Jordan Smith gave us a 40/1 winner in Germany last week but with no regular European Tour event on the schedule, attention turns Stateside for the WGC Bridgestone Invitational.
The third World Golf Championship event of the season takes place at Firestone Country Club in Akron, Ohio, with world number one Dustin Johnson defending his title.
Johnson is also seeking a third WGC title of 2017 after victories in Mexico and Texas and comes into the event on the back of a tie for eighth in the RBC Canadian Open last week.
The 33-year-old shot four rounds in the 60s at Glen Abbey having finished 54th in the Open on the back of consecutive missed cuts, so was understandably excited by rediscovering something like his top form.
“The golf game is there and I am really hitting it well,” he said. “I am definitely a lot more confident over the ball and am hitting the shots that I want to hit.”
All of which makes Johnson an attractive first selection at 10/1 behind joint favourites Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy.
Spieth is seeking a third straight victory after winning the Travelers Championship and Open Championship, while McIlroy is “defending” the title he won in 2014 after injury ruled him out the following year and 2016 saw a clash of dates with the French Open.
However, our next selection is available at the more attractive odds of 40/1 as he seeks a third win of the season, namely England’s Tommy Fleetwood.
Local favourite Fleetwood recovered from an opening 76 in the Open at Royal Birkdale to finish in a tie for 27th, the first time he had made the cut in his home major at the fourth attempt.
He is at a slight disadvantage in that he will be making his debut at Firestone, but the world number 15 ranks seventh in driving accuracy and first in greens in regulation on the European Tour – both key attributes to good scoring on a tight layout.
Our final selection made his Firestone debut last year and finished in a tie for third, American Kevin Chappell improving every day with rounds of 71, 70, 69 and 67 to finish three shots behind Johnson.
Chappell claimed his first PGA Tour title in Texas earlier this season and bounced back from successive missed cuts with a tie for eighth in Canada last week. He can be backed at 50/1.
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