KLM Open fantasy picks: Who should you pick for Dutch success?September 11, 2018 The Scoop
Who is our Fantasy Golf expert picking in his team for the KLM Open? Check out his tips
Need help with your KLM Open fantasy picks? Don’t worry our fantasy golf expert Matthew Beedle has you covered with a run down of the big names, value for money players and sleeper picks for the European Tour event in Holland.
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KLM Open fantasy picks
This week the European Tour heads to Holland for the KLM Open after Matthew Fitzpatrick emulated Seve by recording his fifth victory on tour in the Swiss Alps.
Romain Wattel won his maiden tour title last year in Spijk when defeating Austin Connelly, who posted a final round of 66, by just one shot.
The aim in this year’s game is to pick the right players to match the RankBuster. This week’s is set at 225 so who can you fit in your team to beat it? Here are my KLM Open fantasy picks.
Fantasy Rank: 10
The Dane has a pair of T12 finishes in his last two starts at the Made in Denmark and European Masters. His form has improved dramatically as the season has gone after he missed six cuts in his first eight events of 2018.
Fantasy Rank: 17
In his past three starts the Spaniard has finished inside the top 25 and has progressively improved each week with a T24 at the Scandinavian Masters, T18 at the Czech Masters and fourth placed finish at the European Masters.
Can he go a couple of steps further and take the KLM Open title this weekend?
Fantasy Rank: 37
Jamieson has been on a tidy run since his missed cuts at the Scottish Open and the Open. He hasn’t missed a cut since Carnoustie and has enjoyed a T13 finish at the European Open and a T4 finish at Czech Masters in that time span.
Fantasy Rank: 45
Green missed the cut at the Made in Denmark but bounced back with a T12 finish in Swtizerland. Prior to his missed cut he finished solo third at the Czech Masters.
Fantasy Rank: 49
The South African has made the cut at every event he has played from the Irish Open. Knows his way around here as he finished T3 last year, posting a score of 13 under par.
Fantasy Rank: 67
The Canadian comes into this event as a bit of a sleeper after having a poor season compared to his fantastic year in 2017. He will be hoping to find the form that saw him finish second here last season.