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april 23rd 15.03
The PGA tour tees off in New Orleans this week but many players have taken the week off including the two I originally had down to back - Hadley and Kokrak. The latter player was going to be a pick due to the event being a common one for players to lose their maiden tag but I have only picked one of those because it is so difficult finding the right week when a player finally wins his first title.
I make no excuses for picking Patrick Reed again because at the price in this field he is definitely worth a saver @ 40/1 win only (0.3 points) because we know he can get over the line. He also has some decent course form as this was one of the first places he made a PGA cut something he also did at Sedgefield and we already know he has won there.
Cameron Tringale is my one player who hasn't won before despite knocking on the door numerous times - much like recent winners Horschel and Dufner. I expected him to be a much lower price as he was 4th in his penultimate start but a missed cut at unsuitable Harbour Town means the books pushed him out again. He has also shown some really good form around the Louisiana course as before last years missed cut he was 28/18/7 - 0.3 ew 66/1
Andres Romero can boast some even better course form as it remains his one tour win to date and he was also 8th in 2011. I don't think his form this year is that bad with a 12th place in the Honda Classic being his best finish and that reads quite well in this field. In past years he has always flown back to Argentina and played in an event the week before in his homeland. This year he did go back but went early and only played the pro-am last Tuesday - the last time he didn't play that event was interestingly the year he won here 0.3 ew 125/1
Last man in is Ken Duke who finally broke his PGA duck last year at another TPC course - River Highlands where Bubba Watson also won so there is another player who has mORe
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