this week i have resorted to picking some in form and some with good history at this course - like the idea of picking watney again but after backing him for a few wks and him paying off last wk I might skip altho no surprise if he is top 5
very close to picking Choi for his record here, and Harrington but will go with these this wk...
Retief GOOSEN > not one I'd pick normally and not sure about him when in contention these days but has won here and could be one to lurk then strike at the weekend if he posts a good score early on and gets the clubhouse lead... 30/1 appeals enough to warrant some investment
Bubba WATSON > backed him last wk due to his current excellent form, stats etc and the fact he seems to have become mentally stonger now so should really stick with him for another week - long off the tee but surprisingly no 1 ranked for GIR which is amazing really.. if he putts well which he can then he could win here... doubt being the illness of last wk, 29 Betfair
Justin ROSE > another who I rarely back but cant ignore agood record here and his safe neat and tidy tee to green game should bode wlel for him here... he needs to sink a few and be keen to win rather than accept another paycheque which is my worry but he did click on this tour last yr and may well be more mature these days > 40/1 best
Stuart APPLEBY > 60/1 is high enough for me and looks a decent price for apples who is getting back to his old self - banished a long run of poor form with a win last yr and has got good recent form here too... could go well and that price is encouraging for me
Ryan MOORE > had him in mind for this as sneaking along without much notice, in good form and should go well here as has played this course well previously... 50s again looks like decent value
trading > had a result with Hunter Haas last wk and worth a nibble at 160 here if his form stays good, Tommy Gainey at 125 as in good form, Kent Jones again at a big 730