Tiger Woods has pulled out of next weeks US Open although Hills are refunding all ante post bets on Woods who misses event for first time since turning pro in 1995 they go 12)1 the field at present showing just how competive the World Game currently is.
Matteo Manassero is only 18 and has a huge future ahead of him and achieves another first this week as he is Favourite at 15/2 with bet365 for this weeks BMW Italian Open in Turin although it is remarkable it is hard to disagree with the layers on this occasion as this remarkable youngster has made such amazing progress since turning Pro. Accordingly he looks a worthwhile bet at 13/8 with Skybet for a place in the top five.
Chris Wood is a frustrating player to follow but often shows his best form in June and July and looks a decent each way bet at 28/1 (Bodog and Boylesports) this week while Scot Peter Whiteford has quietly been getting on with the job in recent weeks and looks an intresting outsider in Turin this week at 40/1 with Coral.co.uk
The Fedex St Jude Classic offers a last chance for the top players to show some form before US Open next week several like Luke Donald take the week off but Lee Westwood plays and is ‘s 15/2 favourite. David Toms is in great shape at present and should go well at a best price 12/1 at Titanbet
Brandt Snedeker is a player I want to be with at 30s with totesport while John Rollins at 80/1 (Paddy Power) looks an each way bet for those that fancy the bigger price. Spencer Levin is another at 80/1, this time with Ladbrokes, who should also give backers a decent each way run for their money.