GOLFBETS101 & WAGGLE DUFF

WAGGLE DUFF is delighted to announce that in 2021, PGA TOUR Tipster Mark Diana (@golfbets101 on twitter) will be working with us, to provide WAGGLE DUFF players betting previews, hints and tips ahead of PGA TOUR WAGGLE DUFF events.

Mark is a Financial Student in Philadelphia, USA. He performs well in both NFL and MLB betting markets and in 2019/ 2020 worked on a statistical approach to the outright golf markets; “Being a finance student, I’m very intrigued by the idea of a market and capitalizing on its inefficiencies. So to me, betting is not about being “right or wrong” it’s about identifying something that is priced incorrectly and capitalizing on it. Golf is filled with these inefficiencies, particularly in the Top Finishing market”

Mark’s approach is very analytical, he works hard to identify factors that are important for specific PGA TOUR events and weighs them accordingly. Ranking players by their stats and performance within such factors, to build a picture of possible success.

Like WAGGLE DUFF he started his Twitter page in late 2020 and has quickly gained followers. I am really pleased to offer Mark’s services to the WAGGLE DUFF community and look forward to working with him this next year!

Happy New Year Everyone!

Matt

WAGGLE DUFF

10 PLAYERS TO LOOK OUT FOR ON THE EUROPEAN TOUR IN 2021

As we head into 2021, Waggle Duff previews The Top 10 players to look out for on The European Tour in 2021. The old, the new and a few flying quietly under the radar.

1 VIKTOR HOVLAND

When I see a date of birth with the year 1997, I get the shivers. I then tremble in my boots as I read what Viktor has achieved in a relatively short space of time.

2019 was when the Norwegian got going on the circuit, finishing as the best place amateur in both US Open and MASTERS events. He went on to get his first win at the Puerto Rico Open in February, and then again at The Mayakoba Golf Classic (thereby lifting the Puerto Rico Open curse; nobody has won the PR Open and gone on to win again!)

What has impressed me most with Hovland is the manor of the wins. Walking into the last round of the Mayakoba Classic, Viktor had to start fast, he opened with a par and then birdied 4 of the next 5. After dropping a shot at 12, he bounced back with back-to-back birdies. Sinking cutch puts, including a 12-footer to win by a shot on the last.

That takes guts and grit, and to have that at 23 years old I expect to see more T10’s and wins in 2021 as he improves.

Finally, Viktor has been consistent towards the back end of 2020, his last 3 events he has finished T15, 1st and 3rd at the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai. He is a reliable, dependable pick which will only mean a whole host of Waggle Duff points with him in your team.

2. MARTIN KAYMER

Right. Hear me out on this one. Martin is going to come back next year and get a WIN on The European Tour. Now yes, he has missed cuts when he’s been in The USA, but in Europe he’s more often that not been inside the T20 and often T10. Almost sneaking his way into the top page of the leaderboard, without any of us realising.

Recent European Tour Finishes

  • T14 – DP World Tour Championship
  • T37 – Golf in Dubai Championship
  • T5 – Italian Open
  • T10 – BMW PGA Championship
  • 2nd Andalucía Masters
  • T3 UK Championship’

Lets us also not forget that The German is a Major winner and 11 time European Tour Winner. He’s still only 35, despite it feeling like he’s been around forever. Also the stats around his golf game look strong. He’s above average of the tee (304yds), he’s better than average on puts per round (28.86) and he hits more greens than most (71%). For me, if he sinks the putts in 2021, we will all be delighted to see him with a trophy in his hands again.

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3. TYRELL HATTON

I am sure Tyrell is targeting WGC and Majors in 2021, despite a poor showing at the 3 majors in 2020. The Englishman has 3 wins since November 2019 in both The USA and European Tour. Impressively Tyrell won The BMW PGA Championship by 4 strokes, on a week he was a popular Waggle Duff pick. I thought winning on this type of course would be a gatekeeper to Augusta due to some similarities in course design and style, but unfortunately, he missed the cut in the Autumn.

Tyrell certainly plays on the whole better in Europe, but his stock continues to rise on The PGA Tour. He’s a fiery character that you wouldn’t want to play against. I was lucky enough to play match play against him as a UK County Player, and he was the same then. A massive desire to win that boils over at times, but you feel that the more you watch Tyrell, the more tolerant he has become.

I think Golf fans are warming to him and can see that his occasional anger can be misconstrued as passion. If he can make the cuts and get in the mix, I see him having a big part to play in 2021 Majors.

He certainly isn’t scared to win if he does get in the mixer. He’s battled the best at the WGC in Mexico and at the 2020 Arnold Palmer Invitational. Tyrell won beating the likes of; Bryson DeChambeau, Rory Mcilroy and Collin Morikawa.

I for one pray for a September show down… HATTON vs REED at The Ryder Cup! Let’s just hope Eddie Hearn doesn’t take hold of it and make PPV.

4. RASMUS HOJGAARD

Rasmus Hojgaard is so young he wasn’t alive for the millennium; he was born after the first Spice Girls album was released, and he was only 6 months old on 9/11, let that sink in.

A short while later, in August 2020 Hojgaard won for the 2nd time on the European Tour at The Belfry. Shooting a final round of 65 (-7) to get into the play off and then win. He finished that round 4 under for the last 6 (including a par on the par 5 15th), now that is some balzy scoring under pressure.

We see youngsters burst onto the scene, get the hype and then disappear. I’m thinking Manassero for example, but with Hojgaard you feel that he will only get better. I would like to see him improve on his course management, he is very aggressive, and goes for every pin, though if you were the 4th best off the tee on tour for 2020 you would take the aggressive lines!

Rasmus hasn’t played great the back end of 2020 since that win in August, missing a couple of cuts and only finishing inside the T40 once. However over the course of the season you would imagine he will build on his 6 top 10s and 2 wins. A good each way bet and a solid Waggle Duff pick, although with the hype, I don’t think he will tee off greater than 50/1!

5. AARON RAI

I’ve watched Aaron Rai a fair amount this year, and every time I think one thing. Robo-Golf. He is a methodical golfer, dedicated to the pre shot routine and the management of emotions. Obviously when you watch a duck gliding across a lake you don’t see the frantic feet swimming below and maybe that is the same with Aaron. However externally he always looks calm and very in control of himself and his game, despite only being 25 years old.

This was most apparent when Aaron won in Scotland on The European Tour (first ever Waggle Duff competition). Now he had some good fortune, I have not seen a poorer putting display at this level than Tommy Fleetwood’s on that final day, but Rai still got it done and closed out the tournament with a par on the first playoff hole.

The thing that stands out with Aaron is when he is on a good run, you get 4 solid weeks out of him, that’s when you have to back and pick him. In July 2017 on the Challenge Tour he had a run of; T8 in Prague, T4 Italy and then won the Le Vaudreuil Challenge the following week, 2 weeks later he finished 10th in Denmark.

On the European Tour, in 2018 he won the Hong Kong Open. In 2020 he finished the ISPS HANDA UK Championship in T15, came 2nd in The Irish Open, Won the Scottish Open and was 3rd in the Scottish Championships 2 weeks later. You can see a picture of improvement year on year as he develops on the European Tour.

Aaron is still a young man on tour, he has an older head on those young shoulders. He’s not anymore than man with 2 gloves, he finished 8th in the Race to Dubai and he’s a contender when he steps on the tee.

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6. SAMI VALIMAKI

Sami was flying under the radar a little, but by picking up the European Tour Rookie of the Year Award, his odds for 2021 competitions just shortened and commentators will now mention that every time he pops up on the fairway.

Especially when he runs good during a WGC or Major, expect the commentator to say “VALIMAKI, the ET rookie of the year for 2020.” Maybe take a shot of your favourite liquor every time you hear Paul McGinley’s mention it.

Sami self-confessed he didn’t expect his rise to happen so quickly, in only his sixth start he won the Oman Open 2020. He didn’t fade either, he had seven top 10 finishes which propelled him to 11th in the Race to Dubai.

I don’t believe he makes The Masters as it stands, due to being outside the T50 on the WGR. Sami admits that getting inside the T50 is his goal for 2021. However, there still is time for that to change early in the season, and Sami enters 2021 in good form, finishing 2020 strong in the DP World Tour Championships.

The only thing with Sami is he said he would rather win a Green Jacket over a Claret Jug, this is an issue on a personal level. Although, he did win on tour just 18 months after finishing military service in Finland, so fair play to him. I won’t hold his Green Jacket preferences against him.

7. ADRIAN OTAEGUI

Over the last 3 years Adrian has had opportunities to kick on and be a force on the European Tour. What he lacks is about 20/30 yards of the tee. Now I know that isn’t essential to play well, but it really does help as courses are longer than they have ever been.

Combine this with the Bryson factor and I think courses will lengthen again over the next few seasons, making that 300+ hit more important. Apart from length, Otaegui performs very well statistically, and as we have seen, he is a player that can shoot very low when he’s on song.

He’s one of them players that when he is on it, can get to 8, 9 and as we saw in Scotland 10 under par. That’s something that even some of the best players on tour can’t do. When I watch Otaegui in form, he looks a world beater. Fairways are rarely missed anyway, but his swing puts him in position on every hole. His putting stroke is also one I could watch all day, and I would suggest everyone watches his highlights from round 1 in Scotland last year.

Otaegui traditionally starts the season slow (2 T10’s in 3 years between January – March) but finds form and gets into a groove for 2/3 tournaments. He clearly prefers a scorable course and having that ability to blitz birdies means he will be a good pick on a Links in the summer, a Portugal Masters or even the English Championship at The Belfry this year. He has 3 wins in 4 years on the European Tour and again, he hit 2021 in good form despite traditionally being a slow starter.

I think Otaegui is one to track, he can take a win, experience and some hella low rounds from 2020. A solid 30-50/1 pick for 2021… post March!

8. LI HAOTONG

It feels like Li has been kicking about for 10 years, well he actually has. He played when he was 14 in the Volvo China Open. Which means now he is still only 25 years old, although he has a great deal of experiences which can arm him for a big 2021. He’s played in all the majors, WGC and even in the Olympics. In between such events, he holds 6 wins across the European Tour, OneAsia Tour and PGA Tour China.

The most notable win came in 2018 when he wont the Omega Dubai Desert Classic (a tournament Waggle Duff Fantasy Golf will cover in 2021) beating Rory McIlroy in a duel by one shot. Li also has some good finishes in Major Tournaments. He has played in 10, making the cut 8 times, which means he has a versatile game.

The best performance came in the 2017 Open at Royal St Georges, which still is a Chinese record at a Major championship, finishing in outright 3rd. Last year many will remember him taking a 2 shot lead into the PGA Championship, ok he fell away, but often this type of experience leaves a player hungry for more. What impressed me here, was that after round 1 he opened up round 2 with 2 birdies. In round 3 it was holes 5,6,7,8 that killed the challenge for the title. However, Li can take a lot away from his performance.

I believe if Li remains confident, he will win more, he clearly is comfortable mixing with the big guns. He isn’t in good form at the moment, and finished 2020 poorly on the European Tour, but I think after another solid season on the whole, it could be his time to kick on. He will be a good pick early on in the Waggle Duff Fantasy Golf season, you probably will struggle to get him at 50/1, especially when the tour gets into the far east, however a sneaky Major e/w pick would be wise. However, Li has some work to do to get into The Masters (167 in the world).

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9. ONDREJ LIESER

Lieser is the first player from the Czech Republic to gain a full playing card on the European Tour and I don’t think he is joining to enjoy that accolade alone, I believe he will go a lot further. Lieser joins a list of “notable” players who played on the Challenge Tour; Thomas Bjørn (1995), Justin Rose (1999), and Henrik Stenson (2000), are all former Challenge Tour players.

At the end of 2020 Lieser hit form, beating Richard Mansell to the Andalucía Challenge de Espana (Challenge Tour) and then winning the Challenge Tour Grand Final by 1 stroke. For me, this shows Lieser can close deals and has learnt to win when under pressure. These late wins propelled him to the Top of the Race to Mallorca, meaning he has a European Tour card for 2021. This is a high-pressure situation for golfers to compete in, knowing they are one round, one week or one month away from being promoted from Challenge to European Tour. The bread, dough and career is on the line.

For a big man, Lieser has a compact, repeatable swing, he looks a little like Matt Kuchar in the way he gets the club moving back round his body. I hope this means he will be able to hold it together early on in the season and get some Race to Dubai points early, despite probably being nervous.

He will also be full of confidence entering 2021. Similarly to Otaegui, I think he will be a player that grows into the season. Definitely worth tracking in 2021, particularly as Lieser will have some favourable odds, (100/1 +) at least to begin with.

10. JUSTIN HARDING

Ok, left-wing pick alert, but give me a chance. Justin is getting better each year on the tours. He is a veteran of the Sunshine Tour and Justin is slowly getting more starts at Majors and performing better on the European Tour. Up until 2018, he mainly played inside Africa but I think that will now change.

2020 was a good year for Justin, he finished 3rd in the British Masters and the Andalucía Masters. I want to see Justin put all the rounds together, and work on his consistency. At the BMW Championship at Wentwoth he opened with a 66 on the West Course, and looked solid. He was also a player I tipped for the tournament. It looked a good bet until he followed up Round 1 with an 81 on the 2nd day!

He also showed glimpses at Augusta, and I recall seeing him sneak onto the leaderboard pages early on.  Finally, in Saudi Arabia, Justin shot rounds of 68 and 67, but sandwiched them with 73 and 74. Consistency is what he needs to improve on.

However, despite this clear concern over his ability to put 4 rounds together on the European Tour, Justin has won and has been winning professional golf events for a long time. He has 10 professional wins across 10 years. You can see the incremental improvements over the years, and I think after winning in 2019 and having some good performances in 2020 he could well re-enter the winning circle in 2021.

Lets just hope he doesn’t pair with any slow players, Justin has been quite vocal about the pace of play on the European Tour!

This article has been written by Matt Tizzard, Organiser of Waggle Duff; a 100% free fantasy golf game played on twitter #opentoall #freeforall

The Top 10 players to look out for on The European Tour in 2021

An IMPORTANT update – WAGGLE DUFF

Hi all

Hope you’re keeping well, despite all the doom and gloom here in Tier 4!

Firstly, a big thank you to everyone that has supported Waggle Duff. From starting a twitter page in October 2020 with an idea to play a game with friends, we have had 50 unique players, 7 different winners and a whole lot of banter on Twitter!

Next year I really want to improve the game, therefore I have made 3 new rule changes. This was done by speaking to a few Waggle Duff regulars and introducing some new rules that I believe will enhance the game.

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RULES UPDATES

  1. Your first picked player, will now be your captain, this player will score double points
  2. You must now pick 2 players that are outside of 50/1 (as per SkyBet odds)
  3. If 4 of your 5 players make the cut, you will score a bonus 20 points

SCHEDULE UPDATE

The annual leaderboard will be replaced with seasons, there will be prizes for end of each season winner. Watch this space!

  • Season 1: Ending with The PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP (PGA Tour) |14th March 2021
  • Season 2: Ending with The US OPEN (MAJOR) | 20th June 2021
  • Season 3: Ending with THE BMW PGA CHAMPIONSHIP (European Tour ) | 12th September 2020
  • RYDER CUP SPECIAL WAGGLE DUFF EVENT | 24th – 26th September 2021
  • Season 4: Ending with The DP WORLD TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP (European Tour)

OTHER UPDATES

You may have noticed this month some changes to the Waggle Duff website, the domain is now www.waggleduff.com and there are some new menu options on the top bar, with the Fantasy menu on the right hand side (bottom of page if on tablet or mobile device).

I want to offer more value to WAGGLE DUFF players, therefore a new Waggle Duff Podcast will be launched in January with PGA professional FREDDIE MEIKLE (@holesalegolf). The podcast will cover the WAGGLE DUFF events but cover many other golfing topics! If there is anything technical you would like Freddie to cover in the podcast, please message us on Twitter here or email waggleduff@gmail.com. This could be clubs, balls, swings – anything!

Also, WAGGLE DUFF will be teaming up with PGA Tour Tipster Mark Diana (@GolfBets101), who will be bringing you previews and tips ahead of PGA Tour WAGGLE DUFF events. Mark is a finance student and offers a data driven approach to the Golfing markets. I am sure he will dip in and out of the WAGGLE POD also!

I personally am really excited about these 2 announcements and more information about this to come.

I will finally be looking actively for sponsors or brands in the GOLF WORLD who may wish to use WAGGLE DUFF to market their products, through prizes within the game. By Sponsor, I mean donate a prize for a Waggle Duff event or Waggle Duff Major, if this would be of interest please email waggleduff@gmail.com

Any questions Tweet me or email me.

Happy Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Matt

WAGGLE DUFF

FINAL STANDINGS – WAGGLE DUFF 2020

2020 LEADERBOARD & WINNERS

#PlayerTotal
1bagshaw2112769
23puttonly661
3FreddieMeikle642
4emmajaneub1641
5Steve_Donnelly_500
6derekdavidson34463
7AndrewYJohnston461
8marteneriksson442
9Sammie_D96440
10m30kle421
11JoePublicGolf381
12amitmoh368
13CliveWinard365
14fostercarl1989362
15cooney1987358
16Prince Aled358
17PaulMil25236842355
18Jimmyfi67753488346
19garyspener74324
20PaulJacksonGolf321
21marrs_jordan306
2247_irish298
23Girlygolfer2013288
24NickSmith_m283
25golf_nutts263
26leoduckett257
27GolfFather255
28migabarrerag235
29macbee77223
30GolfCrowds1955213
31Matt_Rusty204
32brandanpoole182
33HarryNoton166
34Copshawlad164
35CharliesCalhoun7139
36JohnRitchie84132
37HappyJock122
38MichealCro9299
39toddmacleod95
40DavidHoward250795
41DazGrey1armgolf90
42ADAMP_7085
43RedNumberPod84
44GolfStatsAlive67
45GolfBets10162
46MaxBudgen56
47Rstep4444
48tomwba198238
49Pritchie01336
50Patrick Sigala22

2021 WAGGLE DUFF SCHEDULE

Please see below, the events that will be played on WAGGLE DUFF during the 1st half of 2021. With COVID 19 there could be changes to the schedule, any changes will be communicated on Twitter and the Website.

This also means I will complete the 2021 schedule in the March/ April time. Rather than plan today and have to possibly change it all in a couple of months time.

The European Tour have announced their JULY UK SWING will go ahead, hopefully it will be possible for spectators to go, and it would be cool to see some you guys there! I will also be looking to attend the BRITISH MASTERS in May.

Finally, there will be an announcement next week to some key changes to WAGGLE DUFF. This is something I can’t wait to share, and I hope will make the game better and give more back to the players!

2021 WAGGLE DUFF SCHEDULE (JAN – JUN)

DateEventTour
14th – 17th JanSony Open in HawaiiPGA TOUR
21st – 24th Jan Abu Dhabi HSBC ChampionshipEuropean Tour
28th – 31st JanOmega Dubai Desert ClassicEuropean Tour
4th – 7th FebWaste Management Phoenix OpenPGA TOUR
18th – 21st FebThe Genesis InvitationalPGA TOUR
25th – 28th FebWGC – Mexico ChampionshipWGC
4th – 7th MarArnold Palmer InvitationalPGA TOUR
11th – 14th MarTHE PLAYERS ChampionshipPGA TOUR
18th – 21st MarMagical Kenya OpenEuropean Tour
24th – 28th Mar WGC – Dell Technologies Match PlayWGC
8th – 11th AprTHE MASTERSMAJOR
15th – 18th AprRBC Heritage PGA TOUR
22nd – 25th AprGran Canaria OpenEuropean Tour
12th – 15th MayBetfred British Masters European Tour
3rd – 6th JunMemorial TournementPGA TOUR
10th – 13th JunRBC Canadian OpenPGA TOUR
17th – 20th JunUS Open ChampionshipMAJOR

DAY 4 – DP World Tour Championship

FINAL WAGGLE DUFF LEADERBOARD OF 2020

#NamePoints
1garyspencer158
2FreddieMeikle149
3Amitmoh143
4CharlesCalhoun7139
5DerekDavidson137
6jimmyfi67753488125
7HappyJock122
8Brandanpoole119
9AndrewYJohnson118
10JoePublicGolf110
113puttonly110
12Bagshaw2112108
13CliveWinward103
14emmajaneub198
15DavidHoward250795
16Steve_Donnelly_93
17macbee7790
18marrs_jordan79
19M30kle69
20Sammie_D9665
21ADAM_7041
22GolfFather32
23LeoDucket28

PLAYER POINTS

Player Round 1Round 2Round 3 Round 4Total
Victor Perez1021022
Matt Fitzpatrick57103052
Erik Van Rooyen52613
Robert MacIntyre525517
Tommy Fleetwood57719
Tyrell Hatton575926
Martin Kaymer57618
Sami Valimaki5751431
Patrick Reed517101850
Henrik Stenson52411
Lee Westwood5752037
Jazz Janewattananond527
Gavin Green527
Sean Crocker52613
Jamie Donaldson52411
Garrick Higgo52613
Callum Shinkwin52411
Laurie Canter7101431
Brandan Grace7916
Danny Willett75416
Adri Arnaus75719
Viktor Hovland251825
Shaun Norris257
Thomas Pieters246
Andy Sullivan25714
Adrian Ortegui268
Dean Burmester21113
Matt Wallace257
Joakim Largergrens22
Michael Lorenzo Vera22
Christian Bezuidenhout268
Renato Peratore22
Ian Poulter224
Marc Warren246
Eddie Pepperell22
Scott Jamieson224
Bernd Wiesberger246
Aaron Rai22
Robert Rock2911
Sungjae Im268
Thomas Detry22
Tom Lewis257
22
Sam Horsfield22
Colin Morikawa279
Wilco Nienaber21012
Antoine Rozner246
0
Armitgae22
Rasmus Hojgaard22

TEAM BREAKDOWN

POINTSTotalRound 1Round 2Round 3 Round 4
GolfFather32010022
Dean Burmester1302011
Matt Wallace70205
Joakim Largergrens20200
Michael Lorenzo Vera20200
Christian Bezuidenhout80206
AndrewYJohnson11825251553
Victor Perez22102010
Tyrell Hatton265759
S Valimaki3157514
Renato Peratore20200
Lee Westwood3757520
marrs_jordan792020534
Tommy Fleetwood195707
Ian Poulter40202
Tyrell Hatton265759
Victor Perez22102010
Christian Bezidenhout80206
ADAM_70411010021
Marc Warren60204
Matt Wallace70205
Victor Perez22102010
Eddie Pepperell20200
Scott Jamieson40202
Steve_Donnelly_9310351533
Patrick Reed505171018
Tommy Fleetwood195707
Bernd Wiesberger60204
Danny Willett160754
Aaron Rai20200
DerekDavidson13720352557
Patrick Reed505171018
Robert MacIntyre175255
Viktor Hovland2502518
Tommy Fleetwood195707
Tyrell Hatton265759
garyspencer15820402573
Robert Rock110209
Matt Fitzpatrick52571030
Tyrell Hatton265759
Tommy Fleetwood195707
Patrick Reed505171018
CliveWinward10315302038
Tyrell Hatton265759
Patrick Reed505171018
Sungjae Im80206
Robert MacIntyre175255
Thomas Detry20200
Sammie_D966510151030
Tyrell Hatton265759
Tom Lewis70205
Morikawa90207
Robert MacIntyre175255
Thomas Pieters60204
JoePublicGolf11020351540
Tommy Fleetwood195707
Patrick Reed505171018
Tyrell Hatton265759
Henrik Stenson115204
Ian Poulter40202
3puttonly11010302050
Patrick Reed505171018
Matt Wallace70205
Sam Horsfield20200
Andy Sullivan140257
Lee Westwood3757520
emmajaneub19810301543
Tommy Fleewtood195707
Patrick Reed505171018
Morikawa90207
Andy Sullivan140257
Thomas Pieters60204
Bagshaw211210810352043
Patrick Reed505171018
Tommy Fleetwood195707
Colin Morikawa90207
Andy Sullivan140257
Danny Willett160754
Brandanpoole11915302054
Matt Fitzpatrick52571030
Tommy Fleetwood195707
Danny Willett160754
Tyrell Hatton265759
Thomas Pieters60204
FreddieMeikle14920402564
Eddie Pepperell20200
Tommy Fleetwood195707
Matt Fitzpatrick52571030
Tyrell Hatton265759
Patrick Reed505171018
Amitmoh14325402058
Tommy Fleetwood195707
Patrick Reed505171018
Lee Westwood3757520
Tyrell Hatton265759
Henrik Stenson115204
M30kle6910151034
Tyrell Hatton265759
Robert MacIntyre175255
Christian Bezhuidenhout80206
Wilco Nienaber1202010
Antoine Rozner60204
LeoDucket28010513
Sungjae Im80206
Aaron Rai20200
Sam Horsfield20200
Rasmus Hojgaard20200
Andy Sullivan140257
DavidHoward25079515301535
Bernd Weisberger60204
Patrick Reed505171018
Jamie Donaldson115204
Tyrell Hatton265759
Armitage20200
jimmyfi6775348812520352050
Robert MacIntyre175255
Dean Burmster1302011
Patrick Reed505171018
Tommy Fleetwood195707
Tyrell Hatton265759
macbee77902030535
Tyrell Hatton265759
Tommy Fleetwood195707
Henrik Stenson115204
Bredan Grace160709
Martin Kaymer185706
CharlesCalhoun713915352069
Lee Westwood3757520
Tommy Fleetwood195707
Patrick Reed505171018
Sungjae Im80206
Viktor Hovland2502518
HappyJock12220302052
Tommy Fleetwood195707
Patrick Reed505171018
Jamie Donaldson115204
Robert MacIntyre175255
Viktor Hovland2502518

DAY 3 – DP WORLD TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP

WAGGLE DUFF LEADERBOARD

#NamePoints
1garyspencer85
2FreddieMeikle85
3Amitmoh85
4DerekDavidson80
5jimmyfi6775348875
6JoePublicGolf70
7CharlesCalhoun770
8HappyJock68
9AndrewYJohnson65
10CliveWinward65
11Bagshaw211265
12Brandanpoole65
13Steve_Donnelly_60
143puttonly60
15DavidHoward250758
16emmajaneub155
17macbee7755
18marrs_jordan45
19Sammie_D9635
20M30kle35
21ADAM_7020
22LeoDucket15
23GolfFather10

PLAYER POINTS

Player Round 1Round 2Round 3 Round 4Total
Victor Perez10212
Matt Fitzpatrick571022
Erik Van Rooyen527
Robert MacIntyre52512
Tommy Fleetwood5712
Tyrell Hatton57517
Martin Kaymer5712
Sami Valimaki57517
Patrick Reed5171032
Henrik Stenson527
Lee Westwood57517
Jazz Janewattananond55
Gavin Green55
Sean Crocker55
Jamie Donaldson55
Garrick Higgo55
Callum Shinkwin527
Laurie Canter71017
Brandan Grace77
Danny Willett7512
Adri Arnaus7512
Viktor Hovland257
Shaun Norris22
Thomas Pieters22
Andy Sullivan257
Adrian Ortegui22
Dean Burmester22
Matt Wallace22
Joakim Largergrens22
Michael Lorenzo Vera22
Christian Bezuidenhout22
Renato Peratore22
Ian Poulter22
Marc Warren22
Eddie Pepperell22
Scott Jamieson22
Bernd Wiesberger22
Aaron Rai22
Robert Rock22
Sungjae Im22
Thomas Detry22
Tom Lewis22
Morikawa22
Sam Horsfield22
Colin Morikawa22
Wilco Nienaber22
Antoine Rozner22
Thomas Pieters22
Armitgae22
Rasmus Hojgaard22

TEAM BREAKDOWN

POINTSTotalRound 1Round 2Round 3 Round 4
GolfFather1001000
Dean Burmester20200
Matt Wallace20200
Joakim Largergrens20200
Michael Lorenzo Vera20200
Christian Bezuidenhout20200
AndrewYJohnson652525150
Victor Perez1210200
Tyrell Hatton175750
S Valimaki175750
Renato Peratore20200
Lee Westwood175750
marrs_jordan45202050
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Ian Poulter20200
Tyrell Hatton175750
Victor Perez1210200
Christian Bezidenhout20200
ADAM_7020101000
Marc Warren20200
Matt Wallace20200
Victor Perez1210200
Eddie Pepperell20200
Scott Jamieson20200
Steve_Donnelly_601035150
Patrick Reed32517100
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Bernd Wiesberger20200
Danny Willett120750
Aaron Rai20200
DerekDavidson802035250
Patrick Reed32517100
Robert MacIntyre125250
Viktor Hovland70250
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Tyrell Hatton175750
garyspencer852040250
Robert Rock20200
Matt Fitzpatrick2257100
Tyrell Hatton175750
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Patrick Reed32517100
CliveWinward651530200
Tyrell Hatton175750
Patrick Reed32517100
Sungjae Im20200
Robert MacIntyre125250
Thomas Detry20200
Sammie_D96351015100
Tyrell Hatton175750
Tom Lewis20200
Morikawa20200
Robert MacIntyre125250
Thomas Pieters20200
JoePublicGolf702035150
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Patrick Reed32517100
Tyrell Hatton175750
Henrik Stenson75200
Ian Poulter20200
3puttonly601030200
Patrick Reed32517100
Matt Wallace20200
Sam Horsfield20200
Andy Sullivan70250
Lee Westwood175750
emmajaneub1551030150
Tommy Fleewtood125700
Patrick Reed32517100
Morikawa20200
Andy Sullivan70250
Thomas Pieters20200
Bagshaw2112651035200
Patrick Reed32517100
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Colin Morikawa20200
Andy Sullivan70250
Danny Willett120750
Brandanpoole651530200
Matt Fitzpatrick2257100
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Danny Willett120750
Tyrell Hatton175750
Thomas Pieters20200
FreddieMeikle852040250
Eddie Pepperell20200
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Matt Fitzpatrick2257100
Tyrell Hatton175750
Patrick Reed32517100
Amitmoh852540200
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Patrick Reed32517100
Lee Westwood175750
Tyrell Hatton175750
Henrik Stenson75200
M30kle351015100
Tyrell Hatton175750
Robert MacIntyre125250
Christian Bezhuidenhout20200
Wilco Nienaber20200
Antoine Rozner20200
LeoDucket1501050
Sungjae Im20200
Aaron Rai20200
Sam Horsfield20200
Rasmus Hojgaard20200
Andy Sullivan70250
DavidHoward2507581528150
Bernd Weisberger20200
Patrick Reed32517100
Jamie Donaldson55000
Tyrell Hatton175750
Armitage20200
jimmyfi67753488752035200
Robert MacIntyre125250
Dean Burmster20200
Patrick Reed32517100
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Tyrell Hatton175750
macbee7755203050
Tyrell Hatton175750
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Henrik Stenson75200
Bredan Grace70700
Martin Kaymer125700
CharlesCalhoun7701535200
Lee Westwood175750
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Patrick Reed32517100
Sungjae Im20200
Viktor Hovland70250
HappyJock682028200
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Patrick Reed32517100
Jamie Donaldson55000
Robert MacIntyre125250
Viktor Hovland70250

DAY 2 – DP WORLD TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP

WAGGLE DUFF LEADEBOARD

1Amitmoh65
2garyspencer60
3FreddieMeikle60
4DerekDavidson55
5JoePublicGolf55
6jimmyfi6775348855
7AndrewYJohnson50
8macbee7750
9CharlesCalhoun750
10HappyJock48
11Steve_Donnelly_45
12CliveWinward45
13Bagshaw211245
14Brandanpoole45
15DavidHoward250743
16marrs_jordan40
173puttonly40
18emmajaneub140
19Sammie_D9625
20M30kle25
21ADAM_7020
22GolfFather10
23LeoDucket10

PLAYER POINTS

(ALL PLAYERS SCORE 2 POINTS FOR CUT)

Player Round 1Round 2Round 3 Round 4Total
Victor Perez10212
Matt Fitzpatrick5712
Erik Van Rooyen527
Robert MacIntyre527
Tommy Fleetwood5712
Tyrell Hatton5712
Martin Kaymer5712
Sami Valimaki5712
Patrick Reed51722
Henrik Stenson527
Lee Westwood5712
Jazz Janewattananond55
Gavin Green55
Sean Crocker55
Jamie Donaldson55
Garrick Higgo55
Callum Shinkwin527
Laurie Canter77
Brandan Grace77
Danny Willett77
Adri Arnaus77
Viktor Hovland22
Shaun Norris22
Thomas Pieters22
Andy Sullivan22
Adrian Ortegui22
Dean Burmester22
Matt Wallace22
Joakim Largergrens22
Michael Lorenzo Vera22
Christian Bezuidenhout22
Renato Peratore22
Ian Poulter22
Marc Warren22
Eddie Pepperell22
Scott Jamieson22
Bernd Wiesberger22
Aaron Rai22
Robert Rock22
Sungjae Im22
Thomas Detry22
Tom Lewis22
Morikawa22
Sam Horsfield22
Colin Morikawa22
Wilco Nienaber22
Antoine Rozner22
Thomas Pieters22
Armitgae22
Rasmus Hojgaard22

TEAM BREAKDOWN

GolfFather1001000
Dean Burmester20200
Matt Wallace20200
Joakim Largergrens20200
Michael Lorenzo Vera20200
Christian Bezuidenhout20200
AndrewYJohnson50252500
Victor Perez1210200
Tyrell Hatton125700
S Valimaki125700
Renato Peratore20200
Lee Westwood125700
marrs_jordan40202000
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Ian Poulter20200
Tyrell Hatton125700
Victor Perez1210200
Christian Bezidenhout20200
ADAM_7020101000
Marc Warren20200
Matt Wallace20200
Victor Perez1210200
Eddie Pepperell20200
Scott Jamieson20200
Steve_Donnelly_45103500
Patrick Reed2251700
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Bernd Wiesberger20200
Danny Willett70700
Aaron Rai20200
DerekDavidson55203500
Patrick Reed2251700
Robert MacIntyre75200
Viktor Hovland20200
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Tyrell Hatton125700
garyspencer60204000
Robert Rock20200
Matt Fitzpatrick125700
Tyrell Hatton125700
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Patrick Reed2251700
CliveWinward45153000
Tyrell Hatton125700
Patrick Reed2251700
Sungjae Im20200
Robert MacIntyre75200
Thomas Detry20200
Sammie_D9625101500
Tyrell Hatton125700
Tom Lewis20200
Morikawa20200
Robert MacIntyre75200
Thomas Pieters20200
JoePublicGolf55203500
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Patrick Reed2251700
Tyrell Hatton125700
Henrik Stenson75200
Ian Poulter20200
3puttonly40103000
Patrick Reed2251700
Matt Wallace20200
Sam Horsfield20200
Andy Sullivan20200
Lee Westwood125700
emmajaneub140103000
Tommy Fleewtood125700
Patrick Reed2251700
Morikawa20200
Andy Sullivan20200
Thomas Pieters20200
Bagshaw211245103500
Patrick Reed2251700
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Colin Morikawa20200
Andy Sullivan20200
Danny Willett70700
Brandanpoole45153000
Matt Fitzpatrick125700
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Danny Willett70700
Tyrell Hatton125700
Thomas Pieters20200
FreddieMeikle60204000
Eddie Pepperell20200
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Matt Fitzpatrick125700
Tyrell Hatton125700
Patrick Reed2251700
Amitmoh65254000
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Patrick Reed2251700
Lee Westwood125700
Tyrell Hatton125700
Henrik Stenson75200
M30kle25101500
Tyrell Hatton125700
Robert MacIntyre75200
Christian Bezhuidenhout20200
Wilco Nienaber20200
Antoine Rozner20200
LeoDucket1001000
Sungjae Im20200
Aaron Rai20200
Sam Horsfield20200
Rasmus Hojgaard20200
Andy Sullivan20200
DavidHoward250743152800
Bernd Weisberger20200
Patrick Reed2251700
Jamie Donaldson55000
Tyrell Hatton125700
Armitage20200
jimmyfi6775348855203500
Robert MacIntyre75200
Dean Burmster20200
Patrick Reed2251700
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Tyrell Hatton125700
macbee7750203000
Tyrell Hatton125700
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Henrik Stenson75200
Bredan Grace70700
Martin Kaymer125700
CharlesCalhoun750153500
Lee Westwood125700
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Patrick Reed2251700
Sungjae Im20200
Viktor Hovland20200
HappyJock48202800
Tommy Fleetwood125700
Patrick Reed2251700
Jamie Donaldson55000
Robert MacIntyre75200
Viktor Hovland20200

DAY 1 – DP WORLD TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP

WAGGLE DUFF LEADERBOARD

1AndrewYJohnson25
2Amitmoh25
3marrs_jordan20
4DerekDavidson20
5garyspencer20
6JoePublicGolf20
7FreddieMeikle20
8jimmyfi6775348820
9macbee7720
10HappyJock20
11CliveWinward15
12Brandanpoole15
13DavidHoward250715
14CharlesCalhoun715
15ADAM_7010
16Steve_Donnelly_10
17Sammie_D9610
183puttonly10
19Bagshaw211210
20M30kle10
21emmajaneub15
22GolfFather0
23LeoDucket0

PLAYER POINTS

Player Round 1Round 2Round 3 Round 4Total
Victor Perez1010
Matt Fitzpatrick55
Erik Van Rooyen55
Robert MacIntyre55
Tommy Fleetwood55
Tyrell Hatton55
Martin Kaymer55
Sami Valimaki55
Patrick Reed55
Henrik Stenson55
Lee Westwood55
Jazz Janewattananond55
Gavin Green55
Sean Crocker55
Jamie Donaldson55
Garrick Higgo55
Callum Shinkwin55

TEAM BREAKDOWN

POINTSTotalRound 1Round 2Round 3 Round 4
GolfFather00000
Dean Burmester0
Matt Wallace0
Joakim Largergrens0
Michael Lorenzo Vera0
Christian Bezuidenhout0
AndrewYJohnson2525000
Victor Perez1010000
Tyrell Hatton55000
S Valimaki55000
Renato Peratore0
Lee Westwood55000
marrs_jordan2020000
Tommy Fleetwood55000
Ian Poulter0
Tyrell Hatton55000
Victor Perez1010000
Christian Bezidenhout0
ADAM_701010000
Marc Warren0
Matt Wallace0
Victor Perez1010000
Eddie Pepperell0
Scott Jamieson0
Steve_Donnelly_1010000
Patrick Reed55000
Tommy Fleetwood55000
Bernd Wiesberger0
Danny Willett0
Aaron Rai0
DerekDavidson2020000
Patrick Reed55000
Robert MacIntyre55000
Viktor Hovland0
Tommy Fleetwood55000
Tyrell Hatton55000
garyspencer2020000
Robert Rock0
Matt Fitzpatrick55000
Tyrell Hatton55000
Tommy Fleetwood55000
Patrick Reed55000
CliveWinward1515000
Tyrell Hatton55000
Patrick Reed55000
Sungjae Im0
Robert MacIntyre55000
Thomas Detry0
Sammie_D961010000
Tyrell Hatton55000
Tom Lewis0
Morikawa0
Robert MacIntyre55000
Thomas Pieters0
JoePublicGolf2020000
Tommy Fleetwood55000
Patrick Reed55000
Tyrell Hatton55000
Henrik Stenson55000
Ian Poulter0
3puttonly1010000
Patrick Reed55000
Matt Wallace0
Sam Horsfield0
Andy Sullivan0
Lee Westwood55000
emmajaneub155000
Tommy Fleewtood0
Patrick Reed55000
Morikawa0
Andy Sullivan0
Thomas Pieters0
Bagshaw21121010000
Patrick Reed55000
Tommy Fleetwood55000
Colin Morikawa0
Andy Sullivan0
Danny Willett0
Brandanpoole1515000
Matt Fitzpatrick55000
Tommy Fleetwood55000
Danny Willett0
Tyrell Hatton55000
Thomas Pieters0
FreddieMeikle2020000
Eddie Pepperell0
Tommy Fleetwood55000
Matt Fitzpatrick55000
Tyrell Hatton55000
Patrick Reed55000
Amitmoh2525000
Tommy Fleetwood55000
Patrick Reed55000
Lee Westwood55000
Tyrell Hatton55000
Henrik Stenson55000
M30kle1010000
Tyrell Hatton55000
Robert MacIntyre55000
Christian Bezhuidenhout0
Wilco Nienaber0
Antoine Rozner0
LeoDucket00000
Sungjae Im0
Aaron Rai0
Sam Horsfield0
Rasmus Hojgaard0
Andy Sullivan0
DAvidHoward25071515000
Bernd Weisberger0
Patrick Reed55000
Jamie Donaldson55000
Tyrell Hatton55000
Armitage0
jimmyfi677534882020000
Robert MacIntyre55000
Dean Burmster0
Patrick Reed55000
Tommy Fleetwood55000
Tyrell Hatton55000
macbee772020000
Tyrell Hatton55000
Tommy Fleetwood55000
Henrik Stenson55000
Bredan Grace0
Martin Kaymer55000
CharlesCalhoun71515000
Lee Westwood55000
Tommy Fleetwood55000
Patrick Reed55000
Sungjae Im0
Viktor Hovland0
HappyJock2020000
Tommy Fleetwood55000
Patrick Reed55000
Jamie Donaldson55000
Robert MacIntyre55000
Viktor Hovland0

DAY 4 – MAYAKOBA CLASSIC GOLF

FINAL WAGGLE DUFF LEADERBOARD

#NamePoints
1CliveWinward111
2Bagshaw2112107
3JoePublicGolf104
4Steve_Donnelly_103
53puttonly98
6migabarrerag95
7PaulJacksonGolf85
8Derek Davidson83
9emmajaneub83
10AndrewYJohnston74
11amitmoh66
12FreddieMeikle64
13GolfBets10162
1447_Irish60
15macbee7756
16cooney198755
17garyspencer7450
18fostercarl198946
19jimmyfi6775348846
20ADAMP_7044
21Marrs_Jordan39
22marteneriksson38
23GolfFather33
24Sammie_D9620
25leocduckett8

PLAYER BREAKDOWN

Player Round 1Round 2Round 3 Round 4Total
Russel Knox1575532
Tom Hodge57101840
Emilliano Grillo51210936
Joaquin Nienmann52512
Tony Finau5725946
Aaron Wise5752037
Carlos Ortiz57921
Brendan Todd57921
Nate Lashley57416
Akshay Bhatia5712
Viktor Hovland57103052
Michael Gligic50005
Austin Ecktorat268
Adam Long2101830
Hunter Mahan22
Steve Stricker25613
Tyler Duncan257
Charley Hoffman224
Ryan Brehm77
Camillo Villegas7411
Lucus Glover751426
Kyle Stanley729
Chase Seiffert22
Justin Thomas210618
Mark Hubbard22
Jason Duffner22
John Huh257
Kyoung – Hoon Lee22
Jhnattan Vegas257
Abraham Ancer25613
Brice Garnett246
Daniel Berger257
Vincent Whaley257
Correy Connors268
Austin Cook22
Chris Baker7411
Andy Ogletree729
Harris English21416
Troy Merritt224
Bo Hoag257
Scott Piercy224
KJ Choi224
Bily Horshall251421
Brian Harman22
Branden Grace224
Brandon Hagy224
Will Zalatoris22
Satoshi Kodaira224
Sung Kang246
Max Homa25613
Kevin Streelman246
Patton Kizzire246
Doug Ghim224
Hank Lebioda22
Rafael Campos246
Pat Perez22
Maverick McNealy25613
JJ Spaun22
Xinjun Zhang22
Harold Varner III22
Ben Taylor22
Sepp Straka22
Chares Howell III257
Keegan Bradley246
Kelly Kraft22
Chris Kirk224
J Dahmen77
P Rogers710623

TEAM BREAKDOWN

POINTSTotalRound 1Round 2Round 3 Round 4
GolfFather33061512
Justin Thomas1802106
Brooks Koepka00000
Abraham Ancer130256
Rickie Fowler00000
Young Hoon Lee20200
AndrewYJohnston7415151529
Justin Thomas1802106
Russell Knox3215755
Harris English1602014
Patton Kizzire60204
Will Zalatoris20200
3puttonly9810182050
Daniel Berger70205
Carlos Ortiz215709
Viktor Hovland52571030
Marc Leishman00000
Justin Thomas1802106
Steve_Donnelly_10310232050
Daniel Berger70205
Viktor Hovland52571030
Corey Connors80206
Sebastian Munoz00000
Emiliano Grillo36512109
Sammie_D962004511
Brooks Koepka00000
Abraham Ancer130256
Daniel Berger70205
Marc Leishman00000
Rickie Fowler00000
garyspencer74500111524
Justin Thomas1802106
Brooks Koepka00000
Camillo Villegas110704
Billy Horshall2102514
Rickie Fowler00000
Marrs_Jordan39591015
Justin Thomas1802106
Rickie Fowler00000
Im00000
Brooks Koepka00000
Carlos Ortiz215709
amitmoh665113515
Brooks Koepka00000
Justin Thomas1802106
Tony Finau4657259
Sepp Straka20200
Rickie Fowler00000
CliveWinward11110253541
Harris English1602014
Brice Garnett60204
Emilliano Grillo36512109
Charles Howell III70205
Tony Finau4657259
cooney1987555142511
A Harwin00000
Gary Woodland00000
Robert Armour00000
A Olgetree90702
Tony Finau4657259
marteneriksson38061517
Justin Thomas1802106
Brooks Koepka00000
Rickie Fowler00000
Daniel Berger70205
Abraham Ancer130256
JoePublicGolf10410163543
Brooks Koepka00000
Tony Finau4657259
Rickie Fowler00000
Vicktor Hovland52571030
Bradley60204
leocduckett80206
Rafa Cabrera Bello00000
Greame McDowell00000
An Jun Beyong00000
Peter Malnati00000
Corey Connors80206
GolfBets101625201522
Abraham Ancer130256
Emilliano Grillo36512109
Varner20200
Scott Piercy40202
Howell III70205
migabarrerag9510132547
Munoz00000
Hovland52571030
Thomas1802106
Niemann125205
Ancer130256
ADAMP_7044081521
Howell70205
Streelman60204
Ancer130256
Thomas1802106
Norlander00000
macbee77565131523
Brooks Koepka00000
Ancer130256
Brandon Grace40202
Justin Thomas1802106
Carlos Ortiz215709
FreddieMeikle64593515
Aphibarnrat00000
Brooks Koepka00000
Justin Thomas1802106
Rickie Fowler00000
Tony Finau4657259
Derek Davidson835112542
Ancer130256
Hovland52571030
Justin Thomas1802106
Beyong hun An00000
Brooks Koepka00000
fostercarl198946081523
Justin Thomas1802106
Ancer130256
Corey Connors80206
Daniel Berger70205
Brooks Koepka00000
jimmyfi6775348846081523
Corey Connors80206
Brooks Koepka00000
Abraham Ancer130256
Justin Thomas1802106
Daniel Berger70205
Bagshaw211210710182059
Justin Thomas1802106
Brooks Koepka00000
Harris English1602014
Viktor Hovland52571030
Brendan Todd215709
PaulJacksonGolf855132047
Brooks Koepka00000
Daniel Berger70205
Corey Connors80206
Viktor Hovland52571030
Justin Thomas1802106
emmajaneub835112542
Justin Thomas1802106
Russel Henley00000
Viktor Hovland52571030
Ancer130256
Rickie Fowler00000
47_Irish605131527
Justin Thomas1802106
Corey Connors80206
Abraham Ancer130256
Brendan Todd215709
Russel Henley00000