Honda Classic 2020 Betting Tips

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Only 3 minor plays yesterday although we almost had a surprise win.

DeChambeau came 2nd in the WGC Mexico. I did mention him but felt his odds just didn’t justify it. Good to see him up there though. We had Webb Simpson there but he just couldn’t get going last week. It would have been a good day for the sportsbooks no doubt on Sunday with none of the big 4 winning.

We came razor close in the Puerto Rico Open with the 30/1 Matthew Nesmith to get in the Top 5. Alas he finished tied for 6th. Our other pick there David Hearn didn’t make the cut.

So alas February will end with just the one win which was the 30/1 Bubba Watson to cash in the Phoenix Open.

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Honda Classic 2020 Betting Tips:

The ability to absolutely hammer the ball and then scrambling seems to be the two main metrics here.

Byeong-Hun An: 33/1. 1/2u to win & E/W . Right on top of all the metrics for me. A 5th place here two years ago. Playing well. i think he should at least be able to make the top 10 here.

Daniel Berger: 33/1. 1/2u to win & E/W. A 2nd place here a few years back. In some fine form at the moment. Right up there on the metrics and this just seems like a time for him to play well here. He’s playing some great golf.

Harris English: 60/1. 1/8u to win & E/W. Stands out on the metrics as a solid contender. Never cracked the top 10 here. Haven’t seen him play in a bit but he looked good at the Phoenix Open. Some of his better performances to seem to come after a short break.

Gary Woodland: 20/1. 1/8u to win & E/W.Gary is quite rightly among the favourites here and he is the 4th favourite to win odds wise. He’s playing well, he stands out on the metrics, he can handle Bermudagrass, he’s had finishes here in the past and was 2nd at the PGA National a few years back. I’d bet more if he was say 25/1 or above.

Lee Westwood: 66/1. 1/4u to win & E/W. Been a long time since he playd this course as he hasn’t played in 4 years. However he always performs well here, is coming off that Abu Dhabi win, will be able to handle the wind and played well in Mexico. A nice and easy value play.

Tom Hoge: 100/1. 1/8u to win & E/W.. Honestly I decided to round it out to a full unit bet and looked at my list to see what underdogs were on it. It was between Hoge, Cauley and Kitayama and I decided to go with Hoge.

One Oman Open bet which is Benjamin Hebert to win & E/W. 1/8u. 40/1. If you want something different – I don’t normally post non-PGA and European bets – the New Zealand Open the 35/1 Michael Hendry might be worth a bet after his recent form took an upswing. I am doing 1u on him with the price and his form.