Who is going to win at TPC Summerlin this week?

Shriners Hospitals For Children Open Betting Tips 2021

Matt Wolff 2pts each-way at 45/1 with Bet365
Given Wolff’s previous form at this golf course, he shot 61 at TPC Summerlin last year and lost in a playoff, he is definitely one to watch.

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Scottie Scheffler 1pt each-way at 22/1 with Bet365
After a very successful Ryder Cup, the next step for Scottie Scheffler is to get into the winner’s circle on the PGA Tour.

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Abraham Ancer 1pt each-way at 22/1 with Bet365
Another player with excellent form at this golf course, Ancer has shown he can compete on the PGA Tour after victory at the WGC-FedEx St Jude Invitational in August.

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Sam Burns 1pt each-way at 25/1 with Bet365
Burns will attempt to go back-to-back this week after winning comprehensively at the Sanderson Farms Championship.

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Will Zalatoris 1pt each-way at 30/1 with Bet365
It was an up and down week for Zalatoris last week, including two rounds in the 70’s and a 61. More consistency will be the key if he wants to get into the winner’s circle at last.

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Shriners Hospitals For Children Open Betting Tips 2021 – advised bets

If Sam Burns can drive as wonderfully as he did with his new Callaway Epic Max when landing GM Online followers an 18/1 touch in Mississippi on Sunday, maybe we all need one. Just £449 if you shop around, I believe!

It was Burns’ Night at the Sanderson Farms all right and the one-stroke winning margin does not do justice to the extent of the 25-year-old’s superiority tee to green at the Country Club of Jackson.

He was unusually far down the putting stats last week otherwise he’d have been a wide-margin winner. This was the 25-year-old’s second win this year – he also did the business at the Valspar in early May – and there should be more to come from the impressive Louisianan.

As Burns went close to following up next time out – he was runner-up at the Byron Nelson – and he should be in the mix in stronger company at the Shriners Children’s Open in Las Vegas this week.

This is the 25th anniversary of Tiger Woods’ first PGA Tour win at TPC Summerlin when it was a 90-hole pro-am and the Tiger cub shot  27 under to tie Davis Love III, then beat him in a playoff.

These days the well-bunkered course plays as a 7255-yard par 71 but at 2700ft above sea level the ball goes miles.

This is the first of a two-week spin in this gambler’s paradise, the CJ Cup coming up next at new venue The Summit with 16 members of the US and European Ryder Cup teams carded to tee it up.

The competition isn’t quite as stiff this time but Brooks Koepka, Harris English and Scottie Scheffler are back after their Whistling Straits heroics while Viktor Hovland, Paul Casey and Ian Poulter represent Europe.

Further European interest comes via Dunhill Links hero Danny Willett and Danish prodigy Rasmus Hojgaard, at 20 already a triple winner.

With Masters winners Hideki Matsuyama and Patrick Reed in the supporting cast alongside Louis Oosthuizen, world No. 8 and highest-ranked golfer in the field, the list of potential winners is frighteningly long. No wonder some bookmakers are going 20/1 the field!

Scheffler, who got into the Ryder squad without a W on his CV yet took down Europe’s main man Jon Rahm, looked totally at home at Whistling Straits and could break through here. He is far too good to be a nearly man for much longer.

The same comment applies to Will Zalatoris, yet another gifted American youngster. It was surprising Zalatoris didn’t press on after a good start at Jackson.

He finished fifth in Las Vegas last year and can be expected to improve on that. Having finished 11th at Silverado and 14th in Mississippi, he’s better prepared than most and looks ready to make a big statement any time now.

After taking almost two months out for mental health reasons, Wolff will always carry a risk as a punting proposition but he shot a 61 at Summerlin last year and there was much to like about his 17th at Jackson last week.

At 22 he is younger than those like Hovland and Morikawa who have made bigger strides and has found life on tour, hotel-to-course-to-hotel, a lonely place at times.

His quirky swing isn’t in any textbook and he was a winner probably too early for his own well-being in 2019. This birdie machine will be a factor again on courses like Summerlin where a score of 23 under has been needed to make the past two playoffs.

Also fancied are Mexican ace Abraham Ancer and Ryder Cup reject Patrick Reed, little Ancer holding the stronger claim after breaking his PGA Tour duck (he had won before in Australia) in the style of a solid operator at the big WGC event at St Jude in August.

Fourth at Summerlin in two of the last three Shriners, Ancer is a more confident player for getting that first US victory under his belt as he demonstrated with top-tens in good company on his two final starts of the 20/21 campaign.

Well-fancied Kevin Na (rib injury) and Brendon Todd are late withdrawals.

Check out how the GM Tipster is getting on this year on our Golf Betting Tips homepage.

Shriners Hospitals For Children Open Betting Tips 2021 – advised bets

Matt Wolff 2pts each-way at 45/1 with Bet365
Given Wolff’s previous form at this golf course, he shot 61 at TPC Summerlin last year and lost in a playoff, he is definitely one to watch.

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Scottie Scheffler 1pt each-way at 22/1 with Bet365
After a very successful Ryder Cup, the next step for Scottie Scheffler is to get into the winner’s circle on the PGA Tour.

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Abraham Ancer 1pt each-way at 22/1 with Bet365
Another player with excellent form at this golf course, Ancer has shown he can compete on the PGA Tour after victory at the WGC-FedEx St Jude Invitational in August.

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Sam Burns 1pt each-way at 25/1 with Bet365
Burns will attempt to go back-to-back this week after winning comprehensively at the Sanderson Farms Championship.

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Will Zalatoris 1pt each-way at 30/1 with Bet365
It was an up and down week for Zalatoris last week, including two rounds in the 70’s and a 61. More consistency will be the key if he wants to get into the winner’s circle at last.

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