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Third round
scores for
the
Bermuda
Championship

Taylor Pendrith -17
Danny Lee -14
Lucas Herbert -13
Patrick Rodgers -12
Vincent Whaley -12
Justin Lower -11
Peter Malnati -11
Curtis Thompson -10
Patrick Flavin -10
Garrick Higgo -9
Dylan Wu -9
Graeme McDowell -9
Adam Svensson -9
Peter Uihlein -9
Chad Ramey -9
David Skinns -9

Final round
betting odds
for the
Butterfield Bermuda
Championship

Taylor Pendrith 4/5
Danny Lee 5/1
Lucas Herbert 6/1
Patrick Rodgers 12/1
Vincent Whaley 18/1
Peter Malnati 35/1
Justin Lower 60/1
Patrick Flavin 125/1
Curtis Thompson 125/1
Chad Ramey 125/1
Garrick Higgo 125/1
Peter Uihlein 150/1
Adam Svensson 150/1
Graeme McDowell 150/1
Dylan Wu 150/1
Patrick Reed 150/1
David Skinns 200/1
J.J. Spaun 300/1
Stephan Jaeger 300/1
Matthew Fitzpatrick 400/1
Guido Migliozzi 500/1
Mito Pereira 500/1
Seamus Power 500/1
Greyson Sigg 500/1
Johnson Wagner 500/1
Davis Riley 500/1
Alex Smalley 750/1
D.A. Points 750/1

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Review & Betting Tips for the Butterfield Bermuda Championship

 

Matt Fitzpatrick
Matt Fitzpatrick
Titleist

Christiaan Bezuidenhout
Christiaan Bezuidenhout
Callaway

Hayden Buckley
Hayden Buckley
Titleist

Ryan Armour
Ryan Armour
Titleist

David Hearn
David Hearn
James Kennedy

Brian Gay
Brian Gay
Keith Allison

Sangmoon Bae
Sangmoon Bae
James Kennedy

 

The PGA Tour now moves from Japan, to the Caribbean Island of Bermuda and the Port Royal Golf Club, for the Bermuda Championship that has a new sponsor Butterfield. The Port Royal Golf Club also hosted the 2009 Grand Slam of Golf.

Port Royal is probably the most popular course on the island and considered to be one of the best municipal golf courses in the world. The course was design by Robert Trent Jones and opened for play in 1970 and is routed over high ground with stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean. The course recently underwent a $14.5 million redesign overseen by Roger Rulewich who was part of Jones’s original design team.

Those amazing Atlantic Ocean views have now been opened up with the course utilising palms and Bermudian cedars, creating a more natural open environment. New lakes have been added and the redesigned greens now use TifEagle grass for a faster, more consistent roll, the bunkers have also under gone some reshaping to be consistent with the contours of the land and the yardage has been increased to 6,842yds.

Port Royal features some of Bermuda's most picturesque and dramatic holes, highlighted by the stunning signature hole the par 3, 16th. The hole is played from a tee on one side of a cliff edge, to a green that is perched on a peninsula on the other of a chasm and at 235 yards, it’s all carry and can be anything from a mid-iron to a driver depending on the wind, and will no doubt feature prominently on our TVs this week.




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My tips to Win:


Coming into this week on the back of his win at the Andalucia Masters at a very tough Real Club Valderrama and a weeks rest is Matthew Fitzpatrick 11/1 – with 888Sport – who will be looking to notch up his first PGA Tour victory. The field isn’t the strongest this week and there are certainly a lot of European Tour players in the field this week, which should also help the Yorkshireman feel that he is the man to beat this week.

This will be South African Christiaan Bezuidenhout 14/1 – with 888Sport – first start of the new wraparound season on the PGA Tour and he will certainly fancy his chances of picking up his first PGA Tour title. Christiaan’s best finish on the PGA Tour last year came at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, but apart from that he didn’t really challenge and will want to put that right asap this season.

Which is unlike Hayden Buckley 28/1 – with UniBet – who has come out of the blocks fast after a missed cut in his first PGA event at the Fortinet Championship, he learned quickly that rounds in the 70s are going to see you miss the cut and followed that up with two Top 10 finishes. What does bode well for Hayden’s future is his ability to shoot low final rounds, a 66 at the Sanderson Farms and a 63 at the Shriners Open see him climb up the leaderboard six and twenty-three places respectively.

Each-way tips:

In the two years that this event has been played Ryan Armour 66/1 – with UniBet – has had two eighth-place finishes so he obviously feels at home on the Port Royal course. Ryan hasn’t started the wraparound season that well, but then that is not unusual for him, he can go two missed cuts and then have two Top 6 finishes and then start missing cuts again. But, with this field and the way he has played here before I think these are good odds.

Another player that likes to miss a few cuts then throw in a good tournament is David Hearn 100/1 – with SportNation – who missed the cut in his first start of the season at the Fortinet Championship. David also has two Top 10 finishes in this event and has only shot one round in the 70s from his eight rounds over the Port Royal track and I think these are good odds for the Canadian.

Outside tip:

This weeks defending champion is Brian Gay 150/1 – with SportingBet – and I was surprised to see him this far down the betting odds. Brian has had a missed cut and a withdrawal so far this season, nothing new there as he had two missed cuts last season before winning this event and lets remember he also had a third-place finish the first year this tournament was played on the PGA Tour

Longer odds:

Try Sangmoon Bae 250/1 – with WilliamHill



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