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    Outrights:

    Thomas Aiken(80/1) e.w.
    Romain Langasque(45/1) e.w.
    David Drysdale(110/1) e.w.

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    Arnold Palmer:

    Outrights:

    Ian Poulter(50/1) e.w.
    Charles Howell(60/1) e.w.
    Francesco Molinari(35/1) e.w.
    Lucas Glover(50/1) e.w.
    Davis Love(300/1) e.w.
    Bryson DeChambeau(16/1) e.w.
    Matt Every(100/1) e.w.
    Jason Kokrak(70/1) e.w.
    Sam Saunders(250/1) e.w.
    J.B. Holmes(80/1) e.w.



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    great pic and, hopefully, picks
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    Quote Originally Posted by scrubs View Post
    great pic
    "Arnie has more people watching him park the car than we do out on the course." ~ Lee Trevino


    Hoag Classic:

    Outrights:

    Darren Clarke(40/1) e.w.
    Tommy Tolles(140/1) e.w.

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    Arnold Palmer:

    In-running:

    Jason Kokrak(200/1) e.w.

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    Through 10 weeks:
    Outrights YTD: 11-133 (+52.10*)
    Matchups YTD: 0-1 (-1.38*)


    Kenya Open:

    Outrights:

    Haydn Porteous(40/1) e.w.
    Gaganjeet Bhullar(28/1) e.w.
    Erik van Rooyen(18/1) e.w.

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    The Players:

    Outrights:

    Tiger Woods(22/1) e.w.
    - - A second shot course where everyone is more or less hitting their tee shots to the same spots, with bermuda greens in Florida after a horrific putting escapade, should suit Tiger 2019 down to his soft spikes . . . I'm not hearing anything fundamentally disparaging, and in fact quite the contrary, since he arrived on site.

    Francesco Molinari(22/1) e.w.
    - - No intention of picking up this winning marker which definitely seems better than most.

    Ryan Palmer(140/1) e.w.
    - - On my radar because IMO he fits the profile, in terms of career CV and current season markers, of a wide swath of players that have had defining won and could have won moments at TPC Sawgrass.

    Gary Woodland(66/1) e.w.
    - - A name I definitely dismissed on first blush, but then it just started seeming a bit inspired. Or not.

    Ian Poulter(50/1) e.w.
    - - More than once Iíve previously pegged Poulter for success here, and now I think his markers for being pegged during the last 365 days are at least as compelling as those of the prior 42 years. At this moment has to be on my roster more than Adam Scott, Justin Thomas, Si Woo Kim, Chez Reavie, Paul Casey, Tommy Fleetwood or Xander Schauffele, among others.

    Lucas Glover(66/1) e.w.
    - - Tough courses suit him, tough moments most assuredly do not.

    Matt Kuchar(55/1) e.w.
    - -

    Henrik Stenson(55/1) e.w.
    - - The state of his game and the elements of his back story at this moment seem a bit inscrutable. Or not.

    Jason Kokrak(100/1) e.w.
    - - Kind of stuck on my radar.

    Billy Horschel(80/1) e.w.
    - - Making something happen early days with his putter will IMO determine the virtue of this wager, not so much whether he holds his nerve if he does sniff the finish line.

    Russell Henley(150/1) e.w.
    - - As I posted at Honda, ď FWIW, my peculiar plans for many weeks have involved holding off until the Tour moved to Florida before making multiple plays, regardless of early results, on Russell Henley ascending smartly past his #148 position in the FedEx Cup standings; the holding off segment was successful, now the hard part.Ē Not abandoning ship.

    J.B. Holmes(150/1) e.w.
    - - Has played some good golf here, but doubting that his recent glory portends similar Sunday grit in quick succession, probably better suited for a play as first round leader.

    Kevin Kisner(125/1) e.w.
    - - At this moment has to be on my roster more than Adam Scott, Justin Thomas, Si Woo Kim, Chez Reavie, Paul Casey, Tommy Fleetwood or Xander Schauffele, among others. Having lost a playoff here adds an extra intangible.

    Sam Saunders(275/1) e.w. Top American
    - - I have a definite opinion that he should not be priced in the bottom 10% of the field when Iím certain his game was directed towards peaking last week, but their were harsh results for a variety of reasons, and now the bounce back circumstances are fairly conducive. Destined to be a value loser at 500/1, Iíll burn my cash on a Top American play instead.

    Xander Schauffele(28/1) e.w.
    - - This is an event where I donít really have a problem swerving plays on the market leaders . . . and if they get it done, more power to them . . . This price has almost no appeal, but his winning prospects have some appeal.

    Rafael Cabrera Bello(66/1) e.w.
    - - Wish I liked his chances of being fresh and rested and emerging through the grind of this Sunday, as he looked under better circumstances last Sunday . . . At the start of the week, I sort of expected that with my extensive list of prospects and generally satisfactory recent ANGLES and INFORMATION, it would take some discipline to limit myself to between 12 to 15 plays for the flagship event on this Tour (while I would be surprised if I came up with two plays at the moment for the European event for which I would feel equally invested) . . . This makes 16. Should I stand or should I hit?

    J.B. Holmes(125/1) e.w. First Round Leader
    - - I'll stay on hard 17.


    Matchups:

    Molinari(-130) over Day (Tournament)
    Woods(-136) over Reed (Tournament)
    Thomas(+115) over Johnson (Tournament)
    Palmer(+160) over Mullinax/Im (Thursday)


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    Maybank:

    Outrights:

    Gaganjeet Bhullar(40/1) e.w.
    Shubhankar Sharma(45/1) e.w.
    Aaron Rai(50/1) e.w.
    Adrian Otaegui(55/1) e.w.
    Thongchai Jaidee(125/1) e.w.
    Phachara Khongwatmai(125/1) e.w.
    Yikeun Chang(150/1) e.w.
    Thomas Bjorn(175/1) e.w.

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    Valspar:

    Outrights:

    Kevin Kisner(45/1) e.w.
    Lucas Glover(45/1) e.w.
    Jason Kokrak(45/1) e.w.
    Rafael Cabrera Bello(50/1) e.w.
    Russell Henley(100/1) e.w.
    Sam Saunders(250/1) e.w.
    Cameron Tringale(300/1) e.w.

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