Our free golf betting tips this week are once again from @gbenno79 who picked out the winner of last weeks Fry.com event on the PGA tour at a belting 30/1, for the Shiners Hospitals For Children event this week we have free each way golf betting tips at 25/1 too 125/1, good luck to us all!!
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Shriners Hospitals For Children Open : Delaet The Danger
Venue : TPC Summerlin, 7,243 yards, par 71. TPC Summerlin opened in 1991 as a collaboration of Bobby Weed and Fuzzy Zoeller, The course is a private golf club in Nevada Las Vegas just a few miles from the world famous Vegas strip. The course’s strength lies in its final four holes full of risk/reward – the driveable par-4 15th, the par-5 16th, the water-lined par-3 17th and a strong par-4 No. 18. Recent upgrades have added bunkers at No. 18.
Last Five Winners
2012 – R.Moore
2011 – K.Na
2010 – J.Byrd
2009 – M.Laird
2008 – M.Turnesa
Inside The Field : Currently there are 132 golfers expected to start the event which includes 12 Major winners and 6 World Golf Champ Winners. Zach Johnson, winner of last months BMW Championship, heads a lineup that includes four of the top 30 players in this weeks world rankings. Zach is No.11 in the rankings, joined by No. 24 Webb Simpson, No. 27 Nick Watney and No. 30 Hideki Matsuyama. Ryan Moore the local hero will also be here to defend his title which he claimed here in October 2012.
72 HOLE RECORD : 260, RYAN MOORE ( 2012 )
18 HOLE RECORD : 61, DAVIS LOVE ( 2001 ) 61, TAG RIDINGS ( 2004 ) 61, HUNTER HAAS ( 2011 )
61, RYAN MOORE ( 2012 )
This is the second tournament on the PGA Tour this season. Last weeks Frys.com Open winner, Jimmy Walker, who won his first PGA Tour event had reasonable 2013 form and I am using the same formula for this weeks Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, here at TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas.
Tips for this Week=
Graham DeLaet 25/1 Each Way
Canadian born Graham, has been playing some great golf over the last few months, playing particularly well in the FedEx Cup Play-Off Series. DeLaet came 2nd at the Barclays event back in August, having been beaten by Adam Scott by a solitary shot and narrowly missing out at the Deutsche Bank Championship the following week. He was selected for the recent Presidents Cup Team, so hasn’t really had a break from golf over recent months. Notably, Graham has never won on the PGA Tour, but he did win on the Sunshine Tour in October 2009.
Charles Howell III 80/1 Each Way
“Chucky Three Sticks” has not won on the PGA Tour since 2007. Charles was rated as one of the up and coming golfers in the early noughties and proved this by winning his first PGA Tour title at the Michelob Championship in October 2002. Over the last few years Charles has become a bit of a journeyman, but this week, I feel he already has the skills to make the frame in another low-key event. So far this calendar year, he has amassed six top 10 finishes and had a top 10 finish here back in 2008.
Matt Jones 50/1 Each Way
Since turning professional in 2001, Australian born Matt Jones, has yet to notch up his first PGA Tour win. However, he did show signs that a win for him, is just around the corner. His best finish this season, came at the Greenbrier Classic back in July, where he finished tied second with last weeks champion, Jimmy Walker. Matt also finished off the FedEx Play-Off Series, with a top 10 finish in the BMW Championship in a high class field.
Rory Sabbatini 125/1 Each Way
South African born, Rory Sabbatini, has won 6 PGA Tour tournaments since joining the tour in 1999. Rory seems to find some form between the months of July and August, finishing 5 times in the top 20, which suggests that the fiery Sabbatini, has got his game back on track and hopefully he can reproduce one of his recent good finishes here at TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas. Rory has already notched up nine top 20 finishes this year.
Patrick Reed 66/1 Each Way
Reed, got into the winners circle for the first time at the Wyndham Championship back in August by beating golfs new wonderkid, Jordan Spieth, in a play-off only weeks after Spieth made history by being the first teenager in 82 years to win on the PGA Tour. Caddied by his wife, the easy going Reed, appears to take a rather laid back approach to his golf. When Reed has a good week, he generally finishes in the top 10, which has been five times in 2013 so far.
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