The winner: Tyrrell Hatton (28/1)

The main attraction in South Africa this week is Open Champion Henrik Stenson, who seems the safe bet at 4/1. It doesn’t seem to appetising though with some in-form players in the field this year.

Tyrrell Hatton- It’s been a great year for the young Englishman, three top-10’s in October including a win at the Alfred Dunhill Links makes him a good choice at 28/1.

Hatton finished tied 10th at last weeks Turkish Airlines Open and for some reason I quite fancy him this week.

The each-way back: Richard Bland (8/1)

What a brilliant couple of months Richard Bland has had. He has had seven top-20 finishes in his last eight tournaments, including four top-10’s.

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His time must surely be coming to win on the European Tour, so why not here at the Nedbank. We’d all love to see it and at 8/1 for a place in the top 5 I quite fancy him to achieve that.

If you are feeling the love for Blandy this week and see him lifting the trophy, you can get him at 45/1.

The dark horse: Pablo Larrazabal (80/1)

At last weeks Turkish Airlines Open the Spaniard finished with four birdies out of his last six holes to finish in 8th place on 12-under par.

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His form hasn’t been great in the last few months but hopefully a top-10 in Turkey sees the start of a change in fortunes for the Spaniard.

At 80/1 Larrazabal is making his debut at the Nedbank but something is telling me he may be in for a good week at Sun City.