The RSM Classic, PGA Tour & DP World Tour Championship, European Tour

The RSM Classic, PGA Tour – 10 pts Outlay

At Sea Island Golf Course , 7,005 yards, par 70 – Thursday November 17th to Sunday November 20th

Dating back to 1929, Seaside began as nine holes by English architects Harry Colt and Charles Alison along the southern tip of St. Simon's Island. Bobby Jones once described Seaside as among the best nine holes he’d ever encountered. Joe Lee designed the “Marshside Nine” in 1973, and Tom Fazio was commissioned to bring the two together in 1999. Once again, entrants also will play one of the first two rounds at the revamped Plantation course, where Rees Jones also fused two previous nine-hole layouts into an 18-hole parkland test. 

Olympic bronze medallist Matt Kuchar and Zach Johnson, neighbours on next-door St. Simon’s Island, join fellow U.S. Ryder Cup member Brandt Snedeker and captain Davis Love III for the final event of the fall season. Jim Furyk also is amid a line-up that includes five of the top 35 players in the world rankings. More than a half-dozen entrants don't have to venture far from their St. Simon's Island homes, a list that also includes former U.S. Open champion Lucas Glover, PGA TOUR winners Harris English, Jonathan Byrd and Brian Harman. Bob Estes, a four-time PGA TOUR winner, tees it up for just the third time since the end of 2013 but second in three weeks. He missed the cut in Las Vegas.
  
Advised Bets (10pts): - 

Outright Market (5pts)NAP – CHRIS KIRK 18/1 (PaddyPower) 1.25 pts EW 

NB – RUSSELL HENLEY 30/1 (PaddyPower) 0.75pt EW 

IWAC – KEVIN KISNER 40/1 (PaddyPower) 0.5pt EW 

Top 10 Market (2pts) – KEVIN KISNER 5/1 (BetFred or StanJames) 1 pt BILL HAAS 3/1 (Bet365 or PaddyPower) 1 pt 

Top 20 Market (3pts) – ROBERT STREB 7/2 (BetVictor or StanJames) 1 pt

LUCAS GOLVER 2/1 (PaddyPower or BetVictor) 1 pt WEBB SIMPSON 2/1 (PaddyPower or BetVictor) 1 pt 

Note: We are sticking with PaddyPower here for the outright market, as they are offering each way terms at 1/5 odds for the top 7 places.

DP World Tour Championship, European Tour – 10 pts Outlay 

At Jumeirah Golf Estates, 7,675 yards, par 72 – Thursday November 17th to Sunday November 20th 

Earth is one of two courses set across the 1,119 hectares of lush green landscape at Jumeirah Golf Estates, and has been the home of the DP World Tour Championship since 2009. Designed by Greg Norman, the 7675 yard course is inspired by the great parkland courses of Europe and North America.

Earth plays to a par 72 and features rolling fairways, brilliant white bunkers and a deep red ochre backdrop framed by trees and shrubs. 

There is no shortage of hazards, with a total of 99 bunkers as well as a variety of lakes. Each of the last four holes plays alongside or over water, culminating in a meandering creek running the full length of the 18th hole. 

60 players will compete in the final event of the season, with four still in the running to win the Race to Dubai. 

Open Champion Henrik Stenson currently leads the Rankings, followed by 2016 Masters Tournament winner Danny Willett. Alex Noren is now up to third position after claiming his fourth victory of the season at the Nedbank Golf Challenge hosted by Gary Player, while defending Race to 10 Dubai champion Rory McIlroy is also in contention, but must win this week to have a chance of being crowned European Tour Number One for the fourth time.

The additional incentive of a share of the $5million Bonus Pool for anyone finishing the season in the top ten means the likes of Tyrrell Hatton, Branden Grace, Rafa Cabrera Bello, Louis Oosthuizen, Chris Wood and Thorbjørn Olesen will all be looking to maintain their positions. 

Slightly further down the Rankings, Jeunghun Wang has pulled ahead in the race to be named Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year. Along with his rivals in the field - Li Haotong, Soomin Lee, Brandon Stone and Ricardo Gouveia - Wang is aiming to be the highest placed rookie in the final Race to Dubai Rankings and collect the award previously won by the likes of Martin Kaymer, Sergio Garcia and Ian Poulter.

Advised Bets (10pts): - 

Outright Market (5pts)NAP – HENRIK STENSON 6/1 (BetFair) 2.5 pts WIN 

NB – ANDY SULLIVAN 25/1 (StanJames) 0.75pt EW 

IWAC – FRANCESCO MOLINARI 28/1 (StanJames) 0.5pt EW 

Top 10 Market (1pts) – BRANDAN GRACE 2/1 (SkyBet) 1 pt 

Top 20 Market (4pts) – RAFA CABRERA BELLO 1/1 (SkyBet or Bet365) 2 pt 

VICTOR DUBISSON 2/1 (BetVictor) 1 pt 

JOOST LUITEN 15/8 (Fred) 1 pt 11 

Note: We are sticking with StanJames here for the outright market in the European Tour event, as they are offering each way terms at 1/5 odds for the top 6 places. 

*MULTIPLE* (1pt) – Chris Kirk (The RSM Classic) & Henrik Stenson (DP World Tour Championship) 133/1 (BetFair) 0.5pts EW DOUBLE

I would like to thanks Stuart for all his hard work and wish him well with his paid service which means, sadly, we will not see his tips here in future. When you consider over the last 2 years he has achieved £9,600 profit to a £10 stake he has more than proven his worth. 

We wish his well for the future.  If you want to learn more, you can contact his here: info@sjpgolftips.co.uk


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