Africa Open Picks - East London

Africa Open Championship Picks

Pick 1: Thomas Aiken E/W @ 16/1 (Bet365) A look at the leaderboard for last year's Africa Open at East London GC will show you complete domination by South African golfers. Aiken was 1 of them and had a real chance of victory only to make a poor decision towards the end. He will be out to make up for that this time round.

Pick 2: Jaco Van Zyl E/W @ 33/1 (Bet365) 1 of the African golf tour's best players and again, I feel the home players have a big advantage at the Africa Open this week. Decent performance last time out..

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Pick 3: Gareth Maybin E/W @ 33/1 (general) Links style feel at East London golf course with the sea breeze coming in off the coast. Premium will be on accuracy to handle the wind and stay away from the bush trouble and no better man that Maybin on such a short course (playing under 7,000 yards) to do that.

Pick 4: Robert Dinwiddie E/W @ 50/1 (general) Game really turned up a notch over the last 18 months and will be used to the expected breezy conditions. Top 10 at the south African Open championship a few weeks back.

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