Euram Bank Open Golf Matchups

Euram Bank Open Golf Matchups

The European Tour moves to the Austrian Alps Wednesday for the Euram Bank Open, the second of two dual-ranking events with the Challenge Tour before the circuit goes on its own. Last week’s competition, which revived both tours after a four-month COVID-inspired hiatus, turned into a spectacular time for Marc Warren, who took the title by one-shot at the Austrian Open as a big underdog. We have a similar field gathered at GC Adamstal with a number of interesting matchups featuring some of the best lower-tier performers. Just like last week Joost Luiten is the betting favorite looking to rebound from a dud performance. Visit BookMaker.eu for a complete list of tournament matchup odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

Euram Bank Open Matchup Odds at BookMaker.eu

John Catlin -120 vs. Oscar Lengden +100

Lorenzo Gagli -120 vs. Scott Vincent +100

Francesco Laporta -143 vs. Nicolai Hojgaard +115

Bernd Ritthammer -125 vs. Daan Huizing +105

Sami Valimaki -105 vs. Sebastian Heisele -115

Adri Arnaus -110 vs. Rikard Karlberg -110

Gregory Bourdy -120 vs. Craig Howie +100

Eduardo De La Riva -120 vs. Oliver Lindell +100

Lorenzo Scalise -120 vs. Roope Kakko +100

Marcel Schneider -125 vs. Pedro Figueiredo

Joost Luiten -135 vs. Joohyung Kim

John Catlin -120 vs. Scott Vincent

Christopher Mivis -115 vs. Joel Sjoholm

Adri Arnaus -120 vs. Lorenzo Gagli

Bernd Ritthammer -125 vs. Sami Valimaki

Lorenzo Gagli -115 vs. Adri Arnaus

Rikard Karlberg -125 vs. Scott Vincent

Anton Karlsson -120 vs. Eduardo De La Riva

Marcel Siem -115 vs. Matthew Baldwin

Robin Sciot-Siegrist -115 vs. Thomas Rosenmuller

Matt Ford -115 vs. Ewen Ferguson

Oliver Lindell -130 vs. Francesco Laporta

Oscar Lengden -130 vs. Francesco Laporta

Sebastian Heisele -125 vs. Marcel Schneider

Nicolai Hojgaard -120 vs. Pedro Figueiredo

Anton Karlsson -140 vs. Marcel Siem

Need to Know

Before the Euro Tour heads out on its own it will share the stage one more time with the Challenge Tour. And like last week there will a number of players most fans aren’t too familiar with. The Euram Bank Open makes its debut on the Euro Circuit and this is just the third playing of the event. At only 6,437 yards, Golf Club Adamstal is probably the shortest course any golfer will play on Tour. It does, however, pose a challenge since it’s nestled along the rolling hillsides of the Austrian Alps testing a player’s accuracy and precision. Callum Hill shot 18-under to win last year’s edition by four-swings – low scores are definitely on the menu. I had to get back in the swing of things on my matchups and the rust was evident as I went 2-3 at the Austrian Open. It’s time to hop back in the saddle and turn this around.

Euram Bank Open Matchup Picks

Lorenzo Gagli -115 vs. Adri Arnaus

I think Gagli has a good chance at winning the title outright so why not take him in the matchups. Precision and putting are what’s going to get the job done at Adamstal and Gagli is that kind of player. He didn’t place that well last week at T25, but he finished with a pair of 69s to salvage the tournament. He was in good spirits prior to the break with a T12 at Qatar and T10 in the Oman Open, so you can’t complain too much about his game.

Bernd Ritthammer -125 vs. Sami Valimaki

Not many have experience playing Adamstal giving those that have a slight advantage. Ritthammer’s only previous trip in 2018 resulted in a T8 after shooting 66-65 over the weekend. He got warmed up last week at Diamond with a share of 18th that included rounds of 65 and 69. Valimaki missed the cut and his inconsistent play is cause for concern.

Marcel Siem -115 vs. Matthew Baldwin

Showing promise in each of his last three starts before the shutdown could be a sign that Siem is putting things together. Now all he has to do is be solid for an entire tournament. Easier said than done, but given the quality of the field there’s no reason to think he can’t do it. He drives the ball well and with accuracy, which will definitely help his scorecard this week. There aren’t many in the field better at gaining strokes off the tee and slight improvement in other aspects make Siem a likely pick to win this matchup.

Marcel Schneider -125 vs. Pedro Figueiredo

Schneider had an eye-opening experience last week shooting 69 across the board to finish one-shot back of winner Marc Warren. He has to be brimming with confidence heading to Adamstal, where he briefly tied the course record with a 62 last year. In a sign that low scores can be had, Schneider tallied six birdies and an eagle becoming one of three players to card 62. The record of 61 was set a few days later. Schneider finished 14th but he has course knowledge that takes him to this matchup win.

John Catlin -120 vs. Oscar Lengden

You can really scour the list to come up with winners and we have one in Catlin. He has four professional wins, all of which came on the Asian Tour. The makeup of this field closely resembles an event on that circuit so the American should feel right at home. Catlin kept himself busy during the lockdown and emerged with a solid T8 last week with four rounds below par. He can go low with scores of 63-62 for a runner-up finish at the Boonchu Ruangkit Championship in January. Catlin has played a few PGA Tour events giving him a head start in this matchup.

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