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The final major of 2015 takes place at the Whistling Straits course in Winsconsin. Martin Kaymer won the last time this event was held at the course after Dustin Johnson was penalised for grounding his club in a patch of dirt which was adjudicated to be a bunker.

Whistling Straits is a par 72 lakeside course with very long par 5’s and a couple of monster par 4’s of over 600 yards. 

With the above paragraph in mind there is little doubt that the big hitters will once again come to the fore. 

We have had success in this event by backing players that have been consistently on leaderboards throughout the whole season, over the last six weeks and who finished in the top 20 at last week’s Bridgestone Invitational.





Course: Whistling Straits (Straits Course), Kohler, Wisconsin

Course Architect: Pete Dye (1998)

Par: 72

Yardage: 7,501

Acres of fairway: 22

Greens: Providence bentgrass; average size: 7,000 sq. ft.

Stimp: 12 ft.










Last 10 winners


Rory McIlroy


Jason Dufner


Rory McIlroy


Keegan Bradley


Martin Kaymer


YE Yang


Padraig Harrington


Tiger Woods


Tiger Woods


Phil Mickelson



The main bet for this tournament was always going to be Dustin Johnson but his final two rounds at the Open (75, 75) and last week at the Bridgestone (75, 76) have put me off him. 

Jason Day and Bubba Watson are others that will be suited to this course but with several 200/1 winners of this event (Yang, Bradley, Dufner) in the last 10 years i’m happy to look for a few outsiders that also fit the profile. 




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Brooks Koepka failed by a shot to get us some place returns at the Open Championship and he’s my top pick this week.  

He finished tied for 6th last week at the Bridgestone and was the only player to play all four rounds in the 60’s.

His stats read like a top 10 player…because that’s exactly what he is in the making. 

6th driving distance

5th Strokes gained putting

2nd approaches from 175-200 yards

1st putting from 4 to 8 feet

1 unit each way at $46 with Screenshot 2014-05-03 13.10.10 (1st 6 places) 




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Robert Streb has been a model of consistency this year and showed he is still in good form with a 5th placed finish last week at the Bridgestone where he averaged 340 yards off the tee. he ranks 40th in driving distance on the PGA Tour but showed last week that he can get it down there when he needs to.

He’s 5th in FEDEX Cup rankings.

1 unit each way at $86 with Screenshot 2014-05-03 13.10.10 (1st 6 places) 





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Danny Willett led for most of the Open Championship before falling away in the final round. This experience can go either way with regards to the player’s form for the rest of the year and Willett responded positively by winning his very next event, the European Masters. 

He does not have a PGA Tour DD ranking but his distance of 299.6 would see him sit 30th so he’s plenty long enough off the tee. 

.75 units each way at $101 with Screenshot 2014-05-03 13.10.10 (1st 6 places) 




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I can’t say much more about Justin Thomas without repeating myself. I’ve tipped him so many times this season it’s not true but he IS worth persevering with.

He is -35 for his last 12 rounds and ranks 20th in driving distance.

.75 units each way at $101 with Screenshot 2014-05-03 13.10.10 (1st 6 places) 




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Tyrrell Hatton is a big hitter who is in fine form. He finished 3rd at the European Masters that Danny Willett won and tied 5th in the Paul Lawrie match play. 

.25 units win at $301 and .75 units top 10 at $23 with Screenshot 2014-05-21 12.49.05



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