2016 BMW PGA Championship Betting Preview And Tips

The 2016 BMW PGA Championship Betting Preview and Tips

May 26th – 29th, 2016
Wentworth Club (West Course), Virginia Water, Surrey, England
Par: 72 / Yardage: 7,284
Purse: $5.45 million with $950,000 to the winner
Defending Champion: Byeong-Hun An

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Doc’s Top 5 Best Bets For The 2016 BMW PGA Championship  

Martin Kaymer 22/1

Martin Kaymer. Loving Europe more than the PGA Tour right now.

Confidence is vital for the best on the European Tour and Martin will have walked away from the K Club with a sack full of it.  After posting 75 on Saturday the German blitzed the course in his final round carding 65 and finishing T5.  While it hasn’t been happening on the PGA Tour, Martin was T6 at the Open de Espana and has a huge chance to forward his claim for a Ryder Cup start this week.  T12 and T18 in his last two Wentworth visits.

Shane Lowry 16/1

Shane Lowry. What a beard.

There was a lot of added pressure on Shane last week at the Irish Open and getting on the wrong side of the weather didn’t help. His T23 did however include a clip of T8 in driving accuracy and T19 in greens hit.  Loves Wentworth with three top-6 finishes since 2012 including a T6 in 2015 and an oh so close solo second in 2014.

Francesco Molinari 20/1

Francesco. Caught almost smiling with Matteo.

Not so much the horse for the course as the Italian Stallion for it!  Four consecutive top-10’s around Wentworth with a formline  of 5, T7, T9, T7.  Rested after an excellent T7 at The Players where he also finished high in the driving accuracy, GIR and putting stats.

James Morrison 66/1

James Morrison. Good in a storm.

Recovered after a second round 76 at the Irish Open to card a pair of 69’s which was hugely impressive.  That was significant because China didn’t go so well so James after a T4 in Valderrama.  Mixed Surrey record of late but has contended with a T11 in 2015 and T10 in 2012.

Eddie Pepperell 70/1

Eddie. Back on his bike.

Improved his score by 10 shots from round three to round four in Ireland to finish T8 and I figure Eddie can have another great week here.  Spoke to family members who told me he’s found the game again that brought a T6 at Wentworth on his debut in 2013. Super each way chance.

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