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The PGA Tour now moves to Ohio for Jack’s Memorial Tournament, where green speeds will be up to 13 on the stimpmeter and the rough will be up to 4” deep so hitting the fairways is going to be paramount to making sure you hit the right section of each green, if not players will find themselves with some treacherous putts to navigate.
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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With a lot of bookies now moving to 1/5 of the odds for places, we will try to only show bookies who still offer 1/4 of the odds and bring you the best golf betting tips available for players price and place.
My tips to Win:
This weeks defending champion is Jon Rahm 11/1 — with SportingBet — who won this by 3-shots last year in very tough conditions and with a two shot penalty. After his first child was born Jon missed a cut and then didn’t really challenge at the AT&T Byron Nelson but his head seemed to be back in the game at the PGA Championship where he finished inside the Top 10. I think it’s a case of trying to find that balance and he will certainly want to put in a solid defence of his title this week.
After consecutive third place finishes I am sure Viktor Hovland 18/1 — with VBet — was expecting more of himself at the PGA Championship than a thirtieth-place finish. Having said that and adding in his two runner-up finishes and another Top 5, I am sure once that performance has been analysed and put into perspective, he will be back on track challenging again this week.
The current Masters champion was also a winner of this event back in 2014, in fact it was Hideki Matsuyama 25/1 — with WilliamHill — first win on the PGA Tour and the first time he had teed it up at Muirfield Village. Hideki defended his Memorial Tournament title with a Top 5 and has two other Top 15 finishes from his seven starts here and a solid Top 25 at the PGA Championship should see Matsuyama ready to challenge again come Sunday afternoon.
Slightly surprised to see Keegan Bradley 60/1 — with OddsChecker — this far down the betting odds and while I didn’t expect him to be under the 30s when someone comes to a tournament where they’ve had a couple of Top 10 finishes it usually shows when their game is on, then they can perform well here. With that in mind Keegan comes into this week on the back of not being outside the Top 25 in his last five starts, which includes his runner-up at the Valspar Championship the week after his Top 5 with Brendan Steele at the New Orleans Classic and a Top 20 at a tough PGA Championship.
It took Marc Leishman 70/1 — with SkyBet — a while to find his feet over the Muirfield Village course in fact six attempts and then made the Top 15 four times from his next six starts including two Top 5s. It’s been an up and down year for Marc a Top 5 at The Masters a win with his friend Cameron Smith at the New Orleans Classic, but then a missed cut at the PGA Championship along with three other missed cuts, but then you need to take into account a Top 5 in Hawaii and a Top 20 at the Farmers Insurance Open. One thing is for sure Leishman enjoys teeing it up at the Memorial Tournament and that is always a good basis to start from.
After a Top 5 here last year and coming into this week on the back of two Top 6s and two other Top 25 from his last seven starts I was again surprised to see Matt Wallace 100/1 — with 10Bet — this far down the betting odds. Like Keegan I didn’t expect him to be under 30s, but coming back here to a course that isn’t going to be playing as tough as it was last year when he had that Top 5 finish and he is now starting to find his feet on the PGA Tour, you can now see why I think these are great odds for Matt this week.
Try Alex Noren 150/1 — with 10Bet
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