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Final round
scores from
the Rocket
Mortgage
Classic

Bryson DeChambeau -23
Matthew Wolff -20
Kevin Kisner -18
Danny Willett -16
Adam Hadwin -16
Tyrrell Hatton -16
Ryan Armour -16
Maverick McNealy -15
Sepp Straka -15
Webb Simpson -15
Troy Merritt -15

Final round
betting odds
for the
Rocket
Mortgage
Classic

Matthew Wolff 11/8
Bryson Dechambeau 21/10
Ryan Armour 12/1
Webb Simpson 22/1
Viktor Hovland 28/1
Mark Hubbard 33/1
Chris Kirk 33/1
Troy Merritt 40/1
Seamus Power 40/1
Matt Wallace 50/1
Luke List 60/1
Hideki Matsuyama 60/1
Tyrrell Hatton 60/1
Wesley Bryan 66/1
Kevin Kisner 90/1
Kevin Chappell 100/1
Cameron Champ 125/1
J.J. Spaun 125/1
Rickie Fowler 200/1
Pat Perez 200/1
Maverick Mcnealy 200/1
Tom Lewis 200/1
Hudson Swafford 200/1
Harold Varner Iii 200/1
Chris Stroud 200/1
Cameron Tringale 200/1
Brendon Todd 200/1
Tony Finau 200/1
Ted Potter, Jr. 200/1
Scott Stallings 200/1
Fabian Gomez 250/1
Adam Hadwin 250/1
Sepp Straka 250/1
Doc Redman 250/1
Arjun Atwal 250/1
Chris Baker 250/1
Brian Stuard 250/1
Brandon Hagy 250/1
Kyoung-Hoon Lee 250/1
Adam Schenk 300/1
Michael Thompson 300/1
Lanto Griffin 300/1
Scott Harrington 300/1
Richy Werenski 300/1
Danny Willett 300/1
George McNeill 300/1
Kristoffer Ventura 300/1

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Review & Betting Guide for the Rocket Mortgage Classic

 

Bryson DeChambeau
Bryson DeChambeau
Puma

Patrick Reed
Patrick Reed
James Kennedy

Viktor Hovland
Viktor Hovland
Ping

Branden Grace
JT Poston
Keith Allison

Doc Redman
Doc Redman
TaylorMade

Brian Stuard
Brian Stuard
Keith Alison

Ryan Armour
Ryan Armour
Titleist

This will be the second time that the Donald Ross designed Detroit Golf Club has hosted a professional tournament. The Rocket Mortgage Classic came into the schedule last year and are the same sponsors of the Quicken Loans National, who are a Detroit based company and were looking to bring a tournament to their home city.

Located on the North side of Detroit, near Palmer Park and the University of Detroit Mercy, the course shares a border with 7 Mile on the North and started life as a 6-hole course designed by Bert Way then grow to a 9-hole and in 1913 additional property was purchased.

Donald Ross was asked to survey the property and he determined that two courses of 18 holes could be built on the land and in 1916 Albert Kahn was commissioned to design a new clubhouse, which was completed in 1918. Course architect Tom Doak has been brought in to oversee a renovation project of the two courses and re-establish the original Donald Ross design and bunkering.

The tournament will be primarily over the North course apart from the 3rd hole which is the only one of the South course holes being used and has a green that slopes dramatically from back to front. Like most Ross courses strategy is key with bunkers perfectly placed in the landing areas, with the greens being small, raised and heavily contoured.




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My tips to Win:

This will be the fourth week I have stuck with Bryson DeChambeau 7/1 – with BetFred – and with three Top 10 finishes from the three starts since the restart its surely only a matter of time before all his hard work finally pays off.

After his final round 64 finish at the Travelers I wasn’t surprised that Patrick Reed 16/1 – with WilliamHill – was going to be one of the favourites here this week and I had already picked him out this week before that final round. Patrick played in the inaugural event last year and made the Top 5 and I am sure he will be in one of the final pairings here come Sunday

Three Top 25 finishes from three starts since the restart and I feel Viktor Hovland 22/1 – with UniBet – could notch up his second win of the year after getting his maiden win out of the way earlier in the year at the Puerto Rico Open. Viktor has improved every week since the Charles Schwab Challenge and he will not only be looking to keep that run going but to be right in the mix come Sunday afternoon.

Each-way tips:

I did tip J T Poston 45/1 – with 888Sport – at last week’s Travelers Championship and he promptly went and missed the cut after having two straight Top 10 finishes after the restart. JT will have good and bad memories of this event last year as he was in a great position going into the final day only to shoot a final round 73 which took him out of contention. I am sure he will take the positives from last year and his two Top 10s since the comeback and put them to good use this week.

I think a name like Doc Redman 50/1 – with 888Sport – deserves to be on a winner’s trophy somewhere on the PGA Tour and I think Detroit has to be the perfect city to win his maiden tournament. Doc has played some steady golf since the restart improving each week and his final round 63 at the weekend will surely give him plenty of confidence coming back to a course where he had a runner-up finish last year, where he fired all four rounds in the 60s.

Outside tip:

With a Top 5 here last year I think these are very good odds for Brian Stuard 100/1 – with SportingBet – who has been playing some steady golf since the comeback firing some low rounds in the 60s and with a Top 20 finish at last week’s Travelers I am sure he will be looking forward to teeing it up in Detroit this week.

Longer odds:

Try Ryan Armour 200/1 – with UniBet

As always good luck




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