The Barclays Singapore Open has a strong field and looks very competive with 2010 US Open Champion Graeme McDowell as 18/1 joint market leader with Betfred. Anthony Kim played well in China a fortnight ago and should go well at 22/1 (Blue Square) while Simon Dyson at 28/1 (Boylesports) should never be discounted here.
Ernie Els, at 38/1 with Betdaq, is a big price for a player who is only a good putting week away from a runaway win like Sergio Garcia proved in Valencia last month.
Tiger Woods plays in the Australian Open and hopes to repeat his triumph of 2 years ago. It is hard to believe that was his last win and he is desperate to win again and get back into World’s top 50 again before trying to win more Majors. Tiger Woods is 11/1 with Totesport which is worth a speculative punt. Jason Day plays with Tiger for the first time and is also 11/1, this time with William Hill, with Adam Scott bet365′s 8/1 market leader.
Aussie Robert Allenby is my pick here at 22/1 (). He has had a great season and looks overpriced in his home Open while those who like a big price may choose to back Mathew Goggin who is 100/1 with Betfred, 1/4 odds first five. Goggin is a huge talent down under and should give you a good run for you money at massive odds.