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Final round
scores for the
Corales Punta
Cana Resort &
Club Championship

Joel Dahmen -12
Sam Ryder -11
Rafael Campos -11
Graeme McDowell -10
Michael Gligic -10
Hudson Swafford -9
Emiliano Grillo -9
Danny Willett -8
Brice Garnett -7
Ben Martin -7
Greyson Sigg -7
Sepp Straka -7

Final round
betting odds for
Corales Punta
Cana Resort &
Club Championship

Joel Dahmen 3/1
Danny Willett 5/1
Rafael Campos 5/1
Emiliano Grillo 15/2
Thomas Pieters 8/1
Michael Gligic 10/1
Charley Hoffman 12/1
Sepp Straka 20/1
Fabrizio Zanotti 28/1
Graeme McDowell 33/1
Hudson Swafford 33/1
Roberto Castro 40/1
Sam Ryder 45/1
Tim Wilkinson 80/1
Will Gordon 100/1
Pat Perez 125/1
Roger Sloan 125/1
Troy Merritt 125/1
Alex Smalley 200/1
Thomas Detry 200/1
Eric Cole 250/1
Greyson Sigg 300/1
Tyler Duncan 400/1
Ben Martin 500/1
Sebastian Cappelen 500/1
Wes Roach 500/1


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Review & Betting Tips for Corales Puntacana
Resort & Club Championship


Charley Hoffman
Charley Hoffman
Ed McDonald

Jhonattan Vegas
Jhonattan Vegas
Keith Allison

 Brandon Wu
Brandon Wu

Nate Lashley
Nate Lashley

Sam Ryder
Sam Ryder

Rafael Campos
Rafael Campos

Rafael Campos
Fabián Gómez

Congratulations to Matt Jones on winning the Honda Classic on a very tough course and that opening round of 61 was a pleasure to watch. The PGA Tour moves back to the beautiful island of the Dominican Republic to the Punta Cana Resort and the Corales course.

Driving through the Punta Cana estate takes me back to when I was here back in late 2008. I was taken round the Tom Fazio-designed course, but at that time the grass had just been seeded. Those memories trigger my excitement as we turn up the road and past the practice ground on my left, which is probably where you will be dropped off. But first I have a few people to meet, and as I’m shaking hands I can see the course just behind the pro shop – it’s just tugging at me.

I jump in the buggy with my caddie and it’s down to the well-appointed practice ground to loosen up, then it’s off to the first tee. Now, I have to say that if you miss this fairway you should head back down to the range! It’s wide and even from the back tees at 433-yards, it’s a nice opening hole – the sea is not in full view but you get some tantalising glimpses, and when the wind blows I am sure you will be able to feel it.

The second is the first of the four great par 3s, and there really isn’t a weak one on the course, with water coming into play on one and the sea on two. With 239 yards between me and the pin this is no pushover, playing to a raised green protected by five deep bunkers and a waste area that runs all the way along the right hand side.


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My tips to Win:

Having skipped last weeks Honda Classic and getting in a weeks rest I feel Charley Hoffman 18/1 – with BetFair – maybe the man to beat this week. To say it’s been a tough wraparound season for Charley would be an understatement with three missed cuts and two withdrawals, but he does have seven Top 25 finishes from his sixteen starts which includes three Top 10s and I am sure he will take a lot of positives from his fourteenth-place finish here in September.

I did tip Jhonattan Vegas 28/1 – with UniBet – at the Puerto Rico Open which he just missed forcing a play-off by one shot, I also said one of the reasons behind that decision to tip him is because he seems to play well at tournaments in Spanish speaking countries and his best result up until Puerto Rico was at the Mayakoba Golf Classic in Mexico. Having said that Jhonattan has played in this event twice and missed the cut here in September, but I expect him to be challenging again this week after playing some solid golf in the wind at the Honda Classic

With a win and a runner-up on already this season Brandon Wu 33/1 – with UniBet – sits in the Top 5 on the Korn Ferry Tours OOM and will be looking to improve on his seventh-place finish at the Puerto Rico Open when he teed it up on the regular PGA Tour. This will be Brandons’ first time teeing it up at Corales, but having missed the cut at the Honda Classic he will have had some extra time to acclimatise for this weeks event.

Each-way tips:

The 2017 winner of this event when it was a tour tournament was Nate Lashley 40/1 – with SportingBet – he also had a Top 5 finish here back in September last year firing a third round 65 along the way. Nate has been playing some solid golf although he does have four missed cuts, but has had a couple of Top 10 finishes including a Top 5 at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Lashley has won on the PGA Tour taking the Rocket Mortgage Classic in 2019 and I expect him to be challenging this week.

A runner-up finish here in the inaugural event firing rounds of 64, 65 along the way Sam Ryder 40/1 – with SportingBet – who also has another Top 15 finish here will have some positive memories when he arrives here this week. Sam should come into this week in buoyant mood after his Top 5 at a very tough Honda Classic at the weekend and will be looking to be in the thick of it again here come Sunday.

Outside tip:

Out of the five times Rafael Campos 150/1 – with OddsChecker – has teed it up in this event he has missed the cut in four of them, but the one cut he didn’t miss he had a third-place finish. I tipped Rafael as my 200/1 longer odds tip at the Puerto Rico Open where he had another third-place finish, the odds are not so generous this week, but I still think he is worth a punt at these odds.

Longer odds:

Try Fabián Gómez 175/1 – with SportingBet

As always good luck


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