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With Tiger and Phil out its up Lee Westwood and Steve Stricker to star in this all-star cast at this week’s World Golf Championships – Accenture Match Play 2010.

My Tips

paul casey accenture Its all European for me this week.

Its Casey 20/1 versus Westwood 18/1  in one semi final and

and Poulter 28/1 versus McIlroy 16/1 in the other.

Its too close to call but if these guys each way are where my money is going.

Read on to see the logic


Betting Preview: Boylesports Pre Tournament Odds


Gary Player Bracket


Lee Westwood, top seed in the Gary Player bracket, faces Chris Wood.  Expect Westwood who has narrowly lost out twice recently, to come through, but not without a fight.

Also in this bracket is defending champion Geoff Ogilvy. The Australian is looking to become the first player to win the title three times, following his successes in 2006 and 2009. He was also runner-up in 2007 and has reached the final in three of the four times he has played. 

This bracket looks like coming down to a head to head between Westwood and Ogilvy with possibly Henrik Stenson.  Its Westwood for me to end Ogilvy’s involvement in the final of the bracket.

Sam Snead Bracket


The winner of the player bracket will play the winner of the Snead bracket in the semi final.  In the top half of this bracket Charl Schwartzel and Sean O’Hair look strong. However Paul Casey is lurking at the bottom of this bracket and I’ve been saying for weeks that he will go well here.  He played better than anyone last year en route to the final but was out psyched there by Ogilvy.  Its Casey to come through there.

For me that leaves Casey and Westwood in one semi final.  Too close to call, so I wont, just yet.

Hogan Bracket


This looks like boiling down to a battle between Martin Kaymer and Rory McIlroy, if McIlroy gets past Ollie Wilson in the second round.  Wison’s a little scrapper who could give Rory a scare.  If Rors ends up against Kaymer in the final of the bracket, it will be a case of long game expert versus short game expert.  In the desert, I’m going with McIlroy to emerge here.

Bobby Jones Bracket

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What about Ross McGowan to beat Steve Stricker in round One?  Mark it down.  But for me, whoever emerges from the bottom of this draw gets through.  Its either Poulter or Cabrera, Cabrera is a hardened matchplayer, but Poulter has the form and a heart of steel.  I’m going for Poulter here.

If all the pieces fall into place that leaves Poulter and McIlroy in the other semi final.

rainman What the hell is happening to me?  I learned Spanish in a day yesterday and am suddenly able to remember the names of all the number plates of passing cars.  And I have come up trumps for the second time  this season with my tip, Dustin Johnson obliging at 20/1.  Okay he was the defending champion, but its proof positive that the “horses for courses” theory has some merit.  I suddenly have the urge to book a Quantas flight to anywhere, their safety record is remarkable you know.  Watch out for the Accenture tips tomorrow, I’m going to three-peat.

Dustin: Likes math, number plates and spitting.

Oh yeah, well done to Sky Sports for the half hour conversation on Dustin’s spitting habit Friday night.  There’s no surer thing than if the Sky guys knock a man, he is pretty much guaranteed to win.  Just ask Shane Lowry.  Nice one again lads.  I wonder what its going to be next week?  Maybe jump on Pelle because of his headgear? Oh wait, ye did that already.

andrew dodt It was the turn of the European Tour to endure a bore-fest this week in the form of the Avantha Masters in New Delhi.  Day four started with seven players tying for the lead, but the spark never came and the final round played out like a nil all draw in a game of rugby.

The highlight of the final round was a birdie at the last which saw Andrew Dodt claim the title by a stroke after the Australian posted a final round of 68  to finish on 14 under par.

Richard Finch's proved to be Dodt’s closest challenger, as he carded a  six under 66.  Also in the mix was England’s Richard Bland.  His pained expression throughout belied his efforts, and he stepped on the birdieable 18th needing that birdie to force a playoff.  He was dealt the cruellest of blows when his pulled tee shot ended up stuck to a tree, forcing Bland to hack away the ball and the chance of a first tour title.

Winner Dodt sank birdies at the 16th and 18th to claim his maiden European Tour victory. His  previous best finish was a tie for ninth at last year's Barclays Singapore Open.

“It was a huge relief when I birdied the 18th,” said Dodt, who is The European Tour’s newest Member after taking affiliate membership last week and instantly finds himself in the top ten on The Race to Dubai.

Darren Clarke and Oliver Fisher finished in a group of six players on ten under following rounds of 71 and 70 respectively.

Official Scores and Prize Money


Offical Stats


AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am

Thursday Feb 11 – Sunday Feb 14, 2010


Dustin Johnson 20/1

dustin johnson This week will be Dustin’s fifth outing of the year. He has three top 20 finishes including tying for third last week at the Northern Trust Open. Add to that the fact that Johnson is the defending AT&T champion and it all makes for a compelling case at 20/1. At six foot four inches, Carolina born Johnson is in the top five longest drivers on the PGA tour, handy for air-mailing the ocean at Pebble Beach.

Mike Weir 22/1

mike weir Small and weedy? Not any more. “Iron” Mike Weir has spent the Winter bulking up in the gym. Videos of his punishing training regime are all over the net. You might not have thought it last week though as he slipped to a two round total of four over to miss the cut. The bookies aren’t too worried about that aberration, they’ve retained him at 22/1 most likely after his impressive sixth at the Bob Hope in January. Try as he might Weir has never quite scaled the cliffs at Pebble; notable near misses include 2004, 2005 and 2006 when he was never out of the top four. Those inside the ropes predict a big year for Weir and what better place to start.

Matt Kuchar 25/1

matt-kuchar When Matt Kuchar won the US Amateur in 1997 he looked like the best thing since sliced pan. His 2002 Honda Classic win confirmed his potential but his slide into anonymity after was remarkable. It was great to see him rise from the ashes with another win after a weird playoff at Turning Stone last year. He’s continued the form into 2010 with a third at the SBS and a tied second at the Bob Hope (with a brilliant final round 63). A nice final round 66 last week earned another top-20 for the big Floridian and he has all the credentials to contend again this week.


Avantha Masters Betting Preview

Mark Brown 80/1, Shane Lowry 33/1, Gareth Maybin 25/1, Marcus Fraser 40/1

DLF Golf and Country Club

New Delhi, India

11 Feb 2010 - 14 Feb 2010

Mark Brown 80/1

mark brown All the talk this week is about the homegrown contingent, but what about the All Black, Mark Brown? This weeks host course, DLF Golf and Country Club in New Delhi has previously hosted the Johnnie Walker Classic in 2008 where Brown’s stunning final day back nine of 31 helping him romp to a three shot victory. That ended a remarkable seven days for the Kiwi, who seven days previous claimed the SAIL Open presented by Jaypee Greens, also in India. Brown has only made two cuts from five starts this season, but we’ve seen time and again, how players perk up when returning to happier hunting grounds. 80/1 is crazy odds for a past course winner in a depleted field.


Shane Lowry 33/1

shane lowry I could not believe my ears at the Abu Dhabi Championship when the Colonel on Sky Sports said that Shane Lowry needed a good finish to prove he deserves to be on tour. Not only has Lowry emulated the likes of Harrington, McGinley and McIlroy in the Amateur ranks, he also became only the third amateur to win a European Tour title when capturing the 3 Irish Open at County Louth Golf Club in Baltray. And for the record Sky Sports, Baltray was not Shane’s back yard. As it turned out Shane gave the Colonel what he so desperately craved that week, a fourth placed finish in Abu Dhabi followed by a 24th the following week. Missed the cut in Dubai, but worth a look again this week if the putts start to drop. Now come on Bruce, ease off the lad.

Gareth Maybin 25/1

gareth maybin The rise of Gareth Maybin has been measured, yet highly impressive. From the Hooters Tour in 2005, to the Challenge Tour in 2007 and the main tour last year, Maybin’s stock has been on the up and up. Five top tens on Tour in 2009 included coming second in the South African Open Championship and a share of fourth place at the Madrid Masters. Maybin continued his good form at the start of this season with a tied fourth at the Dunhill Masters and has remained solid since. Tied for 20th last week. Surely a win is around the corner for the Belfast boy.

Marcus Fraser 40/1

marcus fraser The Aussie is the highest placed finisher from last weeks memorable Dubai Desert Classic to make the trip to India this week. His final round 75 saw him slip to a finishing spot of 11th but statistically Fraser was the best putter of the week, topping both the “putts per GIR” and “total putts” categories. In the ultra competitive atmosphere of the European Tour, it looks like being a tough year for Fraser, so he will be keen to strike while his iron his hot.

tiger lightsRumours of Tiger Woods’ imminent return to competition at the Accenture Match Play Championship in Arizona from February 17 has been emphatically denied by his Kiwi caddie Steve Williams.

“The stories stating Tiger will return at the matchplay have no truth to them,” said Stevie out the window of his racing car.

Media reports had earlier suggested that Woods was set to stun the world by returning to the Dove Mountain course where he made his comeback from knee surgery last year. It is also a favourite event for Woods, who has won it in 2003, 2004 and 2008.

The Light Switch In Tiger’s Bedroom    

Steve Stricker emerged victorious at the 2010 Northern Trust Open on the PGA tour.  With a 6 shot lead going into the final round, Steve was “happier than heck” to fend off Luke Donald and hold on for victory down Hogan’s Alley at the Riveria Country Club.

Miguel Angel Jimenez turned back the clock to claim his 16th european tour title with a playoff victory over Lee Westwood in the 2010 staging of omega dubai desert classic.  The highlights of a dramatic final round included two miracle escapes from Jimenez on the first and second playoff holes.  What a great tournament; a “classic” in every sense of the word.

Official Scores and Prize Money
Pos Name Country To Par R1 R2 R3 R4 Total Prize Money
1 JIMÉNEZ Miguel Angel ESP -11 70 67 68 72 277 €  296500.30
2 WESTWOOD Lee ENG -11 72 65 68 72 277 €  197664.49
3 JAIDEE Thongchai THA -10 70 66 69 73 278 €  111367.29
4 KAYMER Martin GER -9 71 70 68 70 279 €  82191.20
4 MOLINARI  Edoardo ITA -9 68 70 70 71 279 €  82191.20
6 MCILROY  Rory NIR -8 68 70 69 73 280 €  57818.48
6 QUIROS  Alvaro ESP -8 69 69 67 75 280 €  57818.48
8 BOURDY Grégory FRA -6 74 70 70 68 282 €  39968.88
8 STENSON Henrik SWE -6 76 69 69 68 282 €  39968.88
8 WATSON Tom USA -6 73 70 71 68 282 €  39968.88
11 CASEY  Paul ENG -5 69 71 70 73 283 €  29798.76
11 FISHER Ross ENG -5 70 72 70 71 283 €  29798.76
11 FRASER Marcus AUS -5 70 68 70 75 283 €  29798.76
11 HORSEY David


-5 71 73 70 69 283 €  29798.76
Tournament Statistics
Pos Name Country To Par Stroke Ave Driving Accuracy Driving Distance(yds) Greens in Reg Putts Per GIR Putts Per Round Sand Saves
1 Miguel Angel JIMÉNEZ ESP -11 69.3 58.9 30 285.8 24 75.0 4 1.695 10 28.5 15 100.0
2 Lee WESTWOOD ENG -11 69.3 62.5 20 287.3 20 69.4 17 1.690 8 28.0 7
3 Thongchai JAIDEE THA -10 69.5 60.7 26 287.0 22 70.8 10 1.757 25 28.2 12 40.0
4 Martin KAYMER GER -9 69.8 55.4 45 288.1 15 69.4 17 1.657 2 27.5 5 100.0
4 Edoardo MOLINARI ITA -9 69.8 73.2 4 283.1 27 84.7 1 1.803 42 31.2 58 33.3
6 Rory MCILROY NIR -8 70.0 58.9 30 292.1 6 73.6 5 1.815 47 30.2 45 50.0
6 Alvaro QUIROS ESP -8 70.0 46.4 56 303.5 1 62.5 46 1.805 43 28.0 7 75.0
8 Grégory BOURDY FRA -6 70.5 69.6 10 282.6 28 76.4 3 1.764 29 30.5 49 66.7
8 Henrik STENSON SWE -6 70.5 62.5 20 280.8 32 69.4 17 1.741 20 28.0 7 40.0
8 Tom WATSON USA -6 70.5 73.2 4 258.9 62 70.8 10 1.667 5 28.7 20 50.0
11 Paul CASEY ENG -5 70.8 48.2 51 290.4 9 68.1 24 1.847 57 29.5 34 50.0
11 Ross FISHER ENG -5 70.8 62.5 20 288.9 11 65.3 39 1.759 27 29.0 25 80.0
11 Marcus FRASER AUS -5 70.8 66.1 15 263.6 59 52.8 63 1.660 3 25.5 1 50.0
11 David HORSEY ENG -5 70.8 76.8 2 268.6 55 69.4 17 1.729 18 28.5 15 75.0


Omega Dubai Desert Classic- Betting Preview

Odds from Boylesports
Emirates GC, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Robert Karlsson 15/1:

Robert Karlsson It’s not often the same player wins two weeks running on tour but Charl Shwartzel has already managed the feat in South Africa this season.  The sheer methodical, nerveless performance produced by Karlsson last week was incredible and I think he will challenge again this week.  In the final round last year Robert shot a sparkling 65 to climb the leaderboard and tie for fourth.  He likes the track and even a podium finish at 15/1 would still be a good payout.

Paul Casey 16/1:

Paul-Casey Okay Casey is not back to full match fitness just yet but at times last week, especially on Saturday, his ball striking was phenomenal.  He seemed to give-up half way round on Sunday, but even with a 74, he still managed to finish tied fifth.  In better form this time last year, Casey shot four rounds of 68 to tie for fourth.  I think he’s building towards something big, if it doesn’t come this week, watch out for in the desert in Arizona at WGC Matchplay.  But then again, he always wins in Arabia and this is the last hurrah.

Thomas Bjorn 70/1

thomas bjorn For a long odds punt this week, check out Thomas Bjorn.  Tommy gave us his players rep role on the European Tour committee at the end of last season to focus on his game, and in fairness, it has improved.  An eagle on a par four and a bogey on the last in the Qatar Masters, saw him finish with a 68 to claim eight spot. His roar of “Fuck It”, loud enough to be heard in Dubai, indicated however that he wasn’t best pleased with his work.  He has good memories of Dubai; he won way back in 2001.

Robert Karlsson proved a popular winner of the 2010 Qatar Golf Masters in Doha on the European Tour at the weekend.  Here are the condensed day 4 highlights as Karlsson, Westwood and Quiros battled it out in the final round.

Well done to Castleknock’s Peter Lawrie who finished tied for 9th with a final round 69 to earn himself a cheque for €33,264. 

Official Scores and Prize Money

Pos Name Country To Par R1 R2 R3 R4 Total Prize Money
1 KARLSSON Robert SWE -15 68 70 70 65 273 €  294584.28 
2 QUIROS  Alvaro ESP -12 71 70 68 67 276 €  196387.16 
3 RUMFORD Brett AUS -11 69 66 73 69 277 €  99512.16 
3 WESTWOOD Lee ENG -11 68 69 70 70 277 €  99512.16 
5 CASEY  Paul ENG -8 71 69 66 74 280 €  63277.71 
5 DREDGE Bradley WAL -8 67 69 70 74 280 €  63277.71 
5 WILSON Oliver ENG -8 67 70 72 71 280 €  63277.71 
8 BJÖRN Thomas DEN -7 73 70 70 68 281 €  44188.35 
9 FASTH Niclas SWE -6 70 68 73 71 282 €  33264.99 
9 GONZALEZ Ricardo ARG -6 72 72 71 67 282 €  33264.99 
9 GOOSEN Retief RSA -6 73 71 66 72 282 €  33264.99 
9 LAWRIE Peter IRL -6 72 68 73 69 282 €  33264.99 
9 VILLEGAS Camilo COL -6 70 72 70 70 282 €  33264.99

Tournament Statistics

Pos Name Country To Par Stroke Ave Driving Accuracy Driving Distance(yds) Greens in Reg Putts Per GIR Putts Per Round Sand Saves
1 Robert KARLSSON SWE -15 68.3 57.1 31 295.9 14 77.8 4 1.625 3 27.2 3 100.0
2 Alvaro QUIROS ESP -12 69.0 57.1 31 317.3 1 69.4 24 1.727 12 27.7 5
3 Brett RUMFORD AUS -11 69.3 62.5 23 286.6 37 62.5 50 1.568 2 26.5 2 37.5
3 Lee WESTWOOD ENG -11 69.3 57.1 31 294.9 17 72.2 16 1.669 4 28.5 13
5 Paul CASEY ENG -8 70.0 53.6 41 302.4 4 79.2 1 1.780 28 31.0 56 66.7
5 Bradley DREDGE WAL -8 70.0 55.4 37 290.1 25 76.4 6 1.706 8 29.2 26
5 Oliver WILSON ENG -8 70.0 62.5 23 280.3 53 72.2 16 1.721 11 27.7 5 25.0
8 Thomas BJÖRN DEN -7 70.3 55.4 37 284.1 46 75.0 9 1.817 40 29.7 36
9 Niclas FASTH SWE -6 70.5 57.1 31 286.4 39 70.8 20 1.698 5 28.7 17
9 Ricardo GONZALEZ ARG -6 70.5 41.1 64 300.6 7 65.3 37 1.712 10 28.5 13 50.0
9 Retief GOOSEN RSA -6 70.5 67.9 9 296.8 12 70.8 20 1.840 49 29.2 26
9 Peter LAWRIE IRL -6 70.5 64.3 14 287.6 35 77.8 4 1.805 37 30.2 47 100.0

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