Make sure you get your bets on in time... we're starting early tomorrow because of the threat of thunderstorms, which unfortunately, will more likely disrupt play at some stage.
Anders Romero's price stands out to me this week. The enigmatic Argentine has bounced back onto the radar this year with a fine win at the BMW International Open in Germany. That victory saw Romero earn a place in this week's WGC, a tournament he finished sixth in on his Firestone debut in 2007. His recent schedule is making me tired just looking at it but there's no doubt he's in better form than he's been in for a few years and he has Firestone form in the book.
After a scintillating start to his career, Thorbjorn Olesen has barely featured in WGCs and Majors over the past three years; he's been perpetually on the fringes of the world's top 50. However, the Dane has been in eye-catching form this summer in Europe - this week represents a fine opportunity for him to bring that form onto the World stage and leap into that top 50.
Jhonattan Vegas looks a very fair price this week. Few players arrive in better form or with more confidence than the big-hitting Venezuelan. Rather than a negative, I look on his 68th place finish here in 2011 as a positive, that experience should stand him in good stead.
My each-way pick Patrick Reed is on the verge of some big results. He feels his game is in the best shape it's been in for a while and has finished in the top 25 in eight of his last 11 outings. It's been a consistent run, but the outspoken American is in need of a win. It's coming.
Back Andres Romero @ 150/1
Back Thorbjorn Olesen @ 90/1
Back Jhonattan Vegas @ 90/1
Back Patrick Reed @ 55/1
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