2015 Deutsche Bank Betting Preview And Tips
September 4th – 7th, 2015, TPC of Boston, Norton, Mass.
Purse: $8.25 million with $1,485,000 to the winner
Par: 71 / Yardage: 7,214;Defending Champion: Chris Kirk

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Jason Day 13/2


Looks unstoppable right now, even with Rory McIlroy 8/1 and Jordan Spieth 15/2 in the field. In his own words Day “absolutely loves” TPC Boston and why wouldn’t he; it’s a big hitters dream.  The foundation to his success in 2015 has been a 316 yard average off the tee; in his last eight events where he has made the cut, Day has been in the top-5 longest drivers in the field.  But that’s not all.  With three wins in his last four starts the Aussie comes to Boston for the eighth time knowing that this is THE course on which he has putted best on throughout his PGA Tour career having averaged just 109 putts per event.  That has yielded  three top 10’s here in his last five starts, and with his current run of form, Jason looks a good bet to be right up there again.


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Bubba Watson 22/1


Would you believe it that Bubba drove the ball an average of 331 yards last week at The Barclays?  His solo third there also included included a T5 GIR split, a T14 putting performance and a cumulative -4 on the par-4’s.  That’s vital in this tip because Bubba has always found it difficult to hole putts at TPC Boston. With solo seconds in Canada and Firestone thrown into the mix, if Watson keeps his current form he will win this week. I’m 99.99% sure of it!

Henrik Stenson 16/1



Henrik made his first appearance in Boston in 2007 but didn’t get back again for six years.  But boy was his return triumphant; the Swede blitzed the par-4’s in 2013 on his way to a Labor Day victory.  His solo second last week in Plainfield included his traditional top-5 GIR clip but he putted much much better.  More of the same will see Henrik in the mix this holiday weekend.

Brooks Koepka 28/1


I hate to say it when pro golfers are out their grinding to earn their living but a weekend off for Brooks at The Barclays may have done him no harm. The run of top 25’s ended at eight but with a T6 at Firestone, T5 at Whistling Straits and T6 at the Wyndham still fresh in the memory, the debutant can hit the ground running again in Boston.  This course plays to all his strengths.


Webb Simpson 60/1


Winner here in 2011 and T9 in 2014,  Webb is playing good golf but not holing putts. He’ll argue his change to the short putter has been seamless, but exactly 122 putts in his last two events will not the job done on the PGA Tour.  TPC Boston was always a course Webb putted well on; let’s see if he can do so this week.  If they drop my form map points to a place.


John Senden 125/1


Signs of better form for Robocop at The Barclays last week after two missed cuts and he’ll be eyeing Boston as a week to really cash in.  On his 12th visit to the course Senden has really learned to manage the course well and has been consistently amongst the top greens in regulation players over the last five years.  T5 last year and not outside the top-25 in his last five visits, he just needs the same putting week his fellow countryman Jason Day had a few days ago. Great long odds shout.


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