Latest Scores & Betting Odds
the BMW Championship
Marc Leishman -23
Justin Rose -18
Rickie Fowler -18
Jason Day -16
Jon Rahm -15
Matt Kuchar -15
Jordan Spieth -13
Tony Finau -13
Anirban Lahiri -12
Patrick Cantlay -12
Webb Simpson -12
Marc Leishman 2/5
Rickie Fowler 5/1
Jason Day 6/1
Justin Rose 28/1
Jon Rahm 40/1
Matt Kuchar 80/1
Patrick Cantlay 80/1
Charley Hoffman 100/1
Ryan Moore 125/1
Chez Reavie 150/1
Scott Brown 200/1
Cameron Smith 300/1
Lucas Glover 300/1
Phil Mickelson 300/1
Sergio Garcia 300/1
Stewart Cink 300/1
Golf Monthly is the market leading golfing magazine in the UK. It's a lively and welcoming read that is targeted at good golfers who are regular players - and keen to get even better.
With over 100 years of heritage and authority behind it, it represents the real 'voice of golf' with leading columnists, top players and unrivalled coverage of equipment and instruction.
Download Golf Monthly
FREE GOLF BETTING GUIDE AND TIPS
In 1991 Tom Fazio was commissioned to design the course at Conway Farms Golf Club, which plays host to this weeks BMW Championship. Conway Farms is an exclusive golf club designed in what Americans like to dub as “Inland links course”,.
The club is only open to its members and their guests.
The course measures 7,206 yards from the championship tees, and sprawls across 209 acres of lush, rolling acres at Lake Forest. It is obviously not set on typical links land associated with Scottish, Irish, Welsh and English links courses, but Tom Fazio has tried to ensure it plays like a links course.
This is achieved because of its up-hill and down-dale fairways, which are framed by patches of tall heather and a number of deep, strategically placed bunkers. Making it critical to find the right landing areas, both on its heavily protected fairways and its rolling, links-style greens.
For another trusted Conway Farms review click here
My tips to win:
I did state last week that I felt the play-offs would become a battle between Jordan Spieth 13/2 – with BetVictor – and Dustin Johnson 8/1 – with SportingBet – and while Spieth was in the thick of it again two weeks ago taking the runner-up spot, Dustin seemed to push to hard on the final day and ended up carding a final round 73. I haven’t changed my mind and although Jordan has a poor record – two Top 10s – in this event compared to Johnson’s who is defending champion this week and has two wins in this event, I think we will see them battling it out again this week.
It has been a rough year for Jason Day 18/1 – with Bet365 – and going by the gossip the reason behind his drop in form is more down to his work rate. The Australian was prodigious in his work rate on his way to world number one, but since that time his work rate hasn’t been as intense and as an athlete we all know it's the person who goes that extra percent reaps the rewards. Jason does have a good record over the Conway Farms course with a win and a forth place finish and with four Top 25s from his last four starts – two of which were Top 10s – the positive vibes of being back here and his confidence growing in his golf game will see him challenging this week.
My each-way tips:
I am presuming the weather down in Florida is the reason why Justin Rose 33/1 – with BetBright – has been practicing in Toronto this week, but I am sure the hard graft will pay off. Two Top 10s in his last two starts is an indication that Justin is coming back into form at the right time and with a Top 15 finish over the Conway Farm track the last time he pegged it up here, firing a 64 along the way is an indicator that he knows how to score around this course.
Kevin Na 80/1 – with UniBet – opened up with rounds of 65, 66 the last time he teed it up on the Conway Farms track and with two Top 6 finishes from his last three starts shows his ball striking is in great shape. It all comes down to mental strength with Kevin but he has shown in the past he can beat his demons and I think these are great odds for someone hitting the ball as well as Na.
My outside tip:
I have been saying all season I feel Keegan Bradley 150/1 – with BoyleSports – is on the point of being back to his very best, but if you look at his scores he really is only one round away from being right in the thick of it. Keegan seems to either start with a bad round or throw in a bad final round and if he could just turn that round in to level par he will be right in the thick of it and at these odds I think he is worth a pound each-way punt.
Free: Download the 7th issue of the PGR Magazine
Download Issue 7 iBook version of PGR's FREE digital magazine
Download the 7th issue of planetgolfreview’s FREE digital magazine.
In this issue are destination features from Louisiana covering the Audubon Golf Trail and South Wales with reviews from Celtic Manor’s Ryder Cup course and Royal Porthcawl home of this years Senior Open Championship
For the non-golfers, there are plenty of hotels and spa reviews, helping you make the perfect choice for that weekend getaway
The equipment and apparel sections bring you the latest offerings from TaylorMade, Mizuno, Macgregor, Evnroll and Stuburt.
And finally there is a new “Play, Stay & Spa” section and this issue features one of Severiano "Seve" Ballesteros
classic golf course designs and a stunning Meliá hotel on the Spanish island of Tenerife.
Click here to download Interactive PDF Version for Windows and Android
2015 Betting Guides Click Here
2014 Betting Guides Click Here
2013 Betting Guides Click Here
2012 Betting Guides Click Here
2011 Betting Guides Click Here Cl