Another week on the Euro Tour and it’s another tournament played outside of Europe.
The Tour stays in Asia as they head to India this week to faceoff with DLF Golf & Country Club.
The course is about as unique as they come, in terms of courses used on professional tours. It looks like a course a teenager might create in a video game. There are rock and water features littered across the property. Double bogeys are lurking around every corner.
Currently listed as a par 72 that plays around 7,400 yards, don’t let that fool you. The course has been listed as high as 7,700+ yards but it’s played nearly 700 yards shorter than that. Despite it grading out as a long course, it correlates more with short-course performance. They can do a lot with the course setup here to alter the yardage.
You can have a look at the Fantasy Golfanac for some past quotes from the event.
Let’s dive into some past results to see who might fit the course.
Top Performers on Bermuda (since 2015)
Top Performers on Hard Courses (since 2015)
Top Performers in Asia (since 2015)
Top Performers against Weak Fields (since 2015)
Erik van Rooyen
Top Performers on Par 72s (since 2015)
Erik van Rooyen
Golfers that show up on all FIVE lists: Maximilian Kieffer, Jorge Campillo
Golfers that show up on 4-of-5 lists: Anirban Lahiri, Bernd Wiesberger
Golfers that show up on 3-of-5 lists: George Coetzee, Pablo Larrazabal
My Top 25 for the 2019 Hero Indian Open
1. Anirban Lahiri
2. Julian Suri
3. Matthias Schwab
4. Jorge Campillo
5. Maximilian Kieffer
6. Robert Rock
7. Gaganjeet Bhullar
8. Victor Dubuisson
9. Nacho Elvira
10. Mikko Korhonen
11. Erik van Rooyen
12. Aaron Rai
13. Adrian Otaegui
14. George Coetzee
15. David Horsey
16. Andrea Pavan
17. Pablo Larrazabal
18. Chris Wood
19. Terry Pilkadaris
20. Shubhankar Sharma
21. Ashley Chesters
22. Gavin Green
23. Soren Kjeldsen
24. Wade Ormsby
25. Christiaan Bezuidenhout