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First of all for those wondering – we aren’t covering the European Tour or the LPGA this week.
The European Tour just has too many unknowns – especially with it being such a new tournament and there not being much course form to go on – unfortunately we have to skip that one. Pity as it should be a fun tournament to watch.
We’re also skipping the LPGA. We just didn’t feel there was enough data for it. FYI for all our LPGA followers we’ll hopefully be back next week and we DID have a nice little win last week:
Nothing huge but money is money.
We’re also changing the way we bet to focus more on the whole cashout feature. Might be a temporary change but check out the PGA tips for everything about that.
Right – this week it’s the Boeing Classic in the Champions Tour.
54 holes, played at the TPC Snoqualmie Ridge in Washington. One two time winner which is Tom Kite. Bernhard Langer also won here back in 2010 and a combination of that win and his current form this year makes him the favourite at a very low 4/1.
Speaking of let’s check out the odds:
Boeing Classic 2015 Betting Odds:
- Bernhard Langer: 4/1
- Jeff Maggert: 6/1
- Fred Couples: 7/1
- Scott Dunlap: 12/1
- Marco Dawson: 16/1
- Woody Austin: 16/1
- Kevin Sutherland: 18/1
- Michael Allen: 22/1
- Joe Durant: 25/1
- Stephen Ames: 25/1
Boeing Classic Betting Tip #1: Gene Sauers
Sauers hasn’t really impressed this season despite looking good early on. However his form is coming together and he’s managed to get 27th at the 3M Championship followed by 19th at the Shaw Charity Classic.
His course form is excellent, with a 3rd place last year and tied for 4th the year prior. He’s really figured out this course.
We’ll be doing a half unit bet spilt over Sauers to win, and Sauers for a Top 5 finish.
Boeing Classic Betting Tip #2: Scott Dunlap
He’s amongst the favourites and Dunlap is partly to pick due to his form. A great finish at the Shaw Charity Classic where Maggert was just exceptional and Monty had that insane first day.
He won here last year and he did very, very well. He’s one of the top favourites for a reason and we’re going to take him here.