Rory Mcllroy 9/2 (Skybet) and Adam Scott 7/1 (Betvictor) head the field in this weeks Singapore Open and both have clear cut chances while Louis Oostuizen at 12/1 (Ladbrokes) will be hoping to quickly forget last weekend when he blew a 5 shot halfway lead.
He is a good enough player to bounce back quickly as he showed in April when winning the week after his playoff defeat to Bubba Watson in Masters at Augusta I am backing him again this week.
Phil Mickleson will have plenty of supporters at 11/1 (Paddy Power) while the forgotton man of European Golf Paul Casey is the value bet here at 33/1 Betfred) on a course he will relish. 2012 has been a year to forget with injury for Casey but he is a real talent and this is a great chance for him to end year a winner again.
The PGA Tour concludes for year in Florida this week and The Network Classic has a real end of season feel to it. Ben Curtis at 50/1 (Ladbrokes) is my idea of the each way value here while Ryan Palmer at 28/1 with William Hill also looks value in an event which looks very Open and with no clear market leaders anyone could win the PGA Tour seasons finale