Andalusia Masters Tips

Andalucía Masters tips

Established in 2010, the Andalucia Masters sits as one of the top events on the European Tour, taking over from the Valderrama Golf Club where the former Volvo Masters was played. Now the event is played at the Real Club de Golf Sotogrande. This event provides three players with entry into the Open Championship, the oldest Golf competition and one of the top events in both the European and PGA Tour.

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Andalucía Masters: The Course

Real Club Valderrama, San Roque, Cadiz, Spain. Par 71, 7,000 Yards (3x Par 5s)

Valderrama itself is one of the oldest and most revered venues on the tour. One and a half hours south from Malaga, and an hour north of Gibraltar, Valderrama is a gem, and one that I have been fortunate enough to have played several times. Whilst not the longest of courses, it is extremely tight and challenging with heavily tree lined, undulating, fairways. The rough is not deep, but if you miss the fairway you are likely to be inhibited by one of the 2,000 cork trees lining the estate, and layups are commonplace, even for the straightest of hitters.

The greens are small and slopey, protected by significant bunkering, and measuring up to 13 on the stimpmeter to make the challenge all the more severe. Water is in play on several holes, including notably the par 5 4th and 17th holes. Good shotmakers will prevail here, and course form is a major factor in deciding who will contend.

Andalucia Masters Recent Winners

2023Adrian Meronk-16
2022Adrian Otaegui-19
2021Matt Fitzpatrick-6
2020:John Catlin+2
2019:Christian Bezuidenhout-10
2018:Sergio Garcia-12
2017:Sergio Garcia-12

2023 Andalucía Masters Tip

Robert MacIntyre: 33/1 E/W

With potentially devastating winds, it could be the heavy hitters that shine in this 2023 Andalucia Masters, this opens up the opportunities for Robert MacIntyre. Following a solid performance at the start of the month in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, MacIntyre was unlucky not to finish higher up the leaderboard.

The Scotsman is one of the more consistent performers this year and we could definitely see him finish in the each way positions during this event, alongside fellow Scot Ewen Ferguson who has seen his stock fly up during the past 24 months, winning the Qatar Masters and Handa World Invitational in 2022 and putting in some fantastic performances during the European Tour, continuing his form on from the Challenge Tour. However, we think this event might be a step too far for Ferguson and MacIntyre represents a fantastic value at 33/1.

2024 Andalucia Masters Tips

As it currently stands, we do not have any betting tips for this event. The event is due to take place on the 17th October 2024, check back in October 2024 for our tip for next years event.

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