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Latest Scores & Betting Odds

Final round
scores from the
Honda Classic

Padraig Harrington -6
Won in Play-off

Daniel Berger -6
Paul Casey -5
Russell Knox -5
Ian Poulter -5
Jamie Donaldson -4
Jeff Overton -3
Jim Herman -3
Luke Donald -3
Patrick Reed -3

Final round
betting odds
for the
Honda Classic

Patrick Reed 9/4
Brendan Steele 11/2
Ian Poulter 11/2
Padraig Harrington 11/2
Luke Donald 8/1
Phil Mickelson 14/1
Russell Knox 14/1
Jim Herman 33/1
Paul Casey 33/1
Jamie Donaldson 33/1
Daniel Berger 50/1
Daniel Summerhays 66/1
Jason Dufner 66/1
Martin Flores 66/1
Jeff Overton 100/1
Robert Garrigus 100/1
Sergio Garcia 100/1
Brendon de Jonge 125/1
Brooks Koepka 125/1
Ryo Ishikawa 125/1
S J Park 125/1
Martin Kaymer 150/1
Rickie Fowler 150/1
Scott Stallings 150/1
Cameron Tringale 200/1
Scott Piercy 200/1
Sean O'Hair 200/1
Michael Thompson 250/1
Robert Allenby 250/1

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Review & Betting Guide for the Honda Classic


Rory McIlroy
Rory McIlroy
James Kennedy

Keegan Bradley
Keegan Bradley

Rickie Fowler
Rickie Fowler
Keith Allison

Ryan Palmer
Ryan Palmer
James Kennedy

Paul Casey
Paul Casey

Luke Donald
Luke Donald
Keith Allison

The tour heads off to Florida this week and back to stroke play after last week’s exciting match play tournament at the WGC. The Champions course held at The PGA National Resort at Palm Beach Gardens was originally designed by George and Tom Fazio in 1981. Jack Nicklaus was commission to undertake a re-design in 2001, adding the famed "Bear Trap" group of holes from 15th-17th.

With its wide fairways and large accepting greens, the course relies on course management and strategy for its defence. There are 107 bunkers and sixteen of the holes have water on them.

The Championship Course has been dedicated to Jack Nicklaus, in honour, they say, "of a man whose commitment to golf has been an inspiration to the game and personifies the high standard of excellence we associate with the "Player of the Century."

My tips to win:

Rory McIlroy 4/1 – with StanJames – will be the obvious favourite this week and I also feel Rory thinks he owes this tournament a win after he walked off back in 2013 when he was having trouble adapting to his then new Nike equipment. But the lad from Ireland has put all that behind him and he just missed out in a play-off last year, the odds aren’t great but I think he may go one better this year.

I will stick with Keegan Bradley 30/1 with Coral – this week. Keegan looked back to his old self at the Riviera Country Club last week and fired a couple of 68s on a very tough set up. Bradley also seems to enjoy playing at the PGA National where he has not been outside the Top 12 here in the last three events.

Rickie Fowler 33/1 – with StanJames – will be looking to build on last year where he went from the St Jude Classic at the beginning of June to the Tour Championship in mid September, only being outside the Top 10 twice and both of those where inside the Top 25. Rickie hasn’t started this year that well but with this tournament now part of his build up to the Masters look for him to get very close this week.

My each-way tips:

Ryan Palmer 35/1 – with PaddyPower – has started the season in great form and although he missed the cut at the AT&T Pebble Beach National - that was to be expected after going so close the week before when he had a runners-up finish at the Phoenix Open. Up until Pebble, Ryan had not been outside the Top 25 all year, with three Top 10 finishes in that run. Palmer also seems to enjoy playing the PGA National track and was involved in last year's play-off.

It is going to be interesting to see how Paul Casey 50/1 – with BetVictor – reacts to losing out in the play-off at last week's Northern Trust Open, but I think its another step in the right direction for the Englishman as he gradually starts to challenge again. Paul has won twice on the European Tour in the last two years, but it's the set backs and how he handles them that seems to be his downfall. Hopefully he will take the positives from last week and bring them with him to a course that he has challenged on before.

My Outside Tip:

Luke Donald 100/1 – with 888Sport – comes into this week on the back of three missed cuts but he is a past champion here. He also has a runners-up finish and although he's not playing that well, coming back to a course he has done so well on I think he could be worth a small each-way bet especially at these odds.

As always good luck

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