Turkish Airlines Open: Side Markets, Betting Predictions and Tips

Craig Edwards

Tuesday, November 5, 2019 2:53 PM UTC

Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019 2:53 PM UTC

Craig Edwards @EdwardsTips_ previews the Turkish Airlines Open side markets for oddsmarket.com
<div><p>The Montgomery Maxx Royal is an easier test of golf than most weeks on the European Tour but nonetheless top-class players have profited over many years with Justin Rose a back to back winner after Brooks Kopeka in 2016.</p><p>Our 23.00 winner at the Portugal Masters in the Top Rest of the World market, <strong>Justin Walters</strong> looks of interest this week based on a previous 10th place finish here in 2013. A strange correlation means 2013 was the year he also had his other runner up finish at the Portugal Masters in almost the same personal circumstances of needing a big performance to guarantee his European Tour card for the coming year. I will not go into the personal reasons because they have been well documented now but it would seem he is drawing a kind of mental strength or even a carefree attitude to competing that is helping his results.</p><p>Sweden's <strong>Joachim Lagergren</strong> has to be considered this week with the results here having a correlation with his favourite tournament the Dunhill Links Championship in Scotland. What was noticeable back in 2015, the only time he played Montgomery Maxx Royal was a third round of 75 that cost him a top 10 finish. His good form has continued since Scotland with a 14th place finish at the Portugal Masters where you need to go low like here.</p><p>Englishman, <strong>Andy Sullivan</strong> has been his usual consistent self in 2019. It is now four years to his last tournament victory at the 2015 Portugal Masters and despite being 37th in the ‘Race to Dubai’ has not been in contention much. After a runner up finish at the Irish Open in early July his form had left him until three weeks ago at the Open De France where he finished in 23rd. He built on that confidence in his favoured Portugal Masters with an impressive 8th place. Now in Turkey at a course he came 4th on in 2014 he has a chance to build that confidence further.</p><p><strong>Kiradech Aphibarnrat</strong> nearly won the Turkish Airlines Open last time the Montgomery Maxx Royal held it in 2015 eventually finishing 3rd. It has been a long rollercoaster season for the colourful Thai professional with two top 5 finishes on the PGA Tour in the WGC Mexico and Byron Nelson Classic. His recent form had been poor until an eye-catching top 10 finish at the CJ Cup in Korea three weeks ago. That result with his course effort of 2015 is enough to consider a bet on him this week.</p><p>Austrian, <strong>Matthias Schwab</strong> has been a revelation on the European Tour in 2019 with a phenomenal eight top 10 finishes to illustrate his consistency. Last week in China at the WGC HSBC Champions he looked in good form and there is every reason to expect him to be perfectly suited to the target golf this week in Turkey.</p><p>Frenchman, <strong>Benjamin Hebert </strong>is yet to win on the European Tour but twice this season he has been close with runner up finishes at both the Volvo China Open and Scottish Open. After several quiet weeks he played well at his national Open at Le Golf National and now heads to Turkey and a course he has previous form at.</p><p>Denmark's, <strong>JB Hansen</strong> let the Open De France slip from his grasp with a double bogey on the 17th a couple of weeks back. The week after at the Portugal Masters he fell away after being in contention after thirty-six holes which was understandable. These events had followed an impressive 4th at the Open De Espanà so we know the young Dane is in good form. Three times a winner on the Challenge Tour last season to illustrate his potential and the fact that he had last week off will have helped him process what happened in France. He had a good tournament here in 2013 as a relative unknown and this year would be the perfect time to put that to good use.</p><p>American, <strong>David Lipsky</strong> proved a liking for Montgomery Maxx Royal in 2015 and 2014 with back to back top 20 finishes. He was not the established member of the European Tour that he is now and earlier in this season he produced a series of top performances after winning in South Africa. During the summer months he went off the boil but a couple of weeks ago at the Open De France he appeared to be getting back into form for the final events of the year. He looks a solid top 20 and Top American market bet this week.</p><p>This year's Trophee Hassan was special for <strong>Jorge Campillo</strong> who finally managed to land an elusive first European Tour title. At the time he was in a rich vein of form with a phenomenal five top 3 finishes in six events. The summer months have been a disappointment for the Spaniard but last week's effort in China should act as a confidence builder for a course that should be suited.</p><div><strong>Recommended Bets:</strong></div><ul> <li>David Lipsky – Top 20 @ 6.50 (11/2) <a href="https://a.oddsmarket.com/record/v?c=150&amp;a=df66db4b-b019-4343-9fc7-6c4f20e2a356&amp;f=1" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Place your bets with Paddy Power">Paddy Power</a></li> <li>Justin Walters – Top 20 @ 6.00 (5/1) <a href="https://a.oddsmarket.com/record/v?c=150&amp;a=bf7f64f4-cd67-4904-9b00-6ded1d41fd18&amp;f=1" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Well rated bookmaker">Bet365</a></li> <li>Joachim Lagergren – (each-way) Top Continental European @ 34.00 (33/1) Bet365</li> <li>Joachim B Hansen – (each-way) Top Continental European @ 36.00 (35/1) Paddy Power</li></ul><div><a href="http://a.oddsmarket.com/record/v?c=162&amp;a=ec641d03-1e6d-4096-9f5f-d2a6939022d0&amp;f=3"><img alt src="https://cmscdn.staticcache.org/assets/image/0005/1349915/Biggest-Ever-Bet-Boost-1280x480-English-UK.jpg" style="width:100%" /></a></div></div>
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