Five players have made the journey from Augusta to Kuala Lumpur and on the face of it that should be a good enough reason to oppose them, but it may be a dangerous game given that all have some appeal.
Although Lee Westwood hasn’t been here for seven years he is still market leader at 10/1 while Louis Oosthuizen, who played far better than his 25th place at Augusta suggests, might not be as badly affected by the travel as a few others and I like his chances this week at a general 14/1.
Alternatively, David Horsey did not play at the Masters but has shown enough decent early season form to suggest 40/1 is a decent price in Malaysia this week.
The PGA Tour hosts the Heritage at Hilton Head and has a strong field, headed by 20-year-old Jordan Speith who impressed so many with his maturity at Augusta on Sunday when joint runner-up in his first Masters.
He is a 16/1 market leader this week, ahead of in-form Matt Kuchar (18/1), the most consistent player on the tour over last month.
Luke Donald has often played well here and should give backers a decent run for thir money at 20/1, the same price as 2010 winner Jim Furyk.
Of the bigger prices Brandt Snedeker, who beat Donald in a play-off here three years ago looks over the odds at 33/1 while Kevin Streelman is a player whom quietly just gets on with things and appears overpriced at 55/1.
The Masters was a great result for the bookies as punters didn’t latch on to 2012 winner Bubba Watson but this second Green Jacket was gained with a very controlled back nine from a player who is a breath of fresh air to the modern game. Youngster Speith and 50-year-old Miguel Angel Jiminez showed it really can be a game for all ages.