Tenerife Open

The European Tour starts the week at the Tenerife Open at the Golf Costa Adeja on the Island of Tenerife, the largest of the Canaries with a population of around one million people, nearly 50% of the island groups residents. The great beaches and local native culture and festive occasions draw tens of thousands of Western Europeans and British people to the islands attractions. The course designed by Pepe Gancedo stretches out to 6857 yards (6240m) and is a par 72. Low scores are expected.

We missed the mark last week so need to lift and on Betfair we see as value

Don’t take below these prices

Peter Hanson-$1000 Former Ryder Cupper who shows form when he plays

Andre Pavan-$1000

Liam Johnston-$900

SS P Chawrasia-$1000

Dave Coupland-$450

Adrien Saddier-$900

Jake McLeod-$800

Toby Tree-$500

Grant Forrest-$240

Jack Senior-$160

Darius van Driel-$170

Ashun Wu-$160

I’m not backing these but if I was having only one bet I’d back one of these

Nicolai Hojgaard-$90

Conor Syme-$50

Thorjburn Oleson-$40

Callum Hill-$42

JB Hansen-$46

Joist Luiten-$42 the best bet of these and in terrific form

HSBC World Championship, LGPA

The LPGA go to Sentosa Golf club in Singapore for the HSBC World Championship. The original Ronald Fream course was highly regarded and held the Singapore Open. Remodelled by Andrew Johnston the course now measures. This event starts tomorrow about 10 am AEST

The markets still very thin and I wouldn’t take any less than prices suggested on Betfair

Jasmine Suwannapura-$550

Cydney Clanton-$700

Pornanong Phatlum-$500

IK Kim-$500

Chella Choi-$400

Kristen Gillman-$300

Ashleigh Buhai-$300

Nichole Brock Larsen-$340

Miriam Lee-$180

A Lim Kim-$120

Jenny Shin-$80

Post those prices overnight and you’ll get some of them when the overseas punters come on stream

Valspar Championship

The PGA Tour heads to the Copperhead course at Innsbrook Resort at Palm Harbour, Florida for the Valspar Championship. The course designed by Larry Packard in 1974 is a strong 7209 yards (6600m) with a course rating of 75.9 and a slope of 142.

Beau Hossler-$1000

Rob Oppenheim-$1000

Vincent Whaley-$1000

Robby Shelton-$710

Joseph Bramlett-$700

Mark Hubbard-$620

Adam Schenk-$600

Wesley Bryan-$470

Jamie Lovemark-$500

Sam Ryder-$430

KH Lee-$450

Brandt Snedeker-$220

Mackenzie Hughes-$200

Of the shorter priced one of these

Denny McCarthy-$130

Charles Howell 111-$100

Emaliono Grillo-$60

Jason Kokrak-$40