Honda Classic Golf Betting Tips 2020

Who will win in Florida?

Honda Classic Golf Betting Tips 2020
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The PGA Tour are back in Florida this week with the Honda Classic being played at PGA National Resort & Spa

Honda Classic Golf Betting Tips 2020

The PGA Tour are back in Florida this week with the Honda Classic being played at PGA National Resort & Spa.

Keith Mitchell won his maiden PGA Tour event here last season and the American is in the field again this week – he is 60/1 to retain his title.

Brooks Koepka was second last year and is the 11/1 favourite – also well fancied are Tommy Fleetwood (12/1) and Rickie Fowler (12/1). There is not a strong field this week due to the toughness of the course - meaning there is some good value out there.

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Justin Rose 4 points each way at 20/1 – The former world number one has not had odds beginning with a 2 for an awfully long time. Now is the chance to capitalise – the field this week is not the strongest – he has played three events this year and has a 2nd place already so not in awful form!

Emiliano Grillo 2 points each way at 50/1 – The Argentinian was 3rd last week in Puerto Rico and was 8th here last year. Put that together with this juicy price it adds up to a top tip.

Harris English 2 points each way at 60/1 – Looks to be back to form after a couple of rocky years – in his last 10 events he has four top 10s – and he had his best finish of 2019 here last season.

Talor Gooch 1 point each way at 90/1 – Is on a good run of form when you look at his odds – made 10 straight cuts and has had two top 10s – including last week at The Genesis Invitational – over that period: a good each way shout.

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