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Final round
scores for
the Dell

Bryson DeChambeau -16
Justin Rose -14
Cameron Smith -13
Hideki Matsuyama -12
C.T. Pan -12
Tony Finau -12
Dustin Johnson -11
Bubba Watson -11
Rafa Cabrera Bello -11
Emiliano Grillo -11
Abraham Ancer -11

Final round
odds for
the Dell

Bryson DeChambeau 3/1
Tyrrell Hatton 9/2
Justin Rose 5/1
Abraham Ancer 11/2
Cameron Smith 11/1
Rory McIlroy 14/1
Jordan Spieth 16/1
Kyle Stanley 22/1
Tony Finau 25/1
Emiliano Grillo 28/1
Tommy Fleetwood 50/1
Beau Hossler 60/1
Brooks Koepka 66/1
Marc Leishman 66/1
Tiger Woods 80/1
Rafa Cabrera Bello 100/1
Matt Kuchar 150/1
Adam Hadwin 200/1
Brice Garnett 200/1
C.T. Pan 250/1
J.B. Holmes 250/1
Si Woo Kim 250/1
Peter Uihlein 300/1
Keith Mitchell 400/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the Dell Technologies Championship


Justin Thomas

Rory McIlroy
James Kennedy

Adam Scott
PGA of Australia

Webb Simpson
Webb Simpson
Keith Allison

Louis Oosthuizen
Louis Oosthuizen
PGA of Australia

Keegan Bradlen
Keegan Bradley
PGA of Australia

Jamie Lovemark
Jamie Lovemark
Oregon Golf Association


The FedEx Cup moves on to the TPC Boston Golf Club in Norton, Massachusetts, which is about 25 miles south of Boston. Originally designed by Arnold Palmer and built in 2003, the course was re-designed by Gil Hanse and Brad Faxon.

Gil Hanse of Hanse Golf Course Design is known as one of the best traditional golf course designers in the United States and along with Brad Faxon was commissioned to undertake a re-design with the remit to make the course blend in more naturally with its New England surroundings.

Gil Hanse spent a year in Great Britain studying the earliest examples of golf course architecture and interned with Hawtree and Son, one of the oldest golf course architectural firms in the world. The influence of Hawtree and Son can be seen in Gil Hanse work, preserving and protecting the integrity of the land, maximizing the natural characteristics of the terrain and minimizing human impact on the landscape during construction.

Hanse became only the third American architect to build a course in Scotland when he created Craighead Golf Links, which opened in 1998. Ron Whitten, Editor of Golf Course Architecture said, “This was a refinement and enhancement of a course whose basic structure was sound, not a total renovation or wholesale replacement.”

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My tips to Win:

The defending champion this week is Justin Thomas 11/1 – with UniBet – who won this event by three shots last year firing final rounds of 63 and 66, Justin may not be in the same form as he was last year coming into this event, but a win and two Top 10s from his last three starts shows he is not far away.

Past champion Rory McIlroy 16/1 – with SportingBet – has won this event twice and has a Top 5 and it seems that when he tees it up over the TPC Boston course he either challenges or is completely out of it. I am sure everyone knows that Rory has been suffering from his putting and wedge play and took a week off to try and work on those aspects of his game and if he gets them right he can blow the field away this week.

It’s has been great to see Adam Scott 28/1 – with PaddyPower – challenging again after a few years in the wilderness, trying to figure out how to make the new putting rules work for him. Two Top 5s in his last two starts include a third-place finish at the PGA Championship, add to that a Top 20 at The Open Championship and it looks like the Australian has found something to give him an end product to go with that wonderful golf swing.

Each-way tips:

Fourteen Top 25 from twenty-three starts says a lot about Webb Simpson 40/1 – with Bet365 – consistency this year and with seven of those coming inside the Top 10 which includes a win, a runner-up and three Top 5 finishes, I expect the North Carolinian to be back challenging again this week on a course where he has won before.

It is a surprise that Louis Oosthuizen 60/1 – with Bet365 – has never won on the PGA Tour – his Open Championship win is a co-sanctioned event – but he has won twelve times around the world in various events, but he does have a runner-up finish over the TPC Boston course. Louis has played in this event four times and has only been outside the Top 15 once with two of those being Top 10s, he is playing some consistent golf at the moment and with one low round he would be right in the mix.

Outside tip:

Another player that seems to be plodding along but could pounce anytime is Keegan Bradley 100/1 – with Bet365 – who has played in this event six times and has only been outside the Top 25 twice. Keegan shot a 62 on Saturday at last week’s Northern Trust but blew all the hard work away with a final round 78, but Saturday shows how close he is to getting back to his best and challenging.

Longer odds:

Try Jamie Lovemark 200/1 – with Bet365

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