Safeway Open Betting Preview 2016

Tiger Woods Safeway open 2016North Course, Silverado Resort & Spa, Napa Valley, California 

Par 72 7,203 yards

We’re hopefully going to see the return of a certain Mr Woods this week and I for one think it’s great to have him back playing competitively again. The word on social media is that Tiger seems to be hitting the ball well in practice and is in tip top shape coming into this week. He is paired with Phil Mickelson for the first two rounds so it should make for some very interesting viewing.

Silverado Resort & Spa measures a lengthy 7,203 yards and has four par 3’s, four par 5’s and 10 par 4’s. It was designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr in the 1960’s and was renovated by Johnny Miller in 2011. The fairways are tree lined with forgiving rough so missing the fairways here will not be a big deal. There are quite a lot of nice features around the course such as old Oak trees, elevation changes and water features and crossings. The greens are bent grass and are average size by PGA Tour standards and can get quite fast depending on weather conditions.

This will be the third time this course has hosted the tournament and judging by last year, length does not seem to be a huge advantage. Players that have accurate iron play and the ability to negotiate these tricky bent grass greens should go well here this week. Top stats to consider are par 4 and par 5 scoring, GIR, approach stats, SGTTG and SGP.

 

Paul Casey 25/1 Safeway Open Betting Preview 2016Paul Casey 12/1

Casey has to get a nod here based on the fact that he played superb throughout the FedExCup Playoffs. His good run of form began at the PGA Championship where he finished T10 and didn’t shoot worse than a 69 throughout the tournament. He followed that with a T17 at The Travelers, second at The Deutsche Bank, second at The BMW and a solo fourth at The Tour Championship. Casey has shot a 70 or better in 11 of his last 12 rounds and could have the game that suits this course.

This is his first appearance here at Silverado but statistically he seem to fit the bill. He ranks 21st in SG off the tee, 11th in SG approaches to the green, second in GIR and seventh in SGTTG. After playing solidly throughout the playoffs Casey could be the man to beat here especially in a weakened field.

 

Emiliano Grillo Safeway Open Betting Preview 2016Emiliano Grillo 20/1 

This man started with a bang last year and won this tournament in style beating Kevin Na on the second playoff hole. He has been playing some great golf over the last few months and comes into this with four top 15’s in his last six starts. He had a good week at the PGA finishing T13 and followed that with a T8 in Rio at The Olympics, T2 at The Barclays and a respectable T10 in East Lake at The Tour Championship.

He played superb last year and shot 68,71,65,69 to post 15 under in total. Grillo also ticks a lot of statistical boxes ranking 28th in SG off the tee, 27th in GIR and 26th in birdie average. He comes here in great form and could have another good week.

 

Justin Thomas Safeway Open Betting Preview 2016Justin Thomas 25/1 

Thomas came within a whisker of getting into the playoff with Grillo and Na last year but just came up one short. He had a good season and finished well with three top 10’s in his last six tournaments. He played well at The Quicken Loans finishing T12 and didn’t shoot worse than a 70 throughout the tournament. He followed that with a T3 at The Travelers which included a superb final round 62 to post 12 under par in total. Thomas then went on to play well in The Playoffs finishing T10 at The Barclays and a T6 at The Tour Championship shooting rounds of 68,71,69,67.

He played great here last year finishing T3 and was a bit unlucky not to finish better and make the playoff. Thomas is averaging just over 300 yards off the tee and ranks 17th in par 5 scoring and 20th in SG approaches to the green.

 

Jhonattan Vegas 50/1 

The streaky Johnny Vegas had a good season and has been playing well since early July. After a T4 at the Barbasol, Vegas then went on to win the RBC Canadian Open after shooting a superb final round 64 to finish 12 under in total beating Dustin Johnson, Martin Laird and Jon Rahm by one stroke. He followed that with a T22 at The PGA, T22 at The Barclays, T24 at The BMW and a T24 at the Tour Championship. Vegas had a great week here last year opening with a 64 in round one and ended up finishing T10 on 11 under for the tournament.

He ranks 23rd in SG off the tee, 14th in driving distance, 10th in GIR and 24th in par 5 scoring. After a solid performance here last year and decent form towards the end of last season, Vegas is worth chancing here.

 

Final Selections – 

Paul Casey 1pt EW 12/1 

Emiliano Grillo 0.5pts EW 20/1 

Justin Thomas 0.5pts EW 25/1 

Jhonattan Vegas 0.5pts EW 50/1

Total staked = 5 pts 

 

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Frys.com Open Betting Preview

Frys.com Open Betting Preview
CordeValle GC, 7,368 yards, par 71

Frys.com Photo

John Peterson 33/1
John Peterson

It’s the first tournament of the season and it’s great to be back! The first selection in this week’s preview is John Peterson. He has had a fantastic season on The Web.com Tour finishing the season with 5 top 5 finishes, including coming in tied 2nd in the season ending Web.com Tour championship. He missed the cut here last year but that wouldn’t hugely concern me here, he is on a superb run of form at the moment and, in a weakened field this week in the season opener, he is superb value at 33/1. I’d say we’re going to be seeing a lot of John Peterson on The PGA Tour.

Patrick Reed 40/1
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After recording his first win on the PGA Tour at The Wyndham Championship back in August, Reed’s form took a bit of a dip but I think he is going to be coming into this week refreshed and relaxed after a nice break. He had 5 top 5 finishes last season, including a tied 7th finish at The John Deere Classic, tied 9th in The RBC Canadian Open and a solo 5th place finish at The FedEx St Jude. Reed finished in a tie for 11th here last year and shot a final round 63. After a couple of weeks rest, he will be coming into this week refreshed and, you never know, he could shoot another 63 or two this week!

Jamie Lovemark 100/1
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Another Web.com player has made my list of runners in CordeValle this week in the shape of Jamie Lovemark. In his last 9 starts, he has a win at The Midwest Classic and 4 top 10’s, which came at The Utah Championship, in which he came tied 7th, tied 6th at The Abertsons Boise Open and most recently, tied 8th in the season ending Web.com Tour Championship. He has been backed into 100/1 from being 150/1 earlier in the week so he seems to be a popular choice among us punters. Lovemark ranked 9th in putting and 3rd in Driving Distance last season, which will certainly help around this 7,368 yard beast. An interesting, big priced outsider with a lot of potential to go very well here.

Gary Woodland 20/1
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Gary has been showing some great form in his last few tournaments winning The Reno Tahoe Open at the start of August and also a superb tied 2nd finish at The Barclays. Overall he played quite well in the FedEx Cup playoffs, finishing tied 18th at The BMW and tied 22nd at The Tour Championship. Woodland is known to be a big hitter on the PGA Tour, ranking 4th in Driving Distance hitting it a decent 303.8 yards off the tee, which will help around this course. He also finished in a tie for 9th here last year and only for the fact he made very few birdies on the second round, he would have been right in the thick of things. If he gets the putter going, he will be right in the mix come Sunday night.

Billy Horchel 20/1
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In his last two tournaments in The FedEx Cup playoffs, Billy Horchel finished tied 7th at The BMW and had a fantastic tied 7th finish at The Tour Championship. Considering the field here is pretty weak, Billy is a certainly in a class of his own here no question about it. Horchel had an excellent season getting his first win at The Zurich Classic of New Orleans at the end of April. He also had 8 top 10 finishes including coming tied 4th at The US Open at Merion. Statwise, he ranks 6th in Total Driving and 8th in Birdie Average, which is a good combination coming into this week.

Final Selections:
John Peterson 1pt ew/2pts total
Patrick Reed 1pt ew/2pts total
Jamie Lovemark 1pt ew/2pts total
Gary Woodland 1pt ew/2 pts total
Billy Horchel 1.5pts ew/3pts total
Total Staked – 11 pts

Good Luck,
DoubleBogey6

The Tour Championship – FedExCup Playoffs

Tour Championship

September 19-22, 2013, East Lake GC, Atlanta,GA
Field: Top 30 FedExCup Pts. Standings

Jordan Spieth 30/1

Well it’s the finale of the playoffs and I think it’s going to take a hell of a performance for this kid to win the whole 10 million bucks, However I do like him to go well in the tournament itself, that’s why I’ve added him to my list of runners and riders in East Lake this week. In his last three playoff events, he has finished a respectable tied 19th at The Barclays, a fantastic tied 4th finish at The Deutsche Bank shooting a 62 in the final round and last week finished in tied 16th at The BMW. East Lake could fit the youngster’s eye as he lost in a playoff to Patrick Reed the week before the playoffs started, at another Donald Ross designed course at The Wyndham Championship in Sedgefield Country Club. Statswise he ranks 14th in Driving Accuracy, 18th in Birdie Average, 11th in Scoring Average, 8th in Total Driving and 3rd in The All Around. He has proven he can compete with the best in the world and go toe to toe with the likes of Zach Johnson, which he beat in a playoff at the John Deere only a couple of months ago. Who’s to say that couldn’t happen again this week?

Hunter Mahan 18/1

I’ve noticed Hunter is a popular pick amongst us this week and to be fair, it’s easy to see why. His results over the last few weeks have been getting better and better. In his last 4 events he has finished tied 57th at The PGA, tied 25th at The Barclays, tied 13th at The Deutsche Bank and an impressive tied 4th finish last week at The BMW, with a nice little Ace on the 210 yard par 3 17th in round three. His season has been good so far with a 2nd place finish at The WGC Accenture Matchplay earlier in the year, tied 4th finish at The US Open and a tied 9th finish in The Open Championship and, who knows, if he didn’t have to withdraw from the leading the Canadian Open after the second round because his wife went into labour, I’d say we would’ve been watching Hunter lift the trophy on Sunday night rather than Sneds. He ranks 24th in Driving Accuracy, 21st in Scoring Average and 15th in Total Driving, which should bode well around this tricky par 70. A huge danger man here and has the game to go well here at East Lake.

Zach Johnson 18/1

Well he’s dropped hugely in price since he won at Conway Farms last week that’s for sure! He was hugely impressive last week and has been for the last number of months now. It’s fair to say, he’s been knocking on the door of a win for a while now and I’m delighted it came last week because I tipped him at a juicy 40/1! In his last 7 events, he has lost in a playoff to Jordan Spieth at The John Deere Classic, finished tied 6th at The Open, tied 4th at The Bridgestone Invitational, tied 8th at The PGA, tied 5th at The Wydham, tied 27th in The Deutsche Bank and a winner last week at The BMW in Chicago. Good shooting? In a word, YES. Statswise he ranks 8th in Driving Accuracy, 30th in Strokes Gained, 25th in GIR, 9th in GIR percentage from 200 + yards, 4th in GIR Percentage 125-150 yards and 7th in Approaches from 50-75 yards. He is the course record holder here shooting a 60 in 2007. Without a doubt the most consistent player on tour at the moment. If anyone can make it two in a row, with his current run of form and consistency, it’s Zach Johnson.

Jason Day 22/1

I really thought Jason Day played really solid last week at The BMW, finishing in tied 4th shooting a superb final round of 66. He’s been very much the “Nearly” man this year with superb finishes in 3 out of the 4 major championships with a solo 3rd at The Masters, tied 2nd at The US Open in Merion and a tied 8th finish at The PGA. He also has a decent record in East Lake with a 6th place finish in 2011 and a respectable 17th place finish in 2010. He ranks 16th in Driving Distance hitting it a decent 299.5 yards, 33rd in Strokes Gained, 33rd in Total Driving , 9th in Scoring Average and 22nd in Scrambling. I think the mix of power and scrambling should suit Day well here at East Lake. He’s a player that loves the big occasions and I think he will have a good week here in the final event of the playoffs.

Charl Schwartzel 30/1

Charl is a player that will really suit East Lake, Mainly because he is a big hitter and that should certainly help around this 7,319 yard beast. He has had a good season on the PGA Tour so far with a tied 3rd finish in The Northern Trust Open at the start of the year, tied 9th finish at The Honda Classic, solo 3rd at The Byron Nelson, tied 8th at The Memorial and tied 8th last week at The BMW. He ranks 26th in Driving Distance, hitting it a respectable 297.1 yards, which will help around here. He also ranks 27th in Strokes Gained, 3rd in Birdie Average, 6th in Scoring Average, 2nd in Par 5 or Better Leaders and 3rd in Birdie or Better Conversion Percentage. Current form combined with stats suggests he should go well here at East Lake.

Final Selections:
Jordan Spieth 2pts ew/ 4pts total
Hunter Mahan 1.5pts ew/3pts total
Zach Johnson 1.5ptsew/3pts total
Jason Day 1pt ew/2 pts total
Charl Schwartzel 1pt ew/ 2 pts total

Total Staked – 14 pts

Good Luck and enjoy the golf,

Doublebogey6
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BMW Championship – FedEx Cup Playoffs

BMW Championship_Roundel Stacked

September 12-15, 2013 Conway Farms GC, Lake Forest,IL
Field: Top 70 FedExCup Pts. Standings
Purse: $8,000,000
Yards: 7,149

Steve Stricker 20/1

Stricker played super golf at The Deutsche Bank the week before last and looked very consistent right from the off. In particular, his touch on and around the greens was superb. We all know he is a lethal man with the putter and he didn’t disappoint, with every single putt looking threatening, and if it missed, it did by only mere millimetres. Stricker has great memories of Illinois, winning the John Deere Classic 3 times in Silvis which isn’t too far away from Conway Farms. His season so far has been great with three 2nd place finishes coming at The Hyundai in January, The Cadillac back in March and, most recently The Deutsche Bank the week before last. Stats wise he ranks 7th in Driving Accuracy, 2nd in GIR, 9th in Strokes Gained, 4th in Birdie Average, 2nd in Stroke Average and 2nd in The All Around. His game looks to be in super shape and I think if he sank a few more putts at The Deutsche Bank, he could’ve been the one lifting the trophy on Sunday night but, as we all know, that wasn’t the case. However, I do think he will come here in a good frame of mind and gets my two thumbs up here this week.

Jordan Spieth 28/1

I have decided to back young Jordan again this week as he is just playing so fantastically well. He has demonstrated that he can play steady and confidently on the game’s biggest stages against the world’s best players. He shot an amazing final round 62 in The Deutsche Bank and, to my relief, secured a tied 4th finish to get me a place on him. In his last 6 events, he has a win at The John Deere Classic, which is very close by in Silvis, Illionois. A tied 44th Finish at The Open, MC at The PGA, lost in a playoff at The Wyndham, Tied 19th finish at The Barclays and a tied 4th finish at The Deutsche Bank. This young man is playing fantastic golf at the moment. He’s already won once in this state and could add his second PGA Tour title any day now and it could very well be here at Conway Farms.

Graham DeLaet 40/1

DeLaet is another player having a fantastic season so far, with 7 top 10’s already under his belt. In his last two events, he has finished tied 2nd at The Barclays and solo 3rd in The Deutsche Bank. He also finished Tied 9th at The Farmers back in January, tied 9th at The Honda Classic in March, solo 3rd at The Travellers and tied 8th at The AT&T National. Stats wise, he ranks 20th in Driving Distance, 28th in Driving Accuracy, 3rd in GIR, 14th in Birdie Average, 20th in Scoring Average and 1st in Total Driving. He is playing very steady golf and the moment and will be coming into this event feeling confident after 2 top 3’s in his last 2 events. He certainly has the talent and potential to bag his first win on the PGA Tour here this week. One to watch.

Zach Johnson 40/1

As I mentioned in The Deutsche Bank betting preview the week before last, ZJ is on a fabulous run of form at the moment with 5 top 10’s in his last 6 starts. He had one poor round last week which came on Friday, shooting a disappointing round of 72 which, to be fair, isn’t too bad. He then followed that up with two good rounds of 67 and 66. He might be feeding off the good vibes of TPC Deere Run back in July, where he came so close to victory, only to fall at the last hurdle in a playoff to Jordan Spieth. He ranks 10th in Driving Accuracy, 31st in GIR, 35th in Scoring Average, 6th in GIR Percentage from 125-150 yards and 9th in Approaches from 50-75 yards. At The Deutsche bank, he co-led in fairways hit and ranked tied 7th in GIR. He has risen 53 spots to 48th in strokes gained-putting over his last six starts. Speaks for itself really….

Justin Rose 20/1

After a mediocre week at TPC Boston, I think Justin should be back to full flight this week after a week off after The Deutsche Bank. With only 2 missed cuts in 15 events, he has been playing very steady all season. As I said in The Deutsche Bank Preview, only for the fact he missed a few putts, I reckon he could’ve won The Barclays, but in the end finished in a respectable tie for 2nd. He has had 6 top 10’s this season including winning his first major in The US Open at Merion. His stats are none too shabby, ranking an impressive 3rd in Scoring Average, 10th in GIR, 4th in Sand Saves, 24th in Driving Distance, 3rd in Par 5 or Better Leaders, 1st in Approaches from 200 yards and 6th in The All Around. I think he should be a huge contender here come Sunday night.

Final Selections:

Steve Stricker 20/1 3pts ew/6 pts total
Jordan Spieth 28/1 2pts ew/4 pts total
Graham DeLaet 40/1 1pt ew/2pts total
Zach Johnson 40/1 1pt ew/2pts total
Justin Rose 201 1.5pts ew/3pts total
Total Staked: 17 pts

Good Luck and enjoy the golf.

DoubleBogey6 Follow me on Twitter @Doublebogey63

Deutsche Bank Championship Betting Preview – FedEx Cup Playoffs

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Deutsche Bank Championship – FedEx Cup Playoffs

August 30 – September 2, 2013 , TPC Boston, Norton, MA
Field: Top 100 FedExCup Pts. Standings
Purse: $8,000,000

Phil Mickelson 14/1

I have to say, last Sunday at The Barclays I thought Phil was phenomenal shooting that final round 65 to get himself into the top 10 coming from miles behind. Phil has had an absolutely amazing season so far with a win at The Open in Muirfield, a win at The Pheonix Open back in Feb, tied 2nd in The US Open in Merion, tied 2nd at The FedEx St Jude, solo 3rd at The Wells Fargo and tied 3rd at The WGC Cadillac in March. That’s 2 wins, 2 seconds and 2 thirds for Mickelson so far. He ranks 1st in Birdie Average, 7th in Scoring Average, 5th in Strokes Gained, 2nd in Par 3 Birdie or Better Leaders, 4th in Par 5 Birdie or Better Leaders and 16th in the All Around. Phil has a good record in this event, with a win in 2007, tied 10th finish in 2011 and a tied 4th finish last year. With current form combined with stats, not to mention his heroic comeback last week, I think Phil will be a big danger here at TPC Boston this week.

Justin Rose 18/1

Only for the fact he missed a few putts last week, I reckon Rosie could’ve been the winner last week at The Barclays or, at the very least, forced Adam Scott into a playoff. Justin is another player who has been very impressive so far this year winning his first Major Championship at The US Open back in June. He also finished tied 4th at The Honda Classic back in March, tied 8th at The WGC Cadillac, solo 2nd at The Arnold Palmer, tied 8th at The Memorial and tied 2nd last week at The Barclays. Statswise, Rose ranks 24th in Driving Distance, 15th in GIR, 20th in Birdie Average, 3rd in Scoring Average, 3rd in Sand Saves, 2nd in Total Driving and 5th in The All Around. If Rose gets going and starts making a few putts I think he will be a hard man to beat here and good value at 18/1.

Jordan Spieth 45/1

I am genuinely shocked to see Spieth at a massive and generous 45/1 here at TPC Boston, considering the season he is having. I backed Jordan last week at The Barclays in which he came a respectable tied 19th after a disappointing final round 73. In his last 5 events, he has been in 2 playoffs, winning one against Zach Johnson at The John Deere about a month ago and losing one (Which I was happy about because I backed Patrick Reed!!) to Patrick Reed at The Wyndham Championship. Earlier in the year Spieth had a good run of results finishing tied 2nd in Puerto Rico, tied 7th in Tampa Bay, tied 9th at The RBC Heritage, tied 7th at The Crowne Plaza and 6th at The AT&T National. He has proven he can play and compete at the highest level and I am more than happy to back him here again this week.

Zach Johson 40/1

You just can’t ignore the run of top 10’s this guy is on lately with 5 top 10’s in his last 5 events. This includes losing to Jordan Spieth in a playoff at The John Deere about 5 weeks ago, tied 4th at The Bridgestone Invitational and most recently finishing in tied 5th at The Wyndham. Johnson ranks 11th in Driving Accuracy, 36th in Scoring Average, 37th in GIR and 7th in GIR Percentage 125-150 yards. After taking a week off for his brother’s wedding last week for The Barclays, I think Zach will come to TPC Boston fresh and relaxed. With his recent run of form, I think he could go extremely well here at a very big price.

Jim Furyk 33/1

Furyk is another player showing very good form lately finishing in tied 6th last week at The Barclays only one stroke off a top 5 finish. That’s gotta be a big kick in the gentlemans region for the punter who backed him last week! That’s Furyk’s 4th top 10 finish in his last 4 starts. He finished solo 2nd at The PGA the week before last and had 2 tied 9th finishes at The Canadian Open and The Bridgestone Invitational. He ranks 6th in Driving Accuracy, 18th in Scoring Average, 14th in Approaches from 200 yards, 14th in GIR from 100-125 yards and 3rd in GIR from 75 Yards. With his form being very steady at the moment, I am more than happy to back him at 33/1.

Matt Every 80/1

Every is another form guy at the moment with 2 top 10’s in his last 2 starts. He finished tied 5th at The Wyndham and had a good finish last week at The Barclays finishing in a tied 9th. He also has 2 other top 10 finishes this season with a tied 9th finish at The Pheonix Open and a tied 4th finish at The Crowne Plaza back in May. He ranks 13th in Birdie Average, 13th in Par Breakers, 2nd in Par 4 or Better Leaders, 11th in Birdie or better conversion percentage and 6th in Total Birdies. Another guy showing good form at the moment and could be a big each way contender here this week.

Final Selections:

Phil Mickelson 2pts ew/4 pts total
Justin Rose 2pts ew/4 pts total
Jordan Spieth 1pt ew/2pts total
Zach Johnson 1pt ew/2pts total
Jim Furyk 1pt ew/2pts total
Matt Every 1pt ew/ 2pts total
Total Staked = 16 pts

Good Luck and enjoy the golf.

DoubleBogey6 Follow me on Twitter @Doublebogey63

FedEx Cup Playoffs – The Barclays Betting Preview

FedEx Cup Playoffs

The Barclays Betting Preview

Liberty National Golf Club, Jersey City, New Jersey, New York

 

Last week at The Wyndham –

What a week last week was with my outsider Patrick Reed beating Jordan Spieth on the second playoff hole to win The Wyndham Championship. Reed recovered from a drive on the par 4 10th that came a few feet from going out of bounds and stopped in some pine needles in the woods near a television cable. He took out his 7-iron, with a tricky uphill lie, he managed to keep one low under a tree branch, got it on the green and rolled it in for a birdie to win the championship. I am not going to lie, I really thought he might blow it after Spieth got that 20 footer for a par and reed missed for the birdie on the first playoff hole.  Thankfully, that wasn’t the case. To wrap up last week, that’s a 66/1 winner on Mr Reed and a place on Zach Johnson at 16/1. Let’s hope this good form continues. Now onto this week in New Jersey where the beginning of the FedEx Cup playoffs is upon us.

 

Tiger Woods 5/1

This will be the 3rd time I’ve backed Tiger in the last few weeks and I am going to take a gamble on him again here. Tiger has dominated The PGA Tour so far this season with 5 wins already tucked away in the Trophy Cabinet, not to mention a tied 6th finish at The Open Championship in Muirfield and a tied 4th finish at The Masters (in which he would have won if he wasn’t penalised). Stats wise he is 2nd in Strokes Gained Putting, 5th in Birdie Average, 1st in Scoring Average, 1st in Total Putting and 24th in GIR. He also has a decent record in this event, finishing in a tie for 12th in 2010 and only missed out in a playoff in 2009, finishing in tied 2nd. He didn’t play great at the PGA a couple of weeks ago and finished in a disappointing tie for 40th, however that wouldn’t concern me this week. If the dominating Tiger that won in Firestone is anything to go by, and after taking a week off last week, I reckon he’ll be in tip top shape here.

 

Henrik Stenson 20/1

Regular readers of this blog will know I like Henrik and I have every reason to as he rarely lets me down, getting a bunch of each way places over the last few weeks. He has 5 top 10’s  including 4 top 3 finishes in his last 5 starts on both the European and PGA Tours, including a 3rd place finish at The PGA, tied 2nd finish at The Bridgestone, 2nd at The Open Championship, tied 3rd at The Scottish Open and a tied 10th finish at The BMW international Open. Stats wise, he ranks 6th in Driving Accuracy, 2nd in GIR, 4th in Scoring Average and 3rd in Total driving and that’s just on the PGA Tour! On the European Tour, he ranks 1st in Stroke Average, 10th in Driving Distance and 8th in GIR. I really feel Henrik has the all-around game to win on any golf course and I feel it could be any day now. 20/1 is a decent price for a real contender in my opinion.

Keegan Bradley 40/1

Bradley has had a mixed kind of season so far but has had 5 top 5 finishes, including a tied 4th at The Hyundai at the start of the year, tie 4th at The Honda Classic, tied 3rd at The Arnold Palmer, 2nd at The Byron Nelson and recently he finished in tied 2nd at The Bridgestone Invitational and followed that with a tied 19th finish at the PGA Championship. Bradley ranks 7th in Driving Distance, 10th in Scoring Average, 34th in Birdie Average, 2nd in par 5 of better leaders and 3rd in the All Around. At 40/1 I think he is great value here this week and with this course measuring a lengthy 7,400 yards, this should suit the big hitting Bradley down to the ground.

 

Jason Day 28/1

What a season this man is having getting himself yet another top 10 in a major championship, finishing in tied 8th at The PGA a couple of weeks ago, making it his 3rd top 10 finish in 4 major championships this year, including a tied 2nd place finish at The US Open at Merion and a solo third place finish at The Masters in Augusta. Statswise, Day ranks 21st in Driving Distance, hitting it a decent 298.4 yards off the tee, 38th in Strokes Gained, 14th in Scoring Average and 9th in Sand Saves. Day hasn’t missed a cut all year and ranks 3rd in Consecutive cuts made making 21 in a row. Day has a decent record in this tournament over the years, finishing in tied 13th in 2011 and tied 5th in 2010. A real contender here and very well priced at 28/1.

 

Jordan Spieth 50/1

This man nearly broke my heart last week getting into a playoff with my 66/1 shot Patrick Reed. As I mentioned in the opening paragraph, I really though Reed might choke after Spieth rolled in a 20 footer for par and Reed missed a 7 footer for birdie. Thankfully, Reed won the next playoff hole but, I have to say, Jordan Spieth wasn’t going to give it to him and he fought well. After getting his first victory on The PGA Tour at The John Deere Classic a few weeks ago, Spieth also has 6 top 10’s so far, including tied 2nd in Puerto Rico, tied 7th in Tampa Bay, tied 9th at The RBC Heritage, tied 7th at The Crowne Plaza, 6th at The AT&T National and 2nd last week at The Wyndham. He ranks 20th in Driving Accuracy, 28th in Birdie Average, 15th in Scoring Average and 13th in Total Driving. Could he get another top 5 here at The Barclays? Most certainly YES.

 

Ernie Els 60/1

Ernie has had a good season so far getting a win at The BMW International Open back at the end of June. He also had a good finish at The US open in Merion the week before finishing in tied 4th in which he got me a very nice each way place at a decent price. He has come a little bit off the boil recently missing the cut at The PGA but bounced back with a top 20 finish at The Wyndham last week. Ernie finished in tied 2nd here in 2009 and could go well here after a decent performance last week.

 

Final Selections –

Tiger Woods 2pts ew/ 4pts total

Henrik Stenson 1.5pts ew/3pts total

Keegan Bradley 1pt ew/2pts total

Jason Day 1pt ew/2pts total

Jordan Spieth 1pt ew/2pts total

Ernie Els 1pt ew/2pts total

Total Staked – 15 pts

 

Good Luck and Enjoy the Golf,

 

DoubleBogey6                                                       Follow me on Twitter @Doublebogey63

Wyndham Championship Betting Preview

Wyndham Championship Betting Preview

Aug 15-18 Sedgefield CC, Greensboro, NC

 

 

Last week at Oak Hill –

What a week Mr Dufner had at Oak Hill, breaking his major duck to take the Wanamaker Trophy. He played flawless golf all week, shooting four great rounds including a second round course record of 63. I have to say, he was on my shortlist last week but I didn’t think he would go all the way so that was why I didn’t tip him. How wrong I was. It wasn’t all lost last week securing another two places in a major championship, with Stenson getting a solo third and Adam Scott finishing in tied 5th. Overall, profit was made so I can’t complain. Anyway, let’s move onto this week at The Wyndham in North Carolina.

 

 

Tim Clark 50/1

I actually backed Tim in this tournament last year when he placed solo 2nd to eventual winner Sergio Garcia. I just think this course really suits him with a solo second last year and a good finish in 2008, finishing in tied 6th. Tim’s recent form hasn’t been great with two missed cuts in his last five starts, however, there have been signs of good form, albeit a bit streaky, with three top 10’s under his belt already this season, most recently at The Crowne Plaza Invitational at the end of May, finishing in tied 7th. He also finished solo second at The Sony Open at the start of the season and tied 9th at The Accenture Matchplay. It’s important to note that Tim is 1st in Driving Accuracy on The PGA Tour this season, which will most certainly help here. He is also 10th in GIR percentage between 100-125 yards and 12th in approaches from 75-100 yards. For a player that has a good record here, he is most certainly worth considering at 50/1.

 

Chris Kirk 50/1

Kirk is another player, like Tim Clark, that could go well around here this week. Kirk had a top 10 finish at The Sanderson Farms Championship finishing in tied 9th a couple of weeks back and followed that up with a tied 21st finish at The RBC Canadian Open, so he is showing some form lately. Kirk has had 3 top 10’s this year finishing in tied 5th at The Sony Open in January, solo 2nd at The AT&T National and, most recently, tied 9th at The Sanderson Farms. Kirk ranks 24th in Strokes Gained, 10th in Birdie Average, 1st in Par 4 or better leaders, 5th in Birdie or better conversions and 6th in The All Around. Finishing tied 22nd last year with 4 good rounds of 66,69,69,67, he certainly has the game and potential to go one step further here. Very much a dark horse.

 

Patrick Reed 66/1

Reed is a really in form player at the moment with 3 top 10 finishes in his last 6 starts. He finished tied 9th at The RBC Canadian Open, tied 7th at The John Deere Classic and 5th on his own at The FedEx St Jude Classic. Stats wise he ranks 53rd in Driving Distance, 45th in Strokes Gained Putting, 14th in Sand Saves, 50th in Birdie Average and 31st in The All Around. As I said above, Reed is an in form player at the moment and I for one, was surprised to see him at such a high price considering his current form and stats, could be a serious each way contender here this week.

 

Hideki Matsuyama 33/1

This man has had a phenomenal start to his professional golf career, not finishing any higher than 21st since a missed cut in The Sony Open at the start of the year. This is the second time I’ve backed Matsuyama this season, backing him in The RBC Canadian Open, where he finished a respectable tied 16th. Two top 10’s in Major Championships this year, with a tied 10th finish at The US Open in Merion, beating some of the world’s best players, and following that with a tied 6th finish at The Open Championship in Muirfield. He had a respectable finish last week in PGA Championship finishing in a tie for 19th place. He ranks 19th in Eagles, 1st in Scoring Average, 12th in Par 3 or better leaders and 1st in Final Round Scoring Average. All in all, I reckon he is a great bet this week and is certainly worth backing at 33/1.

 

Zach Johnson 16/1

I backed Zach last week in Oak Hill where he got his 4th top 10 finish in a row, finishing in tied 8th place. The week before that he finished tied 4th at The Bridgestone Invitational, then finished tied 6th at The Open Championship at Muirfield. The week previously to that he lost in a playoff to Jordan Speith at The John Deere Classic. His 5th top 10 finish of the season so far came back in May finishing in third on his own at The Crowne Plaza Invitational. So it’s fair to say, he is most certainly an in form man at the moment. Stats wise he ranks 12th in Driving Accuracy, 60th in Strokes Gained Putting, 47th in Scoring Average and 4th in GIR Percentage between 125-150 yards. Stats combined with current form make Johnson lethal here this week, in my opinion.

 

Final Selections –

Tim Clark 1.5 pts ew/3 pts total

Chris Kirk 1pt ew/ 2 pts total

Patrick Reed 1pt ew/ 2 pts total

Hideki Matsuyama 1.5 pts ew/ 3 pts total

Zach Johnson 2pts ew/ 4 pts total

Total Staked = 14

 

Best of luck and enjoy the golf,

 

DoubleBogey6                                                                      

 

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August 8-11, Oak Hill Country Club, New York

Tiger’s Domination of Firestone –

What a week Tiger had in Firestone, winning by an impressive 7 shots over Henrik Stenson and Keegan Bradley. Let’s face it, it wasn’t a huge shocker considering he’s playing absolutely fantastic golf at the moment and given his record around Firestone, if he got away to a decent start, the rest of the field would be chasing, and that’s exactly how it played out. That’s another winner for me this week not to mention yet another place on my man of the season so far, Henrik Stenson. Overall, a very good week was had, I could get used to this….

Well it’s the last major of the year, with Oak Hill in New York playing host a second time to this illustrious tournament. Shaun Micheel won this last time it was played here on only 4 under par back in 2003, so that’ll give an indication of how tough it will be.  Oak Hill will be set up similar to the US Open at Merion with tight fairways and plenty of trees both sides so accuracy and distance off the tee will be of particular importance this week. Here are my thoughts on who to watch in The 2013 PGA Championship.

 

Tiger Woods 5/1

There’s not much I can say about Tiger that you don’t already know. He’s just having a phenomenal season so far with his fifth win of the 2013 season coming in Firestone last week, blitzing the field by 7 shots to win on 15 under. His other wins include The Farmers, The WGC Cadillac, The Arnold Palmer and The Players. In 11 starts, he has won 5 times, been in the top 10 twice at The Open Championship and The Masters, only because he was penalised in The Masters he probably would’ve won that as well. The last time he played in The PGA on this course he finished tied 39th on +12 but that wouldn’t concern me here this week. Some slight concerns are his driving accuracy and distance stats in which he is 53rd and 44th. However, he is ranked 4th in Strokes Gained, 2nd in Birdie Average, 1st in Scoring Average, 8th in Sand Saves and 8th in Total Driving. If Tiger can keep the ball on the short stuff, he will be right up there come Sunday.

 

Adam Scott 18/1

I’ve decided to take Scotty again this week, basically because he is always there or there about in the majors. He had a respectable finish last week in Firestone finishing in tied 14th. After a super performance in The Open Championship at Muirfield, finishing tied 3rd a couple of weeks ago, he is certainly a man that’s in great form at the moment. In 2003, Scott finished in tied 23rd shooting a 69 and a pair of 72’s only to shoot a disappointing 75 in the final round and without a doubt could’ve been better. After winning The Masters beating Angel Cabrera in a playoff and coming tied 3rd in The Open, Scott has two more top 10’s this season at The WGC Cadillac and The Northern Trust Open. Stats wise he ranks 21st in Driving Distance, 3rd in Scoring Average, 24th in GIR and 14th in total Driving. Stats combined with recent good form and a good overall season so far make Scott a good bet here this week and could bag yet another top 5 if not a win here in the last major of 2013.

 

Henrik Stenson 26/1

I’m going with Stenson again this week as I think he’s just a place machine at the moment with three top three finishes in his last three starts including tied 2nd last week to Tiger in Firestone (in which he got me a place), 2nd on his own in The Open Championship in (which he got me a place) and tied 3rd finish at The Scottish Open not to mention a Tied 10th finish in The BMW International Open in Germany the week before that. His European Tour stats are 4th in Stroke Average, 9th in Driving Distance and 6th in GIR. On the PGA Tour, his stats are 6th in Driving Accuracy, 2nd in GIR, 7th in Scoring Average and 4th in Total Driving. In my opinion, he’s on the cusp of a win and it very well come here at Oak Hill this week. Watch this space….

 

Webb Simpson 66/1

I have to say I thought Webb looked great in the first round in Firestone last week shooting an opening round 64 to take the lead after day one, only to fall off the pace after shooting rounds of 75,73 and finally shot a decent final round 66. I think it all boils down to consistency with his form being a little streaky at the moment but there are signs of him showing some decent form lately with a good finish at The Travellers to finish in Tied 5th. He has had a decent season so far, finishing in tied 6th at The Northern Trust Open, tied 5th the following week at the Accenture Matchplay, not to mention finishing in 2nd at The RBC Heritage back in April. If he can get a bit of consistency and shoot four good rounds he will certainly be well up there come the weekend.

 

Zach Johnson 50/1

A serious danger man here this week in my opinion. Johnson has 3 top 6’s in his last 3 events finishing in tied 4th last week at Firestone, tied 6th at The Open Championship in which he putted very poorly and finished in 2nd place at The John Deere Classic ( in which I had him backed ) only to lose in a playoff to Jordan Spieth. Johnson also had a good finish in The Crowne Plaza Invitational back in May finishing in 3rd place on his own. He ranks 12th in Driving Accuracy, hitting an average of 68.10% of fairways, which will be a big help here this week.

 

Ernie Els 90/1

Last time Ernie played Oak Hill he finished in tied 5th shooting very steady rounds of 71,70,70,71. As I expect this course to be a very similar layout to Merion, in which Ernie finished in tied 4th a couple of weeks ago, I think the big easy will dig up the good vibes he had when he played here in 2003 and have a good week. He has had a pretty good season with a win under his belt in The BMW International Open in Germany and also had a tied 6th finish at The BMW PGA in Wentworth. In his last 6 majors, Ernie has a winner and 2 top 10’s coming at the 2012 and 2013 US Open’s. At 90/1 I think he is a great each way shout.

 

Final Selections –

Tiger Woods – 3ptsEW/6pts total

Adam Scott – 2ptsEW/4pts total

Henrik Stenson – 2ptsEW/4pts total

Webb Simpson – 1.5ptsEW/3pts total

Zach Johnson – 1ptEW/2pts total

Ernie Els – 1ptEW/2pts total

 

Best of Luck and enjoy the last major of 2013.

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Firestone CC (South Course) – Akron, OH, USA

Aug. 1-4, 2013

 

Last week –

After two runner ups in a row I finally bagged myself (and hopefully you too) a winner on Brandt Snedeker in Canada last week at 16/1 getting some decent profit. After the first two rounds Kirk and Matsuyama were both going well only to fall off the pace in the final round to finish Tied 16th and Tied 21st. Overall it was a good week. Now onto this week in in Firestone.

 

 

Tiger Woods 9/2

Whenever I write about Tiger and include him in a preview I always get a feeling I’m writing about God himself, well the golfing equivalent anyway! Tiger has won this event seven times in 1999,2000,2001,2005,2006,2007 and 2009. If I’m 100 per cent honest, I expect to add 2013 to that list after Sunday given his current form. Although he played very conservatively at The Open in Muirfield and didn’t really attack any of the pins he still managed to finished tied 6th and that would’ve been a different story if the putter was hot on Sunday afternoon in my opinion.  With four wins safely tucked away in the trophy cabinet already this year including The Farmers, The WGC Cadillac, The Arnold Palmer and The Players, I expect Tiger to add his fifth this week at Firestone. Some of Tigers stats are 4th in Strokes Gained, 5th in Birdie Average, 1st in Scoring Average, 3rd in Par Breakers and 1st in the All Around. Stats, previous record and his current form makes it really hard to bet against him this week.

 

Adam Scott 20/1

What a year Adam Scott is having with a win at The Masters in Augusta and recently having a super week had at The Open Championship in Muirfield finishing in tied 3rd behind Henrik Stenson. He had a great start to the year finishing in tied 10th in The Northern Trust Open in January, Tied 3rd in The WGC Cadillac and followed that with a win at The Masters, two top 20’s in The Players and The Memorial and most recently 3rd in The Open. Statswise he is 24th in Driving Distance hitting it a decent 297.7 yards off the tee he also ranks 20th in GIR, 3rd in Scoring Average, 19th in Sand Saves and 17th in The All Around. He won this event in 2011 very convincingly and I don’t see him having a bad week here either he’s as steady as a rock these days.

 

Henrik Stenson 33/1

This man is in serious form at the moment and I expect it to continue this week at Firestone. 3 top 10’s in his last 3 events including a solo 2nd place finish in The Open championship, Tied 3rd in The Scottish Open and a tied 10th finish in The BMW International he also finished a respectable tied 5th in The Players Championship at Sawgrass and had a tied 2nd at The Houston Open a couple of weeks before. His stats on the PGA Tour so far this season read 1st in Driving Accuracy, 2nd in GIR, 3rd in Total Driving and 10th in Scoring Average. On the European Tour 9th in Driving Distance, 6th in GIR and 5th in Stroke Average, all of those stats will make him a very dangerous man around Firestone. If you’re a regular reader of this blog you’ll know I have backed Stenson a couple of times this season and he has rarely let me down. I feel very comfortable backing him here at 33/1. Very very comfortable….

 

Dustin Johnson 25/1

I’ve been keeping an eye on Dustin over the last few weeks and I really felt he played well last week and thought if anyone was going to snatch the title from my boy Snedeker it was going to be Dustin Johnson. However, thankfully, that wasn’t the case with Johnson taking a costly Triple Bogey on 17 to drop himself right out of it. I wasn’t upset to see that happen at the time I have to say but it was rather unfortunate. That being said I reckon he is playing well at the moment winning a Tournament earlier in the year at The Hyundai, finished tied 4th at The Houston Open, Tied 10th at The FedEx St Jude and most recently finishing tied 2nd last week in Canada and had a respectable Open Championship the week before with 2 very good rounds shooting 68,72 but sadly falling off the pace in rounds 3 and 4 shooting 76,77. The big hitting Johnson ranks 5th in Driving Distance hitting it a long 304.1 yards off the tee, 17th in Birdie Average and 21st in Scoring Average. With a good finish last week and length very much on his side, I reckon his game should set up well for Firestone.

 

Jason Day 33/1

This guy has had an absolutely superb season so far with 5 top 10’s already under his belt and I reckon he’s not far off his first win of the season and it could easily be any day now given his form. Day really stands up to the plate at the big events and has proved that finishing an impressive solo 3rd at The Masters and finishing tied 2nd at The US Open in a very tricky Merion. He also finished 6th in Pebble Beach at The AT&T in Feb and followed that up a week later with a solo 3rd finish in WGC Accenture Matchplay. Day ranks 18th in Driving Distance, 21st in Strokes Gained, 23rd in Sand Saves and 13th in Scoring Average. Finished 4th here in 2011 and has the game to be a huge threat here this week.

 

Angel Cabrera 66/1

I have to say I was surprised to see Cabrera at such a big price here this week given the way he’s playing. He had a very respectable tied 11th finish at The Open Championship a couple of weeks back not to mention losing in a playoff to Adam Scott in The Masters back in April, Cabrera does perform in the bigger events and he is another player who should suit Firestone with decent length off the tee. He has 2 top 4 finishes at this event in his last 5 appearances finishing tied 4th in 2009 the year he won The Masters and tied 4th again in 2006. He seems to like fast and pacey greens and combined with previous performances on this course, I think he is a very good shout around here.

 

Final Selections –

Tiger Woods 3pts EW/6pts Total

Adam Scott 2pts EW/4pts Total

Henrik Stenson 1.5pts EW/3pts Total

Dustin Johnson 1ptEW/2pts Total

Jason Day 1ptEW/2pts Total

Angel Cabrera 1ptEW/2pts Total

 

Total Staked= 19 pts

 

Good Luck and enjoy the golf,

DoubleBogey6

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Glen Abbey Golf Club, Oakville, Ontario

Par 72, 7,253 Yards

 

Last week in Muirfield –

What a week it was in Muirfield with the eventual and deserving winner Phil Mickelson lifting the Claret Jug for the first time shooting a hugely impressive final round 66 carding 3 birdies in the last 6 holes to clinch victory. I have to say I did feel a bit sorry for Lee Westwood having played so well all week only to fall off the pace in the final round to end his hopes of victory. It seemed to me he never really got going at all, he didn’t seem to have the raging fire in his belly like he did in round 2 and 3 shooting 68,70 and then finally shooting a disappointing 75 on Sunday to drop right out of it. However I’m delighted to see him finally putting well and with a lot of confidence. Given his record in majors, I don’t think we’ve seen the last of him especially with this new magical putting stroke. On the bright side it wasn’t too bad of week for me getting a place on Mr Stenson at 45/1 getting me a 12.5/1 place which I will take any day although I did have a feeling after about 10 or 11 holes that he might just nudge it by one or maybe go to a playoff. Sadly for me, that wasn’t the case. That’s 2 runner ups in the last 2 weeks, I’m beginning to feel like the bridesmaid and never the bride. Anyway onto this week in Ontario.

 

Graham DeLaet 33/1

I backed Graham in AT&T a few weeks back and he got a top 10 finishing in tied 8th. I have had my beady eye on him for a while now and I reckon this could be his week to shine in his national open. He has 2 top 10’s in his last 4 starts including a solo third in The Travellers and a tied 8th finish in The AT&T. After a disappointing week in Muirfield he will feel a lot more comfortable coming back to home turf and playing on the softer conditions. His stats are pretty good ranking an impressive 1st in GIR, 14th in Driving Distance, 24th in Birdie Average, 19th in Scoring Average and 2nd in Total Driving. DeLaet has 5 top 10’s this season only missing 3 cuts in 20 starts. If his steady season is anything to go by I think he has the potential to be a big danger man here this week.

 

Hideki Mastuyama 33/1

This man was hugely impressive last week in Muirfield finishing in a very respectable tie for 6th. For a guy that has turned pro not that long ago, his tee to green game last week was flawless and he was a genuine contender on Sunday. I saw a few respectable blokes on Twitter tipping him to be top Asian which was a super bet and I congratulate them. Hideki has 2 top 10’s in his last 3 starts which include finishing in a tie for 10th at The US Open in Merion which got the better of some of the game’s best players and then followed that up with a tied 6th finish on the equally tricky Muirfield. Those performances from a rookie are, in my opinion and I’m sure many others, very impressive. Keep an eye on this kid because I reckon the best is yet to come. Can he make a 3 top 10’s in a row here or even go one better? In a word…. YES.

 

Chris Kirk 50/1

Kirk has 3 top 10’s so far this season 2 of which came earlier in the year at The Sony Open in Hawaii finishing in tied 5th and at The AT&T National Pro-Am in which he finished solo 2nd. His third came last week where he had a great finish in The Sanderson Farms Championship shooting a final round 69 to finish in tied 9th. Kirk’s stats are none too shabby ranking 22nd in Strokes Gained Putting, 10th in Birdie Average, 17th in Scoring Average, Par 4 Birdie or better leaders 3rd, Birdie or better Conversion 3rd and 10th in the All Around. He also finished tied 4th here last year shooting an impressive third round 63. He will be coming into this event full of confidence after a good performance at The Sanderson Farms and is well worth a shout at 50/1 and could well be up there come Sunday.

 

Scott Stallings 66/1

Stallings has performed poorly over the last few weeks missing 3 cuts in his last 4 starts but before that was raking up the top 5’s with 3 in a row with back to back Tied 4th finishes coming at The Crowne Plaza Invitational then another one at The Memorial. He then followed that up with a tied 2nd finish at The FedEx St Jude Classic a week later. Before performing well at these 3 events he had 4 missed cuts in a row so it’s fair to say he’s a little bit streaky! He had a good finish here in 2012 finishing in tied 7th and I have a feeling he might go well here on a course that sets up well for him.

 

Brandt Snedeker 16/1

The likeable Sneds had a respectable week at The Open last week finishing in tied 11th after a poor second round 79 which dropped him right out of contention but he fought back well. He seems to be coming back into some form lately finishing Tied 17th at The US Open in Merion, Tied 8th at The AT&T and most recently tied 11th at The Open Championship. Before that he had 2 missed cuts both coming at The Memorial and The FedEx St Jude but he is coming back to full flight. With one win and a string of top 10’s already this season I think Sneds is a huge danger man here. He played this course in 2009 and finished 5th so there’s no reason why he can’t go all the way here in my opinion.

 

Daniel Summerhays 50/1

This man is in great form at the moment and was very unlucky not to win last week in The Sanderson Farms Championship losing in a playoff. Before last week he had 2 top 10 finishes both coming at The John Deere Classic finishing in tied 4th shooting an impressive third round 62 and the week before he finished Tied 9th at The Greenbrier so it’s fair to say he’s playing well. His stats are fairly poor all season but the guy is clearly on a run of good form and I for one am going to put him on my list of runners this week. Get him while he’s hot!

Final Selections:

Graham DeLaet 33/1 1.5pts EW 3pts total

Hideki Mastuyama 33/1 1 pt EW 2pts Total

Chris Kirk 50/1 1pt EW 2pts total

Scott Stallings 66/1 0.5pts EW 1pt total

Brandt Snedeker 16/1 1.5pts EW 3pts total

Daniel Summerhays 50/1 0.5pts EW 1pt total

 

Total Staked = 12 pts

 

The best of luck this week and enjoy the golf.

 

DoubleBogey6