Singapore Open Preview & Tips

It’s finally here, after the 1st event of the season that started on January 8th 2020 we are finally at the last event of the season. After just 8 events the order of merit winner will be crowned after this event. Joohyung Kim’s now has a commanding lead after his playoff victory last week so he will be the heavy favourite to pick up the Order or Merit. Only three others have a chance of winning but they need Joohyung to miss the cut & they need to win, those three players are Wade Ormsby, Phachara Khongwatmai & Chan Shih-Chang. Wade Ormsby has opted for the DP World Tour so its only Phachara & Chan who have a chance to win. 

The Singapore Open normally has a Stella field with numerous invites from the PGA & DP World tours coming over to play. However, with covid still in the back of a lot of peoples minds only Paul Casey has taken up an Invite here from the main tours. 130 players are set to take centre stage on Thursday as they all go in search of the extra purse on offer this week. Not only is the purse 250,000 USD bigger this week there are also four Open Spots up for grabs for any of top 12 not already qualified so even more incentive to play well this week. 

Course Guide 

Sentosa Golf Club hosts the Singapore Open for the 14th time having 1st hosted in 2005. The course is just a 20minute journey from last weeks course so all the players who played this week will have the luxury of not having to fly to a new destination for the upcoming week which means added practice time or recovery time which they wouldn’t normally get. The course this week is set up as a par 71 measuring a staggering 7403 so for the 2nd week running the Singapore courses will be set up to be monsters in length. When you factor in the wind that Singapore gets around this time of year the course could play even longer. You just have to look at last weeks scores & how high they were from the wind causing havoc. The 71 is made up for four par 3s, eleven par 4s & three par 5s. Ronald Fream designed the course in 1982 but it was redesigned in 2006 to add the sub air & a new enhanced irrigation system. Larger greens were created & more strategic bunkers put in to make the golfers plot their way around rather than bomb a drive & flick a wedge. As I said last week accuracy will be needed on the Scraping Course with its tree lined fairways & water in play on 10 holes. It’s a trend on all the Asian courses that the Asian tours keep playing that they are tree lined & have plenty of hazards in play on nearly every hole which is why they are so accurate when they move onto the PGA & DP World Tour. 

Previous Winners 

2020 – Matt Kuchar -18 10-1

2019 – Jazz Janewattananond -18 25-1

2018 – Sergio Garcia -14 8-1

2017 – Prayed Marksaeng -9 250-1

2016 – Young Han Song -12 80-1

@Golftipster5 Selections:

Phachara Khongwatmai 16-1 PaddyPower 6 Places

Phachara finished T16 last week at the Singapore International which was a great result considering the conditions they were playing in. A final round 2 under par 70 was one of the best rounds recorded on Sunday. That finish gave him a slight chance of winning to Order of merit & he comes to a course where he has had some great finishes in the past. A 2nd place in 2017 & 18th in 2019 show he is more than capable to scoring well around here. His form over the past few months has been nothing short of sublime, bar his withdrawal at the Singha Classic he hasn’t finished worse than T16 with three wins, one 2nd & one 3rd place finish. 

Ratchanon Chantananuwat 28-1 Bet365 5 Places

The 14 year old Sensation is slowly taking the Asia tour by storm, on his 1st event outside of his home country of Thailand he finished a remarkable 3rd place. He shot 75 in the 1st round & in an interview on Friday he said he had heatstroke & wasn’t anywhere near 100% Health. For a 14 year old to play so well on a course that made some players look very foolish is incredible, the sky really is the limit for the kid. He has also said that he’s is hoping for another good week this week as he aims to qualify for the Open by finishing as one of the top 4 not already exempt. 

Travis Smyth 55-1 PaddyPower 6 Places

Travis has had a solid last 3 events on the Asia tour, he has finished 48-24-10. He has appeared in this event before & has finished 11 & 24. In those eight rounds he has only shot over par once with a 72 +1 the remaining  seven rounds he has shot 2 rounds of par & 5 in the 60s so he is more than capable of putting in some good numbers this week. Last weeks Tournament will of helped his get used to the conditions especially the wind & any weaknesses or improvements he found he can work on earlier than usual with him staying within touching distance of last weeks course this week. 

Chen Guxin 150-1 Skybet 5 Places

I’m giving Chen another go this week, last weeks playing conditions were brutal but he will of learned plenty from it & have some ideas on what to work on pre event. The 18 year old will want to replicate the form of Joohyung & Ratchanon & put his name on the list of teens to keep an eye on in the coming years. He only missed the cut by one shot last week after shooting 74 & 78. I think there will still be plenty of positives for him to take forward this season from last weeks Missed cut.. 

All odds correct as of 18:00 Tuesday 18th Jan 

Good luck with all bets

Ryan Hamilton @Golftipster5

Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship Preview & Tips

The DP World tour makes its 1st stop of the season to the middle east this week on unfamiliar grounds. A new course will host the 17th version of the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship after the Abu Dhabi golf club was replaced with Yas Links. Yas Links sits in what is referred to as the entertainment district of Abu Dhabi sitting parallel to the formula 1 race circuit & a quick drive to Warner bros & Ferrari world. Players will have plenty to do after they finish their rounds of golf this week.

Covid cancelled the remaining events in South Africa at the back end of the year so this is only the 2nd event of the season. Tristan Lawrence leads the Race to Dubai after winning the shortened South Africa Open. Double Race to Dubai points are on offer this week & next with both events being Rolex series events. As per usual the bigger names are on the entry list for a Rolex event with Collin Morikawa, Rory McIlroy & Victor Hovland the star names. They will be looking to get an early win so that they can sit around the top again for much of the year like Hatton did last season, his win here put him top of the race & he wasn’t knocked off until Jon Rahm & Collin Morikawa picked up major wins & even with a few DP world starts last year he still finished 5th so an early win can do wonders for the end of year position.

Course guide

The Yas Links will be new to many people this week. The course was built in 2010 & features rolling fairways very similar to UK links style courses. Kyle Phillips designed the course & it was awarded top 50 status in the best golf courses in the world last year ranking 48th. Kyle is one of the leading links designers in the world & that is shown this week. The Par 72 championship course measures over 7400 yards & is made up of four par 3s, ten par 4s & four par 5s. Water & strategically placed bunkers are in play on nearly every hole so accuracy off the tee will be key this week. The championship could be won & lost with a visit to the drop zone. Undulating greens will give the players a tough test on the greens especially getting the pace right to avoid any unwanted 3 putts. If the wind gets up which is due to all day Friday with up to 30mph forecast, we could see some very high scores posted if the players can’t control where their ball is going with all the hazards in play.

@Golftipster5 Selections:

Rory McIlroy 7/1 Ladbrokes (boosted) 8 Places 2 Pts

Rory had a very up & down 2021 from the heartbreak in the Ryder cup to picking up two more PGA tour victories at the Wells Fargo & CJ Cup. He would probably still say he had an average year because of his major performances but by the average pro it was a fantastic year seven top 10s & two wins with just 4 cuts missed out of 24 events. Rorys form at the Abu Dhabi championship & following week at the desert classic is just ridiculous & pretty much the reason I have him this week at such as short number. In his last 18 appearance if you ignore the one missed cut in his last eighteen appearances at both events, he has finished no worse than eleventh. He has finished 2nd three times & three 3rd place finishes.

Tommy Fleetwood 22-1 Ladbrokes 8 Places

Some golf pundits seem to have written Tommy Fleetwood off last year after another winless year & dropping down to world no 40. He still managed six top 10s & only missed 3 cuts in 23 starts so he is still one of the most consistent players on the tour. Tommy is known for loving the previous course that held this event winning twice in 2017 & 2018. This week’s event should suit a player that loves the links & middle east golf which Tommy fits perfectly. He has plenty of top 5 finishes in the Dunhill links as well as Open Championship results so I feel this week he can combine his love for links & the middle east to really plot his way around this course & post some low numbers. Tommy consistency over the years can be put down to his green in regulation stats. For the last 5 years he’s has ranked no lower than 5th on tour for greens in regulation, his lowest average for the last 5 years was 72.39% & topped out at 76.49%. Stats he will be looking to keep at that level this week to go low.

Bernd Wiesberger 33-1 Skybet 7 Places

Bernd will be raring to push on this year after last year’s Ryder cup appearance. He will be able to play more freely now having for-filled a dream to play for team Europe. He led the DP World tour last year in strokes gained tee to green helped with a green in regulation percentage of 72.47% which shows incredible consistency. Bernd has great form in the desert finishing 2nd at fire course in the Aviv Championship, a 6th at the Dubai Desert Classic & in his two previous appearances at this event he has finished 25th & 8th. He had one win & four tops 10s last year so will be looking to build on that that this year

Nicolai Hojgaard 50-1 Ladbrokes 8 Places

Nicolai is one of the hottest players on the tour currently. He had a fantastic last part of the season picking up his 1st DP world tour victory at the Italian Open & then went on to a 2nd place in Portugal & 4th in the DP World Tour Finale. His rise last year can be put down to his greens in regulation stats which went from 62% in 2020 to 71.55% in 2021. Nearly 10% more greens hit in regulation. This helped him rise from 523rd in the world to a career best 88th. Nicolai will arrive here full of confidence after last season performance & want to really push on this year to climb the rankings.

Frederic Lacriox 150-1 Ladbrokes 8 Places

Frederic is one of the challenge tour graduates from 2021 who caught fire towards the end of the season finishing 2-4-28-5-2-5 in his last six starts of the year including the season opener in the shortened Joburg open where he finished T5 on tour debut. If the tournament wasn’t shortened, I feel he was in prime position to challenge for the win, he was hitting nearly 80% of greens in regulation, driving the ball over 320 yards on average & ranked in the top 40 for putting. He is one of the tour graduates I feel could pick up a win on the DP World tour this year, it might not be this week but at 150-1 with 8 places I’m happy to ride this one.

All Bets are 1 pt unless noted

Other notables

Richard Bland 125-1

An incredible price considering the year he had, eight top 10s & his 1st victory. How will he knee hold up after surgery? Only time will tell.

Haotong Li 125-1

A player who has won me plenty over the years with wins & Places. Lost his way a little of the past year but looks to be trending in the right direction he was 2nd before Christmas in an unofficial China event before finishing 2nd in the Volvo Open & a very good performance last week on the PGA tour but how much will the mammoth travel day take out of him from Hawaii to Abu Dhabi?

All odds correct as of 14:30 Monday 17th January

Good Luck with all bets

Ryan Hamilton – @Golftipster5

The Singapore International Preview & Tips

The Asian tour enters its penultimate event this week before the Order or Merit champion is crowed. After a few last-minute withdrawals 129 golfers will tee it up looking to gain more money points on the end of season leader board. This week will be the 1st tournament since the tours restart that isn’t in Thailand, with Singapore hosting the last two events of the season. The Singapore International is a brand-new event on the tour which was added to increase the events on Covid hit season which currently spans over 3 years 2020,2021 & 2022. Everything is still to play for this week with just over 130,000 USD between 1st & 10th in the Order of Merit with one win enough to advance even the lower ranked players up the leader board

Course Guide

The Singapore international takes place at Tanah Merah Country Club on the Tampines Course which is adjacent to the airport & only 15minutes away from the iconic Marina Sands hotel. 

The Course was opened in 1988 but in 2017 it was redesigned by Phil Jacobs. Par 72 makes up the scorecard with 4 par 3s,10 par 4s & 4 par 5s. The course this week is a monster at 7533 yards with the longest holes being the 5th at 635 yards & 18th at 626 yards. Water is in play on 12 of the 18 holes which keeps being a regular occurrence on the Asian tour so again accuracy off the tee will be key this week. Players will want to keep their balls in play off the tee. The ability to be able to get the pace of greens will also be vital with the huge greens on this course. Being able to hit the perfect lag putt when out of position will be very beneficial. There should be plenty of drama down the last hole with the guys in contention. A par 5 with water in play could be the decision maker when it comes to determining the winner. Who will be able to keep their nerve the best on Sunday afternoon?

@Golftipster5 Selections:

Wade Ormsby 28-1 5 places

The current order of merit leader will look to cement his place at the top this week with another good week before next week’s finale. After winning in early 2020 at the Hong Kong open Wade had two more top 10s before covid struck, since golfs restart he has been playing on the DP World tour & has only managed just one top 10. However, since the Asian tour restart, he has had a T23 & T14 finish which should inject some much-needed confidence going into this week. Even without the high finishes on the DP Tour Wade was still ranked as one of the best drivers on tour hitting 65% of fairways which ranked him 7th best. His accuracy has always been one of his best assets never ranking below 20th in the last 5 years on the DP world tour. ese development tour so far in his career.

Jeong Woo Ham 33-1 5 places

Jeong is a two-time winner on the Korea tour most recently just 4 starts ago in the KJ Choi invitational.  He finished 5th in the money list on the Korea tour in 2021 having played in all 17 events. To go with the win, he has 5 more top 10 finishes & just 3 missed cuts.  The 27-year-old hit 65% of fairways & 70% of greens in regulation last season which will be required this week to stay out of the water. This week will be his debut on the Asia tour having only played on the Korea tour & Japan

Yoseop Seo 45-1 5 places

One of my players to watch from my 2022 preview. He was a 2-time winner on the Korea tour last season. He finished 2nd on the money list so I was quite surprised when I saw he was a lot higher in the betting that fellow countryman Jeong Woo Ham.  The world no 297 is another very accurate player off the tee hitting just under 65% of fairways & over 70% greens in regulation. Seo is currently 50th on the order of merit so will want a good week to climb the leader board going into the final event of the season next week.

Udayan Mane 125-1 5 Places

Mane won the season ending event in India to claim the order of merit title. He won four times over the 2020 – 21 season with four more top 10s in seventeen starts. Incredible form. He didn’t quite manage to bring that form over to the Asian tour at the back end of the year with a MC & T68 finish, but he won on his next start back in India. Hopefully this boost of confidence will bring his A game to the Singapore International. A win this week could put him right in the mix for the order of merit title.

Chen Guxin 1000-1 5 places

If you look at Chens form last season on the China tour you do have to wonder, why he is the price he is. He won twice with two 3rd place finishes & only missed one cut. The 18-year-old for me at that price even in a higher quality field is just a no brainer. There are far worse bets to be made. He is currently the 5th best ranked Chinese player in the world ahead of Haotong Li who he only finished 2 shots back on in his latest start at the Volvo China Open. He turned pro in 2020 after a Stella amateur career where he racked up over 10 wins & many more stop 10s. A player to keep watch for in the coming years.

Good Luck with all Bets

@golftipster5

Players to watch in 2022 & Ante Post Tips

What a year it was in 2021 for golf fans. After all the cancellation of 2020 it was nice to get back to a nearly full schedule of golf every week. A year of highs & lows as per usual which saw Blandy get over the line at his 478th attempt, Hideki winning the Master’s, Phil winning the PGA, Jordan Spieth finding the winner enclosure again & Team Europe winning for the only the 2nd time on US Soil in the Solheim cup were just a few highlights for me. 2022 is looking like it will be another cracker with the main tours & development tours announcing more events in the schedules with even more prize money. With that being said here is a preview of players to keep an eye on in 2022 across various tours & my Ante post bets for Majors, PGA money List, Race to Dubai, Race to the CME Globe, Champion’s tour money & Top Challenge Tour Grad.  

Players to watch on the PGA Tour

Sam Burns

Sam Burns rocketed up the OGWR this year starting at 154th & ending in 12th. He keeps getting shorter with bookmakers every week he Tees it up with his amazing form this season which features two wins, two 2nds, two 3rds & three more top 10s. In his last five starts he didn’t finish lower than 14th & if he can maintain this form, he will certainly be challenging for major titles next season. In the wrap around events, he ranks 1st in Stoke gained tee to green & 5th strokes gained overall. He is playing full of confidence at the moment & appears to be going flag hunting every round averaging 5.5 birdies or better a round which has him 5th so far this season. There are obviously the main players such as Rahm & DJ that dont play much after the FedEX is complete but there’s still 140guys to beat every week which all go into the stats leader boards.

Tony Finau

After breaking the 2nd place duck last year by winning The Northern Trust I think Tony will now be able to push on in 2022 & win multiple times next season. He had ten 2nd place finishes between his 2 PGA Tour wins along with three 3rds & thirty-one more top 10s which is incredible consistency over 5 years. He will be paying with a new mindset knowing he can get the job done when he’s in contention so more winners will be on the horizon & even a maiden Major? The 32-year-old is known for being one of the biggest hitters on tour, but he was actually only 31st last season in average driving distance with 305 which is still huge & can take apart the majority of courses. I think if Tony can improve his putting stats where he was 91st last season in strokes gained putting he can certainly challenge for his 3rd Tour victory next year & even his 4th.

Marc Leishman

Marc didn’t have the best on years last season but this season he already has two top 5 finishes in four starts as well as a 3rd place with Jason Day in the QBE shootout. He is currently one of the best putters on the tour in this wrap around ranking 13th & nine of those above him haven’t played as many rounds. This helps his current stroke gained total ranking him 11th. In 16 rounds this year he has averaged over 5 birdies a round & has a scoring average of 69.51 which is why he has had such positive finishes so far. Leishman will be a player I’m keeping my eye on in the run up to the Open after being on the wrong side of the playoff result at St Andrews in 2015.

Matthew Wolff

In the early part of last year Matthew took time away from golf citing mental health issues. A run of Poor weeks, Withdrawals & a Disqualification at the Masters for signing the wrong score on the scorecard he decided to take a break. Which to his credit he has been very open about his struggles something some professionals struggle with. He came back for the US Open & finished 15th showing little signs of rust after a 10-week break. He finished off his season with two top 10s & two more top 20s so showing plenty of promise going into this season. If he continues this form into the new season, he could easily get back to the player who reached no 12 in the world in 2020.

Taylor Moore

Whilst most people will be looking at Will Zalatoris & Mito Pereira from the Korn ferry tour graduates as the players to watch because of the media hype & world rankings I think Taylor Moore has come in under the radar. He had a cracking season on the Korn ferry Tour winning once & had eleven top 10 finishes. He already has a top 10 on the PGA Tour in his last start of the year at the RSM Classic with an 8th place finish. The Texan has risen to world no 121 & he will certainly break the top 100 next year & maybe even the top 50 by the end of the year. That will certainly be his goal to get a ticket to the masters in 2023. In the wrap around season so far, he has one of the best greens in regulation percentages at 73.61% which will only help low scoring if the putter heats up. The rookie of the year award is a certain possibility for Taylor this season.

Players to watch on the DP World Tour

Min Woo Lee

Min Woo didn’t have the best of starts to the year with a couple of missed cuts but after winning the Scottish Open he has been contending nearly every week. In his last four starts of the year, he finished 16th, 4th,8th & 2nd which has bumped him up to 49th in the world & he gets a Masters ticket for Christmas. Statistically he isn’t most consistent golfer on the tour ranking mid table in nearly every category apart from driving where he ranks as one of the longest on tour. The stats could put you off Min Woo at 1st glance but when he’s on form & a few putts start to drop he is one of the best out there. He will be very keen to add to his family’s major tally after his sister won the Evian Championship last season

Dean Burmester

Dean Finished 18th on the race to Dubai having played the most European tour events in top 25 players. He pocketed two wins & eight top 10s worldwide in 2021 which will give him a tonne of confidence going into the 2022 season.  Dean doesn’t seem to have a weakness in his game gaining stokes in almost every department if anything his accuracy off the tee could be better at less than 50% of fairways but he hits the ball an absolute mile to make up for it. He’s 2nd behind Wilco Nienaber in average distance with 319.62yards. He is one of the few golfers that never requires commentary on a bad shot as you normally hear his reactions closely flowed by some apologise from the commentary team which personally, I’m all for. Get the guy’s mic’d up more. Dean will be another player I will be keeping my eye on as the Open gets closer after a closing 65 at St Andrews this year, if he’s the right number I can see him being tipped by numerous tipsters this year especially when places could be up to 10.

Nicolai Hojgaard

After all the hype around Rasmus it’s his twin brother Nicolai who emerged last season. Starting the year over 400 places behind his brother Nicolai is now ahead in the official golf world ranking by one place. He is 96th & Rasmus is 97th. Nicolai’s rise can be put down to his greens in regulation improvement from 2020. He ranked 151st in 2020 hitting just 62% of green in regulation. Compare that to last season where he has improved that stat to 71.55% which was 13th on tour giving himself a lot more chances of birdies. All his stats when you compare 2020 to 2021 season have improved apart from driving distance which has gone down, however he is now more accurate with the driver. 2022 I am very hopefully he will go from strength to strength & pick up a few more wins.

Richard Mansell

Richard has spent some time over the winter in Florida to help his game develop onto the next level & already he is seeing results with a win on the Minor golf league tour in a playoff a few weeks ago. Going stateside means he won’t have to go indoors to practice & make do with the cold British conditions we get through the off season. He took some time out in the middle of the year to fix his wrist injury that had been affecting his game which did mean he missed out on key events, but it was the best thing to do to get him fighting fit next season. He had Just one top 10 last season which came at the Dutch open in his European tour debut year which he will 100% improve on next year. He is one of the longest hitters on tour & also has one of the best greens in regulation percentages on tour ranking 14th in 2021 with 71.64%. It was his putting that let him down statistically all year, he ranked 189th in putts per green in reg & also 160th average putts per round. It will certainly be something he is working on in the off season in Florida & UK which if he can sort out, he will be challenging for titles next year.

Frederic LaCroix

The majority of people will be putting up Marcus Helligkilde as the one to watch this year with him finishing 1st on the challenge tour but I fancy Frederic LaCroix to go well this year. He finished 5th in the covid hit Joburg open on his Tour Debut which he will take enormous confidence from to go into the new year. In his last six starts he finished in the top 5 in five of those events & a 28th in the other. Form which shot him up the challenge tour rankings finishing 5th in the standings to get his DP World Tour card. He was playing on the Alps tour just a few years ago & now finds himself on the big stage it’s been a huge rise for Frederic. His main aim for the year will surely be to keep the card for following year & crack the top 100 in the world but I think he might pull off a surprise win somewhere down the line to complete both objectives.

Players to watch on the Korn Ferry Tour

Chun An Yu (Kevin Yu)

Chun turned pro in the middle of 2021 & made 11 starts between the Korn Ferry & PGA Tours getting two top 10 finishes on the way, one of those being a playoff defeat. He had a great amateur career ranking as the best in the world at one point getting 4 wins along the way. He holds the 2nd highest scoring average for Arizona state only behind the current world no1 Jon Rahm. Yu is very good friends with fellow national CT Pan who he can rely on for advice when & if he needs it.

Andy Ogletree

Andy will be keen to get his career back on track after missing most of last season through injury. After winning low amateur in the masters the future was very bright for Andy, but his hip injury kept him out of action for over 4 months. The 2019 amateur champion retuned for one PGA tour event at the Sanderson Farm Championship & shot three rounds in the 60s where he finished 51st before entering Korn Ferry Q school. Now fully fit again he will be eager to get a PGA tour card at the end of this season 

Albin Choi

Choi is probably known now for the guy who turned pro then caddy then pro again. He was on the bag for Sungjae Im’s victory at the 2020 Honda classic. Since the covid restart he has used the money he received from that to reignite his career. The Canadian has earnt his playing rights on the Korn ferry tour for next year & also came 2nd in the 2021 money ranking on the Minor league golf tour racking up an incredible 7 wins. Hopefully he can take the Minor league form over to the Korn Ferry next year.

Players to watch on the Challenge Tour

Christopher Feldborg Nielsen

Christopher won the Nordic Tour order of merit this year to be one of 5 to get a challenge tour card from the Nordic Tour. He won 3 times this year in 23 starts which he will look to build on next year. The world no 366 also had five top 10s & only missed 3 cuts all year so he has been ultra-consistent. He played one event on the challenge tour last year in the Made in Esbjerg where he finished 18th so he is more than capable of producing in a higher quality field.

Robert Foley

Robert started the year as an amateur but after winning on week 29 in Austria with the Raiffeisen Pro Golf Tour St. Polten he turned pro. Since turning pro, he has had five starts making every cut & finishing 2nd & 3rd in two events. With this & his excellent performance on the Pro Golf tour as an amateur he claimed 2nd spot on the order of merit granting him a card for this year’s challenge tour. In pro & Amateur events this year he had a total of ten top 10 finishes & made every cut in the events he played in so another very consistent player to keep an eye on next season.

Mitch Waite

Mitch finished 2nd in the overall standing on the Europro tour pipped on the line by Jamie Rutherford. Mitch was the most consistent player on the Europro tour last year playing in 13 events & making every cut. The lowest he finished was a T23 in the 2nd event he played in. He won twice in the year & also had one 2nd place & two 3rd place finishes. He has climbed into the top 500 in the world during this time & out of the 5 grads from the Europro he is the player I feel will be up there in the Challenge tour events. In 2020 Mitch got the chance to play in the Cyprus events & held the 1st round lead in the Cyprus open which he ended up finishing T34.  He looks set for a great year on the challenge tour.

Players to watch on the LPGA Tour

Danielle Kang

Danielle had her 1st winless year since getting her 1st win in 2017. The 29-year-old still managed to finish 12th on the CME globe due to the ten top 10s in twenty-two starts & just 2 missed cuts. Kang is one of the shorter hitters on the LPGA averaging 250 yards, but she does have one of the best accuracies off the tee & Green in regulation stats. She hits 76.9% of fairways & 71.9% of greens in regulation. Those stats more than capable of getting the job done. As one of the shorter hitters her short game must be in great shape to contend & last season it was. Her putting stats are up there with the best, her putting average she ranked 4th & putts per green in regulation she was 7th. This could be down to the advice she got from a chat with Inbee Park who is the best putter on tour. Also having Butch Harmon to rely on for advice & to keep an eye on her swing can only do wonders to her game so in 2022 she should be back in the winner’s circle.

Attaya Thitikul

After winning the LET Race to Costa Del Sol & Rookie of the year in 2021 Attaya went to LPGA Q School & finished 3rd to get her card for the year. The rookie of the year for 2022 should be easily taken care of for Attaya next year it’ll be the CME globe & breaking into the Rolex top 5 she will have her eyes on. She played 19 events in 2021 winning twice & only failed to finish in the top 10 3 times with those finishes a 14th,25th & 48th so she will be looking to bring that dominance over to the LPGA this year. A player I’m very excited to see how she progresses against the best player in the world. A major is a certain possibility this year.

Matilda Castren

In her rookie season on the LPGA Matilda managed to pick up a win at the Mediheal Championship. She also went over to Europe to get onto the Solheim cup team knowing she needed to win to get a place & she did so under all the added pressure. At the Solheim she was one of the best players going 3-1-0 winning her singles match & one foursomes & one fourballs with Anna Nordqvist. A class performance for a Solheim Rookie. To show how consistent she has been this year she has risen from the world no 220 up to 56. Statically she is ranks around the tour average for the majority of stats, but he Greens in regulation is class, 76.32% is something gofers dream of on tour. When she gets the putter going expect Matilda to be adding to her titles next year.

Celine Boutier

It was another winning year for Celine this year winning on both the LPGA & LET with the Shoprite Classic & Open De France. Five more top 10s & only three missed cuts have risen her up the rankings up to a career high 27th in the world. She was one of the best scorers last season with the 18th best average score of 70.13, this down to her incredible birdie & eagle stats. She ranked 7th for most eagles (10) & 8th for most birdies (297) on tour last year. A 3rd place finish in the final event of the year was good enough for her to finish 18th overall on the race to CME Globe, I’m sure she will have aspirations to finish in the top 10 this season.

Na Rin An

Na should be the player who come closest to Attaya with the Rookie of the year. She won the LPGA Q School 8 round event with a score of -33 hitting over 40 birdies in the process. She played all last year on the Korean tour missing just 2 cuts. It was a winless year in 2021 however she did have ten top 10s & does have two wins from the 2020 season so she is more than capable of closing a win out when she’s in contention. The world no 61 will be looking to emulate the likes of Inbee park, Jin Young Ko & Sei Young Kim by winning multiple times on the LPGA.

Players to watch on the Ladies European Tour

Pia Babnik

After finishing in the top 5 on the Race to Costa Del Sol she was invited to play LPGA Q school which she turned down. The other 4 all went & got their LPGA cards so Pia will be in prime position to dominate the LET next year. In 2021 she had two wins & four top 10s which helped her finish 2nd in the Race to Costa Del Sol only behind Attaya Thitikul. The 17-year-old is one of the longest hitters on the tour averaging just short of 280 yards in 2021 & when you combine that with her 75% of greens in regulation you can see why she had such a good year in 2021. If she can improve on her putting stats next season, she should be able to easily add to her two wins she has already & could run away with the Order or Merit title.

Chiara Noja

She turned pro last year at just 15 years old. She was born in Germany & raised in England but now calls Dubai home. Even at a young age she has already made 3 cuts from 3 starts finishing 26-40-47. Last season she also had great outings in the Let access events with a 2nd & a 7th placed finish. There will be plenty of noise made about her in the years to come but I feel her success will come down to how well she can cope with the pressures of the media at such a young age. One to keep an eye on for progress during the upcoming year.

Julian Engstrom

A player who won twice in 2020 but was a no show in 2021. Now that could be because of Covid or Injury but there nothing confirming why. I’m assuming it’s because of injury as she posted on her Instagram on the 19th august ‘guess who is finally back hitting irons’ with a nice swing video to go with it. Should she return to the LET next year she will be one player who will certainly challenge the race to Costa Del Sol. Having not played for all of 2021 in any official event she has only dropped 100 paces in the Rolex ranking which shows how well she was progressing before she stopped playing. Starting the year in 182 & finishing in 284th means she will still rank higher than nearly all the LET fields.

Players to watch on the Other Tours around the world.

Sadom Kaewkanjana

Sadom was in scintillating form in 2021 picking up three wins & three 2nd place finishes. He had a run of five events where he went 1-2-1-1-2. Incredible form for any golf tour. In the 9 events he played this year he finished in the top 8 in all of them. The 23-year-olds average score was 67.18 just 7 clear on the tour average. He was hitting over 70% of fairways & greens which if you have seen how tree lined & tight some of the Thai courses are, you’ll know that stat is very impressive. Hopefully he will get a few sponsors invites next year on the DP Tour to see how good he really can be. However, with the Asian tour now restarted he will want to be topping the order of merit in that first.

Yoseop Seo

The 2-time winner this year on the Korea Tour will look to make a name for himself on the Asian tour. He only missed four cuts in twenty starts with four additional top 10s. His performances this year have jumped him up 400 places to a new high of 300. He is also ranked 5th in the Korea order of merit which shows how well he has played all season.

Denwit David boriboonsub

The 17-year-old won his 1st title as a pro this season just 11 months after turning pro. He won the Chiang Mai Open by 2 shots. Denwitt will look to go from strength-to-strength next year after gaining the confidence from that win to challenge the likes of Sadom Kaewkanjana & Phachara Khongwatmai. In eleven starts last year he had nine top 20 finishes & two missed cuts. In just his 2nd start on the Asian tour he managed a 2nd place finish so he will be a player full of confidence going into the next years golf.

Ryo Hitsasune

One of the biggest world ranking movers of 2021. He was unranked at the start of 2021 but finishes the year in 283rd. He won 3 times on the development tour in Japan which got him some starts on the main tour where he made every cut in the events he played. The best finish he managed on the main tour was a 4th in the Taiheiyo Masters. Overall, his year stats are very impressive, three wins & five top 10s with just three missed cuts. I have high hopes for Ryo this year.

Amateurs to watch out for this year

Keita Nakajima

Keita will finish the year as the No1 amateur in the world after picking up the Asia pacific Amateur towards the end of the year. It’s been a fantastic season for Nakajima who also won the Japanese amateur & a professional win on the Japanese tour with the Panasonic Open. He is being compared to Hideki already & you can see why. He has a spot in the Open & a spot at the Masters, so I’d be interested to know if he goes Pro after these events or not after already picking up a win on the professional tour. A Player with huge potential in golf.

Ratchanon Chantananuwat

Ratchanon Chantananuwat. A name that could in 10- or 20-years’ time could have landed Thailand their 1st Men’s Major title. At the age of just 14 he is already 657th in the world rankings ahead of the likes of Kevin Chappell, Oliver fisher & JB Holmes. He has already had three top 10 finishes on the All Thailand tour this year & that includes a 2nd place at Phuket Open. The kid became the youngest player to make a cut on the Asian tour shooting a 65 on the Sunday with a T15 Finish. A Player which if he can keep his head screwed on & not let the fame get to him will certainly go very far in the game of golf.

@golftipster5 Early Major Selections

Masters – Rory Mcilroy 14-1 & Victor Hovland 28-1 Both 6 places

US Open – Patrick Cantlay 25-1 & Jason Kokrak 80 Both 6 Places

PGA – Sam Burns 80-1 6 Places

Open – Jordan Spieth 14-1 & Marc Leishman 55-1 Both 6 Places

PGA Money List – Victor Hovland 20-1, Matt Wolff 66-1, Brooks Koepka 80-1, Billy Horschel 200-1 all 3 places bar Wolff who is 4 places.

Race to Dubai – Min Woo Lee 40-1, Bernd Wiesberger 40-1, Dany Willet 100-1, Dean Burmester 150-1 All 6 Places

Champions Tour Money List – Thongchai Jaidee 150-1 3 Places

Race to CME Globe – Attaya Thitikul 16-1, Danielle Kang 40-1, Pauline Roussin Bouchard 125-1 All 3 Places

Top Challenge Tour Graduate – Frederic Lacrois 16-1 4 places

Good Luck with Bets in 2022

@Golftipster5

2022 SEASON 4 – WAGGLE DUFF LEAGUE TABLE

Congratulation to SEBMAX for winning the last season of Waggle Duff in 20201!

Thank you to everyone for paying!

#NAMETOTAL
1SebMax331304
2LinksandWhiskey1283
3TinTinandGolf1271
4LuckyNo_41238
5NateChar231218
6CoxyYork1211
7LennyLangers1196
8Wilkesy931188
9KevinJohnsonKJ1176
10SCB_081162
11NelsonsGolfTips1158
12TommyTriceps1155
13RichCrow20101144
14GaryCrooks111143
15DriscollMania1127
16NJHolden741113
17DazzaMac731111
18UncleMonkee1105
19DerekDavidson341101
20TankShannon1093
218WayTiefor5th1089
22Marrs_Jordan1088
23TheHighFade1231083
24MorrisJosh__1078
25JimmyFitz1071
26Andrew_Tizzard1069
27GolfTipster51064
28JoePublicGolf1041
29Shafty281037
30BJays1291035
31McN_lty1026
32ThomsonGolf941003
33RyanLMarchand986
34GolfNutter3967
35WerzalGummage952
36AndrewYJohnston946
37AHawk300945
38ShallowCalGolf934
39HOLESALEGOLF916
4047_Irish910
41GrizzleyBear72908
42Jaxon_Golf899
43Forritouno898
44BeadlowManor1877
45InvestingNomad848
46Antow73834
47INNIT_STORE809
48ThirtySixHoles798
49Mark34747787787
50MattTizzard781
51Eadey76769
52CreekDegenerate720
53PGAEuropean718
54Chief1425715
55JRSpratt700
56CopShawLad683
573PuttOnly674
58LeoCDuckett649
59NathanGolfer624
60SpryTastik622
61GiraffeHK603
62Spinney12556
63JohnFol517
64BenCallanan2513
65DPRB21499
66Bhut_Jolokia400454
67ShawnBell438
68Jeremy_Hartle378
69JRockBubbles335
70BetsMeetch321
71Lad_Golf264
72Jbecker1068223
73Js_GolfingTips223
74M30Kle223
75AmitMoh213
76JustJoeDesign187
77JStanBets167
78Bagshaw2112154
79Jay11Bird23154
80TheModelManiac121
81JJMSports108
82Miggy32Homan108
83Par3Bodger102
84The GolfFather66
85MatthewUnwin2954
86JtotheT7753
87IanScagnelli29

FINAL – QBE SHOOTOUT – WAGGLE DUFF FANTASY LEAGUE & CUP FINAL RESULTS

Hi all.

Thank you everyone for your support this year. Please see below the cup & league results. The cup final was very close, well done to all those that selected our winner for your 10 bonus points!

I have double-checked to ensure points are correct, but any questions please DM me on Twitter and will be happy to explain/ discuss.

I will announce the League Winner tomorrow and I will then reach out to our cup & league winners for prizes!

Finally, if you have found Waggle Duff of value this year, please consider purchasing a Waggle Glove. it will help me cover my costs and hopefully build some better prizes, etc! there is no obligation to, and Waggle Duff will always be free and fun to play! (Link to Shop#)

Anyway…… the results!

WAGGLE CUP RESULT!

Thank you to everyone that played The Waggle Cup. It will be back in 2022!

Player Player
TheHighFade123168185NateChar23

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#NamePoints
1GolfNutter3234
2GolfTipster5214
3DazzaMac73208
4DriscollMania207
5RyanLMarchand203
6Mc_Nlty197
7LennyLangers194
8LuckyNo_4194
9GaryCrooks11192
10CoxyYork186
11GrizzleyBear72186
12NelsonsGolfTips185
13NateChar23185
14SCB_08184
15TinTinandGolf184
16BeadlowManor01181
178waytiefor5th178
18JimmyFitz178
19Wilkesy93175
20Bhut_Jolokia400175
21KevinJohnsonKJ175
22LinksandWhiskey174
23Forritouno173
24UncleMonkee172
25SebMax33171
26ThirtySixHoles171
27AndrewYJohnson170
28TheHighFade123168
29JaxonGolf167
30TommyTriceps165
31Shafty28164
32HOLESALEGOLF158
33LeoCDuckett155
34m30kle152
35DerekDavidson34151
36JoePublicGolf150
37BJays129148
38MorrisJosh__145
39NJHolden144
40RichCrow2010143
41Antow73140
42Andrew_Tizzard134
43WerzalGummage134
44TankShannon122

PLAYER POINS

Players Round 1Round 2Round 3 Total
Burns/Horschel8102543
English/Kuchar10102343
Kokrak/Na10103555
Homa/Kisner881935
Day/Leishman15153363
Conners/McDowell1051934
Harman/Swafford831223
Poulter/Howell881430
O’Hair/Zalatoris881531
Palmer/Jones881127
Lee/Snedeker881127
Thompson/Watson108826

TEAM BREAKDOWN

Next to your name is next to a number. To see your teams individual scores, scroll down to that number in the final table below (you may need to scroll a little while!)

 POINTSTotalRound 1Round 2Round 3 
1SebMax33171262874
 Burns/Horschel8681025
 Kokrak/Na55101035
 Poulter/Howell308814
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade1230
2DriscollMania207353087
 Kokrak/Na110101035
 Day/Leishman63151533
 Conners/McDowell3410519
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade1230
3TankShannon122261646
 Conners/McDowell6810519
 O’Hair/Zalatoris318815
 Harman/Swafford238312
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
4Andrew_Tizzard134242654
 Poulter/Howell608814
 O’Hair/Zalatoris318815
 Burns/Horschel4381025
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
5Wilkesy93175282579
 Burns/Horschel8681025
 Kokrak/Na55101035
 Conners/McDowell3410519
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
6Mc_Nlty197282579
 Kokrak/Na110101035
 Conners/McDowell3410519
 Burns/Horschel4381025
 x 
 x 
 NateChar2310
7TheHighFade123168262879
 Homa/Kisner708819
 Burns/Horschel4381025
 Kokrak/Na55101035
  
  
 TheHighFade123
8SCB_08184283083
 Burns/Horschel8681025
 Kokrak/Na55101035
 English/Kuchar43101023
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
9Bhut_Jolokia400175262668
 Kokrak/Na110101035
 Homa/Kisner358819
 Poulter/Howell308814
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
108waytiefor5th178262871
 Burns/Horschel8681025
 Kokrak/Na55101035
 Lee/Snedeker278811
 x 
 x 
 NateChar2310
11TommyTriceps165313162
 O’Hair/Zalatoris628815
 Poulter/Howell308814
 Day/Leishman63151533
 x 
 x 
 NateChar2310
12LeoCDuckett155282856
 English/Kuchar86101023
 Burns/Horschel4381025
 Thompson/Watson261088
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
13LinksandWhiskey174262867
 Burns/Horschel8681025
 Homa/Kisner358819
 English/Kuchar43101023
 x 
 x 
 NateChar2310
14LennyLangers194313377
 Burns/Horschel8681025
 Day/Leishman63151533
 Homa/Kisner358819
 x 
 x 
 NateChar2310
15TinTinandGolf184283083
 Burns/Horschel8681025
 Kokrak/Na55101035
 English/Kuchar43101023
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
16RichCrow2010143262656
 Homa/Kisner708819
 Poulter/Howell308814
 English/Kuchar43101023
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
17RyanLMarchand203333077
 Day/Leishman126151533
 Burns/Horschel4381025
 Conners/McDowell3410519
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
18KevinJohnsonKJ175282579
 Burns/Horschel8681025
 Kokrak/Na55101035
 Conners/McDowell3410519
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
19JoePublicGolf150282356
 English/Kuchar86101023
 Conners/McDowell3410519
 Poulter/Howell308814
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
20Forritouno173282567
 Burns/Horschel8681025
 Conners/McDowell3410519
 English/Kuchar43101023
 x 
 x 
 NateChar2310
21Antow73140242647
 Burns/Horschel8681025
 Palmer/Jones278811
 Lee/Snedeker278811
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
22NJHolden144242156
 Burns/Horschel8681025
 Homa/Kisner358819
 Harman/Swafford238312
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
23WerzalGummage134262152
 Homa/Kisner708819
 Conners/McDowell3410519
 Poulter/Howell308814
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
24GaryCrooks11192333581
 English/Kuchar86101023
 Burns/Horschel4381025
 Day/Leishman63151533
 x 
 x 
 None Selected
25MorrisJosh__145262153
 Homa/Kisner708819
 Conners/McDowell3410519
 O’Hair/Zalatoris318815
 x 
 x 
 NateChar2310
26DazzaMac73208333387
 Kokrak/Na110101035
 Day/Leishman63151533
 Homa/Kisner358819
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
27AndrewYJohnson170262158
 Kokrak/Na110101035
 Harman/Swafford238312
 Lee/Snedeker278811
 x 
 x 
 NateChar2310
28JaxonGolf167282868
 Burns/Horschel8681025
 Thompson/Watson261088
 Kokrak/Na55101035
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
29m30kle152262669
 O’Hair/Zalatoris628815
 Kokrak/Na55101035
 Homa/Kisner358819
 x 
 x 
 None Selected
30JimmyFitz178262871
 Burns/Horschel8681025
 Kokrak/Na55101035
 Palmer/Jones278811
 x 
 x 
 NateChar2310
31Shafty28164262372
 Burns/Horschel8681025
 Kokrak/Na55101035
 Harman/Swafford238312
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
32DerekDavidson34151242658
 Burns/Horschel8681025
 Poulter/Howell308814
 Homa/Kisner358819
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
33BJays129148242655
 Burns/Horschel8681025
 Homa/Kisner358819
 Palmer/Jones278811
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
34GolfNutter3234333593
 Day/Leishman126151533
 Burns/Horschel4381025
 Kokrak/Na55101035
 x 
 x 
 NateChar2310
35CoxyYork186262879
 Burns/Horschel8681025
 Kokrak/Na55101035
 Homa/Kisner358819
 x 
 x 
 NateChar2310
36UncleMonkee172312870
 Burns/Horschel8681025
 Day/Leishman63151533
 Harman/Swafford238312
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
37NelsonsGolfTips185302577
 English/Kuchar86101023
 Kokrak/Na55101035
 Conners/McDowell3410519
 x 
 x 
 NateChar2310
38BeadlowManor01181262874
 Burns/Horschel8681025
 Kokrak/Na55101035
 Poulter/Howell308814
  
  
 NateChar2310
39LuckyNo_4194283083
 English/Kuchar86101023
 Kokrak/Na55101035
 Burns/Horschel4381025
 x 
 x 
 NateChar2310
40ThirtySixHoles171262874
 Burns/Horschel8681025
 Kokrak/Na55101035
 Poulter/Howell308814
  
  
 None Selected
41GrizzleyBear72186333367
 English/Kuchar86101023
 Day/Leishman63151533
 Palmer/Jones278811
 x 
 x 
 NateChar2310
42HOLESALEGOLF158282872
 Poulter/Howell608814
 Kokrak/Na55101035
 English/Kuchar43101023
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
43NateChar23185302577
 English/Kuchar86101023
 Kokrak/Na55101035
 Conners/McDowell3410519
 x 
 x 
 NateChar2310
44GolfTipster5214313377
 Day/Leishman126151533
 Burns/Horschel4381025
 Homa/Kisner358819
 0
 0
 NateChar2310

DAY 2 – QBE SHOOTOUT – WAGGLE DUFF FANTASY GOLF

WAGGLE FINAL SCORE

Player  Player
TheHighFade1237075NateChar23

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#NamePoints
1GolfNutter398
2RyanLMarchand93
3GaryCrooks1188
4DazzaMac7386
5GrizzleyBear7286
6DriscollMania85
7LennyLangers82
8TommyTriceps78
9LuckyNo_478
10UncleMonkee77
11SCB_0876
12LeoCDuckett76
13TinTinandGolf76
14NelsonsGolfTips75
15NateChar2375
16JaxonGolf74
17Mc_Nlty73
18SebMax3372
19Bhut_Jolokia40072
208waytiefor5th72
21LinksandWhiskey72
22JimmyFitz72
23CoxyYork72
24BeadlowManor0172
25ThirtySixHoles72
26HOLESALEGOLF72
27Wilkesy9371
28KevinJohnsonKJ71
29JoePublicGolf71
30Forritouno71
31TheHighFade12370
32RichCrow201068
33Antow7368
34m30kle68
35DerekDavidson3468
36BJays12968
37AndrewYJohnson67
38Shafty2867
39Andrew_Tizzard66
40NJHolden63
41WerzalGummage63
42MorrisJosh__63
43TankShannon57
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PLAYER POINS

Players Round 1Round 2Round 3 Total
Burns/Horschel81018
English/Kuchar101020
Kokrak/Na101020
Homa/Kisner8816
Day/Leishman151530
Conners/McDowell10515
Harman/Swafford8311
Poulter/Howell8816
O’Hair/Zalatoris8816
Palmer/Jones8816
Lee/Snedeker8816
Thompson/Watson10818

TEAM BREAKDOWN

Next to your name is next to a number. To see your teams individual scores, scroll down to that number in the final table below (you may need to scroll a little while!)

#Name
1SebMax33
2DriscollMania
3TankShannon
4Andrew_Tizzard
5Wilkesy93
6Mc_Nlty
7TheHighFade123
8SCB_08
9Bhut_Jolokia400
108waytiefor5th
11TommyTriceps
12LeoCDuckett
13LinksandWhiskey
14LennyLangers
15TinTinandGolf
16RichCrow2010
17RyanLMarchand
18KevinJohnsonKJ
19JoePublicGolf
20Forritouno
21Antow73
22NJHolden
23WerzalGummage
24GaryCrooks11
25MorrisJosh__
26DazzaMac73
27AndrewYJohnson
28JaxonGolf
29m30kle
30JimmyFitz
31Shafty28
32DerekDavidson34
33BJays129
34GolfNutter3
35CoxyYork
36UncleMonkee
37NelsonsGolfTips
38BeadlowManor01
39LuckyNo_4
40ThirtySixHoles
41GrizzleyBear72
42HOLESALEGOLF
43NateChar23
 POINTSTotalRound 1Round 2Round 4
1SebMax337226280
 Burns/Horschel368100
 Kokrak/Na2010100
 Poulter/Howell16880
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
2DriscollMania8535300
 Kokrak/Na4010100
 Day/Leishman3015150
 Conners/McDowell151050
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
3TankShannon5726160
 Conners/McDowell301050
 O’Hair/Zalatoris16880
 Harman/Swafford11830
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
4Andrew_Tizzard6624260
 Poulter/Howell32880
 O’Hair/Zalatoris16880
 Burns/Horschel188100
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
5Wilkesy937128250
 Burns/Horschel368100
 Kokrak/Na2010100
 Conners/McDowell151050
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
6Mc_Nlty7328250
 Kokrak/Na4010100
 Conners/McDowell151050
 Burns/Horschel188100
 x 
 x 
 NateChar23
7TheHighFade1237026280
 Homa/Kisner32880
 Burns/Horschel188100
 Kokrak/Na2010100
  
  
 TheHighFade123
8SCB_087628300
 Burns/Horschel368100
 Kokrak/Na2010100
 English/Kuchar2010100
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
9Bhut_Jolokia4007226260
 Kokrak/Na4010100
 Homa/Kisner16880
 Poulter/Howell16880
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
108waytiefor5th7226280
 Burns/Horschel368100
 Kokrak/Na2010100
 Lee/Snedeker16880
 x 
 x 
 NateChar23
11TommyTriceps7831310
 O’Hair/Zalatoris32880
 Poulter/Howell16880
 Day/Leishman3015150
 x 
 x 
 NateChar23
12LeoCDuckett7628280
 English/Kuchar4010100
 Burns/Horschel188100
 Thompson/Watson181080
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
13LinksandWhiskey7226280
 Burns/Horschel368100
 Homa/Kisner16880
 English/Kuchar2010100
 x 
 x 
 NateChar23
14LennyLangers8231330
 Burns/Horschel368100
 Day/Leishman3015150
 Homa/Kisner16880
 x 
 x 
 NateChar23
15TinTinandGolf7628300
 Burns/Horschel368100
 Kokrak/Na2010100
 English/Kuchar2010100
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
16RichCrow20106826260
 Homa/Kisner32880
 Poulter/Howell16880
 English/Kuchar2010100
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
17RyanLMarchand9333300
 Day/Leishman6015150
 Burns/Horschel188100
 Conners/McDowell151050
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
18KevinJohnsonKJ7128250
 Burns/Horschel368100
 Kokrak/Na2010100
 Conners/McDowell151050
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
19JoePublicGolf7128230
 English/Kuchar4010100
 Conners/McDowell151050
 Poulter/Howell16880
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
20Forritouno7128250
 Burns/Horschel368100
 Conners/McDowell151050
 English/Kuchar2010100
 x 
 x 
 NateChar23
21Antow736824260
 Burns/Horschel368100
 Palmer/Jones16880
 Lee/Snedeker16880
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
22NJHolden6324210
 Burns/Horschel368100
 Homa/Kisner16880
 Harman/Swafford11830
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
23WerzalGummage6326210
 Homa/Kisner32880
 Conners/McDowell151050
 Poulter/Howell16880
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
24GaryCrooks118833350
 English/Kuchar4010100
 Burns/Horschel188100
 Day/Leishman3015150
 x 
 x 
 None Selected
25MorrisJosh__6326210
 Homa/Kisner32880
 Conners/McDowell151050
 O’Hair/Zalatoris16880
 x 
 x 
 NateChar23
26DazzaMac738633330
 Kokrak/Na4010100
 Day/Leishman3015150
 Homa/Kisner16880
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
27AndrewYJohnson6726210
 Kokrak/Na4010100
 Harman/Swafford11830
 Lee/Snedeker16880
 x 
 x 
 NateChar23
28JaxonGolf7428280
 Burns/Horschel368100
 Thompson/Watson181080
 Kokrak/Na2010100
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
29m30kle6826260
 O’Hair/Zalatoris32880
 Kokrak/Na2010100
 Homa/Kisner16880
 x 
 x 
 None Selected
30JimmyFitz7226280
 Burns/Horschel368100
 Kokrak/Na2010100
 Palmer/Jones16880
 x 
 x 
 NateChar23
31Shafty286726230
 Burns/Horschel368100
 Kokrak/Na2010100
 Harman/Swafford11830
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
32DerekDavidson346824260
 Burns/Horschel368100
 Poulter/Howell16880
 Homa/Kisner16880
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
33BJays1296824260
 Burns/Horschel368100
 Homa/Kisner16880
 Palmer/Jones16880
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
34GolfNutter39833350
 Day/Leishman6015150
 Burns/Horschel188100
 Kokrak/Na2010100
 x 
 x 
 NateChar23
35CoxyYork7226280
 Burns/Horschel368100
 Kokrak/Na2010100
 Homa/Kisner16880
 x 
 x 
 NateChar23
36UncleMonkee7731280
 Burns/Horschel368100
 Day/Leishman3015150
 Harman/Swafford11830
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
37NelsonsGolfTips7530250
 English/Kuchar4010100
 Kokrak/Na2010100
 Conners/McDowell151050
 x 
 x 
 NateChar23
38BeadlowManor017226280
 Burns/Horschel368100
 Kokrak/Na2010100
 Poulter/Howell16880
  
  
 NateChar23
39LuckyNo_47828300
 English/Kuchar4010100
 Kokrak/Na2010100
 Burns/Horschel188100
 x 
 x 
 NateChar23
40ThirtySixHoles7226280
 Burns/Horschel368100
 Kokrak/Na2010100
 Poulter/Howell16880
  
  
 None Selected
41GrizzleyBear728633330
 English/Kuchar4010100
 Day/Leishman3015150
 Palmer/Jones16880
 x 
 x 
 NateChar23
42HOLESALEGOLF7228280
 Poulter/Howell32880
 Kokrak/Na2010100
 English/Kuchar2010100
 x 
 x 
 TheHighFade123
43NateChar237530250
 English/Kuchar4010100
 Kokrak/Na2010100
 Conners/McDowell151050
 x 
 x 
 NateChar23

QBE SHOOT OUT – LAST WAGGLE DUFF FANTASY GOLF OF THE YEAR! PRIZE FOR THE WINNER!

Hi all

Thank you for all your support this year and for playing my little golf game. It’s been great fun, I appreciate the continued support, messages, and often the patience!

This is the final week so a bit of fun, so please take note of the rules!

  1. As it’s reduced field, please pick 3 teams only. There is no restirctions on Odds, etc.
  2. It’s THE WAGGLE CUP FINAL between @TheHighFade123 vs @NateChar23, please tag who you think will win the final. A bonus 10 points if you select the winner!

Also as it’s the last day of the season, the league is nicely poised. This is the Top 5 heading into the last round of the year! Prizes will be shipped out to our Top 3!

#NAMETOTAL
1SebMax331133
2LinksandWhiskey1109
3Marrs_Jordan1088
4TinTinandGolf1087
5LuckyNo_41044

Finally, I am giving away a Waggle Glove for the winner this week! (UK&I only, sorry… brexit, shortages, or whatever excuse I can make up as it’s cost). There is still time to purchase a Waggle Glove, all profits will go back into more prizes and improving the game! DM me for details!

Right, let’s get on with it…..

PLAYERS (Odds don’t matter this week, so removed)
Burns/Horschel
English/Kuchar
Kokrak/Na
Homa/Kisner
Day/Leishman
Palmer/Varner
Conners/McDowell
Harman/Swafford
Poulter/Westwood
Lee/Snedeker
O’Hair/Stricker
Thompson/Watson

FINAL – HERO WORLD CHALLENGE – WAGGLE DUFF – Sponsored by INNIT STORE

Thank you all for playing this week, that was a lot of fun! couldn’t have written what happened!

Well done to DerekDavidson34 for winning this week! INNIT STORE will be in touch to send you your prize.

Thank you to them for sponsoring, please may I ask everyone to check them out online as they’ve been a great sponsor and supporter of Waggle Duff this year and may solve a few golf friends’ Xmas presents!

Final note, the league table will be amended today and there is some slight change to DP World Tour Champs. GaryCrooks is still the winner (sorry Nate!). I gave Wiesberger the bonus points for lowest round of the week but rightly can confirm it was Morikawa.

Back this week for the last time this year! It’s also The WAGGLE Cup FINAL! A bit of fun for The PGA Tour Shootout! Teams out either tonight or tomorrow morning!

Have a good week, thanks for playing! Let’s get onto the Cup and League results.

Matt

CUP RESULTS

Player SemiFinalsPlayer
TheHighFade123146104SebMax33
ShallowCalGolf108115NateChar23
INNIT.STORE supporting Waggle Duff by donating a prize for THE UP-COMING HERO CHAMPIONSHIP

ELIGIBILITY
Due to shipping costs across boarders, the winner of the prize will be the team with the highest fantasy league points based in the UK ONLY. If a non – uk player wins, he/she will be offered the opportunity to send the prize to a UK based address.

TIES

If there is a tie, then we will go to countback. The best total round 4 scores from that waggle duff player will decide the winner. If that’s a tie we go to round 3, then round 2, then round 1. If it’s still a Tie then we work from the captains score down to decide the winner. Then the second selection, then the 3rd selection.

If after all that it’s still a tie. The tie’d players will go to a play off on next weeks PGA TOUR SHOOTOUT!

Please support our sponsors by visiting their website and checking out their products.

#NamePoints
1DerekDavidson34177
2CoxyYork174
3TinTinandGolf168
4LinksandWhiskey168
5Wilkesy93154
6INNIT_STORE153
7LennyLangers152
8BeadlowManor1150
9TommyTriceps147
10McN_lty146
11TheHighFade123146
12DazzaMac73145
13MorrisJosh__144
14Marrs_Jordan144
15Lad_golf140
16GrizzleyBear72140
17Shafty28140
18JimmyFitz138
19Chief1425136
2047_Irish135
218waytiefor5th135
22RichCrow2010134
23LuckyNo_4132
24ThomsonGolf94129
25LeoCDuckett126
26AndrewYJohnston126
27BJays129126
28Bhut_Jolokia400125
29JoePublicGolf125
30GolfNutter3124
31SCB_08123
32HOLESALEGOLF117
33TankShannon116
34KevinJohnsonKJ115
35NateChar23115
36Forritouno113
37UncleMonkee110
38Antow73109
39Jay11Bird23108
40ShallowCalGolf108
41SebMax33104
423PuttOnly103
43GaryCrooks11103
44NelsonsGolfTips102
45Andrew_Tizzard101
46Jaxon_Golf96
47GolfTipster596
48NJHolden94
49Sprytastik92
50RyanLMarchand91
51DPRB2187
52DriscollMania85
53JRSpratt81
54AHawk30080
55MattTizzard79
56WerzalGummage70

PLAYER POINS

Players Round1Round 2Round 3 Round 4Total
Collin Morikawa510151444
Rory McIlroy1553629
Justin Thomas5331930
Viktor Hovland5553550
Bryson Dechambeau3155629
Jordan Spieth333514
Xander Schauffele333615
Abraham Ancer1533627
Sam Burns31051836
Scottie Scheffler33102541
Tony Finau51051030
Daniel Berger15551035
Webb Simpson533617
Brooks Koepka555823
Matt Fitzpatrick333615
Patrick Reed5551833
Tyrrell Hatton355821
Justin Rose3331322
Harris English3381630
Henrik Stenson333615

TEAM BREAKDOWN

Next to your name is next to a number. To see your teams individual scores, scroll down to that number in the final table below (you may need to scroll a little while!)

#NamePoints
1LeoCDuckett126
2JRSpratt81
3Andrew_Tizzard101
4AHawk30080
547_Irish135
6McN_lty146
7Forritouno113
8SebMax33104
9Chief1425136
10ThomsonGolf94129
11Bhut_Jolokia400125
12SCB_08123
13Jay11Bird23108
14BeadlowManor1150
15TinTinandGolf168
16HOLESALEGOLF117
17Sprytastik92
18INNIT_STORE153
198waytiefor5th135
20WerzalGummage70
21KevinJohnsonKJ115
223PuttOnly103
23DerekDavidson34177
24CoxyYork174
25LennyLangers152
26JimmyFitz138
27JoePublicGolf125
28NelsonsGolfTips102
29Jaxon_Golf96
30GaryCrooks11103
31TheHighFade123146
32ShallowCalGolf108
33DazzaMac73145
34TommyTriceps147
35LinksandWhiskey168
36Antow73109
37GolfNutter3124
38Wilkesy93154
39RichCrow2010134
40Lad_golf140
41AndrewYJohnston126
42RyanLMarchand91
43MorrisJosh__144
44GolfTipster596
45NJHolden94
46DPRB2187
47BJays129126
48GrizzleyBear72140
49Marrs_Jordan144
50LuckyNo_4132
51MattTizzard79
52TankShannon116
53DriscollMania85
54NateChar23115
55Shafty28140
56UncleMonkee110
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 POINTSTotalRound 1Round 2Round 3 Round 4
1LeoCDuckett12613182328
 Collin Morikawa885101514
 Xander Schauffele153336
 Brooks Koepka235558
  
  
 Bonus
2JRSpratt819111630
 Henrik Stenson303336
 Harris English3033816
 Tyrrell Hatton213558
  
  
 Bonus
3Andrew_Tizzard1019161129
 Sam Burns72310518
 Jordan Spieth143335
 Matt Fitzpatrick153336
  
  
 Bonus
4AHawk3008011161128
 Jordan Spieth283335
 Tony Finau30510510
 Justin Rose2233313
  
  
 Bonus
547_Irish13535131147
 Rory McIlroy5815536
 Abraham Ancer2715336
 Viktor Hovland5055535
  
  
 Bonus
6McN_lty14611232345
 Collin Morikawa885101514
 Justin Rose2233313
 sam burns36310518
  
  
 Bonus
7Forritouno11313161143
 Justin Thomas6053319
 Sam Burns36310518
 Webb Simpson175336
  
  
 Bonus
8SebMax3310413232330
 Xander Schauffele303336
 Collin Morikawa445101514
 Tony Finau30510510
  
  
 Bonus
9Chief142513613182338
 Collin Morikawa885101514
 Xander Schauffele153336
 Patrick Reed3355518
  
  
 Bonus
10ThomsonGolf9412913181355
 Justin Thomas6053319
 Sam Burns36310518
 Patrick Reed3355518
  
  
 Bonus
11Bhut_Jolokia4001252391650
 Abraham Ancer5415336
 Scottie Scheffler41331025
 Justin Thomas3053319
  
  
 Bonus
12SCB_0812321181137
 Sam Burns72310518
 Rory McIlroy2915536
 Justin Rose2233313
  
  
 Bonus
13Jay11Bird2310813231330
 Bryson Dechambeau5831556
 Webb Simpson175336
 Patrick Reed3355518
  
  
 Bonus
14BeadlowManor115011181358
 Viktor Hovland10055535
 Jordan Spieth143335
 Sam Burns36310518
  
  
 Bonus
15TinTinandGolf16815252559
 Collin Morikawa885101514
 Viktor Hovland5055535
 Tony Finau30510510
  
  
 Bonus
16HOLESALEGOLF11723301322
 Rory McIlroy5815536
 Bryson Dechambeau2931556
 Tony Finau30510510
  
  
 Bonus
17Sprytastik9211161137
 Webb Simpson345336
 Justin Rose2233313
 Sam Burns36310518
  
  
 Bonus
18INNIT_STORE15313182355
 Collin Morikawa885101514
 Viktor Hovland5055535
 Matt Fitzpatrick153336
  
  
 Bonus
198waytiefor5th13515232330
 Collin Morikawa885101514
 Tony Finau30510510
 Webb Simpson175336
  
  
 Bonus
20WerzalGummage70219917
 Jordan Spieth283335
 Abraham Ancer2715336
 Matt Fitzpatrick153336
  
  
 Bonus
21KevinJohnsonKJ1151191649
 Justin Thomas6053319
 Jordan Spieth143335
 Scottie Scheffler41331025
  
  
 Bonus
223PuttOnly10321111428
 Rory McIlroy5815536
 Matt Fitzpatrick153336
 Harris English3033816
  
  
 Bonus
23DerekDavidson3417715202567
 Viktor Hovland10055535
 Collin Morikawa445101514
 Patrick Reed3355518
  
  
 Bonus
24CoxyYork17415252559
 Viktor Hovland10055535
 Collin Morikawa445101514
 Tony Finau30510510
  
  
 Bonus
25LennyLangers15225151349
 Viktor Hovland10055535
 Rory McIlroy2915536
 Brooks Koepka235558
  
  
 Bonus
26JimmyFitz13811232337
 Collin Morikawa885101514
 Jordan Spieth143335
 Sam Burns36310518
  
  
 Bonus
27JoePublicGolf12525151349
 Brooks Koepka465558
 Rory Mcilroy2915536
 Viktor Hovland5055535
  
  
 Bonus
28NelsonsGolfTips10223181121
 Rory McIlroy5815536
 Jordan Spieth143335
 Tony Finau30510510
  
  
 Bonus
29Jaxon_Golf96119937
 Justin Thomas6053319
 Jordan Spieth143335
 Justin Rose2233313
  
  
 Bonus
30GaryCrooks111032311931
 Rory McIlroy5815536
 Justin Thomas3053319
 Xander Schauffele153336
  
  
 Bonus
31TheHighFade12314613302542
 Sam Burns72310518
 Collin Morikawa445101514
 Tony Finau30510510
  
  
 Bonus
32ShallowCalGolf10811232337
 Jordan Spieth283335
 Sam Burns36310518
 Collin Morikawa445101514
  
  
 Bonus
33DazzaMac7314525162139
 Collin Morikawa885101514
 Justin Thomas3053319
 Abraham Ancer2715336
  
  
 Bonus
34TommyTriceps14725252330
 Collin Morikawa885101514
 Rory Mcilroy2915536
 Tony Finau30510510
  
  
 Bonus
35LinksandWhiskey16815252559
 Collin Morikawa885101514
 Viktor Hovland5055535
 Tony Finau30510510
  
  
 Bonus
36Antow7310923182330
 Xander Schauffele303336
 Collin Morikawa445101514
 Daniel Berger35155510
  
  
 Bonus
37GolfNutter312423181143
 Rory McIlroy5815536
 Justin Thomas3053319
 Sam Burns36310518
  
  
 Bonus
38Wilkesy9315413232351
 Collin Morikawa885101514
 Justin Thomas3053319
 Sam Burns36310518
  
  
 Bonus
39RichCrow201013425181351
 Abraham Ancer5415336
 Viktor Hovland5055535
 Tony Finau30510510
  
  
 Bonus
40Lad_golf14025202328
 Collin Morikawa885101514
 Rory Mcilroy2915536
 Brooks Koepka235558
  
  
 Bonus
41AndrewYJohnston12613231347
 Justin Thomas6053319
 Tony Finau30510510
 Sam Burns36310518
  
  
 Bonus
42RyanLMarchand9113111133
 Brooks Koepka465558
 Xander Schauffele153336
 Justin Thomas3053319
  
  
 Bonus
43MorrisJosh__14415202540
 Collin Morikawa885101514
 Brooks Koepka235558
 Patrick Reed3355518
  
  
 Bonus
44GolfTipster59623131120
 Rory Mcilroy5815536
 Xander Schauffele153336
 Brooks Koepka235558
  
  
 Bonus
45NJHolden942111924
 Rory Mcilroy5815536
 Justin Rose2233313
 Jordan Spieth143335
  
  
 Bonus
46DPRB218723111119
 Brooks Koepka465558
 Abraham Ancer2715336
 Jordan Spieth143335
  
  
 Bonus
47BJays12912613231347
 Justin Thomas6053319
 Sam Burns36310518
 Tony Finau30510510
  
  
 Bonus
48GrizzleyBear7214025202328
 Collin Morikawa885101514
 Rory McIlroy2915536
 Brooks Koepka235558
  
  
 Bonus
49Marrs_Jordan14435182126
 Collin Morikawa885101514
 Rory McIlroy2915536
 Abraham Ancer2715336
  
  
 Bonus
50LuckyNo_413225252330
 Rory Mcilroy5815536
 Collin Morikawa445101514
 Tony Finau30510510
  
  
 Bonus
51MattTizzard792111924
 Jordan Spieth283335
 Rory McIlroy2915536
 Justin Rose2233313
  
  
 Bonus
52TankShannon11621181137
 Rory Mcilroy5815536
 Sam Burns36310518
 Justin Rose2233313
  
  
 Bonus
53DriscollMania8511111137
 Xander Schauffele303336
 Patrick Reed3355518
 Justin Rose2233313
  
  
 Bonus
54NateChar2311513181341
 Tony Finau60510510
 Patrick Reed3355518
 Justin Rose2233313
  
  
 Bonus
55Shafty2814025202328
 Collin Morikawa885101514
 Rory Mcilroy2915536
 Brooks Koepka235558
  
  
 Bonus
56UncleMonkee11023131130
 Patrick Reed6655518
 Rory McIlroy2915536
 Xander Schauffele153336
  
  
 Bonus

DAY 3 – HERO – WAGGLE DUFF – Sponsored by INNIT STORE

Player SemiFinalsPlayer
TheHighFade1238668SebMax33
ShallowCalGolf6664NateChar23
INNIT.STORE supporting Waggle Duff by donating a prize for THE UP-COMING HERO CHAMPIONSHIP

ELIGIBILITY
Due to shipping costs across boarders, the winner of the prize will be the team with the highest fantasy league points based in the UK ONLY. If a non – uk player wins, he/she will be offered the opportunity to send the prize to a UK based address.

TIES

If there is a tie, then we will go to countback. The best total round 4 scores from that waggle duff player will decide the winner. If that’s a tie we go to round 3, then round 2, then round 1. If it’s still a Tie then we work from the captains score down to decide the winner. Then the second selection, then the 3rd selection.

If after all that it’s still a tie. The tie’d players will go to a play off on next weeks PGA TOUR SHOOTOUT!

Please support our sponsors by visiting their website and checking out their products.

#NamePoints
1Marrs_Jordan104
2TommyTriceps103
3Lad_golf98
4GrizzleyBear7298
5Shafty98
6LuckyNo_496
7TinTinandGolf95
8LinksandWhiskey95
9DazzaMac7392
108waytiefor5th91
11MorrisJosh__90
12HOLESALEGOLF89
13Wilkesy9389
14McN_lty87
15JimmyFitz87
16TheHighFade12386
17LeoCDuckett84
18Cheif142584
19INNIT_STORE84
2047_Irish82
21CoxyYork80
22RichCrow201077
23DerekDavidson3475
24NelsonsGolfTips75
25GolfNutter375
26Antow7373
27TankShannon73
28Jay11Bird2372
29GolfTipster570
30Bhut_Jolokia40069
313PuttOnly69
32SebMax3368
33SCB_0868
34LennyLangers68
35JoePublicGolf68
36GaryCrooks1166
37ShallowCalGolf66
38NJHolden64
39NateChar2364
40AndrewYJohnston60
41DRPB2160
42BJays12960
43BeadlowManor157
44ThomsonGolf9455
45Andrew_Tizzard54
46Forritouno51
47RyanLMachand50
48MattTizzard50
49Sprytastik49
50WerzalGummage48
51AHawk30047
52KevinJohnsonKJ47
53JRSpratt45
54DriscollMania42
55Jaxon_Golf40

PLAYER POINS

Players Round1Round 2Round 3 Round 4Total
Collin Morikawa5101530
Rory McIlroy155323
Justin Thomas53311
Viktor Hovland55515
Bryson Dechambeau315523
Jordan Spieth3339
Xander Schauffele3339
Abraham Ancer153321
Sam Burns310518
Scottie Scheffler331016
Tony Finau510520
Daniel Berger155525
Webb Simpson53311
Brooks Koepka55515
Matt Fitzpatrick3339
Patrick Reed55515
Tyrrell Hatton35513
Justin Rose3339
Harris English33814
Henrik Stenson3339

TEAM BREAKDOWN

Next to your name is next to a number. To see your teams individual scores, scroll down to that number in the final table below (you may need to scroll a little while!)

#Name
1LeoCDuckett
2JRSpratt
3Andrew_Tizzard
4AHawk300
547_Irish
6McN_lty
7Forritouno
8SebMax33
9Cheif1425
10ThomsonGolf94
11Bhut_Jolokia400
12SCB_08
13Jay11Bird23
14BeadlowManor1
15TinTinandGolf
16HOLESALEGOLF
17Sprytastik
18INNIT_STORE
198waytiefor5th
20WerzalGummage
21KevinJohnsonKJ
223PuttOnly
23DerekDavidson34
24CoxyYork
25LennyLangers
26JimmyFitz
27JoePublicGolf
28NelsonsGolfTips
29Jaxon_Golf
30GaryCrooks11
31TheHighFade123
32ShallowCalGolf
33DazzaMac73
34TommyTriceps
35LinksandWhiskey
36Antow73
37GolfNutter3
38Wilkesy93
39RichCrow2010
40Lad_golf
41AndrewYJohnston
42RyanLMachand
43MorrisJosh__
44GolfTipster5
45NJHolden
46DRPB21
47BJays129
48GrizzleyBear72
49Marrs_Jordan
50LuckyNo_4
51MattTizzard
52TankShannon
53DriscollMania
54NateChar23
55Shafty
 POINTSTotalRound 1Round 2Round 3 Round 4
1LeoCDuckett841318230
 Collin Morikawa60510150
 Xander Schauffele93330
 Brooks Koepka155550
  
  
 Bonus
2JRSpratt45911160
 Henrik Stenson183330
 Harris English143380
 Tyrrell Hatton133550
  
  
 Bonus
3Andrew_Tizzard54916110
 Sam Burns3631050
 Jordan Spieth93330
 Matt Fitzpatrick93330
  
  
 Bonus
4AHawk300471116110
 Jordan Spieth183330
 Tony Finau2051050
 Justin Rose93330
  
  
 Bonus
547_Irish823513110
 Rory McIlroy4615530
 Abraham Ancer2115330
 Viktor Hovland155550
  
  
 Bonus
6McN_lty871123230
 Collin Morikawa60510150
 Justin Rose93330
 sam burns1831050
  
  
 Bonus
7Forritouno511316110
 Justin Thomas225330
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8SebMax33681323230
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13Jay11Bird23721323130
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14BeadlowManor1571118130
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15TinTinandGolf951525250
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16HOLESALEGOLF892330130
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17Sprytastik491116110
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223PuttOnly692111140
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23DerekDavidson34751520250
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25LennyLangers682515130
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26JimmyFitz871123230
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27JoePublicGolf682515130
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28NelsonsGolfTips752318110
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30GaryCrooks1166231190
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31TheHighFade123861330250
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34TommyTriceps1032525230
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35LinksandWhiskey951525250
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47BJays129601323130
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48GrizzleyBear72982520230
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