Qatar Masters

The European Tour moves back to the Middle East after the African swing and plays the Qatar Masters at the Doha Golf club. The Peter Harradine course plays 7324 yards (6720m) par 72.

On Bet365

Carlos Pigem-$1500 each way

Bernstein Rithammer-$751 each way

Haydn Porteous-$600 each way

David Drysdale-$500 each way

Scott Hend-$500 each way

On Betfair

Joel Stalter-$1000

Robin Rousseau-$1000

Jonathon Caldwell-$1000

Dave Coupland-$740

Chris Wood-$810

Chris Paisley-$750

Steven Brown-$540

Asian Tour

The Asian Tour plays the Delhi Golf club, a Gary Player redesign of Peter a Thomson’s Lodhi course, now stretched to 6933 yards (6326m) par 72.

No market as yet

JTBC Classic

Lady professionals back to the US to Carlsbad for the JTBC Classic at the Aviara Country Club. Designed by Arnold Palmer, the course a short 7007 yards (6404m) par 72: CR 75 and Slope of 144 will play around 6400 yards for the women.

On Betfair

Jenny Coleman-$940

Muni He-$940

Na yeon Choi-$940

Ana Belac-$940

Wichanee Meechai-$940

Emma Talley-$940

Cydney Clanton-$940

Sana’a Nuutinen-$700

Paula Reto-$500

WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play

The WGC Dell Matchplay hosts the best of the PGA Tour this week at the Austin Country Club, The Pete Dye course of 7108 yards (6505m)  has a course rating of 75.2 and a slope of 152. Ben Crenshaw, an Austin native has tweaked the tournament course.

On Betfair

Tony Finau-$67

Kevin Kisner-$60

Patrick Cantlay-$33

Mackenzie Hughes-$126

Lucas Herbert-$151

Corales Puntacana Championship

The second division head to the Corales Puntacan course, designed by Tom Fazio and at 7670 yards (6980 m) par 72 is a significantly longer test which doesn’t seem to affect the low scoring of these players.

On Bet365

Brian Davis-$751 each way

Rafael Campos-$200 each way

On Betfair

Brett Drewitt-$660

JJ Henry-$1000

Tommy Gainey-$650

Fabian Gomez-$450