Last week, Backawinners looked likely to have their biggest pay day. Our tip Ryan Brehm ($2000) each way was three behind the lead and T4 needing a 6 under final round to win $24000 (for a $20 investment) and a three under par round for a $4000 return. Ryan started promisingly with 5 pars but stumbled and sadly for us shot even par to miss one of the eight places required for a divvy. However we will continue with our strategy of high potential returns for small investments.

Bahrain Championship

The DP World Tour heads to Royal GC , Al Mazrowiah, Bahrain for the Bahrain Championship . The Colin Montgomerie design measures 7243 yards (6630m) par 72 with a course rating of 75.9 and a slope of 141

On Bet365 each way 1-8 places, 1/5 the odds.

Gunnar Wiebe-$1500

Daniel Gavins-$751

Jonas Blixt-$501

Espen Kolfsted-$501

Soren Kjeldsen-$451

Nicolas Colsaerts-$451

Haydn Barron-$351

Sung Kang-$351

AT&T Pebble Beach

The PGA Tour heads to the famous Pebble Beach for the AT&T Championship

the course originally designed by Jack Nevill was amended by Arnold Palmer. Now 7075 yards par 72, with a course rating of 75 and a slope of 145, the course plays longer at this time of the year with unpredictable weather.

Bookies have run for cover on long priced chances here, maybe our Ryan Brehm bets terrified them! The highest price offered is $351 on Bet365. Hardly any value! I only found

Bet365 each way 1-8 places, 1/5 the odds

Webb Simpson-$226

Lee Hodges-$226

Grayson Murray-$226

LIV Mayakoba

LIV Tour Plays at El Cameleon Golf Resort, the course designed by Greg Norman (Bob Harrison) is a 7039 Par 72 with a slope rating of 139 and a newly developed paspalum grass on fairways and greens.

On Sportsbet each way 1-6 places 1/4 the odds

Lucas Herbert-$51

Thomas Pietersen-$67

Laurie Canter-$101

Danny Lee-$201

Kalle Samooja-$251

Hudson Swafford-$401