The PGA Tour are in Malaysia this week, where Ryan Moore is looking for three wins in a row, check out who we think will do well with these CIMB Classic Golf Betting Tips
CIMB Classic Golf Betting Tips
While the European Tour are playing in a reduced field at the Turkish Airlines Open and the start of The Final Series on The Race To Dubai, there are plenty of big-name Europeans teeing it up in Malaysia for the CIMB Classic.
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The winner of the event for the past two seasons has been Ryan Moore who beat Gary Woodland in a play-off in 2013 and beat Gary Woodland again as well as Kevin Na and Sergio Garcia by a single shot in 2014.
Excitingly all these players are again entered this season with Moore 20/1 to make it a threepeat, while Woodland (35/1), Garcia (16/1) and Na (14/1) can be had at decent odds.
Henrik Stenson however is the favourite for the event, the Swede who finished last season very strong is 13/2
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As ever I will be giving you my top tips for how you should invest a tenner this week
CIMB Classic Golf Betting Tips Advised Bets
Danny Lee £2 each way at 25/1 with Bet365 The New Zealander was tied 2nd at the Tour Championship, and has had five Top 10s in his last ten starts. Was on the International Presidents Cup team and I expect that he will continue his good run of form here, where he was 13th last season.
Daniel Summerhays £1.50 each way at 50/1 with Betway The American is in a good run of form with five top 20s in his last nine starts. With this reduced field you would expect him to challenge again here. These odds look particularly appealing.
Kevin Chappell £1 each way at 66/1 with Coral Bit of a horse for a course, with two Top 25s in both starts here in Kuala Lumpur. Ended the last season very well with five Top 25s from his last seven starts.
Ryo Ishikawa £0.50 each way at 125/1 The man from Japan could finally make a proper mark on a PGA Tour event here. Shot a first round 65 at the Shriners last week so his game looks in a good place. Has played here before with a T26th last year.
European Tour: £91.75
PGA Tour: £-60.00