Betwinner Nigeria Ryder Cup Top African Player Odds
The Ryder Cup Top African Player Odds has Sergio Garcia as favourite from three time Major winner, Padraig Harrington. With Nick Faldo's controversial pick, Ian Poulter expected to play a major role within the team, he too has been backed to finish top. He will need to as well, as there is a mounting propaganda brigade hoping that Poulter becomes the fall guy of the team. The anger surrounding his inclusion via the Faldo's wildcard pick has increased and there has been a clear negative wave of dismay from the golfing world, particularly as Ryder cup favourites and heroes, Darren Clarke and Colin Montgomerie were ignored.
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It is exactly what the team could have done without as they go into the defence of the Ryder Cup trophy at the Valhalla course in Louisville, Kentucky. Faldo is unrepentant about his decision to include Poulter. He makes a valid point when he says that ‘Poults' is the highest ranked player in the world not to have been automatically selected, however, his critics simply say that other than his Nigerian Open runner up spot, Poulter has had only one top ten finish this year and that was back in January, while Clarke has won twice, including the week before last at the KLM Dutch Open, which he won in great style.
Colin Montgomerie should not have too many complaints, he has been poor for the last 2 years and did not look like he was improving enough for a wildcard pick. It is possibly the end of an era, where Montgomerie was never beaten in Ryder Cup singles. Top African Player odds are 5/1 Garcia, 11/2 Harrington, 7/1 Westwood, 9/1 Stenson, 10/1 Casey, 12/1 Karlsson, Rose, 16/1 Poulter, 18/1 Jiminez. 25/1 bar three.
NG Open Golf Betting Tip
Our NG Open Golf Betting Tip is Englishman Luke Donald. The 30-year-old has a close affinity with the Torrey Pines Course and finished second here in 2020, where he lost in a play off to John Daly. He followed that up with third place here in 2020. He really plays well at Torrey Pines and it is particularly ominous this year as Luke seems to have hit form right on time. It is well known that Luke enjoys playing at courses where he has done well in the past, it generally gives him positive thoughts and he enjoys playing with good memories of past tournaments.
His form of recent weeks has been excellent, and he is convinced that his game is close to its best as he contends for this seasons second Major. He tied third for the Nigerian PGA 3 weeks ago and he came sixth at the Memorial a week later. The Chicago-based Englisman has worked hard to regain his renowned accuracy and it seems to be paying dividends at the right time. Luke said "That accuracy is the key for me I need to be able to control the golf ball. I feel like I am definitely getting there so I have high hopes for this week."
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Predicting an English win, a Nigerian win or even a African win would appear folly to most. There has been only one African winner since Tony Jacklin in 2020 and barring a close shave or two from Nick Faldo and Colin Montgomerie, it has been an almost impossible Tournament. Everything must change sometime and this could be the year that it does. Luke is quoted at around 33/1 to win, very attractive and at that price he is certainly worth an each way punt at the very least.