Omega Dubai Desert Classic

Staying in the desert, the European Tour moves to Dubai for the Omega Dubai Desert Classic. Someone must be buying watches with the Rolex events and the Omega desert classics. The Emirates Golf Club, the First grass course in Dubai was designed by Karl Litten and is 7300 yards (6660m) par 72. Low scores are the norm and the Australian Lucas Herbert won his maiden tour event here last year with 24 under.

Some very long priced players this week on Betfair.

Lorenzo Gagli-$960

David Drysdale-$1000

Oliver Fisher-$1000

Nino Bertasio-$1000

Andrea Pavan-$1000

Shubhankar Sharma-$920

Jeff Winther-$910

Zander Lombard-$1000

James Morrison-$720

Steven Brown-$900

Wade Ormsby-$690

Grant Forrest-$680

Min Woo Lee-$360

Farmers Insurance Open

The US Tour moves to SAN Diego to the municipal 36 hole facility. The south course which boasts two US Opens, the famous one won by Tiger with a broken leg. The William Bell Links is a bear at 7700 yards (7039m) par 72, with a high 78.2 Course rating and a slope of 144

Some real value here too. Given we’ve tipped 3-$ 1000 winners in three years.

Seung Yul-Noh-$1000:Back from military service in Korea. Very good striker

Jamie Lovemark-$1000 disappointing so far but has real talent

Vincent Whaley-$1000 Young future star

Joe Bramlett-$1000 Double your bet on this fella

Rhein Gibson-$1000 Aussie with ability

Scott Brown-$1000 Fearless and can have a good week on a strikers course

Mark Anderson-$1000 Smoky

Fabian Gomez-$1000 good finishes if he gets away

Xingjun Zhang-$1000 much better than those odds

Kevin Tway-$1000 well bred and can hit

Aaron Baddeley-$700 inplay

Branson Burgoon-$1000 Long hitting tyro

Bo Hoag-$1000

K H Lee-$800 Playing well

Robby Shelton-$800 Pops up