LPGA Gainbridge Classic

The LPGA tour returns at last to Lake Nona Golf and Country Club, in Orlando , Florida, for the Gainbridge LPGA. The course designed by Tom Fazio is between 6366 yards and 7200 yards, the former the more likely length for this event. Known for its beauty and quality the course is an adequate test.

on Betfair, again it’s difficult with the small amount of bettors, but I found a couple.

Wichanee Muchai-$500

Kristen Gillman-$250

Ashley Buhai-$210

In Gee Chun-$80

Sung Hyun Park-$70

And Lydia Ko is coming back after surgery so I would lay her at $23!

If you can get the following prices also back these.

Emma Talley-$650

Maria Torres-$700

Maria Fassi-$500

Gabby Ruffels-220

Sarah Schmeltzel-$240

Yealimi Noh-$120

For some reason there is less interest in gambling on women’s golf whilst their profile is ever increasing.

WGC Workday Championship

The PGA Tour and the best of the European tour contest the WGC Workday Championship again without spectators. The course was designed by Jack Nicklaus design, in conjunction with Tony Jacklin, called The Concession to honour the putt for a tie, Jack gave Tony with great sportsmanship at the 1969 Ryder Cup match. At 7449 yards par 72, the course is designed for the very long hitters which sometimes throws up a short hitter winner. Let’s hope so.

On Betfair, Louis Oosthuizen-$110 His best odds for years

Mark Leishman-$200- Always a chance at this level

Gary Woodland-$260 US Open winner

Mackenzie Hughes-$350, Improving all the time

Laurie Canter-$510, Young European starting to impress

Andy Sullivan-$430, European with a game for US courses

Lucas Herbert-$490, Has shown. A remarkable ability to go up in class

Brendon Todd-$280, Dual winner recently

Sebastian Munoz-$340, Young Mexican Star

Erik van Rooyen,-$380, another European with a US game

Sami Valimaki-$740, ditto

Jason Scrivener-$1000

Min Woo Lee-$1000 Will break through at this level

Puerto Rico Open

The secondary PGA Tour event the Puerto Rico Open is to be played concurrently at the Grand Reserve Country Club, a Tom Kite designed Course, a monster at 7557 yards par 72 with an impressive slope of 77.9. That difficulty doesn’t seem to slow the games of the second division tour players.

On Betfair, I noticed

Charlie Beljan-$1000 an old stager, but his comeback has been impressive recently

John Senden-$1000 another veteran who has been looking after his son, but showing form again

Will Cannon-$860, a Young up and comer

Will Mackenzie-$1000, a former whizzkid

JJ Henry-$730

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