The DP World Tour makes it three straight weeks in Spain with the staging of the Mallorca Open, which is heading to a new course unseen on Tour previously.
Unseen courses are always difficult to assess but fancy form off the tee and a strong iron game will take you a long way this week in Mallorca. Englishman Mansell leads the Tour in Strokes Gained: Off The Tee as well as eighth in Driving Distance and 19th in GIR. A 12th in Tenerife last year looks a good guide.
Son Muntaner does not look like a natural bombers paraside but there does seem to be an advantage for those who can go long off the tee. Nienaber leads the DP World Tour in Driving Distance while he ranks 4th in Strokes Gained: Off The Tee and 19th in Birdie or Better.
Englishman Tom Lewis has returned full-time to the DP World Tour and he looks to be rediscovering the touch that had him try in hand in the US. A quality iron player, Lewis ranks 5th in GIR and 16th in Strokes Gained: Approach. Three Top 16 finishes in his last seven starts.
South African veteran who has five Top 22 finishes in his last 12 starts, Walters ranks Top 18 in GIR and Strokes Gained: Approach.