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Final round
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the WGC
FedEx St Jude

Justin Thomas -13
Daniel Berger -10
Tom Lewis -10
Phil Mickelson -10
Brooks Koepka -10
Xander Schauffele -9
Jason Day -9
Shane Lowry -9
Chez Reavie -9
Louis Oosthuizen -9
Matthew Fitzpatrick -9 

Final round
betting odds
for the WGC
FedEx St Jude

Brendon Todd 11/5
Byeong Hun An 15/4
Rickie Fowler 4/1
Brooks Koepka 5/1
Justin Thomas 10/1
Matthew Fitzpatrick 30/1
Louis Oosthuizen 40/1
Webb Simpson 50/1
Phil Mickelson 50/1
Chez Reavie 50/1
Jason Day 60/1
Sungjae Im 80/1
Shane Lowry 100/1
Dustin Johnson 125/1
Tom Lewis 125/1
Daniel Berger 150/1
Xander Schauffele 150/1
Christiaan Bezuidenhout 150/1
Jordan Spieth 200/1
Scottie Scheffler 200/1
Joel Dahmen 200/1
Corey Conners 300/1
Hideki Matsuyama300/1
Sergio Garcia 300/1
Cameron Champ 300/1
Sung Kang 400/1
Nick Taylor 400/1
Collin Morikawa 750/1
Abraham Ancer 750/1
Patrick Reed 1000/1
Patrick Cantlay 1000/1
Matt Kuchar 1000/1
Marc Leishman 1000/1
Mackenzie Hughes 1000/1
Kevin Streelman 1000/1
Kevin Na 1000/1
Kevin Kisner 1000/1
Keegan Bradley 1000/1
Jason Kokrak 1000/1
J.T. Poston 1000/1
Henrik Stenson 1000/1
Graeme Mcdowell 1000/1
Bubba Watson 1000/1
Bryson Dechambeau 1000/1
Billy Horschel 1000/1
Andrew Landry 1000/1
Rory Mcilroy 2000/1
Max Homa 2000/1
Matthew Wolff 2000/1
Gary Woodland 2000/1
Ryan Palmer 2000/1
Tommy Fleetwood 2000/1
Tony Finau 2000/1
Danny Willett 2000/1
Erik Van Rooyen 2000/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the WGC FedEx St Jude Invitational


Jon Rahm
Jon Rahm
James Kennedy

Rory McIlroy
Rory McIlroy
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Daniel Berger
Daniel Berger

Matthew Fitzpatric
Matthew Fitzpatric
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Billy Horschel
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Ian Poulter
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Christiaan Bezuidenhout
Christiaan Bezuidenhout

This will be the second WGC event of this year, but the third on the wraparound season with the WGC HSBC Champions having been played in October last year which was won by Rory McIlroy.

Ron Prichard designed TPC Southwind, which opened as a private members golf club in March 1988. Prichard enlisted the advice of PGA tour players Hubert Green and Fuzzy Zoeller to turn 240 acres of countryside into this stunning track.

The natural lakes and streams are the foundation on which this course has been designed and there are two-grain silos and a windmill that stand as a reminder of the dairy farm that once frequented this site.

One of the course’s signature holes is the par 3 11th hole which is similar to the 17th at TPC Sawgrass where players take aim at an island green 165-yards away. The course record is 61, jointly held by Jay Delsing and Bob Estes.

For another trusted TPC Southwind course review click here

My tips to Win:

New world number one Jon Rahm 11/1 – with BetFred – will be looking to make sure his stay at the summit of world golf last more than a couple of weeks and a win here will make sure he isn’t just a two-week wonder. Jon opened up with a 62 in this event last year and I am sure he will be looking to get off to a similar start on Thursday, but this time maintain that consistency and finish higher than his seventh place come Sunday.

And looking to get back to that number one spot will be Rory McIlroy 12/1 – with WilliamHill – and I am sure he will be in determined mood this week and has no doubt been working on his wedge game and putting. Rory also shot a 62 in this event last year but in the third round and went onto finish inside the Top 5 and like Jon will want to be in the final group come Sunday.

One player who knows about winning over the TPC Southwind’s course is Daniel Berger 28/1 – with SportingBet – who had back-to-back wins in this event before it become a WGC sanctioned tournament in 2016 and 2017 finishing -13 and -10 consecutively. Daniel won the Charles Schwab Challenge which was the first event back on the rescheduled tour and followed that up with a third-place finish at the RBC Heritage, but then missed the cut at The Memorial, but I am sure he will be looking forward to this week and will have lots of positive memories to draw on this week.

Each-way tips:

Only when a course suits your eye can you compete in a tournament and challenge for the title the first time you step on a course and that is exactly what Matthew Fitzpatrick 35/1 – with BetVictor – last year, just falling away on the last day but still making the Top 5. I think Matthew will be more prepared than last season and with a third-place finish at a very tough Memorial Tournament firing a final round 68 in those conditions added to his Top 15 finish at the RBC Heritage should all stand him in good stead for this week.

I did tip Billy Horschel 45/1 – SportingBet – a couple of weeks ago at The Memorial tournament where he had a Top 15 finish firing a creditable 72 final round on a very tough day. After a shaky beginning to the restart Billy has started to play some good golf after missing two cuts and had a Top 10 at the Workday Charity Open. Horschel missed his first two cuts over the TPC Southwind track but once he got to know the course had five Top 10s including a fourth-place finish and will fancy his chances of competing here this week

Outside tip:

I must admit I was quite surprised to see Ian Poulter 80/1 – with SportingBet – this far down the betting odds. Ian had a Top 10 finish here last year and fired all four rounds in the 60s and although it is not a tournament he competes in often before it became a WGC event he does have another Top 10 finish from his other four starts over the TPC Southwind’s course. But my major surprise at these odds is because Poulter has two Top 15 finishes since the restart including a Top 5 at the Workday Charity Open and although he missed the cut at The Memorial I am sure he will be in confident mood this week.

Longer odds:

Try Christiaan Bezuidenhout 150/1 – with BetVictor

As always good luck

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