A big week this week!
The European Tour moves to Africa for the Magical Kenya Open at the historic Muthaiga Golf Club in Nairobi. The old (1913) course was renovated by Peter Matkovich and now measures 7169 yards (6580m) par 71 with a course rating of 135.
I suggest on Bet365
Carlos Pigem-$1000 each way
Craig Howie-$100 each way
Asian Tour International Series
The Asian Tour International Series starts again in Thailand at Mountain Golf Club at Hua Hin, south of Bangkok. The course designed by Phil Ryan is a monster, 7591 yards (6900m) par 72 with a course rating of 75.5 and a slope rating of 146.
Rory Hie-$751 each way
Scott Strange-$751 each way
Jake Higginbotham-$401 each way
SSP Chawraysia-$251 each way
Denzil Ieremia-$251 each way
HSBC Women’s World Championship
The LPGA have the HSBC Women’s World Championship at Sentosa Golf Club, Singapore to the Ronald Fream course. Playing about 6660 yards.
Wichanee Meechai-$401 each way
Ashleigh Buhai-$301 each way
Emma Talley-$501 each way
Wei Ling Hsu-$380
Sung Hyun Park-$170
Puerto Rico Open
The PGA Tour flies to Puerto Rico for the country’s Open Championship, to be held at the Grand Reserve Golf Club, designed by Tom Kite, the course is 7451 (6850m), par 71
Course Rating 77.3, Slope 133
Sang Moon Bae-$400
Markets are not yet mature on the US events and I will update this advice tomorrow to take advantage of better prices on offer on both US Tour events
Arnold Palmer Invitational
The Big show is the Arnold Palmer Invitational, being held as always at Arnold’s own course, Bay Hill, The Dick Wilson design, 7381 yards (6749m) par 72 with a slow of 138 and a course rating of 75.2.
Jonathon Byrd-$1000 each way
The Australian PGA, Sydney event is to be held starting today at the new Bonnie Doon Links, a much improved course designed by Geoff Ogilvy and Michael Clayton. A mixed event
Tom Power Horan-$540