Justin Rose is favourite to land the Zurich Classic but will any of our experts be backing the Brit at TPC Louisiana in our weekly selection of each-way bets? Read on to find out...
"Jeff Overton has shown a bit of form this season, with two top 10 finishes to date - including last time out at the Valero Texas Open - and is worth chancing this time around in a weak looking renewal."
Joe Dyer - Back Camilo Villegas @ 67.066/1
Camilo Villegas is a high-class performer who is determinedly pulling himself out of a sustained period in the doldrums. Formerly ranked as high as seventh in the world, the Colombian lost his Tour card last year. An attempt to retain that card at Q School was unsuccessful (by two shots) and he relies on exemptions now. That lowly status appears to have fired him up however, with top 20 finishes in three of the last four events. Greens in Reg is this three-time Tour winner's strength and that should stand him in good stead this week.
Paul Krishnamurty - Back John Rollins @ 71.070/1
On the basis that you can't argue with repeat course form, three-time PGA Tour winner John Rollins should give each-way punters a good run at 70/1. He's made the top-25 on all five previous visits to TPC Louisiana, registering his best result when seventh last year. Recent form is fair with three top-20s in his last six starts, all in high-class company at Riviera, Bay Hill and Redstone.
Steve Rawlings - Back Graham Delaet @ 61.060/1
We're getting a better price than expected on Graham Delaet after the Canadian missed the cut last week. But it's easy to forgive one bad performance especially as he ranks in the top-10 for two key stats this week - Greens in Regulation and Par 5 Performance. Delaet was in contention throughout at this tournament last year before finishing a very respectable fourth. His game is improving all the time and he's more consistent these day so it's hard to ignore his each way claims at 60/1.
Mike Norman - Back Jimmy Walker @ 46.045/1
I'm a big fan of Jimmy Walker, but arguably his worst performance of the season was when I backed him to go well at the Shell Houston Open at the end of March, so you've been warned. He's made 10 consecutive cuts this season and currently leads the par-4 scoring average. Surprisingly for someone who hits it so long he doesn't birdie nearly enough of the par-5s that he should; if he could he'd go very close to winning. Three top-10 finishes this season, and seven top-30s, demonstrate his consistency, and he's easily in better form now than he was when finishing T18 here last year. Should go well.
Dan Geraghty - Back Jeff Overton @ 46.045/1
I remember the 2010 version of this event like it was yesterday, Jeff 'Boom Baby' Overton's quest to break his PGA Tour duck was foiled by an inspired Jason Bohn. Overton did little wrong that year, firing a final round 66 on his way to finishing second and the American has a solid record at TPC Louisiana in general, including another top 20 last year. He's shown a bit of form this season, with two top 10 finishes to date - including last time out at the Valero Texas Open - and is worth chancing this time around in a weak looking renewal.