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The fourth and last Major of the season is upon us, and the venue for this year’s USPGA Championship is the iconic Baltusrol Course in New Jersey. One thing is guaranteed….this course will bite. Firstly it’s long, very long and weighs in at a whooping 7392 yards and don’t forget it’s a Par 70! The Par 5 17th hole is all of 650 yards and all eyes will be on whether anyone can reach it in two. The last time a Major was played at the course for the 1993 US Open only one player, John Daly, achieved the feat. There is no doubt that Tiger will have a go at it and Vijay Singh will also have the length. But it will be a big ask. Stan James will have a market on whether it is achieved so if you fancy someone to nail it, check out the prices.

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Win the US PGA Odds Tiger Woods 9/4, Vijay Singh 7, Phil Mickelson 18, Retief Goosen 18, Sergio Garcia 25
Handicap Betting Padraig Harrington (10/1), Tim Clark (10/1), Chris Dimarco (10/1)
1st Round Leader Tiger Woods (15/2), Vijay Singh (10/1), Phil Mickelson (16/1)
Big 4 v The Field The Field (1/1), Big 4 (11/10)
Hole In One No (8/11), Yes (1/1)
Place Market T. Woods (1/2), Vijay Singh (11/8), Retief Goosen (3/1)
Play Off? No (1/3), Yes (9/4)
Player To Make The Cut Stewart Cink (1/41), Fred Couples (1/41), Stephen Dodd (1/41)
Top 10 Finish Tiger Woods (2/9), Vijay Singh (4/6), Retief Goosen (7/5
Top American Tiger Woods (5/4), Phil Mickelson (8/1), Jim Furyk (16/1)
Top American without Tiger Woods Phil Mickelson (11/2), Jim Furyk (10/1), Kenny Perry (10/1)
Top Australasian Adam Scott (37/13), Mark Hensby (49/10), Robert Allenby (36/5)
Top European Sergio Garcia (5/1), Luke Donald (15/2), Padraig Harrington (15/2)
Top Rest of the World Vijay Singh (9/4), Retief Goosen (13/2), Adam Scott (12/1)
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If the length of the course doesn’t cause problems, then the rough will. It is meant to be very long and unforgiving and with the fairways cut deliberately tight we could see grown men being reduced to snivelling wrecks come the weekend. And finally the greens will be as slick as a sheet of ice and it’ll be like putting on the bonnet of a Volkswagon Beetle at times. It’s all familiar territory though and it won’t detract from the spectacle one little bit. The masochistic side in all us golf fans will be wallowing in their misfortune. Stan James have a veritable feast of bets as usual to whet your appetite for the four days ahead. This should be good…..

So given the course and it’s set up, who’ll be there come Sunday. The Big Five have been reduced to the Big Four now that Ernie Els is out injured, and there is strong evidence to assume that at least two of them will figure. Tiger Woods (9/4) and Vijay Singh (7/1) both have the profiles and the game to tame Baltusrol, and they are a cut above the rest at the present moment. VJ Singh is also the defending champion. Previous Major winners have an awful record in this event, but these two are very much exceptions this year. It’s hard to dismiss Tiger’s challenge this year, especially after St Andrews. He looked in complete control there, but this course won’t be so accommodating to his odd, occasional wayward drive. But as we all know, there’s no better man to trust your money with in the Major’s. He just loves winning them. Stan James have an outright market without Woods and Singh, such is their dominance. Phil Mickelson’s game has gone a little quiet of late, but apparently he himself feels that his game is in top shape. Could it be that he’s deliberately keeping a low profile in the run up? At 16/1 it’s your call. The final player of the Fab Four is Retief Goosen, and his credentials improved when he won The International on the weekend. You can’t ignore The Winning Habit and The Goose will not be afraid of the challenge. The word of caution is that Retief Goosen has been dire when challenging for the big events this year and he’s thrown away a few strong positions. But 14/1 is a fair price.

Outside of the top guns we have the likes of Sergio Garcia ( 25’s), Jim Furyk (28’s), Kenny Perry (28’s), Adam Scott (33’s) and Toms(40’s). Then we have the top Europeans, Darren Clarke, Luke Donald and Padraig Harrington at 50/1 But beware…..the Europeans record in the US PGA is dire and the records show that if it’s not one of the big guns who wins it, then it will be a journeyman. Rich Beem (400’s), Shaun Micheel (500’s) and a young John Daly (100’s) all surprised the golfing establishment by winning this event, but it’s hard to see the first two repeating their finest moments, although Big John Daly has the game to tame Baltusrol.

One player who is making significant waves at the moment is Mark Hensby and his record in the big events is surprisingly solid. He won a fortnight ago as well. At 50/1 he’s an interesting bet. Monty’s chest is rapidly expanding back to the old days, when he dominated European golf. The tight course will suit his game and if his injury holds up then you can bet that Colin Montgomerie's pride will ensure that he plays well this week. At 125/1 though you need a lot of faith. Check out Monty for a Top Ten finish though. At 12/1 this could well be a bet.

The American challenge will be powerful, as naturally they don’t like to see it leave overseas. There will be a rowdy New Jersey crowd on hand as well to stroke up the home talent. Local Chris Di marco could go well at 66’s, and players like Billy Mayfair (80’s), Fred Funk (125’s) and Tim Herron (125’s) will relish the galleries as well. One player with a great record in the 87th USPGA Championship is Justin Leonard. With 3 top tens in the last 5 years, and one of the few players to stay under par collectively during that time, he has to have a chance. At 80/1 he’s got to be a good each way bet. And don’t forget at Stan James we pay on the first five home.

It will be a cracking four days of top class golf and the one certain winner will be Baltusrol itself. It’s a great American beast of a course and I can’t wait to see it at it’s brutal best. The weather promises temperatures in the nineties and the possibilities of the odd thunderstorm. This will be a rocky ride for a lot of players and the Sky Sports commentary team will be offering a sympathetic word for the crest fallen. Sitting in our armchairs we’ll just have a smirk….

 

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