The European Tour returns this week at the Austrian Open while in the US the PGA Tour heads to the Workday Charity Open. Our experts are on top of both events with the key info and tips...
"Muirfield Village is owned by Jack Nicklaus, and the 18-time major champion built a golf course which demands the same sort of accuracy which made him the world's top golfer... "
The Punter goes in-depth to discuss tournament history, the course and what it will take to win this one. He thinks Joost Luiten is a worthy favourite but comes up with a couple of players to back at long odds.
Steve says: "From a course correlation perspective, the Dutch, which hosted the KLM Open between 2016 and 2018, look like a very obvious link. In just three renewals, four Diamond Course winners finished first or second at the Dutch."
Back Will Blessing @ [75.0]
Back Joe Stalter @ [300.00]
Andy Swales provides the key stats and interprets them to help inform your bets at the Austrian Open.
Andy says: "Located around 20 miles north-west of Vienna and opened 18 years ago, Diamond Country Club is a flat parkland course where water comes into play on nine holes."
Workday Charity Open
The PGA Tour moves to Dublin, Ohio for the first of two events at Jack's Place. The Punter takes a look at what we should look for when trying to find a winner this week and finds a player who looks very appealing at big odds.
"My idea of the best value in the field this week is Brandan Steele. So far in 2020 he's been placed in three of the eight tournaments he's entered - second at the Sony Open, fourth at the Honda and sixth at the Travelers, where his putting was quite remarkable."
Back Brendan Steele @ [320.0]
Andy Swales runs the rule over the course and form to find out who might expect to be in contention this week.
"Muirfield Village is owned by Jack Nicklaus, and the 18-time major champion built a golf course which demands the same sort of accuracy which made him the world's top golfer during large periods of the 1960s and 1970s."
Dave Tindall assesses the field for the Workday Charity Open and picks three each-way selections for the action at Muirfield Village.
Dave says: "Streelman ranked seventh for SG: Tee To Green when finishing tied second at last week's Travelers Championship. That was the veteran's second runners-up finish in his last six starts following a near-miss at Pebble where he ranked 2nd Tee To Green."
Do you like to trade a golf event rather than just back a player and sit back and hope he wins? If this sounds like you then Paul Krishnamurty's Find Me a 100/1 Winner column is for you.
Paul has a trio of selections for this week's PGA Tour event, all of who have have had some good experiences of Muirfield Village. Along with his reasons for backing them at huge odds, Paul also provides his trading advice, telling you when to lay back the bet if the players perform well.
Golf betting is not all about finding the winner of a tournament, there are many ways in which you can strive to back a winner, and one of the most popular options is the First Round Leader market, effectively the same as the outright winner market but the results are determined after the first 18 holes of play.
Dave Tindall is a big fan of this market and last week landed a 85/1 winner thanks to Scott Stallings opening with a seven under par round to tie the lead after day one. Dave has a trio of selections for you to consider at the Workday Charity Open, including a very popular left-hander.