Well,Backawinners another winning week, but what could have been.
Kevin Tway ($1000) ran second, only a record last round by Jason Kokrak stopped a massive week. Martin Trainer ($1500 each way) led into the last round didn’t win, but tied for fifth, still a massive payday ($375 the place). Pornanong Phatlum ($750 each way) played great the last day, but fell at the final hole for us, a bogey finishing 6th and missing a $187 payday.
DP World Tour championship
The European Tour has its limited field Championship
- DP World Tour Championship the Tour finale which somehow allows PGA Tour players into the field who perhaps have never played in Europe. They play on the Earth course the same venue as last week designed by Greg Norman’s team lead by Bob Harrison, it measures 7708 yards Par 72.
Rory Mcilroy-$7.4 The best player and in the desert
Billy Horschel -$36 Still something to prove
Paul Casey-$23 each way on B365
Garrick Higgo -$75 PGA Tour winner
Lucas Herbert-6 each way ditto on B365
Francesco la Porta-$160 consistent performer
Grant Forrest-$350 recent winner
Jeff Winther-$500 ditto
Race to the CME Globe
The LPGA has its Championship final with a limited field. The race to the CME Globe will be played on the Tiburon course in Naples Florida, a Greg Norman (Bob Harrison) design the course for the event measures 6566 yards (5980 metres) par 72, set in marvellous grounds the. course is a fair test for the ladies best.
A few bets on Bet365
Jasmine Suwannapura-$251 each way
Nana Koertz Madsen-$151 each way
Yealimi Noh-$91 each way
A Lim Kim-$71 each way
On Betfair (if unavailable place ew bet on Bet365, but try!)
The PGA Tour heads to Sea Island, Georgia to play three rounds at the Seaside course, a Links style resulting from nine superb holes designed by Harry Colt and Charles Alison in 1929 who also designed Sunningdale and Huntingdale amongst a host of highly regarded courses. Tom Fazio remodelled this nine and the Joe Lee designed additional nine constructed in 1970. The course measures 7005 yards par 70, with a slope of 129 and a course rating of 72.7.
Ben Crane-$1000 each way
Brad Drewitt-$600 each way
Dawie van der Walt-$500 each way
Bill Haas-$500 each way
Roger Sloan-$251 each way