2020/21 European Tour – Mallorca Golf Open Preview & Prediction
When is the Mallorca Golf Open? 21st October - 24th October 2021
Where is the Mallorca Golf Open? Golf Santa Ponsa, Balearic Islands, Spain
What is the total prize fund of the Mallorca Golf Open? €1,000,000
What television channel can I watch the Mallorca Golf Open on in the UK? This tournament will be televised live on Sky Sports Golf (channel 405)
Where can I stream the Mallorca Golf Open in the UK? This tournament can be streamed live via the Sky Go app
Where can I get tickets for the Mallorca Golf Open? Check the official tournament website for the latest ticket information
What is the course yardage at Golf Santa Ponsa? 6,543 yards
What is the par at Golf Santa Ponsa? 72
What is the predicted weather for the Mallorca Golf Open? Highs of 24c in mostly cloudy skies across the weekend while light rain is expected on Friday
- Five-time European Tour winner Pablo Larrazabal produced a solid performance to earn a top 20 spot at last week’s Spanish Open and the 38-year-old can put himself into the mix here for the Mallorca Open.
- In what is a low-key event, Larrazabal secured his second top 20 finish in succession and that consistency should be important in a field where there is a lack of standout quality with another solid finish on the cards here.
TIP: Top 20 finish (6/4)
- Wilco Nienaber looks to have the game that will be suited to this course on the Balearic Islands and the South African will hope to produce the goods as he goes in search of a maiden European Tour success.
- Nienbaer produced a strong showing at the Spanish Open having finished in a tie for sixth spot and while he could not back that up last week, the youngster can do better here and he looks worth a punt at a decent price on a course that could bring the best out of him.
TIP: Winner e/w (30/1)
- Romain Langasque has perhaps not realised his potential as of yet but the 26-year-old Frenchman showed glimpses of what he is capable of last week and could be about to build on that effort.
- With just one European Tour win to his name, Langasque should arguably have achieved more in his career, although he has plenty of time to find some greater consistency and after finishing in a tie for 11th at Valderrama last time out, this could be a time for him to kick on.
TIP: Winner e/w (40/1)