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Collin Morikawa -19
Won in play-off

Justin Thomas -19
Viktor Hovland -15
Chase Seiffert -14
Gary Woodland -12
Ian Poulter -12
Patrick Cantlay -11
Billy Horschel -11
Jason Day -11
Charley Hoffman -11
Russell Henley -11
Sam Ryder -11
Kevin Streelman -11

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betting odds
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Workday
Charity Open

Justin Thomas 1/2
Viktor Hovland 3/1
Collin Morikawa 6/1
Kevin Streelman 25/1
Sam Burns 40/1
Hideki Matsuyama 50/1
Ian Poulter 66/1
Rickie Fowler 66/1
Rory Sabbatini 66/1
Gary Woodland 80/1
Xander Schauffele 100/1
Chase Seiffert 150/1
MJ Daffue 200/1
Sepp Straka 200/1
Troy Merritt 200/1
Matt Jones 250/1
Sam Ryder 250/1
Jason Day 300/1
Russell Henley 400/1
Brenden Steele 500/1
MacKenzie Hughes 500/1
Stewart Cink 500/1
Brian Gay 750/1
Charley Hoffman 750/1
Henrik Norlander 750/1
Jerry Kelly 750/1
Talor Gooch 750/1
Zach Johnson 750/1

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Review & Betting Guide for the Workday Charity Open

 

Patrick Cantley
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Hideki Matsuyama
Hideki Matsuyama
Keith Allison

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Rickie Fowler
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The rescheduled tour now moves to Dublin, Ohio for the next two weeks teeing up at Muirfield Village. It’s a unique situation as this week’s Workday Charity Open and next week’s Memorial Tournament will effectively be being played over the same course, although this week with slower greens and utilising different tee boxes on some holes.

Muirfield Village Golf Club was the dream of Nicklaus and Desmond Muirhead, they acquired the land back in 1966 but construction didn’t begin until July 1972. The golf course, which is situated on 220 acres and was officially opened for play on Memorial Day 1974 with an exhibition match between Nicklaus and Tom Weiskopf.

Muirfield Village currently sits in Golf Digest's "America's 100 Greatest Courses," at number 15. After recent changes the course now measures 7,221 and has 71 bunkers and water comes into play on 11 holes.

The Memorial Tournament has grown into one of golf's major tournaments and Muirfield Village Golf Club, which is controlled by Jack Nicklaus, makes changes to the course each autumn in order to keep up with new technology.

In recent years changes have included lengthening several holes, including the first, tenth, twelfth and seventeenth, adding or removing bunkers, re-routing a stream on the eighteenth. In 2007, the par-three 8th and the par five 15th were both lengthened and bunkers on the 1st re-shaped and deepened to the hole tougher.



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My tips to Win:

It’s a strange situation this week as Patrick Cantlay 14/1 ¬– with SportingBet – is basically the defending champion of the Memorial Tournament which is next week, but this week’s event will be played over the same course, with slower greens and utilising some different tee boxes. I still believe when a player likes a course even if it’s set up differently, they will still have a positive vibe when they step onto the course.

It was good to see Hideki Matsuyama 16/1 – with UniBet – back competing again after going through his swing changes and I think Saturdays 65 at the Rocket Mortgage Classic shows he is getting back to his best. Hideki is a past champion on this course and won the first time he ever teed it up here in 2014 and he has had two other Top 6s since.

Another player that seems to be finding his feet again is Rickie Fowler 30/1 – with BetFred – who played some solid golf at the Rocket Mortgage Classic and I am sure he will take a lot from his Top 15 finish. Rickie has two runner-up finishes over the Muirfield village course and I feel that combined with the positives he will take from the week in Detroit he will be looking forward to challenging again this week.

Each-way tips:

It’s also been a tough comback for Marc Leishman 45/1 – with Ladbrokes – after missing the cut at the Charles Schwab, he started well at the Travelers but then faded in the last two rounds. Marc initially didn’t take to the Muirfield Village course well and struggled in his first six starts here, but he has had four Top 15 since including two Top 5s and this could be the week that the Australian needs to get him game clinking back into place.

After a solid start to the comeback including a Top 5 at the RBC Heritage Joaquin Niemann 45/1 – with SportingBet – plummeted down the leaderboard at the Travelers firing a final round 75. Joaquin had a sixth-place finish here the first time he teed it up and just missed out on a Top 25 last year, I am sure a week’s rest and practice will see the lad from Santiago back on track this week.

Outside tip:

I am going to stick with Ryan Armour 100/1 ¬– with UniBet – again this week. We tipped him at 200/1 last week and a Top 5 place at the Rocket Mortgage Classic would have seen you with a 50/1 pay-out. That was Ryan’s second Top 6 finish in consecutive events and I am sure he will be in confident mood teeing it up again this week and looking to extend this run of good form.

Longer odds:

Try JB Holmes 200/1– with UniBet

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