Shriners Hospitals for Children Open Betting Picks

By Golf

The PGA Tour swings into the Nevada Desert this week for the second tournament of the season. Last week saw the tour graduate Emiliano Grillo win the Open. The young Argentine managed to pip Kevin Na to the post as he won on the second playoff hole. Life changing for Grillo as he pocketed over a million dollars and a two year exemption on the PGA Tour. It may be the early phases of the season but their are still huge rewards on the table and lots to play for. This weeks action takes place at TPC Summerlin, which is 7, 255 yards and plays as a par 71. Ben Martin is back to defend his title as he beat Kevin Streelman last year. It was a very close affair with Streelman shooting the lights out on the final round but ultimately came down to Martins 46 foot eagle putt on the par 5 16th. Once again the field is slightly weakened with a lot of the players either taking time off or playing in Hong Kong as The European Tour begins its final lap of the season. Still, there are a few superstars present this week and it promises to be another close contest. All eyes will be on possibly another graduate winning as there are 34 of them teeing it up. These graduates must seize their opportunity whilst the main names on the PGA Tour are out of action. When the cat’s away comes to mind….

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Emiliano Grillo (+2500

Golf is such a confidence game and Grillo is bursting with it at the moment. Before last weeks win he won the Championship and looks like he means business this season. The 23 year Argentinian is naturally very gifted and will go on do to great things in golf. Golfers often strike whilst the iron is hot and Grillo will look to shine this week at the Shriners.

Rickie Fowler (+800

Rickie Fowler had a great Presidents Cup and is undoubtedly the best player in this weeks field. If Fowler plays anything close to his best he will win. He shifted a gear last season and is now one of the bets players in the world. Officially the 5th best player in the world and you can bet Fowler wants to make a big statement in his first event of the season. Watch out for the little Californian this week.

Brandt Snedeker (+2500

Snedeker has proved himself as one of the most consistent and talented players on the PGA tour. The door is slightly open for some of the better players this week and Snedeker will fancy himself as one of those that can get it done. He finished in the top 20 last week and looked like he could be in the winners circle again very soon.

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