Lee Westwood defends his Nedbank Challenge in Sun City and looks a great bet at 7/2 with Ladbrokes to retain his title he won with such authority 12 months ago and become the first back to back winner since Jim Furyk in 2005/6.
Furyk himself is in California where he is 14/1 at bet365 to win The Chevron World Challenge which he won in 2009.
Over the others in Sun City Martin Kaymer makes most appeal at 6/1 at Unibet but if Westwood performs to level he did 12 months ago here he should win again.
Hunter Mahan looks over the odds at 14/1 at Blue Square each way for 4 places in Chevron where Tiger Woods hosts and is priced at a best cautious 100/30 with Coral. He has won here 4 times the last 2 in 2006 and 2007 when starting 6/4 so the short price is understandable and worth a saver.
With strong winds forcast at the Hong Kong Open this week Rory Mcllroy looks very short at 5/1 at Paddy Power.
Matteo Mannesero has had a quiet time recently but played really well here last year when runner up to Ian Poulter and looks value at 35/1 with Hills who are 1/4 first 5 while Miguel Angel Jimenez a dual winner here the last in 2004 is worth taking a chance with at a tempting 30/1 in this weeks Hong Kong Open with Skybet and Totesport