When is the Mutuactivos Open de España? Thursday 3rd to Sunday 6th of October 2019
Where is the Mutuactivos Open de España? Club de Campo Villa de Madrid, Madrid, Spain
What is the total prize fund of the Mutuactivos Open de España? €1,500,000
What television channel can I watch the Mutuactivos Open de España on in the UK? Sky Sports Golf
Where can I stream the Mutuactivos Open de España in the UK? Sky Sports subscribers can stream the tournament online via Sky Go
Where can I get tickets for the Mutuactivos Open de España? http://mutuactivosopen.com/
What is the course yardage at Club de Campo Villa de Madrid? 7112 Yards / 6504 Meters
What is the par at Club de Campo Villa de Madrid? 71
What is the predicted weather for the Mutuactivos Open de España? Mostly sunny throughout the four days with morning cloud on both the first and last rounds. Winds low during the four rounds with temperatures consistently around 28c.
- One of Spain’s most successful players ever returns to his home country having won during his last outing when he claimed his 16th tour title.
- With seven European Tour titles won in Spain to date and alongside current form, he could be a difficult man to stop this week.
- Ranks fourth in strokes-gained off the tee and first in approach the green, a format that equates to a comprehensive combination around a layout that requires ultimate strategy like Club de Campo.
TIP: Outright Winner
RAFA CABRERA BELLO
- Ranks just outside the top 20 in the Race To Dubai (22nd) and heads back to his home country as a firm favourite looking for his first win since 2017.
- Three top 15s including two top 10 finishes from his previous five European starts suggests he is in the type of form to please his home fans.
- Ranks eighth in season stroke-average, showing his all-round game is in great shape to contend again this week.
TIP: Top 5 Finish
- The flamboyant Spaniard will thrive in front of his home fans and will be looking to climb the Race To Dubai rankings where he stands in 56th position.
- A top 10 finish just three starts ago – his first since the end of May – suggests his form is in decent order for the final part of the season.
- With ranking 34th in strokes-gained putting and 43rd around the green, a solid week tee-to-green will give him another good chance of a high finish.
TIP: Top 10 Finish
- The four-time European Tour winner needs a high finish as he is without a top 10 in 2019.
- His joint highest finish since March came in June's Andalucía Masters, something that could help reignite good vibes being around the Spanish fans.
- The Englishman will need to drive the ball better this week - where he ranks 131st strokes-gained driving - with the course requiring strategy off the tee. If he does, then his putting (ranked 19th) will give him a good opportunity for a solid week.
TIP: Top 20 Finish
- Challenge Tour player and world number 2073 has a great opportunity this week to earn big prize money and create a pathway to further starts on the main tour.
- With just two cuts made from 12 starts on the Challenge Tour this season and a stroke average of 73.17, he’ll need to be at his very best this week to make a pay cheque.
- However, as a player who knows how to win and go low with numerous wins on the European Satellite Tours, a good run could make his season.
TIP: Make Cut