Thomas Björn’s resurgence can be traced back to Portugal last year, when he was victorious in the Open de Portugal .

He stated: “My victory in Portugal last year was an important one in my career, as it was my first in four years and I would love to have the Portugal Masters title to sit alongside it.

“I finished in the top 20 at Vilamoura last year and it’s a course where if you get on a run, like I have done this year, you can post a low score. The field is going to be extremely strong but I’ve been in fantastic form this year and it would great to get a fourth win.”

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Jamie Donaldson 25/1 © Kevin Murray

The sentimental theme runs right through this years Portuguese Masters with Steve Webster 66/1, whose victory in the inaugural Portugal Masters in 2007 was dedicated to his mother who had died five months beforehand. Webster is one of three past champions competing this week with Alvaro Quiros 25/1 of Spain and defending champion Richard Green 40/1 of Australian all in the field.


My tips to win:

Jamie Donaldson 25/1

Francesco Molinari 16/1

Lorenzo Gagli 33/1


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Thomas Aiken 33/1 © Kevin Murray

My Each way tips:

Thomas Aiken 33/1

Tano Goya 80/1

Pablo Larrazabal 66/1




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ABOUT: James Mason

James Mason is a contributing writer for Golf Monthly magazine, producing destination reviews, technical and equipment reviews and blogs. He was also part of the judging panel for the 2010 Top 100 courses in Great Britain and Ireland. James has written equipment reviews and technical features for Greenside magazine, destination features for Golf World and Going for Golf magazines and interviews for Middle East Golfer.

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