The Ryder Cup is here, and our expert Golf tipster who has had a great season of profit is predicting the Europeans to put the Yanks to the sword and retain the Ryder Cup in Hazeltine. Check out his preview and best bets below for the biggest golfing event of the year, starting Friday afternoon.
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The US team have been very vocal in how great their side is and how poor and lacking experience the Europeans are. This can only help Darren Clarke and his 12 players and the motivational speeches have already been put in place by Davis Love and the American golf experts.
This year’s golf tournaments in both Europe and the US have often been dictated by form, and this will carry on to Minnesota where the Blue team will hold all the aces. So many of the Americans have question marks above their names in regard to the last few months play with the likes of Rickie Fowler, Zach Johnson, Jimmy Walker and Brooks Koepka all struggling with their game. On the other side it feels like many of the European guys are peaking at exactly the right time, with the main man being Rory McIlroy who took the season ending Fed Ex Cup in such style last Sunday. Martin Kaymer, Chris Wood, Danny Willet and Thomas Pieters all fared well in recent European events and that form is vital when teeing off at Hazeltine.
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The top points scorer market is always a hard one to predict as you never know exactly who is playing. One thing for sure is that Rory McIlroy will be playing in all 5 matches, unless an injury hits him in mid flow. He’s well worth a bet as top European scorer and the 7/2 is a value bet on the unofficial polaying captain. Along with McIlroy I really like the chances of Danny Willett scoring highly over the 3 days. The US Masters winner has a great match play record and can be a flexible pick for Clarke who can play him with pretty much any other team mate and still get the best out of them. Although a rookie I can see the Sheffield star standing up as a senior and using his experience to rally the team over the whole tournament. At 12/1 he’s a great bet to top score.
The American top points scorer is a lot harder to predict as it’s hard to envisage the pairings, along with the fact there are a few out of form players who may be left out until Friday afternoon or even Saturday at some point. Patrick Reed is sure to play as many as possible and he has a great attitude towards Ryder Cup games. He will try and bully his opponent and get the crowd behind him, so at 6/1 I like the look of his chances. Reed will possibly play all 5 games and depending on how he starts Friday, Ryan Moore may also get the chance to play the full compliment of games. He’s the form player of the team and as long as Davis Love gives him the opportunity, he can be one of the outstanding rookies of the weekend.
Advised Bets (14 points in total) Each Way is 3 places with BetVictor HERE
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