Last week Austin Smotherman tied for fifth with a small payday a $23 place dividend, little fish, but not what we are aiming for we want the Whale!

Italian Open

This week the DP World Tour goes to the Marco Simone Golf course the home of the next Ryder Cup, for the Italian Open, the Jim Fazio, David Mezzacane design measures 7321 yard (6710m) par 72 with a course rating of 72.4 and a slope of 140.

On Bet365

Pedro Figeurido-$2001 each way

Joel Stalter-$1501 each way

Manu Gandes-$1001 each way

Lorenzo Gagli-$1001 each way (home town hero?)

Andres Romero-$1001 each way

Robin Scott-Siegrist-$401 each way

Daniel Hillier-$201 each way

On Betfair

Nicolai von Dellinghausen-$520

Santiago Tarrio-$380

Marcus Armitage-$380

Francesco La Porta-$360

Rio Hisatsune-$250

Shubhankar Sharma-$251

LPGA International Challenge

The LPGA plays a teams event, the International Crown  involving 8 countries. If you want a bet only Australia with a good team to win their group at $5.75, but they have to beat the Koreans, no easy task. I’d abstain.

Wells Fargo Championship

The PGA Tour plays the Wells Fargo at Quail Hollow, an Old Ceorge Cobb course measuring 7114 yards par 72 with a course rating of 74.9 and a slope of 139.

An unbelievable bet first up. Rory McIlroy who has won here recently and a number of top tens is $51 to lead after the first round on Bet365. Get on!

On Bet365

JB Holmes-$2001 each way, previous winner here 2014

Jason Dufner-$2001 each way

Troy Merritt-$1001 each way

Henrik Norlander-$1001 each way

Callum Tarren-$1001 each way

Justin Lower-$1001 each way

Nick Watnet-$1001 each way

Kramer Hickok-$1001 each way

Mathias Schwab-$751 each way

Chad Ramey-$751 each way

Harrison Endycott-$751 each way

James Hahn-$501 each way, previous winner at this course 2016

Kevin Streelman-$501 each way

Alejandro Tosti-$401 each way