The European Tour is in Portugal this week where Alex Levy will defend the title he won last year.

Fantasy Focus: European Tour heads to Portugal

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The European Tour’s penultimate tournament before the Final Series is the Portugal Masters, won by Alex Levy last year.

Due to bad weather in 2014, the tournament only lasted 36 holes, meaning Levy will face a different kind of test altogether this time around.

Martin Kaymer, Nicolas Colsaerts and Tommy Fleetwood are also among those in the field at the Oceanico Victoria GC.

Players competing at the PGA Tour’s Open are not eligible for selection this week.

WATCH: Tommy Fleetwood swing sequence


GM Tips for this week

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USA 2: N/A

Great Britain: Chris Wood – The man from Bristol finished T7 in Portugal last year. In his last two events he has recorded T9 and T4 finishes.

Ireland: Padraig Harrington – While Harrington isn’t in top form, he does have top 40 finishes recently (British Masters and the Italian Open). Of the Irishmen in action, he seems most likely to gain top points.

Scandinavia: Soren Kjeldsen – The Dane arrives at the Portugal Masters with three consecutive top 9s to his name. He finished T2 at the British Masters on Sunday and looks like he’ll keep the streak going.

Rest of Europe: Bernd Wiesberger – Last time out the Austrian finished T4 at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. He also had six other top 10s this year, including four in a row at the start of the 2015.

Asia: Jeev Milka Singh – The Indian finished T33 at the Open D’Italia. Despite inconsistent results, he seems the man most likely to score highly this week in his category.

Africa: Darren Fichardt – With strong performances at the Porsche European Open and British Masters – T12 and T17 – Fichardt could be in for another good week.

Australasia: Richard Green – The Australian has T6 and T12 finishes in his last five tournaments. Another good week could be on the cards despite dropping off the pace at Woburn.

South America: Felipe Aguilar – A T13 finish at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship means the Chilean has the form to be a realistic contender in his category this week.