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by Capt_Planet (U12453964) 30 January 2010
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My 1st post on 606, although having spent the last year in South America, I can't watch the European Tour and therefore often rely on the 606 forums to keep up to speed.

I am after your thoughts on tomorrows final round in Qatar. I assume the weather conditions eased today, but still Casey and Goosen's rounds must of been fantastic. However, it's often hard to follow up a low Saturday round on Sunday and there are some world class players within 3 or 4 shots. Will one of the big names take the title or will someone like Bradley Dredge suprise them all?

If I was a betting man I'd take the decent odds available on Quiros and back him to produce another low winning round. Any thoughts?

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posted Jan 31, 2010

There are any number of players who can win. Casey had a day yesterday when everything went in, can he repeat the perforance on the final round? Dredge looked very solid and will surely win soon.Westwood is a great last day closer and as such would get my vote.Can't make my mind up about Quiros but he is just one in the mix.
One thing I can say for certain is that the TV coverage of the European Tour is so far superior to the USPGA.The commentators are all superb in contrast to their US counterparts, of whom Nick Faldo would be the best though he is rapidly becoming a US clone

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posted Jan 31, 2010

Karlson is one ahead of Westy with 3 to play.

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posted Jan 31, 2010

Well done Robert Karlsson very solid performance. Bad luck for Lee Westwood he played some great golf this week and battled hard, he wasn't far off taking this one down.

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