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november 9th 10.59
Mayakoba Classic in play bet

Russell Henley
40 points ew 50/1 1/4 5 (Betfair 1/5 6)

Henley was on my radar before the start due to where his three PGA tour wins have been as there seems to be a correlation with the Sony and even the venue of his two other wins Houston and PGA National. My one concern was lack of form and never played here before but a -5 opening round has allayed those fears so in the book he goes

European Qualifying School
Oscar Lengden 25 points ew 125/1 1/5 6 (150/1 Betvictor)

There now seem to be enough books up to warrant a bet in this six round event that starts tomorrow.
Earlier this year Lengden looked set to gain his card through the Challenge Tour with ease after winning the Catalunya Challenge just down the road from this weeks venue by a comfortable four shot margin.
However a complete loss of form over the Summer saw him slip slowly down the rankings though he did rally in his last two events with 7th and 17th narrowly missing out on gaining a full tour card.
The reason I like him this week is that compilers seem to have missed his Nordic League form over the two courses – Lumine Hills and Lakes – where in 2016 and 2017 he produced form of 2/34/7/1
The 34 may look bad but in the 54 hole event he was joint leader into the final round before tearing a muscle and being barely able to play.MORE
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