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Nigel Seeley’s three from the tee for the Waste Management Phoenix Open

Nigel Seeley 29 Jan 2019
General view of the 12th hole at TPC Scottsdale (credit:Credit by bettingpro)

Waste Management Phoenix Open betting tips for this week. Read on for our expert tips for the Waste Management Phoenix Open taking place at Scottdale's Stadium Course in Arizona.

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Waste Management Phoenix Open


It’s the ‘People’s Tournament’ this week on the PGA Tour with the Waste Management Phoenix Open from Scottdale's Stadium Course.

This is an event where the crowd are allowed to be at their most vocal and it's not one that most players can handle, so past experience and good form in the desert is essential.

The tournament favourite this week is not surprisingly Spain's in-form Jon Rahm at a general 7/1. Rahm loves desert golf and is a graduate from Arizona State University and with a 5th, 6th and 11th finish in his three starts at this event, he's sure to be in the mix, but despite his great record and his fantastic current form he doesn't win enough form me as he should and at 7/1 he's no value for me.

Justin Thomas leads the home challenge and is the tournament second favourite at 9/1 and with a best finish at Scottsdale of 17th and with some course specialists in the field, Thomas is not someone that I would want to be taking at the short prices.

Three From The Tee


Hideki Matsuyama @ 12/1 bet365
* Odds correct at 12:46 GMT on 29/1/2019

Hideki Matsuyama. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)


My headline selection this week is Japan's HIDEKI MATSUYAMA at the general 12/1.

There is no player in the field who boasts a better recent record at Scottsdale than Matsuyama having won this event twice before.

Last year he carded an opening round 69, but was forced to retire during round two with a wrist injury and his scoring average after 17 rounds here is a very impressive 67.41.

Matsuyama is one of the straightest hitters on Tour and that is essential at this venue and after an impressive start to the new season, with the highlight a third finish at the Farmers last week he looks too good to miss.



Phil Mickelson @ 25/1 Ladbrokes

Phil Mickelson. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)


Another who thrives on the crowd participation at this event is Tour veteran PHIL MICKELSON and the three times winner is well worth taking at 25/1 with Ladbrokes to win his fourth title in the desert.

Mickelson, loves this event and he loves desert golf as he showed win finishing runner-up in his last start at the Desert Classic and with 30 appearances at this event multiple wins and no worse than a 16th finish in his last three starts another good showing is expected from the main man at this event.

Patton Kizzire @ 100/1 bet365
* Odds correct at 12:46 GMT on 29/1/2019

Patton Kizzire. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)


My final selection is PATTON KIZZIRE who is consistently overlooked by the layers and odds of 100/1 with bet365 don't give this big hitter the credit he deserves.

We've tipped Kizzire in this column a couple of times this season and he has always given us a great run for our money.

At the end of last season he won the QBE shootout and with four top 15 finishes in his last five starts he again looks overlooked by the layers and at a massive price despite missing the cut in his last start at the Desert Classic he has to be on the shortlists.


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