Scottish Open

The DP World Tour moves to the Open prelude, the Scottish Open at the Renaissance Club. Tom Doak designed Renaissance Club for the Scottish Open. The course is 7303 yards (6680m) par 71 and the degree of difficulty is a function of how windy it is. It’s right next to Muirfield and not far from North Berwick. One my favourite.

The market is based on world rankings, but evidence is that mostly European players contend and win here. If I’ve tipped US tour players it’s only because their odds are way overs.

On Bet365 each way 

  • Special bet

Will Besseling-$2001

Haotong Li-$2001

Harrison Endycott-$1501 * 

Daniel Gavin’s-$1001

Hennie Bekker-$1001

Aaron Baddeley-$601

Callum Shinkwin-$601

Ross Fisher-$701

Callum Tarren-$401

Daniel Hillier-$226

Matt Wallace-$201

On Betfair

Lee Hodges-$430

Daniel Hillier-$400

Dana Open

The LPGA goes to play the Dana Open at Highland Meadows Golf Club in Sylvana, Ohio. The par 71 course measures 6686 yards (6114m) and has a course rating of 72.9 and a slope of 138. The original course was designed by Sandy Alves and recently upgraded by Forrest Smith.

On Bet365  each way 5 places

Cydney Clanton-$1001 *

Maria Torres-$601

Jennifer Song-$601

Annie Park-$401

Yealimi Noh-$401

Daniela Darquea-$351

Muni He-$301

Lauren Hartlage-$301

Wichanee Meechai-$251

Linnea Strom-$226

Barbasol Championship

The PGA Tour plays the Barbasol Championship at Keene Trace Golf Club, in Nicholasville, Kentucky. The course 7328 yards (6674m) par 72. Designed by Arthur Hills, course rating 74.4, slope rating 136.

On Bet365 ,1-8 1/5 the odds each way

Chris Stroud-$126

Ryan Brehm-$201

Scott Brown-$226

Greg Chalmers-$301

Brian Stuard-$501