Get in-depth previews and tips from our golf experts for the Northern Trust at TPC Boston and the Wales Open at Celtic Manor...
"It may be hard to win back-to-back but we’re witnessing golf in unprecedented times and if a fully focused and in-form Horsfield lines up on Thursday, he’s most definitely the one they all have to beat."
Steve Rawlings provides his in-depth pre-tournament take on the PGA Tour event at TPC Boston.
He says: "With a major, two FedEx Cup Playoff titles, a Tournament of Champions, and two WGCs to his name, Reed seems to rise to the occasion in the bigger events and it would be no surprise to see him take this title for a third time."
Back Patrick Reed @ [34.0]
Dave Tindall is picks three each-way selections for the action TPC Boston.
Dave says: "Aussies have a good record at TPC Boston... Adam Scott was the original trailblazer on the Arnold Palmer course design... "
Andy says: ""A quick look at the list of champions at TPC Boston, shows that few outsiders ever win over Palmer's course. Over the years, driving accuracy has not been a particularly key stat in Boston where the ability to scramble successfully appears to hold a greater significance."
Dave Tindall comes up with a trio of outsider picks for the PGA Tour FedEx Cup Playoffs opener at TPC Boston.
He says: "Lefty will want to keep his game sharp in the build up to the US Open and a three-figure price on this course where spraying it off the tee isn't a big issue could easily be underestimating him."
Of course, golf betting isn't just about backing a winner of a tournament, there are many markets you can wager in and one of the most popular is the First Round Leader market, where you can get a big price about a player to lead at the end of day one.
Dave Tindall previews the FRL market at TPC Boston, and he fancies Justin Rose to blossom on Thursday. Check out his full preview and tips at the above link.
After Sam Horsfield's win in the Celtic Classic last week, the European Tour remains at Celtic Manor for the Wales Open and Steve thinks we might see the same winner.
He says: "It may be hard to win back-to-back but we're witnessing golf in unprecedented times and if a fully focused and in-form Horsfield lines up on Thursday, he's most definitely the one they all have to beat."
Back Sam Horsfield @ [16.0]
Matt Cooper looks for players to back each-way at Celtic Manor and comes up with three, including a Finn on the rise.
He says: "Korhonen seems to be an excellent example of a golfer for whom the fight to establish himself was not exhausting, but defining."
Andy studies the stats, drawing on course characteristics history as well as the latest form, to help you decide who to back at Celtic Manor this week.
He says: "Two golfers in the field whose stats look pretty solid at present are Andy Sullivan and Gavin Green."