Latest Scores & Betting Odds
Final day scores
for the WGC
Cadillac Match Play
Rory McIlroy (1)
Beat Gary Woodland 4 & 2
Beat Jim Furyk 3 & 2
Rory McIlroy (1)
Beat Jim Furyk 1 UP
Beat Danny Willett 3 & 2
Beat Paul Casey 22nd HOLE
Beat Tommy Fleetwood 4 &3
Beat John Senden 5 & 3
Beat Louis Oosthuizen 4 & 2
Jim Furyk 5/2
Rory McIlroy 3/1
Gary Woodland 7/2
Danny Willett 9/2
Paul Casey 5/1
Golf Monthly is the market leading golfing magazine in the UK. It's a lively and welcoming read that is targeted at good golfers who are regular players - and keen to get even better.
With over 100 years of heritage and authority behind it, it represents the real 'voice of golf' with leading columnists, top players and unrivalled coverage of equipment and instruction.
Download Golf Monthly
FREE GOLF BETTING GUIDE AND TIPS
Tour Pro Golf Clubs
Harding Park has hosted several PGA events and the Presidents Cup in 2009. The course opened in 1925 and was named after President Warren Harding. It was designed by Willie Watson, who also conceived the Olympic Club along with Sam Whiting which is situated just across the road, its unmistakeable clubhouse visible from the 13th tee – a hole which I feel is one of the best on the course. In fact the 13th starts a run of very tough holes that make up the finishing stretch and has no doubt put paid to many a scorecard.
The course starts slowly with a fairly easy 395-yard par-4. But what makes this course an uncompromising track is the small greens with their many contours and complexes, some of which will (I think) only become apparent once you’ve played this course a couple of times. And don’t think you’re going to come here and overwhelm this track with your driver – apart from the course being over 7,000 yards in length, strategy plays a big part here and if you’re in the wrong part of the fairway you’ll have some tough second shots into very narrow target areas. I’m informed that the course is always damp because of the climate in this part of town, so make sure you take a windcheater jacket and jumper because the weather really does change from hole to hole.
For those of you looking for a great-looking course, Harding Park isn’t the type. This is a players’ course. The beauty comes from its use of the land and its many Monterey Cypress trees that line the fairways and the views of Lake Merced. It will test every part of your game from tee to green as well as your mental strength, and you’ll use every club in your bag before you stand on the 18th tee which weighs in at 468 yards, has a drive over the lake to a fairway that sweeps right to left and a green that sits above you – which, if you’re short with your approach shot, will spit your ball back down the slope.
WGC Match-play Format:
There are 16 groups using a round robin format, so what I have decided to do for the match play is pick the 8 players I think will make it through the first stages to reach the Quarter Final. I have also tried to pick someone I feel who can win the tournament along with a couple of outside tips that may cause an upset or two.
My tips to win:
Group 1: Rory McIlroy 11/1 with BetFred
Group 9: Paul Casey 40/1 with BetFred
Group 4: Keegan Bradley 66/1 with BetVictor
Group 5: George Coetzee 150/1 with Coral
Group 2: Jordan Spieth 10/1 with PaddyPower
Group 10 Jamie Donaldson 125/1 with Bet365
Group 3: Henrik Stenson 18/1 with Bet365
Group 6: Justin Rose 20/1 with BetVictor
As always good luck
The new Free PGR digital magazine with links to this weeks Review & Betting Guide inside
Download iBook version of the new planetgolfreivew digital magazine
Features include an interview with Kyle Phillips one of the finest golf course designers of the modern era. Our travel section includes features on Michigan, South Wales, Vietnam, Virginia and reviews of two of the best hotel & spa’s destinations.
There is also links to our weekly betting guides for the European and PGA Tours, the latest equipment and apparel reviews.
The magazine comes in an ebook format so if you use an iphone, ipad or apple device ibook software will already be installed on your device.
For Android, Kindle and Windows users you will need to download software from your app store, which is free of charge.
If you don’t want to download software to your Android phone, notebook, or windows laptop or computer, below is a link to an interactive PDF version for you to download.
We hope you enjoy the magazine format, and hope our reviews give you plenty of ideas to enjoy your summer whether you are a golfer or non-golfer. Look out for the next issue just before Christmas
Click here to download PDF Version for Windows and Android
2013 Betting Guides Click Here
2012 Betting Guides Click Here
2011 Betting Guides Click Here Cl