The DP World Tour heads to England for the famed British Masters, this year hosted by Danny Willett at The Belfry.
Marcus Armitage ($67)
Popular Salford player Marcus Armitage looks a monstrous price this week in a tournament he is more than capable of winning. A strong iron game is the most surefire way to success here and that is something Armitage has in spades. Armitage ranks Top 20 in GIR, Strokes Gained: Approach, Strokes Gained: Tee To Green and Par 5 Scoring. He finished 7th here in 2020 and comes in playing good golf with three Top 11 finishes in his last six starts.
Justin Harding ($46)
South African who has been a prolific winner around the world, Justin Harding looks a very appetizing price this week. One path to success this week will be accuracy from the tee, a strong short game and a hot putter. Harding ranks 18th in Driving Accuracy, 9th in Putting Average and 9th in Scrambling. Comes in hot with two Top 7 finishes at his last two starts.
Craig Howie ($126)
Talented young Scot Craig Howie looks a very good bet at triple figure odds. A winner on the Challenge Tour last year, Howie ranks 9th in Par 5 Scoring and 18th in GIR, two of the key guides here. Two years ago at the UK Championship here at The Belfry, Howie finished 5th. He has finished Top 42 in his last five starts on Tour.
Tournament H2H – Jordan Smith ($1.95) v Robert MacIntyre
One of the key metrics for success at The Belfry is driving accuracy. This tree-lined course demands it. This year on the DP World Tour Smith ranks 17th in finding fairways while MacIntyre ranks 136th.