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    Bets for the 2nd major this course look set up fir big hitters


    Only major he won and a suprise still on one major win but can add a 2nd title. 5th last weekend and 3rd at Augusta peaking at the right time.


    Has a fine record in the Pga championship and will secure one of these and maybe this week
    12th at Augusta and did dissapoint in final round. Expect more from him here


    Still a maiden but shows many times what suits him a long course that be a tough test and it looks ideal here. Was 6th in the masters loss a playoff to List at Farmers insurance open.
    And got major form already

    SHANE LOWRY 40/1

    Talk of winds be up later in the week 8f true and he can exploit that. 2nd in Honda classic
    3rd in masters and Heritage open everything points to a big performance here


    Last 2 bets are a pair of CAMERONS. A maiden yes and majors form is MC MC MC but way course set up ideal for him. 2nd at Genesis invitational a elite field that is. And 2 and 3 last 2 tournaments to

    CAMERON CHAMP 170/1 Boosted price

    Snap out of bad form with 10th at masters had evert chance at Mexico open a treble bogey on final day end his hopes. But got form in majors 10th in masters and PGA.

    Good luck guys also rotten luck with SUNGAE IM
    75/1 ante post is ruled out because of covid

    Good luck all

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    Mine is going to be a proper shopping list but I don’t necessarily agree about the boomers Darren ! I think it is going to be down to up and downs around the greens which look tiny by the way!!

    Jordan Speith at 26 on the machine is my first bet but plenty more to follow

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    Rory, 14/1

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    Okay here we go with the shopping list

    First of all my each way picks all ten places

    J SPEITH 18/1
    M HOMA 45/1
    S LOWRY 28/1
    B HARMAN 150/1

    These five are my main fancies and I REALLY fancy Harman and Speith !

    Next are my big outsiders all twelve places each way

    J HARDING 400/1
    MIN WOO LEE 250/1
    H HIGGS 500/1
    J DUFNER 750/1
    K STREELMAN 350/1

    I did say it was a shopping list but I do get carried away a bit in the majors :yahoo: :yahoo:

    Now for a bit of an odd one . Sky are offering odds without the big six as they call them so these bets are each way six places without Scottie,Rahm,JT,Rory Colin and Speith

    S LOWRY 22/1
    B HARMAN 100/1

    And finally a couple of left field bets J DUFNER to finish in the top thirty at 33/1 and Rory and Shane to finish top twenty 11/2 Justin Rose 7/1 top English :good: :good: :good:

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    Rory McIlroy 16/1 (28/1 1st round leader market)

    He goes through bad spells (by his standard) but he’s in
    fine fettle at the moment and nobody is more dangerous when
    he’s in form, and he’s in form.

    Hideki Matsuyama 25/1 (45/1 1st round leader market)

    He’s in the form of his life, twice a winner this season and
    T3 last time out at the Byron Nelson with a final round 62.
    He’s gotta be in the money.

    Webb Simpson 125/1 (100/1 1st round leader board)

    Definitely not in the form of his life, but he’s got the game
    for here and not been out of the top 30 in the PGA in the last
    3 years. If he starts well I think he could have a good tournament
    here at a big price.

    Sebastian Munoz 140/1 (100/1 1st round leader market)

    I was sick as a pig that I missed Seb last week, not sure what his
    1st round lead of 60 played, but if he’s 100/1 this week I doubt he
    would have been under that last week. Played 4 great rounds for T3.
    I’m not taking the chance that he’s not on a roll. I’ve always thought
    he’s a better player than people/bookies think. I think he has a shout.

    Missed last week, couldn’t possibly miss a Major. Good luck Darren and Raymo,
    and hopefully a few other guys who might join us this week :good:

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    I see you are with us this week Turkoman, best of luck :good:

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    Same to you, BigG.

    Hope Rory can put together four solid rounds, he only needed one at the Masters and still finish 2nd. That’s how talented he rally is!

    Some big prices out there, good luck all!!!

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    Should be a cracker. My four to 10 places are;

    Spieth – 14/1
    Matsuyama – 22/1
    Lowry – 30/1
    Koepka – 35/1

    Good luck all.

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    Goodluck Pants, we’ve both got Matsuyama and Turkoman and I have Rory.
    I hope one of us comes up with the winner :good:

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    This morning’s featured group has Tiger, Rory and Spieth. It’s going to be a real blast watching these guys!

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    Rory Going well Turkoman, a long way to go but I’be be happy if he could hang on
    to the 1st round lead. he’s 5 under after 15 and 2 shots clear. A 28/1 would be a
    nice start, but half the field yet to start.

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    I bet Cameron Smith 12-1 e/w; he came back really well after a double bogey.

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    He had a great back nine (holes 1 to 9) and he’s definitely in with
    a serious shout befair. Best of luck :good:

    Cork All Star
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    McIlroy in “gets off to good start in a major” shock news! 😉

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    Paid 28/1 for 1st round leader Cork :good:

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    WELL DONE GRAHAM :good: :good:
    I must admit I thought he was going to blow it towards the end of the round but the final birdie saw him home safely!

    I must say though I think he is likely to throw a bad round in but for your sake I hope I am wrong. :good: :good:

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    Congrats BigG! What a price!….I’ve been a big supporter ever since I saw him play for the first time in 2007 The Open at Carnoustie. When he’s on, there’s no one more exciting or better to watch!
    As for his 1st round here, his performance has a lot to do with being paired with Spieth. There’s no way Rory would “allow” Spieth to win a Grand Slam before he can win his own at next year’s Master’s….

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