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Final round
Scores from the
Arnold Palmer Invitational

Rory McIlroy -18
Bryson DeChambeau -15
Justin Rose -14
Henrik Stenson -13
Ryan Moore -10
Tiger Woods -10
Kevin Chappell -8
Marc Leishman -8
Luke List -8
Sean O’Hair -8
Patrick Reed -8
Patrick Rodgers -8

Final round
betting odds
Arnold Palmer Invitational

Henrik Stenson 13/8
Rory McIlroy 10/3
Bryson DeChambeau 6/1
Justin Rose 8/1
Rickie Fowler 14/1
Ryan Moore 20/1
Tiger Woods 20/1
Charley Hoffman 33/1
Byeong Hun An 40/1
Patrick Reed 50/1
Talor Gooch 80/1
Bud Cauley 100/1
Grayson Murray 125/1
Jason Day 125/1
Sam Burns 125/1
Ollie Schniederjans 150/1
Chris Kirk 200/1
Graeme McDowell 200/1
Jamie Lovemark 250/1
Zach Johnson 250/1
Austin Cook 300/1
Patrick Rodgers 300/1
Billy Horschel 400/1
Bubba Watson 400/1
William McGirt 400/1
Brian Stuard 500/1
Francesco Molinari 500/1
John Huh 500/1
Keegan Bradley 500/1
Luke List 500/1
Sam Horsfield 500/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the Arnold Palmer Invitational


Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods
Keith Allison

Justin Rose
Justin Rose

Tony Finau
Tommy Fleetwood
Asian Tour

Alex Noren
Alex Noren
Keith Allison

Francesco Molinari
Francesco Molinari
Keith Allison

Keegan Bradley
Keegan Bradley
Asian Tour

Matt Every
Matt Every


In 1954 Dr Phillips sold his holdings to Granada Groves, a subsidiary of the Minute Maid Corporation, and retained only the raw land. Tom Barnes, a native of Minnesota, who had always wanted to build a championship golf course, took an option out on the land with his partner, Tom Dore, a Michigan businessman who surveyed the land and saw an immediate vision of what this land could become.

They broke ground on the golf course in 1960 and christened the area “Bay Hill” The original golf course architect was Dick Wilson, Bay Hill was the first golf course planted with Tifway (Tifton 419) Bermuda grass. Wildlife still inhabited the land including a family of bobcats that resided around the 17th green. In 1965, Walt Disney announced the purchase of over 27,000 acres of land nearby, where the Walt Disney World Resort would soon emerge.

The same year, Arnold Palmer played in and won a charity exhibition tournament at Bay Hill, Arnold fell in love with the course and the area, so much so he wanted to own it. In the summer of 2009 Arnold decided to redesign the course with his design company. He redesigned all 18 greens, reworked of all the bunkering and made major changes to four holes. The yardage went up from 7,103 to 7,196.

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My tips to win:

I must admit I wasn’t expecting to be tipping Tiger Woods 6/1 – with PaddyPower – to be winning an event so soon, I was actually thinking he would make a great each-way bet for The Masters, but his performance over the Copperhead course put that to bed. Tiger is coming back to an event that he basically dominated in his prime winning eight times with four wins on the spin and two back-to-back victories. To say he enjoys the Bay Hill course would be an understatement and what better way to get back to winning ways than at the great mans event.

A player who will be disappointed with his back nine on Sunday over the Copperhead course will be Justin Rose 14/1 – with Bet365 – but after a few days reflection and putting everything into prospective, I am sure he will be more than happy that he was in a position to win after only three competitive starts on the PGA Tour so far this year – finishing in the Top 10 in two of them.

Tommy Fleetwood 22/1 – with BetFred – should be more than happy with his progress on the PGA Tour this year and he had a Top 5 finish at the Honda Classic a few weeks ago. Tommy had a weeks rest after the WGC event in Mexico, where a final round 66 see him move up the leaderboard and into the Top 15. Fleetwood finished in the Top 10 here last year, which was an amazing achievement considering he opened up with a 78, if he had shot an even par round… Well if, buts and maybes, I expect him to be in the thick of it this year.

My each-way tip:

Alex Noren 30/1 – with BetFred – comes into this week on the back of two Top 5 finishes – one a runner-up – from his five starts on the PGA Tour this year. This is the first time that Alex has decided to play full time in the US and so far he has taken to it like a duck to water, he did play in this event last year but just made it inside the Top 50. After a weeks rest I feel he is more than prepared this year than last and he now knows the course and in his current form I feel Noren will be challenging again come Sunday afternoon.

It is strange how some players can have a relaxed schedule and still come out on tour and perform and that is the case with Francesco Molinari 66/1 – with SportingBet – Francesco has played in this event five times and has had three Top 10 finishes over the Bay Hill course. Molinari has played in four events so far this year but has not really challenged but a Top 25 finish at the WGC and a weeks rest should see him in confident mood when he arrives here this week.

My outside Tips:

Keegan Bradley 100/1 – with Bet365 – has had a couple of Top 5s so far on the wraparound season, he seems to start tournaments well but manages to lose intensity as he goes into the weekend, but I do think that will change as they year progresses. Bradley missed the cut when he first teed it up here but he has had a runner-up and third place finish over the Bay Hill course since then and I think these are good odds this week.

Longer odds:

Try Matt Every 250/1 – with Bet365 – who has back-to-back wins here

As always good luck

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