Get the best bets from our golf experts for this week's two PGA Tour events - the WGC Dell Match Play and the Corales Puntacana Resort and Club Championship...
"Henley ranked 1st for Strokes Gained: Putting at PGA National last week and wielding a hot blade is certainly a good idea for match play."
We're off to Austin, Texas, this week for the WGC Dell Matchplay and our man has the lowdown ahead of Wednesday's start.
He says: "With three top-four finishes in his last five starts the three-time major winner has been showing definite signs of a recovery of late and this event looks to have come at just the right time."
Dave Tindall has three each-way selections for the WGC Dell Match Play at Austin CC with eight places paid on the Betfair Sportsbook...
He says: "Henley ranked 1st for Strokes Gained: Putting at PGA National last week and wielding a hot blade is certainly a good idea for match play."
Andy Swales supplies the stats ahead of this week's WGC Dell Technologies Match Play event in Texas which is being hosted by Austin Country Club for the fifth time.
He says: "The world number is in excellent form right now and if he can harness his immense power on a course where there are some short par-fours, this could give him a huge psychological advantage over his rivals. Could be quite intimidating in this form of golf."
Steve goes in-depth to preview the second PGA event of the week and reveals who he's backing ahead of Thursday's start.
He says: "This will be his first appearance at this event but it should suit him nicely. Odds of around 70.069/1 look more than fair for such a talented player after last week's effort."
Who has the game to make a strong start at the Corales Puntacana on Thursday? Dave has three each-way picks to be First Round Leader.
He says: "Back in September, McCumber was one of four first-round leaders thanks to a 65 and then closed with 66 to finish runner-up."
Next Steve continues his quest to land a monster-priced winner with this week's focus on the action in the Dominican Republic.
He says: "He's a two-time PGA Tour winner and he was mighty impressive when finishing three shots clear of Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson, Jason Day and Chez Reavie at Pebble Beach three years ago when winning the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. He's missed the cut here in his two previous visits but the course should definitely suit him."
Andy Swales provides course and current form stats ahead of this week's tournament in the Dominican Republic which tees-off on Thursday.
He says: "Big-hitting Luke List may be worth a look as he chases a first-ever Tour title. His highest finish so far during 2021 was a tie-for-10th at Torrey Pines, another course where the long drivers are encouraged to smash if off the tee."