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BMW Championship Golf Betting Tips: The Bettingpro Team Share Their Best Bets at Conway Farms

Neil Roarty 12 Sep 2017

The Bettingpro team share their best bets for the 2017 BMW Championship at Conway Farms Golf Club which from Thursday September 14 to Sunday September 17 with each of our writers making an each-way selection to help punters create a shortlist for the third FedEx Cup tournament.

The FedEx Cup returns this weekend after a rest week and there are now only 70 players remaining for the BMW Championship. This makes it perhaps a little easier for punters but with so many in-form players it can be hard to find the right selection. The Bettingpro team, who have had 35/1 and 20/1 each-way winners at the two previous tournaments, are on hand though to help out with picks for the BMW Championship. Here are the best bets, according to our writers.

Gary Emmerson: Back Jason Day to win - 18/1 @ bet365


As a two-time winner, I was very tempted to tip Dustin Johnson. But the short odds coupled with the fact his two wins came at other courses and not at Conway Farms where this year's BMW Championship is being held, means I'm looking elsewhere and siding with Jason Day. The Australian won the BMW Championship in 2015 by six shots having also finished T4 when it was held at Conway Farms in 2013. Day is in good enough form with top 10 finishes in two of his last year events and at 18/1 he is better value than Johnson.


There is one real stand-out stat when it comes to the BMW Championship – seven of the last eight winners of this tournament have been Major winners and three of the last five had won one of golf’s biggest prizes that year. If you were to narrow down the field with those stats there is one stand-out name for this week and that is Open Championship winner Jordan Spieth. The 24-year-old American has rebounded from his disappointing showing at the PGA Championship by finishing runner-up at both The Northern Trust and Dell Technologies Championships in recent weeks, and he does have one of the best records for top-10 finishes over the past few years. He also tends to putt well on bentgrass greens, so I am backing Spieth to take the honours here.



Jon Wilde: Back Justin Rose each-way @ 33/1 with BetBright

Although it was at a different venue, Rose is a former winner of the BMW Championship and the return to just outside of Chicago should suit the Englishman who played well when this tournament was last held at Conway Farms two years ago.

This has not been a vintage season for the reigning Olympic champion, who unusually has yet to record a victory, but he has finished in the top 10 in the last two play-off events and he looks a big price at 'double carpet' with his form clearly improving from where it was in high summer.



Neil Roarty: Back Paul Casey @22/1 with Sportingbet


I'm taking a lot of stick for backing Paul Casey to win FedEx Cup events but the Englishman keeps performing at a consistent level and has given an each-way return in both the Northern Trust Open and the Dell Championship. Casey has actually finished 12th or better in 10 of his last 12 events and has been no lower than 26th since March. He's not managed to actually win any tournament since 2014 but with form figures as good as his it is surely only a matter of time. The 40-year-old finished runner-up in this event last year and must be as confident as he's ever been in the last three years of adding to his 17 professional titles. At 22/1 and 1/4 odds for 5 places, he is a must bet each-way and it's a great price if he does manage to get his head in front.


The world number one is coming into the penultimate FedEx Cup Play-Off event off the back of consecutive second-place finishes at the Northern Trust and Dell Technologies Championship.
 
Those strong performances have put him top of the standings at the halfway mark, but turning one into a victory would strengthen his position at the summit of the leaderboard.
 
Confident and in good form, you should look no further than Spieth in Illinois this weekend.

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BMW Championship Golf Betting Tips: The Bettingpro Team Share Their Best Bets at Conway Farms

The Bettingpro team share their best bets for the 2017 BMW Championship at Conway Farms Golf Club which from Thursday September 14 to Sunday September 17 with each of our writers making an each-way selection to help punters create a shortlist for the third FedEx Cup tournament.

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