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Charles Howell lll
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:
With four Top 15s from his seven starts including last year’s third-place and runner-up finishes Webb Simpson 10/1 – with BetFair – seems to enjoy playing the Sea Island Resort course. This will be Webb’s second tournament of the new wraparound season the other being his seventh-place finish at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open and with this being a Ryder Cup year he will want to get a win on the board asap.
This will be Billy Horschel 16/1 – with UniBet – fifth start on the new wraparound season and Billy has already notched up two Top 10s, add that to his Top 5 at the European Tours BMW PGA Championship and you can see the Floridian is in great form. Horschel is another player that has a runner-up finish in this event and will be looking to go one better this week.
This week’s defending champion is Charles Howell lll 25/1 – with UniBet – who has played in this event seven times and has four other Top 15s in this tournament, with three of those being Top 10 finishes. Charles has teed it up six times this season notching up four Top 20s including a Top 5 at the Safeway Open. Howell lll is in great form and I feel put up a strong defence of his title this week.
Another past champion of this event is Kevin Kisner 30/1 – with UniBet – who also has three other Top 10s which includes two Top 5 finishes. Kevin has only played in three events so far this season and although he has made the cut in each of them he certainly hasn’t challenged, but Kisner seems to enjoy playing the Sea Island Resort course and I am sure being back here will ignite those competitive juices.
Joel Dahmen 80/1 – with UniBet – comes into this week on the back of a sixth-place finish at the Mayakoba Golf Classic where he shot final rounds of 66 and 65 so he will be in confident mood coming into this week – Joel also had a Top 10 at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
Austin Cook 80/1 – with SportingBet – may come into this week on the back of four missed cuts from his six starts so far this season, but he is coming back to a course where his record is two starts a win and an eleventh-place finish in his title defence. I think you could say Austin enjoys playing this course and hopefully the positive vibes of being back here will see his season get back on track.
Try Peter Uihlein 150/1 – with UniBet
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