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Final round
Scores from
the Shell
Houston Open

Jason Kokrak -10
Kevin Tway -8
Scottie Scheffler -8
Kramer Hickok -7
Joel Dahmen -6
Martin Trainer -6
Robert Streb -5
Sam Burns -5
Cameron Tringale -5
Russell Henley -5

Final round
betting odds
for the
Hewlett Packard
Houston Open

Scottie Scheffler 23/10
Matthew Wolff 5/1
Jhonattan Vegas 8/1
Russell Henley 12/1
Kramer Hickok 12/1
Jason Kokrak 12/1
Kevin Tway 16/1
Luke List 18/1
Marc Leishman 22/1
Martin Trainer 25/1
Adam Schenk 40/1
Adam Long 40/1
Sam Burns 50/1
Vincent Whaley 50/1
Cameron Tringale 60/1
Cameron Smith 80/1
Wyndham Clark 100/1
Kelly Kraft 150/1
Max McGreevy 150/1
Ryan Palmer 300/1
Maverick McNealy 300/1
Hank Lebioda 300/1
Keith Mitchell 400/1
Kevin Streelman 400/1
Mackenzie Hughes 400/1
Patrick Reed 500/1
Joel Dahmen 500/1
Dylan Frittelli 500/1
Alex Smalley 500/1
Davis Riley 500/1
Chez Reavie 500/1
Aaron Wise 500/1


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Review & Betting Tips for the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Houston Open


Scottie Scheffler
Scottie Scheffler
Korn Ferry Tour

Talor Gooch
Talor Gooch

Carlos Ortiz
Carlos Ortiz

Maverick McNealy
Maverick McNealy

Russell Henley
Russell Henley
James Kennedy


The PGA Tour now moves from Mexico to Texas and a new/old venue. This will be a new venue to the current tour players, but it was home to the Houston Open from 1951 to 1963. Memorial Park Golf Course is known as one of the best municipal courses in America, designed by John Bredemus the course was originally a 9-hole course with sand greens, built near the hospital at Camp Logan for use by convalescent soldiers.

In 1994, on behalf of Mayor Bob Lanier, Houston Park Board member Nancy Reynolds began a campaign to restore the golf course and preserve its historical quality while allowing for modern maintenance methods to help sustain the courses future. In 1995, the newly renovated 600-acre course opened with a floodlit driving range, putting and chipping greens, and a new clubhouse.

The course underwent a further redesign undertaken by Tom Doak’s Renaissance Golf Design firm at a cost of $13.5-million, the renovations were completed in November 2019 ahead of the PGA Tour's planned return to Memorial Park for this week’s Houston Open.

The redesign included sand capping fairways, installing additional drainage, and the irrigation pond was tripled in size, with the excavated material used to form additional contouring around the course. Eight of the original greens were moved, the par five 8th was lengthened, and the par four 9th was altered from a par four to a par three. The par five 15th is now a driveable par four and the 16th has been extended to a par five. Tees and fairways on the front nine were repositioned to bring the ravines into play from the 2nd through to the 7th holes and additional water hazards were incorporated into the design to strength the home stretch of holes, starting at the short 15th.

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I am away this week in Spain on a press trip at Las Colinas, so look out for the review in the April/Masters issue of PGR Magazine, but here are our picks for this week.

My tips to Win:

Scottie Scheffler 19/1 with SportingBet

Talor Gooch 33/1 with OddsChecker

Carlos Ortiz 35/1 with MansionBet

Each-way tips:

Maverick McNealy 45/1 with MansionBet

Russell Henley 46/1 with SportingBet

Outside tip:

Ian Poulter 100/1 with BetVictor

Longer odds:

Try Sepp Straka 150/1 10Bet

As always good luck


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