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Matsuyama Wins Waste Management Phoenix Open

The Waste Management Phoenix Open did not just make noise at the 16th hole (stadium style hole) but down the stretch as well. Rickie Fowler and Hideki Matsuyama had to battle this one out punch for punch. 384 more words

Professional Sports

Brandt Snedeker Wins Interesting Farmers Insurance Open

Severe weather in San Diego leads to an interesting Monday finish at the Farmers Insurance Open. Torrey Pines showed its teeth this week; with the presence of heavy wind and rain the course played to a whole new difficulty. 359 more words

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CareerBuilder Challenge and Abu Dhabi Championship - Betting preview

Last week was a frustrating one for me on both Tours. After his win at the Fed Ex St Jude Classic last year Fabian Gomez wasn’t exactly flying in under the radar and I had been close to tipping him in last year’s RSM Classic (until I noticed he wasn’t playing!). 2,367 more words

Sports Betting

Jordan Spieth glad year is finally over

December 6, 2015

As Jordan Spieth walked up the 18th hole in the final round of the Hero World Challenge he was relieved.

Normally finishing at 20-under par would give you hope on the last hole for at least a play-off, but Bubba Watson was 26 under on the 18th tee and despite a bogey, he finished at 25-under, five ahead of Spieth. 279 more words

PGA Tour

Yawning at the PGA Wraparound Season

It has nothing to do with multiple first time winners over the start of the season. It has nothing to do with split fields and overseas events. 325 more words


CIMB Classic and Turkish Airlines Open - Betting Preview

It was quite a successful week last week with Kevin Na and Patrick Reed both finishing in the places but it could have been so much better. 2,106 more words

Sports Betting

Alfred Dunhill Links Betting Preview and Fed Ex Cup Review

Heir Jordan.

 2015 will always be remembered as Jordan Spieth’s year (sorry Jason, if you’re reading!). Whatever this incredible young man goes onto achieve in his career, it’s very unlikely that he will have a year as impressive as 2015 unless he actually manages the hallowed Grand Slam. 2,240 more words

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