Last week was looking pretty on Sunday morning with Min Woo Lee ($330) one behind and after three holes one in front! At the same time as Min Woo dumped his pitch in the water for a triple bogey 7, opening the door for a Sheffler birdie streak, the dream was over. Min Woo did show he is a potential force in these events. In Africa on the DP world tour, Pierre Pinau ($301 each way) had a chance to win and finished 11, 3 shots out of a payday. In New Zealand, Kit Bittle ($251 each way) also just missed a payday.

SDC Championship

This week, the DP Tour moves across South Africa to the Club at Steyn City, Gauteng Province. The Jack Nicklaus design is a monster 7760 yards (7054m) par73. The course rating 76.3 and the slope rating 153.

On Betfair

Pedro Figeurido-$760

Ben Follett-Smith-$1000

Anton Karlsson-$830

Neil Shietikqt-$730

Joachim B Hansen-$500

Manu Gandes-$500

Alex Levy-$470

NSW Open

The Australasian Tour moves to Rich River resort for the Play Today, NSW Open.

The course designed by Peter Thomson measures 6698 yards (6360m) par 72 with a course rating of 73 and a slope of 129.

On Betfair

Shae Wools-Cobb-$75

Mathias Sanchez-$13

Kit Bittle-$700

Chang Gi- Lee-$930

Edward Donoghue-$930

Steven Jeffress-$930

Peter Leonard-$930

Valspar Championship

The PGA Tour plays the Innisbrook Country Club, Copperhead course for the Valspar Championship, the Larry Packard design is 7194 yards (6578m) par 72 with a course rating of 75.1 and a slope of 147.

On Betfair

Wesley Bryan-$720

Robert Streb-$850

Matti Schmid-$570

Vincent Norrman-$510

Matthias Schwab-$530

Henrik Norlander-$450

Martin Laird-$370

Luke Donald-$440

S H Kim-$180

Ryan Gerard-$170

Ben Taylor-$180

LIV Tucson

The LIV Tour plays Tucson at the Gallery Golf Club north Course, the John Fought, Tom Lehman design measures 7315 yards, (6670m) par 72 with a course rating 74.2 and a slope of 144.

On Bet365

Jed Morgan-$501 each way

Matt Jones-$101 each way

On Betfair

Cameron Smith-$13.5

Sihwan Kim-$760