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Back our massive 126/1 golf each-way double here!

Updated on 2:50pm GMT 23 April 2024
Back our massive 126/1 golf each-way double here!
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Both the DP World Tour and the PGA Tour are in action this week with the Stateside golf offering taking a different form with the two-man team event at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.

A total of 80 teams line up four two rounds of fourballs and two rounds of foursomes with Davis Riley and Nick Hardy defending the title they claimed at TPC Louisiana 12 months ago.

Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele, who were fourth last year as defending champions, are favourites, closely followed by an interesting team of Ryder Cup heroes, Rory McIlroy and Shane Lowry.

The DPWT action takes place in Japan with the ISPS Handa Championship taking place at the Taiheiyo Club in Gotemba for the first time.

South African Christiaan Bezuidenhout leads the market closely followed by Farmers Insurance Open champion Matthieu Pavon, but the course is a regular fixture on the Japan Tour so a strong home challenge is expected.

Our betting expert Ian Wilkerson has an each-way double that could pay out at 126/1.

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Zurich Classic of New Orleans winners prediction – Sahith Theegala & Will Zalatoris at 15/2

The fact the Masters was followed by one of the PGA Tour’s designated events means many of the biggest names are taking a break this week, but that provides opportunities for others and Sahith Theegala and Will Zalatrois are in the sort of form that suggests a strong team at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.

Theegala found only the unstoppable Scottie Scheffler too strong for him at last week’s RBC Heritage and that was his fifth top-ten finish of the year.

Zalatoris continues to make progress too after missing a large portion of 2023 with a back injury.

Those issues seem to be behind him now and while his Heritage campaign faded after a promising start, he was ninth at the Masters and has also performed well at other big tournaments, claiming top-five spots at the Genesis Invitational and the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

He flourished in this unusual format when he was fourth alongside Riley two years ago and could have partnered him again last year had he not been injured, so that should provide extra motivation.

ISPS Handa Championship winner prediction – Keita Nakajima at 14/1

The Gotemba course at the Taiheiyo Club is a typically tight Japanese track where accuracy and course management are key and while Bezuidenhout and Pavon deserve their place at the top of the market, it looks likely there will be a strong home challenge.

The chances are it will be led by Keita Nakajima, who leads the money list on the Japan Tour and claimed a four-shot victory in the last DP World Tour event, the Indian Open, at the end of March.

Nakajima is 23 but already has a wealthof experience and the knowledge he has gleaned from playing the Taiheiyo Masters, an event that has been played on the Japan Tour since 1977 at this venue, should give him a boost.

He demonstrated in Delhi that he can be a force at DPWT level and while his 20th on his course outing last year may not be spectacular, he was third here in 2020 and is capable of playing well again.

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