Since we come back for the year on the trot to the Silverado CC the Safeway assembles its best area in years. It’s a tough course to find out just what attributes matter most but I enjoy a good deal of accuracy from tee to green. Scrambling is another stat worth a glance as the shapes around the greens imply there’ll be a lot of tasks throughout the week to get down and up greenside. Poa Annua greens is still just another issue as lots find these surfaces hard.
Cantlay and thomas are the two superpowers at the peak of the market. Both have off since the conclusion of this Fedex and it remains to be observed in what form they arrive . Thomas had the form that is greater although they stopped with a triumph but was a colour. So it is in their capability as they have been used to to put on a victory in a far weakened field they have played this class. There are plenty given and with form on this track the layoff the two prices do not interest me a whole lot.
Adam Scott has a nice listing on Poa Annua greens and I think he isthe winner outside of the top 2, though I’m not a enormous fan of this price. The Australian has been striping it from tee to green here this week, and that should function as a significant advantage. So I hope him to get a lot of opportunities He’s long enough into the bargain. The switch to Poa Annua greens have to be a positive also. He also has had a month away but he is used t longer lay offs as he takes a lot of time. 5-9-5 in three playoff events was an end to a season which which seen him top notch two tens from the Majors, and a top 20. It’s one of those cases that I will back someone regardless of the price.
2.5pts each-way A.Scott 14/1 (1/5 8)
It looks overpriced and has been a spell this past few months for Bud Cauley. The Floridian has enjoyed some success of late with high 25 finishes coming in most, Wyndham and the John Deere recently . He hasn’t performed well on the greens here down the years but despite that made the cut all three appearances and has managed to finish 7th here two decades ago. He isn’t the most dependable and still get off the mark on excursion but some success has been achieved by sorts such as his here down. Ranks 15th from the area in Total Strokes gained and also worth a punt at 70/1.
1pt each-way B.Cauley 70/1 (1/5 8)
Harold Varner has threatened a win this year in the Northern Trust and I expect to land among these’less significant’ events at any stage over the next year or so. Varner won the Australian PGA a few years ago but has failed to match people heroics on the PGA tour. He arrives with confidence although one top 3 end since is a pity only with the top 20. He profits shots in all departments here within the last four decades which has contained four and two top 20 finishes from four cuts that are made. A runner worth and a pop at 70s. Sungjae Im really is a proposition this week but Scott is favoured by me with a whisker. Others Chesson Hadley, Mark Hubbard and Brandt Snedeker were close to creating my strategy.
1pt each-way H.Varner 70/1 (1/5 8)
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