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january 28th 13.34
There will be quite a few changes on show at this weeks Phoenix Open and the course should play tougher than it has in the past. Players with good GIR stats have fared well here in the past and I think that stat could prove even more important with the changes that have been introduced so I have put up two picks who excel in that department.
Robert Streb secured his maiden PGA title in the Fall after a consistent run of form and he has maintained that ever since and has performed well in his two starts in Hawaii. His finish in the Sony was much better than past efforts and he even seemed surprised as he said he needs a bit more room off to tee to be seen at his best. Whilst he hasn't played here before that doesn't put me off as Stanley and Holmes both won on their course debuts £20 ew 80/1 + £40 70 Betfair
Shawn Stefani is also on a great run of form - 2nd in the OHL Classic before Christmas he picked up where he left off in Hawaii with a 6th (again an improved performance) and after playing himself out of things with an opening 75 last week he played better than anyone thereafter climbing to an impressive 15th. He did miss the cut on his only start here in 2013 but he is a much improved player now £30 ew 100/1 + £10 100 on Betfair.
One small late bet on Camilo Villegas who may well get off to a fast start again here - he led in 2010 after an opening 62, was 3rd after round one in 2008 when he went on to lead at the cut and was 2nd overall in his debut in 2006. He shot an opening 63 to lie 3rd in Hawaii and when he won in August he was the first round leader £10 ew FRL 125/1 + £10 310 Betfair
january 27th 15.41
I was very tempted last week to back Alex Noren in Qatar but I was worried he may "bounce" having been off with injury for so long but he shot a solid opening round and a brilliant 65 on Sunday to finish 9th. To be honest I expected his price to be heavily cut this week but strangely it hasn't. If last week is anything to go by he still mORe
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