The. Valspar Championship looks one of the most open on the PGA Tour this year, with Harris English heading the market at 18/1.
Luke Donald at 22/1 has a great record here and a return to form looks a real possibility while US Open Champion Justin Rose should also go well at 25/1 after playing better than his 34th at Doral last week suggested; he finished sixth here in 2011 and should be in contention.
It has been a slow start to 2014 season for many of European golf’s top stars so far so Donald and Rose will be hoping to change that in this event. Alternatively, Webb Simpson should go well 28/1, Gary Woodland looks overpriced at 40/1 and KL Choi is tempting outsider at 50/1 given his superb record at this venue.
The Trophee Hassan II looks a low key affair with George Coetzee, who will have gained plenty of confidence from his first win earlier in the year, the market leader at 16/1.
David Horsey has a great record here, as well as two top ten finishes this season and should go well at 18/1 while Northern Ireland’s Micheal Hoey looks decent value at 35/1 and South African Jaco Van Zyl isn’t without appeal at 40/1.
The Ryder Cup Teams for 2014 could contain several rookies on both sides after Patrick Reed’s win last week at Doral and a great performance from Jamie Donaldson of Wales. The story of 2014 is already the question of just who is going to be missing from both teams at Gleneagles.