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This week in the Champions Tour, it is the SAS Championship.
It was this time last year that Kirk Triplett delivered for us. We tipped him to win the SAS Championship last year at 22/1 odds, and he duly delivered:
That was an excellent win, and we hope to be repeating it this year. Feels like forever since we last had a win in the Champions Tour – although it was only 2 months ago with Bernhard Langer.
Let’s check out the betting odds:
SAS Championship 2015 Betting Odds:
- Colin Montgomerie: 9/2
- Bernhard Langer: 6/1
- Kenny Perry: 8/1
- Jeff Maggert: 12/1
- Tom Lehman: 14/1
- Woody Austin: 16/1
- Scott Dunlap: 22/1
- David Frost: 28/1
- Kevin Sutherland: 30/1
- Michael Allen: 30/1
Marco Dawson is also 30/1.
SAS Championship Betting Tip #1: Kenny Perry
First of all there are two people we like to straight out win – the 6/1 Bernhard Langer and the 8/1 Kenny Perry. This is very iffy and we can’t really choice. You all know Langer. He’s played 15 tournaments this season and finished in the top 10 in every one. However he can’t seem to close and only has the one win this season which is really crazy to think about.
So instead we’re tipping Kenny Perry. At 8/1 we feel he has what it takes. He showed up big time to take home the 3M Championship. He’s also got a solid course history with a 3rd and an 11th – and it’s all about consistency. he’s had a round hitting 72 each time in the last 2 years – and if he can just stay under he has a good chance of the win.
However there are a lot of other contenders so we’re taking half a unit Perry to win.
SAS Championship Betting Tip #2: David Frost
The South African David Frost has been on fire lately. He came in 3rd in the Dick’s Sporting Goods Open, and also came tied for 6th at the Nature Valley at Pebble Beach.
He’s also got two excellent results in the last 2 years at this course which is 8th and 2nd. We’re going to take half unit on Frost to win and E/W.
SAS Championship Betting Tip #3: Kirk Triplett
Hey, he did it for us last year. He’s been very poor this season but this is a course that seems to suit him. We’re feeling lucky so going for a half unit to win and E/W, but honestly it’s probably safer to bet a quarter unit.
SAS Championship Betting Tip #4: Michael Allen
Finally we will take Michael Allen who has been in excellent form all season. He’s only cracked the top 3 once and that was at the beginning fo the season. We think he’s able to sneak into the Top 5 here and 30/1 makes him just worth a play.