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Winner Alright: Last week we tipped Richard Green at 28/1. A tenner each way would have paid 80 quid!
WGC – Bridgestone Invitational Betting Preview and Tips, Firestone CC, Akron, Ohio, USA 04 Aug 2011 - 07 Aug 2011
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Lee Westwood 16/1

Lee Westwood After Gym[16]Watch out for Lee Westwood this week and next. With Rory and Tiger in the field the spotlight will be off the Englishman who is a proven performer on this course. Finished tied second in 2008 just one shot behind winner Vijay Singh then returned in 2009, shooting 65 in the final round to climb to ninth. Was forced to withdraw from last years staging to a calf injury, which is rumoured to have flared up again at the Open Championship where he missed the cut. If fully fit this week Lee should be up there.

Hunter Mahan 36/1

hunter-mahan_372x359 After Hunter’s tied fourth here in 2009, we tipped him to win at 56/1 last year and he obliged, so that in itself is reason to have a little flutter again. His odds of 36/1 reflect the poor season he has had this year to date however. Hunter’s highlights are a second in the AT&T at Pebble Beach and a top 10 in The Players. Maybe wait until Friday night if you are not convinced about the defending champion.

Retief Goosen 80/1

goosen An each way bet is purely for fans of Retief Goosen since he hasn’t played tournament golf since pulling out of the Open Championship after the first round with a back injury. However a fit Goose has impressed me this year especially his 66 in the final round at Castle Stuart to climb to 14th. Tied for third in Munich behind Garcia and winner Larrazabal, the same result as he had at the St Jude Classic at the start of June. Retief tied third last year after following a third round 73 with a 65. If he’s well, he has the game to contend.

Steve Stricker 19/1

stricker What can you say about Stricks. He has been in the top 20 in every event since the last WGC event back in March. Twice a winner since then also at The Memorial and impressively defending his title at the John Deere. Twelfth in his last outing at The Open. Tied ninth here last year in the company of Rory and tied sixth in 2009. The PGA version of Jimenez.

Sean O’Hair 70/1

maar01-ohair-620 Odds of 70/1 suggest the bookies think Sean O’Hair’s win last time out a flash in the pan. And the form suggests it was. O’Hair won that Canadian Open after a playoff with Kris Blanks. A disappointing final round of 70 last year saw him finish fifth after being right in contention going into the final round. That Canadian win may give him the confidence to contend again this week.

Courtesy of David Keating PGA professional, our prize this week is a fourball at the Killeen Course in Killarney Golf and Fishing Club, venue of the Irish Open. For full details on rates and offers check out www.killarney-golf.com or call 064-6631034.

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How many major champions competed in last weeks Irish Open?

Congrats to last weeks winner John Coleman, Blackrock, Cork who wins a fourball in Dooks Golf Links.

With the Solheim Cup due to take place in just 50 odd days time, this weeks Ladies Irish Open at Killeen Castle takes on special significance. The event supported by Fáilte Ireland, will see a host of Europe and America’s top players competing in what is effectively a dry run for the Solheim Cup. The €400,000 pot also makes the Ladies Irish sandra gal Open one of the most lucrative of the year.

Americans in the field include Stacey Lewis winner of the Kraft Nabisco Championship and third in the US Solheim Team standings. She will be joined by nailed on certainty to be in the team Angela Stanford and laugh a minute Christina Kim who is currently in the final automatic selection spot.

Pic: Germany’s Sandra Gal

Top of the European team participants is Cup rankings leader and legend of the game, Laura Davies. Davies is joined by Melissa Reid, recent winner of the Deloitte Dutch Ladies Open. Diana Luna from Italy and Swedish rookie Caroline Hedwall, both having won twice already on this season’s Ladies European Tour, are also in the field. European winners on the U.S. Tour are also teeing it up in Killeen Castle including Sweden’s Maria Hjorth and Germany’s Sandra Gal, who won the KIA Classic and has Corkman Roy Clarke on the bag. Sweden’s Sophie Gustafson is also back to defend.

Irelands’ top player Rebecca Codd, will be trying to improve her 25th in the European Solheim standings. She will be joined by fellow Irish professional, Martina Gillen and Ireland’s top three amateurs, Danielle McVeigh, Leona and Lisa Maguire.

The Ladies Irish Open, supported by Fáilte Ireland, takes place from August 5th to 7th at Killeen Castle, Dunsany, Co. Meath. Located just off exit six on the M3, just fifteen minutes from the Blanchardstown M50 turn-off, the event is very accessible to the greater Dublin area and surrounding counties. The event is very family friendly with free tickets for children and senior citizens. Standard tickets are just €10, with season passes for €25. Public parking is available on-site and tickets can be purchased on entry or by visiting www.ladiesirishopen.ie.

Congratulations to John Kelly who performed brilliantly playing all four rounds at the Irish Open. To book a session call John on 086belly wedge-8155248.

The belly wedge is a great shot to have when your ball is nestled up against the collar of the rough surrounding the green. Top players often use this shot to extricate themselves from a tricky situation. Rather then hitting down on the ball as with a conventional shot, the belly wedge you hit the leading edge off the middle of the ball. It sends the ball out almost like a putt.

To play the shot, grip right down to the end of the grip, just to make sure you are closer to the ball. Stand with the ball back in the stance, opposite your right foot. Now hovering the club off the ground you play the shot almost like a putt, rocking the shoulders back and fourth.

A well executed belly wedge will see you make contact with the equator of the ball, making it run out like a putt. When it simply impossible to get your club under the ball, it is great to have this shot in your locker.

When you hear the word ‘hypnosis’ what immediately do you begin to think of?
Do you see images of people clucking like chickens on a stage show, a Svengali figure with piercing eyes and the ability to control someone by just clicking their fingers, an operation conducted without the need for anaesthetic? The very word hypnosis conjures up a myriad of perceptions for people, most of which are way off the mark.
Many are frightened of hypnosis as they perceive it as being a loss of control and surrendering to another person’s will.
clip_image003I am hopefully going to surprise many of you when I tell you that when you play good golf you are more than likely in a state of fairly DEEP hypnosis and yet when you are playing terrible golf you are most defiantly NOT in hypnosis!
‘the elimination of the multiplicity of the foci of attention and the establishment of selective thinking’ Phew.... this is one dictionary definition of the state of hypnosis and as highbrow as it sounds it does give us an insight of the kind of state of mind we SHOULD be in more often out on the course.

Simon Dyson is on his way to an unexpected appearence at next weeks WGC Bridgestone in Akron Ohio after winning the Irish Open in Killarney.  Dyson’s birdies on 16 more specifically on 17 were critical in a four under round of 67 for a 15 under total. Earlier in the day Dyson looked to have thrown away his chances of winning after three stabbing the 13th.

For Aussie Richard Green there was more heartbreak.  He left his second shot from a perfect position in the fairway on the front of the green and three putted to miss out on a playoff with Dyson.

Tiger is back at this weeks WGC-Bridgestone Invitational in Akron, Ohio.  And this is Bryon Bell, Tiger’s new caddie.

It is Woods first outing since The Players Championship in May, where he was forced to withdraw after nine holes due to a re-aggravation of left knee and Achilles injuries tweaked at the Masters.

Bell has actually caddied for Woods before; when he won at Torrey Pines in 1999, and when he defended that title in 2000.

So what are the odds that Woods, now ranked No. 21 in the world rankings, will be paired with Rory McIlroy to draw the crowds and the TV audience.


CIMG6172 David Howell is in the clubhouse at 11 under after the third round of the Irish Open.  Afterwards he told me that he has spent the evenings this week playing table tennis.  He has been his mate Kevin “a thumping” and reckons “every little win is good for the confidence!”

He also said he has been working with a new coach for the past couple of weeks but wont say who it is until he wins tomorrow!

GolfCentralDaily’s resident youtube phenomenon and St Margarets pro John Kelly has outdone the likes of Padraig Harrington and Darren Clarke by making the cut at the Irish Open.

Despite getting a freak flier on 17 that lead to bogey, John played the last brilliantly, just missing a ten footer for birdie.  His tap in par meant he made the cut on one under.  Afterward he thanked fellow pro and 17 time Irish Open player Brendan McGovern for his help on the bag.  All the best John at the weekend!

Pic: Job done.  John and Brendan after making the cut at the Irish Open

The headline is a little misleading.  True Nathan does have that unshaven homeless hobo look going on right now but its actually okay, he does have a roof over his head.  Here’s his factfile.

Name: Nathan Murphy

Place Of Birth: Ballyhaunis, County Mayo

Occupation: Today FM Sports broadcaster

First Job: Vacuum packin’ T bones in Halal Ballyhaunis

Biggest Influences on career: Eddie Murphy and Eddie Murphy Junior, not the actor, the drapers in Ballyhaunis.

Golf Handicap: 24.  But he once had 21 points in 8 holes before he had to go home.

Pastimes:  Not shaving.

Claim to Fame: My uncle was my uncle before my uncle was born.  Figure that one Einstein.


Just got off the course after following Paul Cutler down the back nine in Killarney.  Massive birdie on 16 after laying up to get to five under. Great course management on 17 for a tidy par (nice work Mark Hemphill).  Hybrid off the tee on the last into the wind left 220 yards.  Another hybrid into five feet and canned the putt for birdie.  In the clubhouse at six under!

All the journo’s were waiting on the 18th to chat to him. Tim Barter and Sky Sports too.  Great stuff Cutso. Best of luck the weekend!

  Garda Nigel Shevlin got the plum post on day one of the 2011 Irish Open accompanying the group including reigning US Open Champion Rory McIlroy and defending champion Ross Fisher.

Commenting on his luck Shevlin laughed “There were a lot of knives aiming for my back when they allocated me the McIlroy group!”

When I suggested that was why he was wearing a bullet proof vest he replied that these were standard Garda issue nowadays when standing in the line of a McIlroy drive!

darr pic 1 The common consensus from around the course today is that Darren Clarke (25/1) is in serious form.  He has been in Killarney since Sunday and was working on the range yesterday with Pete Cowan for hours! In great form during his press conference Big D then hit every green in regulation in the Pro-Am.

Word on the practice ground is that Mark Foster (50/1) is hitting the ball really nicely and could have a good week. Locally there is huge interest in Michael Collins from Mallow and David Higgins from Waterville.

There’s talk to that Ross Fisher (22/1) could have a big say in proceedings this week even though the formline doesn’t make super reading.  I watched him on the range and he’s hitting it sweet.  He says himself he played great around Wentworth last week in practice and we all know how tough Wentworth now is. We also know that games with mates dont count but dont say I didn’t mention it if he defends on Sunday.

Personally I will be following John Kelly.  With fellow pro and steadying influence Brendan McGovern on the bag the boys will get on great.  JK wont be happy with anything short of making the cut.  Good luck lads!

Irish Open presented by Discover Ireland

Killarney Golf & Fishing Club

Killarney, Co Kerry, Republic of Ireland 28 Jul 2011 - 31 Jul 2011

Robert Rock 40/1

Robert-Rock_1059703 Surely the Irish Open owes Robert Rock a win. The Belfry pro bagged all the cash but not the win when Shane Lowry pipped him in a playoff in Baltray two years back and last year he suffered more heartbreak when disqualified after the first round. To add insult to injury Rock had just shot a first round 65 to co lead the event. Finally got his first win at the BMW Italian Open in June and made a big splash at Congressional contending at the US Open having arrived just hours before it started.

Richard Green 28/1

rich green Last year when he finished tied fifth Richard Green described the Killeen Course in Killarney as very similar to the one he grew up on in Killarney. Not the longest hitter on Tour, Green will enjoy the shorter test this week where shot shaping and good putting are rewarded. Winner of last years Portugal Masters on the short but tricky Villamoura layout, Green has been solid of late with top 15’s in Munich and France and tied 16th at The Open.


Padraig Harrington 18/1

Padraig-Harrington-001 Those lucky enough to follow Padraig Harrington last year will have witnessed a short game exhibition from the three time Major Champion. The fact that he came second, just two shots behind Ross Fisher having it only 47% of the fairways proves this. Forget his formline so far this year, Padraig Harrington will be up to reproduce his 2007 win. With the rough up, he’ll really need to be straight off the tee.

Joost Luiten 33/1

Joost-Luiten A decent long odds each way shout this week might Joost Luiten. The Dutchman’s top 10 last year was all the more impressive considering his opening round of 74. He hasn’t been in good form of late with missed cuts in France and Scotland followed by a poor Open Championship but I saw enough in his tied third at the BMW in Munich and tied fifth at the Italian Open in June to believe he can contend this week.

Richard Finch 50/1

RichardFinch Former Irish Open champion Richard Finch will quietly fancy his chances this week and why shouldn’t he? Though he drove it on average 25 yards shorter than winner Alex Noren in Sweden last week, Finch was the straightest driver and best putter in the field. A reproduction of those two stats in Killarney are sure to sure to yield even greater success than his second last week. Finch was the only player in the field to be under par in the final round last Sunday.


Name: Michael Collins

Born: 26/1/1980

Attachment: Mallow Golf Range

Turned Pro: 2001 off scratch

What’s In The Bag

Getting To Know Michael

Most Memorable Honours

Winning this years Irish Club Pro Championship staged in Dundalk. I’ve also played Home Internationals with Ireland as well as at Boys and Youths level. I also have a Senior Cup medal with Mallow!

Another great achievement was poaching a beautiful Kerry woman, Claire McSwiney from Killorglan to be my wife!

What’s Playing On Your ipod at The Moment

I listen to everything but at the moment it’s Aloe Blacc, “I Need A Dollar!”

aloe blacc

Lowest 18 Hole Score in Competition

I shot a seven under 65 in Galgorm Castle on the EuroPro Tour last year.

Favourite Film

la confidential LA Confidential. It’s got that twist right at the end! It has nothing to do with Kim Basinger. Nothing no no no no no no….

Favourite Course


Best Shot You Have Hit With People Watching

Without doubt my 4-iron to five feet on the 18th hole in Killarney in the Irish Open first round last year. And I got the putt for birdie!

Pro You Most Admire


Probably Padraig Harrington for the amount he has achieved in the game and the hard work he put in to get there.


Favourite Sport Other Than Golf


Favourite Team



If I Wasn’t A Pro Golfer I Would Be

Probably a teacher. I have a degree in Arts.

Most Famous Person You Have Ever Met

mother-teresa This is a weird one but I once spoke to Mother Teresa on the phone. I cant remember what she said to me, I was only about six at the time!


Name: Dan Sugrue

Born: 17/3/1978

Attachment: Killarney Golf and Fishing Club

Turned Pro: 2002 off plus 2

What’s In The Bag

Getting To Know Dan

Most Memorable Honours

Getting to the final stage of Tour School in 2002 and qualifying for the Challenge Tour. My greatest achievement though was qualifying for the 2004 Open at Troon. I played with two Major Champions, Zach Johnson and Louis Oosthuizen!

What’s Playing On Your ipod at The Moment?

tom-waitsI’m a big Bob Dylan fan and in case things don’t go well in Killarney this week I always have a bit of Tom Waits ready to really maximize the depression!


Lowest 18 Hole Score in Competition

I once shot a 63 at Tour School in Five Lakes in England.

Favourite Film

MagnoliaMagnolia. It came out in 1999 and was directed by Paul Thomas Anderson. Bet you didn’t expect that!


Favourite Course

It has to be Killeen in Killarney!

Best Shot You Have Hit With People Watching

The best shot I ever hit was a holed out 8 iron for eagle on the 18th hole to qualify for the 2004 Open Championship.

Pro You Most Admire

Padraig Harrington. He opened the door for Irish golf.

Favourite Sport Other Than Golf

Gaelic Football

Favourite Team

Kerry of course!


If I Wasn’t A Pro Golfer I Would Be


Most Famous Person You Have Ever Met

Do you mean apart from The Gooch?seve-ballesteros1_1757411c?!!!  The most famous person I have met is Seve. I think it was in 1999 in Dublin airport. He was very interested in our golf. A legend!


The European Tour website are this evening reporting that Corey Pavin was recognized by the Welsh Government.  The successful operation took almost five years and up to 300 Welsh government officials.

It’s thought the Welsh Government came close to recognizing Corey Pavin back in 2003 during the Bush administration but it turned out to be Michael Parkinson outside a shopping centre in Cardiff.

The trail went cold until the Obama administration, working with the Welsh Government and thousands of google images finally succeeded in recognizing Pavin.  Its thought Pavin was recognized as he crossed the street outside his local school with his kids.

Great to see the Welsh Government are doing really useful things and aren’t just a colossal waste of British taxpayers money.

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