Abu Dhabi Championship 2021

The European Tour heads back to Abu Dhabi for their Tour Opener, the HSBC Tour Championship. The Abu Dhabi course finished in 2000, and home of this event since 2006 was designed by Kyle Phillips is 7600 yards (7283m) par 72.

On Betfair, I found

Joel Stalter-$1000 Young Frenchman improving, good college record

Thomas Aiken-$1000 Plays well in the desert

Tapio Pulkannen-$1000 Long hitting Finn

Shubhankar Sharma-$

Jeff Winther-$

Andrea Pavan-$1000 Won in 2019, and 2020.

Matthew Southgate-$830

Grant Forrest-$1000, Scot starting to show

Chris Wood-$1000 Won’t Be Long Before he regains Ryder Cup form

Steven Brown-$860

Min Woo Lee-$600

Marcus Armitage-$400

Alex Levy-$410

Callum Shinkwin-$320

Pablo Larrazabal-$310, Fearless and pops up in the desert

Ryan Fox-$200 Very strong

LPGA Diamond Resorts TOC 2021

Walt Disney, hosts the Diamond Resorts event for the LPGA. The tour opener is held at the Four Seasons Resort at Disneyworld Orlando, on a Tom Fazio designed 6901 yard par 71 course. The LPGA will play from 6300-6500 yards (5720m-5920m) par 71. CR76.2 Slope rating 141. The elite field of only 25 players didn’t represent much value. The best Koreans aren’t there. I thought only Cydney Clanton at $150 was worth a small punt, but there’s no takers, probably Stacy Lewis who can win these offield events at $30 is the only bet at this stage

American Express 2021

The PGA Tour juggernaut moves to California to the PGA West, stadium course for the American Express 2021. A Pete Dye design,  PGA West features all of Dyes tricks and is a very difficult 7300 yard, CR 76.1, Slope 150.

Josh Teater-$1000

Rob Oppenheim-$1000

Scott Harington-$1000

Kevin Tway-$1000

Rhein Gibson-$1000

Scott Brown-$800

Kevin Tway-$940

Vincent Whaley-$760