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Well the Players Championship was something else huh?
Last week we had Viktor Hovland to finish in the Top 20 which he did for a $125 profit. Not enough for us to be profitable for the week but man I am happy to escape with any sort of cash after that mess of a tournament.
For the record I look at weather forecasts beforehand. Always important to do so and I even cited that last week when I mentioned Brooks. Alas that was just mental and it was what it was.
Props to Cameron Smith. Tee off times is something I’ll never really consider and not to take anything away from the lad but man he got the advantage there big time with that.
Let’s look ahead to this weeks tournament:
Valspar Championship 2022 Betting Tips:
E/W (Each-Way) bets mean you split that amount. So if it is a $250 E/W bet, that means $125 on them to win, $125 on them to place (Usually in the Top 5)
He doesn’t pop up on the metrics at all but $100 on Dustin Johnson to win at 16/1 E/W. He’s one of those guys that when he wants to win sometimes he just goes out and does it and I just get that vibe from him that he does that this tournament. Odds are nice.
$100 on Viktor Hovland to Win at 10/1
I don’t feel his odds are worth betting at E/W. He is crushing it, he pops up top 5 on the metrics I run for this course. Feel like he has what it takes to win. Happy to back him.
$62.50 on Sam Burns 25/1 E/W
Last years winner. Hate betting repeat winners BUT he is playing well and suits this course. One where a Top 10/20 bet may be safer but I just kind of like him E/W here.
$62.50 on Abraham Ancer E/W 30/1
Another one where Top 10/20 may be the safer play. Well it always is but you know what I mean. Not like he is crushing it right now or anything