The penultimate event rolls into town and Gullane Golf Club in East Lothian to be specific before the British Open begins at St.Andrews next week. Recently a lot more of the pros are taking up the chance to get some links play in on a competitive stage and sharpen their game towards a good stint at the British Open. Phil Mickelson being the most recent to do the double of taking the Scottish Open then going onto lift the British Open a week later. I have decided on 2 picks for the event who I feel may have skipped under the radar with the bookies due to form and injury but who I think are back in form and have targeted this event as a chance to show that to the public. Robert Rock 150/1 - was a regular on the leader board over the past 5 years before a blip in form over the past 12 months. He has been focusing on coaching a lot recently and I think this has came across in his game in tournaments where the competitive edge didn't seem to be there. He will really relish the links course here and the terrific ball striker he is he can definitely make his presence felt over the 4 day's here in an event he will be keen to do well in. A very lively outsider who if on form can make his price look very silly. Thorbjorn Olesen 150/1 - he has missed most of this season due to injury after falling off a camel late last year. I had tipped this lad for big things several years ago and he hasn't quite kicked on with the game he has but it's a tough grind out there most weeks and there's not many soft events any more. He has proven he handles links golf very nicely and is a sweet ball striker, a huge asset on links golf courses where he can shape it high, low right or left which suprisingly not all pros are good at. This is very speculative bet for me even though I'm a big fan. At 150/1 I felt he was overpriced here in a field he can compete with comfortably if on his game. The PGA golf is the John Deere Classic where Jordan Spieth is a warm order to take the event over there before lining up at St.Andrews. I won't be betting there this week but I will be closely following Patrick Rodgers progress once more. All the best folks.