Canary Islands Championship
Thursday, May 6, 2021 at 3:10 AM (Golf Costa Adeje)
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This week, the European Tour presents golf fans with the 2021 Canary Islands Championship.
Before I dive into my favorite golf bets for this week’s European Tour event let’s take a brief look at the golf course the field will play and the key player statistics that I will be focusing on for this week's 2021 Canary Islands Championship .
The 2021 Canary Islands Championship will be played at the Golf Costa Adeje (Championship Course) in Tenerife, Spain. This golf course is a par 72 that measures 6,816 yards. This track will present this week’s field with wide fairways and undulating bermudagrass greens. This track has a whopping six par three holes which is an extremely rare thing to see on any professional golf tour.
The Golf Costa Adeje (Championship Course) was also the host course for last week’s European Tour event, the 2021 Tenerife Open. It should also be noted Dean Burmester won last week’s Tenerife Open with a cumulative four round score of 25 under par.
The key player statistics that I will be focusing on for this week's European Tour event are strokes gained around the green, strokes gained putting, driving distance, and strokes gained ball striking.
Now let’s shift our focus to my favorite golf bets for the 2021 Canary Islands Championship.
Here are two golfers to consider placing on your card to finish in the top ten.
Adri Arnaus +300 - The Spaniard fired a final round 66 at last week's Tenerife Open on his way to an eventual eighth place finish.
Guido Migliozzi +350 – The 24 year old Italian has three top 15 finishes in his last five events played on the European Tour, including a second place result at the Commercial Bank Masters in March.
Migliozzi currently ranks 20th in scoring average (69.46) on the European Tour.
Here are two golfers to consider placing on your card to finish in the top 20.
Nicolai Von Dellingshausen +250 – The German arrives at this week’s tournament on the heels of two consecutive top 24 finishes, including a second place result at last week’s Tenerife Open.
Von Dellingshausen currently ranks seventh in strokes gained around the green and first in strokes gained putting on the European Tour.
Nino Bertasio +200 – The 32 year old has four top 22 finishes in his last six tournaments played on the European Tour, including a tenth place result at the Kenya Savannah Classic in March.