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Hofmans Golf Picks.

Last week was quiet as Donaldson failed to threaten in the end in Ireland and Snedeker didn’t score low enough to take a place or even push for a win.

This week we have the Open de France in Europe and over in the USA we have  The Greenbrier Classic to look forward to.

Open de France

Wiesberger is a winner 3wins in his last 32 entries is a fantastic return and hes been theatening again. 4 out of his last 7 have been top 5s too. Strikes ball well and will be a factor here. Simon Khans name is been bumper around as an old boy who fits the profile of a winner here and has the price to boot.

Soren Hansen really likes this course and 200/1+ is just too big to ignore. His stats have picked up of late and last years missed cut could be put behind him. Migel Angel Jiminez has been on tip of my tongue for this hes in really good shape right now and his game really suits this course so it was hard not to make the choice to go with him. Last pick is Olazabel who was showing signs of a return of late and if he can come back to life this is the course.

Bernd Wiesberger 33/1 betvictor (6places)

Simon Khan 150/1 various

Soren Hanen 200/1 coral

Miguel Angel Jimenez 50/1 betvictor (6places)

Jose Maria Olazabel 200/1 various

The Greenbrier Classic

 

Final Picks

Talked up in many circles Castro looks to good at 50/1 to not back. he looked a good runner up last week and had he caught Haa on a usual 4th round showing he could well have won. That shows he can handle himself and pressure is off for him with a tour card secured. S.Piercy also strikes me as value his two visits here have been solid all it needs is bit more to get near the line as he loves this style of golf. Morgan Hoffmann has come onto my radar of late,  he might be a rookie but right now hes hitting the ball well and catch him while hes hot. I left out Billy Horschel last week but im going put him back in now he still showed signs last week.

Robert Castro 50/1 (paddypower 6 places)

Scott Piercy 50/1 various

Morgan Hoffmann 80;1 betvictor (6places)

B.Horschel 28/1 betvictor (6places)

 

About Author

Based in Dublin, Ireland. Introduced to betting through horse racing, placed my first bet on kicking king to win the Gold Cup at 4/1. Used my love of all sports to take an interest in betting on sports. Qualified accountant with a way with numbers. Over years have found the niche sports most rewarding with NFL and Cycling, but always dabble in bit of everything. Focus in future is good staking and improved trading. Also blog at http://sportinginvest.com/

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