Sony Open of Hawaii

The PGA Tour gets its regular event programme going again for 2022 with the Sony Hawaiian Open at the Seth Raynor designed Wai’alae Country club. Raynor was one of America’s greatest pre war, golden age architects and the course of 7125 yards (6515 metres) is rated 74.6 with a slope of 141.

On Betfair, I recommend

Kevin Chappell-$940

Michael Gligic-$1000

Curtis Thompson-$1000

Ben Kohles-$930

Austin Smotherman-$820

Beau Hossler-$800

Richly Werenski-$750

Chesson Hadley-$700

Cam Percy-$690

Joseph Bramlett-$630

Seth Reeves-$690

Kevin Tway-$600

Roger Sloan-$500

Australian PGA Championship

The Australian PGA Championship starts tomorrow morning at the redesigned Royal Queensland course in Brisbane. Mike Clayton’s much improved course measures 6443 m, (7087 yards) par 72, course rating 74.

Not much value, but I found on Betfair

Denzil Ieremia-$75

Todd Sinnott-$150

David Mackenzie-$300

Ashley Hall-$570

The Womens PGA is played concurrently, but with Su Oh at $3.25 in a limited field, I thought laying Su, might be the only bet.