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The European Tour touches base in Sweden this week, coming back to Malmö surprisingly since 2010 as a few players eye-up their odds at the Nordea Masters.

While Henrik Stenson holds favorable position as he tees up at his home club of Barsebäck Golf and Country Club this week taking after a T3 complete at Wentowrth, he’s not by any means the only Swede competing for the title. Kindred comrade Alex Noren went four shots better to snatch the BMW PGA Championship title a week ago, and will plan to make it a hatrick of Nordea Masters triumphs to take after on from his triumphs in 2011 and 2015.

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In the mean time Matthew Fitzpatrick comes back to the Nordea Masters as protecting champion this week, and comes into the occasion having recently passed up a major opportunity for the main 10 at the European Tour’s first Rolex Series occasion at Wentworth.

So who would it be advisable for you to pick for your Fantasy Golf group this week? Keep in mind there is bounty to browse as the PGA Tour heads to Muirfield Village for the Memorial Tournament and there’s a lot of the World’s main 10 in that field.

Ensure you’ve rolled out your Fantasy Golf group improvements by midnight, Wednesday 31st May!

Dream Golf Picks: Nordea Masters
Henrik Stenson: Fantasy Price £15m

Stenson makes a beeline for home soil in a decent position, having completed T3 at the BMW PGA Championship a week ago and T16 at the Players two or three weeks past. Prior to that he had missed four cuts in succession, yet the Open Champion has recovered some force and is in a decent position this week given his past outcomes in this title, of which he has two main 5s in the previous three years.

Alex Noren: Fantasy Price £13m

The new BMW PGA Champion terminated another course record 62 on his way to his ninth European Tour triumph a week ago, indenting up the principal win on the new Rolex Series. The World No. 13 likewise completed tenth at the Players Championship and fifth at the WGC Dell Match Play, so there’s no questioning his present frame. Assisted alongside his triumphs here in 2015 and 2011 and a T12 in the occasion a year ago, a home competition unquestionably hopes to support Noren this week.

Matthew Fitzpatrick: Fantasy Price £11.5m

Fitzpatrick has been playing a ton of golf over on the PGA Tour for a great part of the begin of this current year, and notwithstanding a few missed cuts as of late, he’s had various main 20 completes on the World Stage. Combined with two main 5s in Europe at an early stage in 2017 and a T12 at Wentworth a week ago, Fitzpatrick could be in with a shot of protecting his trophy this week.

Lee Westwood: Fantasy Price £11m

In nine occasions Westwood has missed only one cut and had a main 10, three main 20s and only one outcome more awful than T28. A week ago’s T14 will give him inspiration for the Nordea Masters, wanting to enhance his main 10 complete here a year ago.

Joost Luiten: Fantasy Price £10m

Luiten appears to have been thumping on the entryway a considerable measure this year yet has just softened up to the main 15 once, with six out of nine occasions bringing about main 30s. In any case, Luiten hasn’t missed a solitary cut for the current year and hasn’t completed more terrible than T39 at the WGC Dell Match Play, so he’s a protected combine of hands that is very nearly a leap forward.

Kiradech Aphibarnrat: Fantasy Price £10m

It’s been a keep running of genuinely reliable outcomes helped by his T14 complete a week ago at Wentworth, yet other than a missed cut he had two main 22 brings about a column.

Alex Levy: Fantasy Price £8m

Collect had a baffling T54 result at the European Tour’s first Rolex Series occasion a week ago, yet preceding that recorded a triumph at the Volvo China Open, so he’s certainly had some great frame this season. Other than his win Levy has had two main 10s in his last five begins and was T3 at this occasion in 2015, which was the last time he teed up here.

Nicolas Colsaerts: Fantasy Price £6.5m

Colsaerts was tied for third with Stenson and Hideto Tanihara finally week’s BMW PGA Championship and barely passed up a great opportunity capability for the US Open on Monday at Walton Heath. Notwithstanding, it demonstrates he’s equipped for shooting low numbers right now, and given that he completed tied for third here a year ago, we figure Colsaerts could be a decent wagered for the current week – particularly given his low dream sticker price.

A week ago’s BMW PGA Championship was the European Tour getting it done. Some of the time we can ignore the “dead” weeks of awkward fields and deadened competitions, and the total failure to deliver a working site/application, when occasions play out as entertainingly as the BMW did at the delightful Wentworth a week ago.

Various diverse players held the lead at different circumstances all through the four days, yet as we probably am aware golf competitions are not about how you begin but instead how you complete: Alex Noren did this superior to any other individual, checking a brilliant last round of 62 to take the distinctions from Francesco Molinari, Henrik Stenson, and Nicolas Colsaerts.

An expression of note before we proceed onward to the current week’s see of the Nordea Masters. You may have seen that the European Tour has changed their site and application, and keeping in mind that these both look sparkly and lovely there are currently NO details or authentic information introduce; a flat out tragedy for day by day dream lovers.