Johnnie Walker form guide

Betting guide from our tipster Paul Krishnamurty who provides his tips and selections for the Johnnie Walker Championship, a regular summer fixture which takes on extra significance this year as the final qualifying event for the European Ryder Cup side

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MIGUEL ANGEL JIMENEZ   A course debut at Gleneagles was never on Jimenez's schedule, and he's making a point to Colin Montgomerie just by turning up.   SIMON DYSON   Dyson confirmed his USPGA performance was no fluke with another strong showing in the Czech Open. He's clearly in form, but is hard to fancy having only ever made the top 20 here once in eight tries.   RHYS DAVIES   This course debut is Davies' last chance of impressing Monty, and making his Ryder Cup debut as a rookie. Two months ago, that seemed a reasonable idea, but Rhys has rather gone off the boil since.   BRADLEY DREDGE   Despite letting this column down a couple of times recently, Dredge is my first reserve. He's an excellent bad-weather player, who finished runner-up here in 05, and seventh in 2008. Top 20 at Prosper was hardly a disaster either, and he remains close to his best.   GREGORY HAVRET   That unbelievable performance to finish runner-up at the US Open remains Havret's sole piece of good form in 2010, but he is bound to attract some cash at Gleneagles. He won this title in 2008, and put up a stout defence in third last year.   SOREN HANSEN   Soren has made the top ten on his last four visits to Gleneagles, twice inside the top three, but his recent form is too poor to warrant consideration.   JOHAN EDFORS   Here's another long-hitter to make the shortlist. Edfors made the top 20 on his sole visit, and has two top 15s from his last three starts. Interesting at 66/1.   JAMIE DONALDSON   Donaldson challenged for this last year when finishing sixth, and has enough form this term to warrant respect. He won't mind the weather.   DAMIEN MCGRANE   McGrane's name always comes up when bad weather is expected, and he's in pretty consistent form with top 25s on nine of his last 14 starts.   PAUL LAWRIE   Lawrie gave this column a great run for our money at 100/1 when finishing third last year, and I was tempted to support him again.   GRAEME STORM   Storm's last three results here are fifth, second and 14th. However, after closing with 82/78 at Prosper, he looks one to avoid.   2010 STATS: -100pts   LONG-TERM ALREADY ADVISED   5pts MARTIN KAYMER TO WIN THE RACE TO DUBAI @ 9/1

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