Recent European Tour winner Matthew Fitzpatrick headlines the field at the Bermuda Championship this week, where there looks plenty of value to be had with few of the world’s best taking part.

Read on to find out where we believe that value is…

Schwab could gobble up Port Royal GC

As mentioned, this isn’t a particularly strong field and while the claims of Fitzpatrick (14/1), fresh off a win in Spain, are obvious, this looks a market where players further down could be worth chancing. Namely, Matthias Schwab, who is a player that pretty surprisingly is still yet to taste victory.

The Austrian has always been thought of as a real talent and he’s shown plenty of glimpses to suggest that’s the case, but for whatever reason he hasn’t quite been able to put it all together. He finished runner-up twice in 2019, firstly in a nail-biting play-off at the Turkish Airlines Open, and then when beaten by just a shot to Paul Casey in the Porsche European Open. Both those results were part of a golden patch for Schwab which saw him finish inside the top-eight in six of nine consecutive tournaments and all that was really missing was that win.

Eight top-10s over the last 44 events doesn’t read too badly and neither does just eight missed cuts, but he hasn’t really got himself into positions to challenge. He’s been solid with his approach play, ranking 30th on the European Tour in that category this season, but he has struggled to convert, ranking 150th for putts per round.

However, if his recent results are anything to go by, then the 26-year-old might have turned a corner. He finished in a tie for eighth at the Korn Ferry Tour Championship and then a tie for 12th at Wentworth, while he played well at Valderrama (tie for 15th) too. Those last two showings would have given the Austrian lots of confidence heading into this week and the easier test in Bermuda could well play right to his strengths.

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