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Final round scores from the Waste Management Phoenix Open

Kyle Stanley -15
Ben Crane -14
Spencer Levin -13
D.J. Trahan -12
Brendan Steele -11
Kevin Na -11
Bubba Watson -11
Bo Van Pelt -10
John Rollins -10
Jason Dufner -10
Webb Simpson -10


Second round betting odds for the
Waste Management Phoenix Open


Webb Simpson 5/1
Bubba Watson 9/1
Jason Dufner 11/1
Kevin Na 16/1
Ryan Palmer 16/1
Phil Mickelson 20/1
Bo Van Pelt 25/1
Chez Reavie 25/1
Harrison Frazar 25/1
Dustin Johnson 28/1
Johnson Wagner 28/1
Keegan Bradley 28/1
Rickie Fowler 28/1
Spencer Levin 28/1

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NEWS AND BETTING

Review & Betting Guide for the
Waste Management Phoenix Open

 

Bubba Watson, golf, golf betting
Bubba Watson
Photo Kevin Murray

Martin Laird, golf, golf betting
Martin Laird
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Keegan Bradley
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Brendon De Jonge, golf, golf betting
Brendon De Jonge
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Designed by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish, and set in the rugged Sonoran Desert surrounded by the stunning McDowell Mountains, the world famous Stadium Course plays host once again to the Waste Management Phoenix Open, made famous by the 20,000 fans that surround the par-3 16th where golf meets football and WWF.

Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish, probably never dreamed it would become famous throughout the world. "Really it was designed as just a little bridge hole to get to the 17th and 18th," said Weiskopf. "Here is this little par 3 that doesn't seem to be much of a challenge." Morrish said the hole has become a "rallying point for the unduly enthusiastic and sobriety-challenged portion of the gallery."

Some of the professionals competing in this week’s tournament will bring gifts to try and appease the crowd that surround this hole. A tee shot that misses the green or a putt that is left short is greeted by a crescendo of boos, it’s not a hole for the faint hearted.

The 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th are what make this an exciting tournament course. The 17th is a driveable par-4 "Short par 4s are hard to do correctly," Weiskopf said. "If you are going to lay up, I want the players to have the pressure of a tough chip and putt”. So remember while watching this tournament your money isn’t safe until your player has holed out on the 18th.

My tips to win:

This is a tournament made for Bubba Watson 40/1 and I can see him playing to the crowed, there is plenty of risk and reward and Bubba who has made the Top 20 in the two events his teed it up so far this year, could be the man to take advantage of them.

Martin Laird 25/1 has made the Top 15 in both tournament his played in this season, with a second place at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions and seven Top 10 finishes last season sees the Scot coming into this tournament in good form.

Keegan Bradley 33/1 has teed it up three times this year so far and has made the Top 25 each time, but has not really challenged so far. Four wins last season culminating in his first major win in the PGA, I think Keegan is just brushing off the cobwebs and will challenge here this week.

My each way tips:

Mark Wilson 33/1 has already won this year to prove that he likes the early season swing of the PGA Tour, last year he won two of the first three events on the calendar and I can see him doing well here this week.

I did tip Brendan De Jonge 66/1 last week, he played steady golf but didn’t challenge and finished just outside the Top 25. Brendan had ten Top 25 finishes last year and only three in the Top 10, but I think this could be a good season for the Zimbabwean.

Jonathan Byrd 66/1 missed the cut at the Sony Open a couple of weeks ago, but he did manage a third place finish at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions the week before and I think Jonathan will have a good season this year.

As always good luck

vie

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