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The PGA Tour moves to the famed Harry Colt and Charles Alison designed Seaside Course at the Sea Island resort. Tom Fazio updated the course back in 1999 and not long after it entered Golf Digest’s list of Top 100 Courses.
Tour golf is not the only claim to fame of the Sea Island resort, the G8 held one of its summits here back in 2004. Sea Island’s story is a fascinating look at America’s past. Howard Coffin founded Sea Island Investments back in 1926. Coffin was founder of the Hudson Motor Company and designed the original Hudson Motor Car, one of the first mass produced motorcars, which sold for less than $1000.
Coffin and his young cousin, A.W. Jones, worked to make Coffin’s dream of a seaside oasis come true. In late 1928, The Cloister at Sea Island was born, it was designed in the Spanish style of Palm Beach architect Addison Mizner and their first course to be built at Sea Island was the Walter Travis, Plantation Course. Situated on the historic Retreat Plantation on St. Simons Island, the course opened in the summer of 1927 and quickly gained popularity.
There are not many true links courses in North American but the Colt and Alison Seaside course design is one of the rare few and rightly holds a place in American golf course history and recently moved up 111 place to 76th in the worlds top 250 courses.
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My tips to Win:
A win in the Players Championship and a runner-up finish last season has seen Webb Simpson 10/1 with Ladbrokes start the wraparound season in confident mood and a Top 15 finish in his first event shows that his golf game is in great shape. Webb has a runner-up finish here and two other Top 15s from his five starts at Sea Island GC and I expect him to be challenging this week.
Tearing up the fairways again this week will be Cameron Champ 20/1 with SportingBet who has a win and a Top 10 finish from his four starts on his first full season on the PGA Tour and this follows on from his win on the Web.com tour earlier this year. I think we have all seen the power this lad possesses, but he also has the short game to go with it being first and fourth in the putting stats from 3 and 6 foot.
With three Top 25 finishes from his first four starts on the new wraparound season CT Pan 25/1 with Ladbrokes is showing that his end of season flourish of two Top 5 finishes from his last four starts were just a taste of things to come. CT has played in this event twice now and has two Top 15 finishes at Sea Island with six of his eight rounds being in the 60s and I expect him to be in one of the final pairings come Sunday.
Chris Kirk 50/1 with Bet365 is a past champion of this event and has two other Top 5 finishes here. Chris hasnt started the wraparound season well and missed the first two cuts, but he has managed to finish inside the Top 50 in his last two starts. I feel although Kirk isnt in the greatest of form he does seem to enjoy teeing it up at the Sea Island Golf Club and I feel that too be a factor for him this week.
Like Brooks Koepka, Peter Uihlein 66/1 with Unibet started his apprenticeship on the European Tour after being part of the 2009 Walker Cup team and like Koepka I expect him to become a very good player on the PGA Tour. This will be Peters first time teeing it up over the Sea Island track and his improvement each week of his second season on the PGA Tour, sees me expect that to continue this week.
I did tip Robert Streb 125/1 with BetFred a few weeks ago at the Sanderson Farms but after a good start he feel away, but did come back the following week to finish inside the Top 5. Robert missed the cut last week in Mexico, but being a past champion here I expect him to bounce straight back and I think these are very good odds.
Try Henrik Norlander 175/1 with SpreadEX
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