November 03, 2021 1:30 PM
Ash Wheldon

2020/21 European Tour – Portugal Masters Preview & Prediction

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When is the Portugal Masters? 4th November - 7th November 2021

Where is the Portugal Masters? Dom Pedro Victoria Golf Course, Vilamoura, Portugal

What is the total prize fund of the Portugal Masters? €1,500,000

What television channel can I watch the Portugal Masters on in the UK? This tournament will be televised live on Sky Sports Golf (channel 405)

Where can I stream the Portugal Masters in the UK? This tournament can be streamed live via the Sky Go app

Where can I get tickets for the Portugal Masters? Check the official tournament website for the latest ticket information

What is the course yardage at Dom Pedro Victoria Golf Course? 6,533 yards

What is the par at Dom Pedro Victoria Golf Course? 71

What is the predicted weather for the Portugal Masters? Highs of 19c with good, sunny conditions expected throughout the week



  • Robert MacIntyre has performed solidly in the USA having made nine of 11 cuts and while not hitting the heights he would have hoped, he has been consistent if nothing else.
  • This is not the strongest of fields, especially in context of what he has faced of late, and the Scot has already shown his quality with strong finishes at the Open and the Masters so he looks good value to get himself into contention this weekend.

TIP: Winner e/w (30/1)


  • Romain Langasque will hope that he has turned the corner with some of his recent performances having finished in the top 40 on his last two outings having finished in a tie for 34th place at last week’s Mallorca Open.
  • That came on the back of a strong showing at Valderrama where he was tied for 11th and a similar performance here should see the Frenchman challenge for the top 20 at the very least.

TIP: Top 20 finish (11/4)


  • Min Woo Lee went close to winning at Valderrama as he finished in a tie for second spot and he will be confident of building on that performance, especially after seeing compatriot Lucas Herbert earning the win at the Bermuda Championship last week.
  • The 23-year-old Australian won the Scottish Open in July in which he showed quality as well as composure by edging Matt Fitzpatrick in a play-off and on the back of a good performance last time out, he can challenge once again.

TIP: Winner e/w (28/1)

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