The KLM Championship returns to Zandvoort, which is great news for Simon Dyson who has not had great season so far but played well enough in Switzerland last week to suggest he can put up a bold showing.
Looking to follow his course victories here in 2006 and 2009, I was hoping Dyson’s odds would be better than the best available 18/1 at bet365 but nevertheless, I expect him to go well.
Paul Casey looks a decent betting proposition on this track at 22/1 via BetVictor. The Irish Open Champion is a class player who is gradually creeping back up the world rankings and he should challenge here while American Brooks Kooepka looks a winner waiting to happen on the European Tour and is my other selection at 30/1 (Stan James).
The BMW Championship is being played at Conway Farms Lake Forest near Chicago so there is no discernible course form to go on but Luke Donald has played it many times so he should be supported at 40/1 with Coral to take advantage of his local knowledge.
Tiger Woods heads the market at 6/1 courtesy of betway but with his fitness a major worry you’d be taking a big chance backing him at such skinny odds.
However, with nothing to go on regarding the venue and plenty of players only caring about making the field for the season finale Tour Championship in Atlanta, this event looks to be a real puzzle for punters.