This week the PGA Tour moves to North Carolina for the Wyndham Championship while the European Tour goes to Wales for the Celtic Classic. Our experts recommend their bets...
"When winning here, Ryan Moore started out with a 64 to sit second after 18 holes and he occupied that same spot when firing a R1 63 on his last appearance two years ago."
The Punter offers his in-depth preview, discussing the event's history, the course and the players who could make an impact at Sedgefield.
He says: "At number 149 in the FedEx Cup standings, Aaron Wise is in need of another good week but judging by his performance in the Barracuda Championship last time out, where he finished eighth, ranking 11th for DA, first for GIR and sixth for Putting Average, he may well have one."
Back Aaron Wise @ [160.0]
The Wyndham, has Paul Krishnamurty explains in his search for a long odds winner, been a goldmine for outsiders. You'll want to know who our man is backing then.
Paul says: "Bryan was rapidly rising the world rankings before a shoulder injury curtailed his career. At 199 on the FedEx list (but clearly capable of better) he's just the type to pop up in this event."
Interested in betting on the first round leader? Dave Tindall has three selections to make a fast start at Sedgefield.
He says: "When winning here, Ryan Moore started out with a 64 to sit second after 18 holes and he occupied that same spot when firing a R1 63 on his last appearance two years ago."
The Celtic Classic gets the Punter preview treatment as Steve turns his attention to this week's event at Celtic Manor in Wales.
Steve says: "There are too many examples of players performing well here and at Le Golf National in Paris for it to be a coincidence. For starters, Graeme McDowell, Thongchai Jaidee and Alex Noren have won here and the Open de France in Paris."
Back Kurt Kitayama @ [32.0]
Matt Cooper has three each-way selections for the Celtic Classic which are well worth checking out with the Betfair Sportsbook paying seven places.
He says: "It all hints that Stone's best golf will be an excellent fit this week."
No tips as such but Andy Swales provides the key stats about the players' form and course info for those wishing to get involved in the betting at Celtic Manor.
He says: "Jamie Donaldson will try to turn back the clock at a venue where he has previously posted a brace of top-eight finishes. The 44-year-old has shown some decent form at the Forest of Arden (T-15) and Hanbury Manor (T-14) these past couple of weeks."
Andy also provides the stats for the Wyndham.