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Final round
scores for
the BMW Championship

Keegan Bradley -20
Won in Play-off

Justin Rose -20
Billy Horschel -19
Xander Schauffele -19
Rory McIlroy -18
Webb Simpson -17
Tiger Woods -17
Tony Finau -16
Francesco Molinari -16
Tommy Fleetwood -16
Rickie Fowler -16

Final round
odds for
the BMW

Justin Rose 2/1
Rory McIlroy 11/4
Xander Schauffele 7/1
Rickie Fowler 8/1
Tommy Fleetwood 9/1
Justin Thomas 25/1
Francesco Molinari 33/1
Hideki Matsuyama 33/1
Keegan Bradley 33/1
Billy Horschel 50/1
Tiger Woods 50/1
Patrick Reed 80/1
Webb Simpson 80/1
Gary Woodland 100/1
Jason Day 100/1
Tony Finau 125/1
Jon Rahm 150/1
Kevin Na 200/1
Scott Piercy 200/1
Alexander Noren 250/1
Andrew Putnam 250/1
Bryson Dechambeau 250/1
Aaron Wise 300/1
Bubba Watson 300/1
Byeong-Hun An 300/1
Ted Potter Jnr 300/1
Dustin Johnson 400/1
Ryan Armour 400/1
Adam Hadwin 500/1
Brooks Koepka 500/1
Henrik Stenson 500/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the BMW Championship


Justin Rose
Justin Rose

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Paul Casey
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CT Pan
CT Pan


The FedEx Cup moves to its penultimate climax and a new venue for the BMW Championship the Aronimink Golf Club, which not surprisingly was originally the Belmont Cricket Club. The club has moved several times since members decided to build a few golf holes around the outfield of the cricket pitch, but their final move came in 1926 when they moved to Newtown Square and Donald Ross was commission to design a new course.

Aronimink Golf Club has several claims to fame that should be remember, firstly when John Shippen an African-American was appointed the professional and succeeded James Campbell who was the clubs first professional. Another was a caddy at the club by the name of John Joseph McDermott who would become the first born and bred American to win the US Open Championship, which he defended the following year.

The club hosted the PGA Championship its first major golf tournament which was won by Gary Player in 1962. The club has undergone several changes since then, in 2003 Ron Prichard was commissioned to restore many of the classic Donald Ross features that had disappeared over time with greens being returned to their original shape and bunkers returned to their intended size. And with the discovery of some old photographs taken in 1929, Gill Hanse was commissioned to bring the bunkers and greens back to their original shapes and work on that project was completed in 2018.

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My tips to Win:

Back in 2010 Justin Rose 14/1 – with BoyleSport– was picking up his first PGA Tour win at the AT&T National which was played at the Aronimink Golf Club, so I am sure coming back here will bring some fond and positive memories for the Englishman. Justin has won twice on this season’s wraparound tour and last week’s runner-up finish at the Dell Technologies Championship when he didn’t play that well in the final two rounds, shows what standard of golf he is playing at the moment.

You may be surprised to find that Bryson DeChambeau 16/1 – with SportingBet– isn’t the favourite to win with the bookies this week and that is because it’s a very illustrious list of players that have won three back-to-back events. The last player to do so was Rory McIlroy back in 2014 and Tiger has achieved that feat twice in 2000 and 2001, but then he also has winning runs of five, six and seven! But in Bryson’s current form I feel he surely has to be the favourite this week.

Each-way tips:

I was surprised to see Cameron Smith 50/1 – with Coral – this far down the betting odds after back-to-back third place finishes, firing all six rounds in the 60s. Cameron did go through a rough spell earlier this year when he had five missed cuts, but he seems to have put that spell behind him now and is back to the golfer that won the Australian PGA Championship at the back end of last year and I expect him to be challenging again this week.

It is going to be interesting to see Paul Casey 60/1 – with Bet365 – reaction to the Ryder Cup picks on Wednesday, which take place tomorrow when Thomas Bjorn announces his wild card picks to make up the rest of the European Ryder Cup team. I believe Casey should be in the team this year, but Europe have a strong group of players to choose from. But no matter which way it goes, Paul will be out to prove Thomas right or wrong come Sunday.

Outside Tip:

With two Top 5 finishes in his last three starts I think these are great odds for CT Pan 90/1 – with Bet365 – both those results where sandwich by his sixtieth place at The Northern Trust but if you look at that result CT fired a final round 67 and I feel his start that week was hampered by putting the ball out of bounds costing him the win at the Wyndham Championship. With all that behind him CT came out last week and fired four rounds in the 60s and a final round 66 should see him teeing it up in confident mood this week.

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