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There’s clearly a great week bubbling somewhere below the surface and after getting married, having a baby and realising he isn’t one of the best in the world anymore, the internal pressure-valve might have released somewhat. RUSSELL KNOX (5’10”) 66/1 – I was confident that Mayakoba was also perfect for the Scot and if his rather rusty T9 performance is anything to go by I would suggest that a quick return to a course that has glaring similarities with last week might well be reason enough for backing him again.
His previous result at Sea Island also suggest the same. His odds have actually increased from last week, which is interesting considering that he is one of the better wind payers on tour.
All players not renowned for their length, but who keep it in play and make up for it around the greens with some killer putting. If there is any common themes about the RSM Classic winner, most surprising of them is their height; two of the last three were 5’10” and another two of last year’s playoff losers were also that same height?! GRAEME MCDOWELL (5’10”) 60/1 – The only change from last week’s lineup is the addition of G-Mac.
2017 – Mackenzie Hughes 6’1” 2016 – Kevin Kisner 5’10” 2015 – Robert Streb 5’10” A common theme…or just f**king coincidence? But how do you explain 3/4 of my picks also being 5’10”? Now, while he doesn’t pick up enough wins, he is ideally suited to this course.
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The thing about this course, like the previous layout at El Camaleon, is that long hitters don’t always prosper.
• 10 REASONS WHY I BET YOU LOSE MONEY BETTING ON GOLF Sea Island is going to be familiar to many Tour players.
I say ‘it can’ through clenched teeth, because a quick look at the previous winning scores below, shows it has become somewhat of a shoot out.
Their games are similar too; , winning considerable amounts of cash every season and claiming victory when given the opportunity.