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Golf supremo Steve Palmer is back again this week to give us a tasty double teeing off in the early hours of Thursday with the Alfred Dunhill Championship, following by the QBE Shootout on Friday.
Steve Palmer’s 64/1 eachway golf double
Alfred Dunhill Championship winner prediction – Christiaan Bezuidenhout
Christiaan Bezuidenhout can lead a 64/1 double this week as he tees up in his homeland for the Alfred Dunhill Championship.
The 9/1 chance skipped the South African Open last week, allowing him to freshen up for his Alfred Dunhill title defence.
Bezuidenhout won at this week’s venue – Leopard Creek – by a four-shot margin when the tournament was last staged (2020). His last seven events in South Africa have yielded form figures of 1-15-1-1-6-5-3 – a streak of success which included a five-shot victory in the South African Open at the end of 2020.
Louis Oosthuizen is the highest-ranked player in the Alfred Dunhill line-up, but he is winless for four years. Bezuidenhout has won three DP World Tour titles in that period and has been in rock-solid recent form, with fifth place in the Nedbank Challenge last month followed by third spot in the Joburg Open.
QBE Shootout winner prediction – Harris English & Matt Kuchar
Bezuidenhout, who tees off early on Thursday morning, can be paired with the most successful team in QBE Shootout history – Harris English and Matt Kuchar.
The pairs event starts on Friday and the deadly combination of English and Kuchar is looking to win it for a fourth time.
The 11/2 pokes won the QBE Shootout on their debut in 2013, carding a 34-under-par total to triumph by seven shots. They smashed their own record with a 37-under-par masterclass in 2020 for a nine-shot success.
As well as their hat-trick of victories, English and Kuchar have twice been runners-up, so they boast an incredible record from just seven appearances.
The dynamic duo are a total of 206 under par for their 21 rounds at the Tiburon GC venue and this week they face arguably the worst QBE line-up in history. Trust the Kings of the QBE to dominate again.
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