Kenya Open Fantasy Preview

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Graduations are at all times tear-jerkers. This week it’s the Kenya Open that graduates from the Problem Tour and strikes onto the subsequent stage of its profession. It’s now a European Tour occasion.

The course is Karen Nation Membership. It’s a par 71 that performs simply over 6,900 yards. While you issue within the altitude (~6,000 toes above sea degree) then it shortly turns into one of many shortest course on tour.

That’s one angle we are going to goal this week (brief programs) however we even have bentgrass greens and a weak discipline.

You may also take a look on the Fantasy Golfanac for some previous quotes from the occasion.

Let’s dive into some previous outcomes to see who would possibly match the course.

Prime Performers on Bentgrass (since 2015)

Erik van Rooyen
Shubhankar Sharma
George Coetzee
Christiaan Bezuidenhout
Ricardo Gouveia
Seungsu Han
Gregory Bourdy
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano
Jacques Kruyswijk
Romain Langasque

Prime Performers on Brief Programs (since 2015)

Shubhankar Sharma
George Coetzee
Erik van Rooyen
Romain Langasque
Stuart Manley
Haydn Porteous
Ricardo Gouveia
Jose-Filipe Lima
Jeff Winther
Thomas Bjorn

Prime Performers in Africa (since 2015)

Romain Langasque
George Coetzee
Erik van Rooyen
Jeff Winther
Masahiro Kawamura
Chris Hanson
Christiaan Bezuidenhout
Robert Macintyre
Renato Paratore
Shubhankar Sharma

Prime Performers in Altitude (since 2015)

Romain Langasque
George Coetzee
Haydn Porteous
Stuart Manley
Jeff Winther
Erik van Rooyen
Christiaan Bezuidenhout
Laurie Canter
Scott Vincent
Renato Paratore

Prime Performers towards Weak Fields (since 2015)

George Coetzee
Erik van Rooyen
Seungsu Han
Christiaan Bezuidenhout
Sean Crocker
Romain Langasque
Jinho Choi
Shubhankar Sharma
Robert Macintyre
Jose-Filipe Lima

Golfers that present up on all FIVE lists: George Coetzee, Erik van Rooyen, Romain Langasque

Golfers that present up on 4-of-5 lists: Christiaan Bezuidenhout, Shhubhankar Sharma

Golfers that present up on 3-of-5 lists: Jeff Winther

My Prime 25 for the 2019 Kenya Open

1. Erik van Rooyen
2. Justin Harding
3. George Coetzee
4. Romain Langasque
5. Jeff Winther
6. Gaganjeet Bhullar
7. Adria Arnaus
8. Christiaan Bezuidenhout
9. Sean Crocker
10. Sebastian Soderberg
11. Robert Macintyre
12. Shubhankar Sharma
13. Nick Cullen
14. Seungsu Han
15. Anton Karlsson
16. Oliver Wilson
17. Renato Paratore
18. Haydn Porteous
19. Masahiro Kawamura
20. Matthew Nixon
21. Matthew Jordan
22. Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano
23. Clement Sordet
24. Max Orrin
25. Jinho Choi

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