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Hi everyone and welcome to this weeks golf tips where we’ll be focused on The Players Championship.
Nothing to write home about at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
I did say “Former winner Leishman could come out of nowhere” and he was able to do so. With a stronger final round he could have taken that one and he will be frustrated.
Scottie Scheffler at 100/1 was our best performer as he finished tied for 15th.
He started off with a 67 round but couldn’t follow it up with 74-75-75. Kevin Na had that brutal 79 3rd round to blow him out of contention.
Oh well onto this week.
The Players Championship 2020 Betting Tips:
Always a fun tournament. When Si Woo Kim won a couple years back he was 500/1. Man that’d be a nice one to bet a unit on eh?
At Bet365 e/w is paying 6 places which is what I will factor in this week.
Bryson Dechambeau: 20/1. 1/4u to win & E/W. He is just playing some damn good golf right now. We haven’t seen him win in awhile but three top 5 performances. He’s not performed badly at this course coming 37th and 20th. He should be a strong contender here.
Webb Simpson: 28/1. 1/4u to win & E/W. A previous winner here. Honestly more than anything else, Webb just stands out far beyond in the metrics and stats for this tournament. Just one of those picks that by the numbers I feel I need a bet on him.
Daniel Berger: 66/1. 1/8u to win & E/W. Another golfer who is performing very hot. He also had a great finish here in 2016. Unfortunately that was before the course changes. Since then he’s not performed too great. Current performance however and at that price I’ve gotta back him.
Matt Kuchar: 55/1. 1/8u to win & E/W. Playing well, stands out on the metrics just enough for me to back him here. Hasn’t performed too badly the last two tournaments here.
Those are the 4 I liked the most. I’ve decided to round it out to a 1u play however with two additional picks.
Hideki Matsuyama: 28/1. 1/8u to win & E/W. Not someone I enjoy betting and I’ve wrote about it before. I just don’t think he has the drive to be a champion. However he’s had solid form lately, performed well here last year in 8th and I’ll go with him.
Tommy Fleetwood: 25/1. 1/8u to win & E/W. For this last pick I primarily looked at course form, then matched it up with existing form and the numbers and he popped up.