Our golf experts preview this week's Andalucia Masters and Tour Championships providing tips for first round leader, outsiders to back, outright winner and more...
"Valderrama has always demanded great accuracy from tee-to-green, and has an abundance of cork trees running alongside its narrow fairways."
The European Tour starts its three-week Iberian swing with a welcome return to Valderrama for the Andalucia Masters. Steve Rawlings previews the event and recommends three bets.
He says: "It's a quirky little track so it stands to reason that course form holds up well and backing first-timers is risky."
Back Rasmus Højgaard @ [19.0]
After going close with a 55/1 shot last week, Matt Cooper returns with three each-way selections for Andalucia, with the Betfair Sportsbook paying seven places...
He says: "Hill's Greens in Regulation rank has improved from 16th to 13th to fifth in the last three weeks."
Dave Tindall discusses the field for the tournament at Valderrama and recommends three players to back for a fast start on Thursday.
He says: "Larrazabal was the first-round leader here thanks to a 66 in 2010, third after 18 holes in 2017 and sixth following the R1 action in 2016."
Andy Swales provides the lowdown on the Valderrama course as he explains what it might take to win there. Our man also updates us on the players' form.
He says: "Valderrama has always demanded great accuracy from tee-to-green, and has an abundance of cork trees running alongside its narrow fairways. Water hazards are only present on three holes, although the venue's small, fast and undulating greens allow for little margin of error."
Paul Krishnamurty weighs up the fields for the events in Spain and America and picks three players to back at odds of 99/1 or bigger.
He says: "Among these over the past six months, Brown ranks seventh for greens in regulation. He topped that stat here last year and its importance is obvious in these conditions."
Back Steven Brown 1u @ [170.0]
Place order to lay 10u @ [10.0]
The Tour Championship - the final event of the PGA season and the FedEx Cup decider - starts on Friday.
Steve says: "I'm going to swerve Daniel Berger at around [36.0] but I'm more than happy to chance Bryson DeChambeau, Hideki Matsuyama, Harris English and Sungjae Im at really juicy prices."
Back Bryson DeChambeau @ [34.0]
Andy Swales explains what we can expect from the course at East Lake, Georgia, as well as assessing the players' form.
He says: "Rory McIlroy is a two-time champion here, while the other standout course specialist is the consistent Xander Schauffele, winner in 2017 and runner-up 12 months ago."