Genesis Open Betting Tips & Predictions
Genesis Open Betting Tips & Predictions 2018. The PGA Tour head to Riviera Country Club in California this week for what should be a spectacular event with a high class field taking part. Measuring 7,322 yards, it is probably the most unique set-up on tour with some mesmerising holes along the way.
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In particular, the Par 3 sixth hole is spectacular as it has a big bunker in the middle of the green! The tenth hole is one of the best drivable Par 4’s in the world; play it well and you can birdie it but get your tee-shot wrong and you are looking at a double or triple bogey.
Dustin Johnson heads the market at 11/2 but it would be impossible to tip him up at such odds after his disastrous Sunday at Pebble Beach, a tournament that Ted Potter Junior went on to cause a shock win in. It’s good to see Rory McIlroy in action but he will need to brush up on his putting if he is to figure whilst Jordan Spieth is also in action.
Big Phil has an exceptional record at Riviera and will take a lot of heart from the way he played at Pebble Beach last week. He was striking the ball as well as ever and finished in a tie for runner up spot behind winner Ted Potter Junior on fourteen under par. His has two victories and two runner-up finishes to his name in this event and has never missed the cut from eight starts. One thing that struck me last week was the fact he is making far less mistakes. He was always a birdie machine but he needed to eradicate the silly errors from his game and it looks like he has done so.
Paul is sadly becoming more known for his high money finishes than his victories and is becoming a very frustrating player to back as it is very evident he has the game to win consistently on Tour but for some reason, he’s not winning! Anyways, we try again with him this week as he is again solid each way material. Runner up here in 2015, he loves this course and arrives here off the back of another top ten finish at Pebble Beach last week. The world number seventeen has all the attributes required this week and should be there or thereabouts on Sunday.
Has played here just the once and missed the cut but he is a much improved player now and Daniel arrives here in good spirits after an eleventh place finish in the Phoenix Open. He missed out on the AT&T Pebble Beach last week so should be as fresh as a daisy here. The World number 32 has not finished outside the top fourteen on his last five starts on the PGA Tour and is playing like another victory is just around the corner. The course should suit his left to right fade and hopefully he can put another four good rounds together.