The DP World Tour remains in South Africa this week for the Steyn City Championship, a new tournament consisting of much the same field as last week.
Dean Burmester ($17)
There is not a lot of tournament history to go off at The Club in Steyn City but the limited history suggests this will be a scoring-fest where distance off the tee will be a major advantage.
South African Dean Burmester ticks a lot of boxes. He ranks 2nd on the DP World Tour in Driving Distance while he sits fifth in Birdie or Better.
A top 20 last week suggests he is playing well enough to compete here.
Laurie Canter ($34)
Big hitting Englishman who is long deserving of a maiden DP World Tour win.
Canter leads the Tour in Strokes Gained: Off The Tee while he ranks Top 20 in Birdie or Better. Finished Top 25 last week at Pecanwood, making it back-to-back Top 25 finishes.
His game and the strength of this field is perfect for the Somerset native.
Grant Forrest ($81)
Scot who ranks Top 10 in Driving Distance so that puts Grant Forrest in the picture from the get-go.
Looking for form on Nicklaus courses and he did finish 4th in the Irish Open last year.
There is value to win and in Top 10 markets.
Top French Player – Antoine Rozner ($6.50)
Quality Frenchman who has won twice in the last two years. His key asset is his form off the tee. He ranks Top 20 in Driving Distance and Strokes Gained: Off The Tee. Finished Top 35 the last two weeks. He should be favourite in this market.