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Wyndham Championship, Cazoo Open and Women’s Open picks

There is plenty of golfing action to get stuck into this week with the Wyndham Championship, Cazoo Open and the Women’s Open all taking place.

The Wyndham Championship represents the last opportunity for PGA Tour players to book their places in the FedEx Cup play-offs, which begin next week.

The top 125 in the list will get through but that’s of no concern to Will Zalatoris, who is the highest-ranked player in the tournament and is available at 18/1.

Kevin Kisner, who can be backed at 33/1, defends his crown, while 2011 champion Webb Simpson, who has finished in the top 10 in eight of his 13 outings in this tournament, is 22/1.

Wyndham Championship golf betting tips

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kim finding form

If Woo Kim was 14th at the Rocket Mortgage Classic last week when his closing round of 70 saw him slip out of the frame, but it would not be a big surprise if he put up a bold bid this week.

The Korean was 15th at The Open in his previous effort when a closing 73 did for his attempt to win his first major, but it could all come together at Sedgefield Country Club, where he triumphed in 2016 and also lost in a six-man play -off when Kisner claimed the prize last year.

Tip: Si Woo Kim to win outright @ 28/1 with bet365

Korean making progress

Joohyung Kim has climbed from 131st to 34th in the world rankings this year and this could prove to be another big week.

He has been tearing it up on the Asian Tour and transferred that promise to bigger tournaments with third in the competitive Scottish Open, while he was seventh at last week’s Rocket Mortgage Classic, when he closed with an impressive 63, so he could provide a solid challenge.

Tip: Joohyung Kim to win outright @ 33/1 with bet365

DP World Tour – Cazoo Open golf betting tips

Odds correct at time of publishing and subject to change

Dantrop can step up

The DP World Tour heads to Celtic Manor this week, the scene of Europe’s famous Ryder Cup victory in 2010.

Spain’s Nacho Elvira is 80/1 as he defends the crown he won at the Welsh venue last year and Jordan Smith, who has posted five top-10 finishes this season, is 16/1.

Some DP World Tour tournaments lack depth and that provides players with a chance to make a smooth transition from the Challenge Tour.

Sweden’s Jens Dantrop is one such golfer to illustrate this and he has had a successful 2022, finishing in the top 10 in five of his last six Challenge events.

His subsequent eighth at the Cazoo Classic and fifth at last week’s Hero Open mean we can expect another strong show.

Tip: Jens Dantrop to win outright @ 35/1 with bet365

Law can rule

Scotland’s David Law has shown with his fourth spot at the Irish Open and third at the Hero Open, that a first DP World Tour victory may not be far away.

His 18th in this tournament last year should provide some optimism and this could be his week.

Tip: David Law to win outright @ 35/1 with bet365

Women’s Open golf betting tips

Odds correct at time of publishing and subject to change

Lee could lead charge

The Women’s Open will be played at Muirfield for the first time this week and Sweden’s Anna Nordqvist is 45/1 to successfully defend the title she claimed at Carnoustie 12 months ago.

It looks set to be a hotly contested week, with Lydia Ko 11/1 to win her third major and Nelly Korda, who won last year’s Women’s PGA Championship, available at a similar price.

The quality of Australian Minjee Lee’s tee-to-green play suggests she can be a force at Muirfield, just as she was in June’s Women’s US Open, when the world number two posted a four-shot victory.

She was second at the Women’s PGA Championship and her Open record has to be respected, as she has claimed four top-10 finishes in eight appearances.

Tip: Minjee Lee to win outright @ 16/1 with bet365

Don’t rule out strong Ko bid

World No 1 Jin Young Ko can also be expected to have a big week.

She was eighth last time at the Evian Championship, when she finished four shots behind winner Brooke Henderson, and while her experience at the Open is limited to three appearances, she was third at Woburn in 2019 and second at Turnberry four years earlier.

Tip: Jin Young Ko to win outright @ 20/1 with bet365


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