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Andrew Landry -17
Sean O'Hair -15
Trey Mullinax -15
Jimmy Walker -14
Zach Johnson -13
Joaquin Niemann -12
Ryan Moore -11
Kevin Streelman -10
Andrew Putnam -10
Chris Kirk -10

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Zach Johnson 7/4
Andrew Landry 3/1
Ryan Moore 6/1
Trey Mullinax 6/1
Jimmy Walker 20/1
Martin Laird 20/1
Chris Kirk 25/1
Sean O'Hair 33/1
Grayson Murray 40/1
Billy Horschel 66/1
Beau Hossler 80/1
Richy Werenski 80/1
Andrew Putnam 150/1
Brandt Snedeker 150/1
Chesson Hadley 150/1
J.T. Poston 150/1
Joaquin Niemann 150/1
Vaughn Taylor 150/1
Aaron Baddeley 250/1
Kevin Chappell 250/1
Keegan Bradley 300/1
Dylan Frittelli 400/1
Kevin Streelman 400/1

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Charley Hoffman
Charley Hoffman
Ed McDonald

Luke List
Luke List
Travis Mathew

Kevin Chappell
Kevin Chappell
Keith Allison

Billy Horschel
Billy Horschel
James Kennedy

Chesson Hadley
Chesson Hadley
James Kennedy


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Chris Kirk
Keith Allison

Daniel Summerhays
Daniel Summerhays
James Kennedy

 

The PGA Tour makes its way to Texas for the Valero Texas Open, which is played on the demanding 7,435 yard Greg Norman designed TPC San Antonio AT&T Oaks Course, which had some input from Sergio Garcia.

It’s a tough track and any player who suffers from claustrophobia will not enjoy the tight narrow tree lined fairways here. If you miss the first and second cuts of rough you are in deep trouble, with thick knee-high native grass just off the second cut of the fairway.

Once a player has negotiated the tee shot then they have to aim at greens that are guarded by 12-foot deep bunkers. The greens are in near perfect condition and ample in size but they have plenty of movement in them, with lots of slopes, undulations, spines and ridges.




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My tips to Win:

I think Charley Hoffman 20/1 – with SportingBet – would have been expecting more from himself this year with only five Top 25 finishes from his twelve starts, but it looks like he has found something to work with, as his best two finishes – coming inside the Top 15 – have been in his last four starts. Charley is a past champion here he also has a runner-up and seven other Top 15 finishes – two of which were Top 10s – so I think he enjoys playing TPC San Antonio!

Luke List 25/1 – with Coral –
missed the cut here for the first time last year and although he hasn’t lit up this tournament before he has played some steady golf round the TPC San Antonio course, but in his current form with four Top 10s – one of which was a runner-up finish – I think Luke will be in the thick of it again this week.

This tournaments defending champion is Kevin Chappell 28/1 – with Ladbrokes – who comes into this week on the back of two missed cuts after having three Top 10s in his previous six starts, so it is a bit hard to decide what Kevin Chappell will turn up this week. The deciding factor for me has been he also has a runner-up and another Top 5 finish here.

My each-way tips:

It has been a strange year for Billy Horschel 35/1 – with PaddyPower – a bust up with his caddy, five missed cuts from eleven starts and now his first Top 5 of the year at last weeks RBC Heritage and although he will be disappointed with his final round 72, I am sure he will take the positives of being back in contention. Billy does have three Top 5 finishes here and with some new found confidence I think he could do well here this week.

Chesson Hadley 40/1 – with Bet365 –
started this season in great form with three Top 5 finishes from his first three starts and comes into this week after nearly making his fifth Top 5 at the RBC Heritage. Chesson had a Top 5 finish here a couple of years ago and should be in confident mood when he turns up in Texas this week.

My outside tip:

Its been a strange season for Chris Kirk 80/1 – with SportingBet – who has five Top 15 finishes one of which was a Top 5, but he also has four missed cuts so far from his fifteen starts, as you can see its either play well or go home with Chris at the moment and no real middle ground. Kirk has a couple of Top 15 finishes on the TPC San Antonio track so I am thinking it could be one of the good weeks for the Georgian.

Longer odds:

Try Daniel Summerhays 300/1 – PaddyPower – I was surprised to see him this far down the betting odds especially for someone who has a runner-up and four other Top 15 finishes including a forth place in this event, he may not be playing well at the moment, but this has got to be worth a 50p each-way punt at these odds.


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