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may 27th 14.43
To quote from one of my favourite Stevie Ray Vaughan blues tracks - "It's floodin' down in Texas" - and this weeks Byron Nelson could turn into a soggy mess - I have just settled for some small bets on outsiders.
Rod Pampling whilst Australian will feel right at home here as he lives just a few miles away in Flower Mound. He seems to save some of his best form for Texas and has three times been in the top ten here at Las Colinas. His form on the main tour has been poor but a win last time out on the tour should give him some confidence £15 ew 200/1 6 places
Austin Cook is a player of promise and in his two tour starts to date has performed surprisingly well. He Monday qualified this week and I couldn't resist £20 on him at 510 on Betfair.
Like Pampling DA Points has some excellent finishes around here including a 3rd and 7th so can play the layout well. He is also a bit out of form but can turn it on from anywhere as he did with his win in Texas in 2013 which was preceeded by a whole host of missed cuts £25 win 340 + £10 top 5 50/1
Lastly I will come to a player who has no course form at all but was a highly promising 5th last week at the very similar Colonial venue. What I have noticed over the years is that a top ten finish coupled with a first in the all round stats one week can often lead to a win the following week (Robert Streb being a fine recent example) and Adam Hadwin fits the bill nicely. He won twice last year on the tour and after a poor run of form last weeks finish hasn't gone un-noticed but he still seems a fair price £30 win 240 + £25 top 5 33/1
may 26th 15.43
This week on the European tour we have the Irish Open from one of the best golf courses in the world - Royal County Down and with the weather forecast being wind and rain I think we are in for a real cracker. With outsiders holding sway in recent mORe
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