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DP World Tour: European Open: How to watch, TV channel, course details and more

The DP World Tour heads to Green Eagle in Winsen, Germany this week for the European Open, where a 156-strong field will be vying for glory on the North Course.

This will be the seventh time Green Eagle has hosted the tournament, having first staged it in 2017, and it presents a mammoth test with the course measuring a mighty 7,882 yards.

European Open

How to watch the European Open and TV channel

Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Golf will provide coverage of all four rounds of the European Open.

The action will be available to watch from 12:00 on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, while the coverage begins slightly earlier at 11:30 for Sunday's final round.

European Open dates and times

The tournament takes place from Thursday 30th May to Sunday 2nd June. The first tee time is set to be at around 07:30, with the final group going off close to 14:30.

European Open course details and venue

This will be the seventh time Green Eagle has staged the European Open, with Jordan Smith winning the first time it was played here in 2017.

Measuring 7,882 yards, this par-73 is one of the longest courses on the DP World Tour and boasts seven par-fours, five par-threes and six par-fives.

This is a flat parkland course that has water come into play to varying degrees on every hole bar one. Accuracy off the tee and on approach have proved to be key areas to success in recent years.

European Open stats and past winners

Along with Smith's triumph in 2017, Richard McEvoy, Paul Casey, Marcus Armitage, Kalle Samooja and Tom McKibbin are the other previous winners of this event at this course.

This is the second of six tournaments on the European Swing, with the Scandinavian Mixed, KLM Open, Italian Open and BMW International Open still to come.

Dane Soren Kjeldsen will be teeing it up for the 700th time on the DPWT this week, leaving just David Howell, Miguel Angel Jimenez and Sam Torrance ahead of him in appearances on this circuit.

The last three winning scores have been -8, -6 and -9, highlighting the difficult nature of this course.

European Open this year’s notable players

Rasmus Hojgaard and Tom McKibbin are the joint-favourites at 20/1, the latter aiming to become the first back-to-back winner at Green Eagle, while Jordan Smith is 22/1 to land the spoils for the second time.

Bernd Wiesberger, back on the DP circuit after a two-year spell on the LIV Tour, is priced at 25/1 to triumph, just ahead of 28/1 shots Richard Mansell and Laurie Canter.

Alex Fitzpatrick, younger brother of Major champion Matt, has recorded back-to-back top-25 finishes heading into this event and is 35/1 to come out on top.

Read the latest tips, predictions and odds for the European Open.

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