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Tuesday, 9 August 2011

Holy Trinity to come good at US PGA

The fourth and final Golf Major of the year tees off on Thursday with the best in the world all competing for the last big honour of 2011 - it is off to John’s Creek, Georgia for the 2011 USPGA Championship. This will be a huge challenge for the players again, it will offer something different from the soft conditions at the US Open & the wind & rainy links of Royal St George’s for the British Open.  Rory Mcilroy will once again be all the rage but he has failed to build on his runaway US Open win & odds on offer of around 10-1 look a little too skinny.  Tiger Woods is back in the Major fold & his return to action last week raised more questions than answers but at odds of 25-1 we wouldn't put anyone off anyone having a small saver on a man who could yet come back to his dominant best. His charge in the final round of the Masters this year was vintage Tiger & it remains highly likely that he will be winning tournaments including Majors in the future.

With the recent trend of new winners on tour, do not be surprised to see the incredibly talented Rickie Fowler finally break out & win an event sooner rather than later.  His game has reached new heights of late & showed he had the mettle to compete in a Major with his performance in the Open, providing an excellent display in conditions largely alien to him.  This course should suit his game a lot more & after finishing tied for second last week in the Bridgestone invitational he is in superb form, his game has matured markedly over the past six months & he's available at 33-1 with Stan James.

Our next tip is Webb Simpson, an ultra consistent performer in 2011 who has had six top ten finishes in eighteen events including two runners up spots only missing out on a victory in a play off in New Orleans due to an incredibly unfortunate incident where the ball moved as he grounded his putter over a putt.  Every facet of his game looks in great shape right now & his current standing of ninth in the Fedex cup standings (above the likes of Matt Kuchar & always in contention Jason Day) shows the form he's in.  At 90-1 he looks a great value each way bet.

Finally at a huge price we’re going for another American in Rickie Fowler’s housemate and 2nd season rookie Cameron Tringale. Tringale finished just 191st in last year’s FedEx cup standings but retained his tour card through Q-School & has stepped up in his performances this year with 12 top 25 finishes . Those top 25’s include 4 top 10 placings & 3 of those have come in July including his best finish, tying for 4th & one shot outside of a playoff spot in the Greenbrier Classic. Tringale will feel right at home at the course having competed for Georgia Tech whilst at college & should get great support from the enthusiastic American galleries. Momentum is an important factor & whilst he needs to improve markedly on what he has done before his odds reflect this & is worth backing to finish in the top 10 at odds of 40/1 with a small each way bet in the outright market with Betfred at 300/1.

All three of our golfers should receive outstanding support & we fancy them to break the hold the rest of the World have had on the Majors since Phil Mickelson won for the good old USA back at the beginning of 2010 with his 3rd Masters win. All 3 are regular attendees of the PGA Tour’s bible study group & will be praying, along with us, that the big man is on their side.

Rickie Fowler at 33/1 with Stan James
Webb Simpson each way at 90/1 (several firms)
Cameron Tringale to finish in top 10 at 20/1 (general) & each way outright at 300/1 with Sky Bet

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