Lee Westwood, Rory McIlroy and Martin Kaymer fight it out at the top of the betting; Coral putting Westwood and McIlroy as 8/1 joint favourites while Kaymer is just one point back on 9/1 with Betfred.
Kaymer arrives as KLM Open defending champion and all three have cases to make for victory going into this week, especially considering Thomas Bjorn has a week off and gives everyone else a chance.
All three aforementioned players also played well at the Euro Masters last week, all finishing in the top six but it’s Lee Westwood’s 8 top-ten finishes in his last 11 events that really catch the eye. He can kick on for a 3rd win of the season and regain his title he won here in 1999.
Peter Lawrie, runner-up in 2009, is 50/1 to win with Totesport but he has displayed a knack for starting well recently; Skybet place 55/1 on him finishing the 1st round as leader and the same firm have 15/8 about Lawrie getting a top 20 finish.