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Final round
scores for

Tiger Woods -19
Hideki Matsuyama -16
Rory McIlroy -13
Sungjae Im -13
Gary Woodland -12
Billy Horschel -11
Corey Conners -11
Byeong Hun An -10
Charles Howell III -10
Danny Lee -9
Ryan Palmer -9
Xander Schauffele -9

Second round
betting odds
the Zozo

Hideki Matsuyama 7/2
Gary Woodland 4/1
Tiger Woods 4/1
Justin Thomas 14/1
Xander Schauffele 16/1
Daniel Berger 25/1
Joaquin Niemann 25/1
Paul Casey 25/1
Billy Horschel 33/1
Rory McIlroy 33/1
Ryan Palmer 33/1
Sung Kang 33/1
Andrew Putnam 40/1
Byeong Hun An 50/1
Corey Conners 50/1
Emiliano Grillo 50/1
Louis Oosthuizen 50/1
Tommy Fleetwood 50/1
C.T. Pan 66/1
Collin Morikawa 66/1
Ryo Ishikawa 66/1
Sergio Garcia 66/1
Adam Schenk 80/1
Bubba Watson 80/1
Charles Howell III 80/1
Keegan Bradley 80/1
Matthew Wolff 80/1
Patrick Reed 80/1
Sungjae Im 80/1
Tony Finau 80/1
Adam Hadwin 100/1
Danny Lee 100/1
J.T. Poston 100/1
Keith Mitchell 100/1
Kevin Na 100/1
Kevin Tway 100/1
Shane Lowry 100/1
Adam Scott 125/1
Ian Poulter 125/1
Jason Day 125/1
Rikuya Hoshino 125/1
Ryan Moore 125/1
Dylan Frittelli 150/1
Rory Sabbatini 150/1
Jordan Spieth 200/1
Lucas Glover 200/1
Pat Perez 200/1
Satoshi Kodaira 200/1
Vaughn Taylor 200/1
Adam Long 250/1
Harold Varner III 250/1
Rafa Cabrera Bello 250/1
Troy Merritt 250/1
Viktor Hovland 250/1
Chan Kim 300/1
Joel Dahmen 300/1
Matthew Fitzpatrick 300/1
Jason Kokrak 400/1
Max Homa 400/1
Nate Lashley 400/1
Sanghyun Park 400/1
Abraham Ancer 500/1
Kevin Kisner 500/1
Marc Leishman 500/1
Mikumu Horikawa 500/1
Shugo Imahira 500/1
Tomoharu Otsuki 500/1
Wyndham Clark 500/1
Yosuke Asaji 500/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the Zozo Championship


Justin Thomas
Justin Thomas
Franck Biton

Rory Mcilory
Rory Mcilory
James Kennedy

Hideki Matsuyama
Hideki Matsuyama
James Kennedy

Gary Woodland
Gary Woodland
Wilson Staff

Byeong Hun Am
Byeong Hun Am
James Kennedy

Grame McDowell
Grame McDowell

The PGA Tour stays on its Asian swing and pitches up at the Accordia Golf Narashino Country Club which opened for play in 1965 and is roughly an hour away from downtown Tokyo. The course is a composite of the 36-holes at the resort, which is owned by the Accordia Golf Company that is part owned by Goldman Sachs Group Inc who have been buying up golf courses in Japan due to the country’s recession.

The course is tree lined with tight fairways and plenty of bunkers with water coming into play on the 4th 5th 6th 10th and 16th holes. One of the things you will notice on TV is that a lot of the holes have duel greens, I am presuming this is to preserve the main greens during the winter months, but it would be great fun if they used some of them on alternate days during the tournament – although I am not sure the pros would enjoy that!

The course is par 70 and weighs in at 7,041 yards. The par 4, 405-yard opening hole doglegs to the left and has a narrow fairway to aim at, while the signature hole arrives at the par 3 183-yard, 16th and has a water hazard on the left with the green sitting up on a plateau that slopes from right to left. Just to add that extra bit of drama they shave the grass so anything not making the dancefloor that is short and left while roll into the water and for good measure anything right or long could see you in one of three bunkers that protect that side of the green.

The 562-yard par 5, 18th is a fitting finale to the course. The hole doglegs left and has bunkers left and right on the dogleg, but a good drive will carry the bunker on the left and give the players a chance to hit the green in two, but there are three large bunkers to navigate, before you arrive at a green that slopes back to front.

My tips to Win:

I am going to stick with Justin Thomas 15/2 – with UniBet – after his win at the weekend, Justin will be looking for back-to-back victories this week and in his current form, I feel he is the man to beat this week.

With the cutting remarks from Brooks Koepka still ringing in his ears I am sure Rory McIlroy 8/1 – with BetFair – will be looking to get his PGA Tour start to the new wraparound season and defence of his FedEx Cup off to a blistering start and what better way than to lay a marker down this week.

I am also going to stick with Hideki Matsuyama 18/1 – with BetFred – this week and after his third place finish at the weekend firing a final round 65 he will be in confident mood. The only unknown this is how he will perform in front of a partisan crowd.

Each-way tips:

US Open Champion Gary Woodland 33/1 – with UniBet – certainly came back with a bang at the weekend, after starting the new wraparound season finishing outside the Top 50 in his first start at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Gary finished with rounds of 65, 66 to make the Top 3 at the CJ Cup and I am sure Woodland will be looking to use that as a springboard this weekend.

A sixth-place finish at the weekend for Byeong Hun Am 50/1 – with UniBet – see him sandwich his two missed cuts with two Top 6s and I am sure he will arrive in Japan in confident mood this week.

Outside tip:

Another player I am going to stick with this week is Graeme McDowell 125/1 – with SpreadEx – after his Top 20 finish at the CJ Cup, which followed his Top 15 place at the Italian Open on the European Tour. It looks like Graeme is coming into a bit of form and if he can get the flat stick working I think these are great odds for the Irishman.

Longer odds:

Try Chan Kim 200/1 – with BoyleSport

As always good luck

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