Patrick Reed Is Our Best Bet For The Dell Technologies Championship
The Fed Ex Cup play-offs move on to Massachusetts for the Dell Technologies Championship at The Tournament Players Club in Norton and it promises to be a fantastic four days of golf as the world's finest players are in attendance over the Labour Day weekend in the USA...
|1st September - 4th September||Odds||Won/Lost||Bet|
|Dell Technologies Championship|
|Tips||Patrick Reed (each way) Best Bet||@ 33 / 1|
|Louis Oosthuizen (each way)||@ 35 / 1|
|Adam Scott (each way)||@ 35 / 1|
|Charley Hoffman (each way)||@ 50 / 1|
The Big Guns
Dustin Johnson announced his return to form with a stunning win over Jordan Spieth in a play-off at the Northern Trust on Sunday and he is a 15/2 favourite when bidding to add to the three previous top-ten finishes he has secured at the Dell Technologies, formerly the Deutsche Bank, Championship.
The aforementioned Spieth hasn't broken the top-twenty since tying for fourth here in 2013 and he is available at 8/1, while the 2010 runner-up, Jason Day, is a 16/1 shot after finishing in the top-fifteen in six of his seven previous appearances in this event.
Defending champion, Rory McIlroy (18/1), will hope that a third victory in this tournament could propel him to end the season in a similar fashion to 2016 when he went on to win the Tour Championship and FedEx Cup.
Paul Casey was pipped to the title by McIlroy despite holding the 54-hole lead twelve months ago and he is a 25/1 chance, albeit he hasn't won a PGA Tour event since his maiden success in Houston in 2009.
Meanwhile, 2015 champion Rickie Fowler is a 16/1 bet after racking five top-ten finishes in his last seven starts and Hideki Matsuyama can be backed at 18/1 after winning three PGA Tour events during a stellar 2017.
We are going to look for some value away from the big names at the head of the market though and Patrick Reed is a stand-out 33/1 with Betfred. The American has previous at this course as he finished 4th in 2015 and 5th in 2016. while he arrives in form having followed up a runner-up effort at the US PGA with a top-20 at last week's Northern Trust.
Reed could do with a big showing this week as he bids to move from his current position of 33rd and into the top-30 of the FedEx Cup rankings, while he will also be hoping to force his way into the Presidents Cup reckoning.
Tip #1: Patrick Reed (each way) @ 33/1 with Betfred (1/4 odds on five places).
Like Reed, Louis Oosthuizen followed up his tie for 2nd at the US PGA with a top-ten at Glen Oaks last week and the South African is putting extremely well right now. He has previous at this course as the 2012 runner-up finished 12th in 2015 and 8th in 2016, with Betfred going 35/1 on his chances.
Tip #2: Louis Oosthuizen (each way) @ 35/1 with Betfred.com (1/4 odds on five places).
The Best Of The Rest
We also like the look of Adam Scott this week as he returns to golf following the birth of his second child and he will be looking to make up for lost time after securing seven top-fifteen finishes already this year.
The Australian won this tournament in 2003 and he finished in the top-eight on five occasions since, with his last six visits yielding an impressive scoring average of 68.375. This is a course where ball-strikers thrive and Scott could hit the ground running on his return.
Tip #3: Adam Scott (each way) @ 35/1 with Betfred (1/4 odds on five places).
Finally, Charley Hoffman won this tournament in 2010 before securing a solo 3rd in 2015 and he arrives for this edition in form. A stunning 65 on Sunday earned him a share of 17th place at The Northern Trust and that was his sixth top-20 effort in his past eight outings.
Tip #4: Charley Hoffman (each way) @ 50/1 with Sky Bet (1/4 odds on six places).
2017 Dell Technologies Championship Odds
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