This week there are three golf tournaments for punters to consider as the Hero Open takes place on the DP World Tour, the PGA Tour action comes from Detroit in the shape of the Rocket Mortgage Classic and there is an LIV Golf event in Bedminster.
Racing Post golf expert Steve Palmer is back from a brief break and has picked his winners for each event and they combine for an eye-watering 18,971/1 treble, which, as always, he recommends backing as an each-way bet.
18,971/1 Golf each-way treble
LIV Golf has been a controversial addition to the world of sport, but the Saudi-backed circuit has created an extra option for punters, meaning this week there are three decent male events to consider.
The opportunity for an each-way treble is too tempting to ignore and our three recommendations can combine for a huge 18,971/1 treble.
The trio of tournaments get underway with the Hero Open from Fairmont St Andrews, where 30/1 chance Hurly Long may continue his rise up the world rankings.
The 27-year-old German has established himself as a DP World Tour dangerman, posting six top-tens from February onwards, and he will fear nobody in the Hero Open line-up.
Fresh from fourth spot in the Barbasol Championship and seventh in the Barracuda Championship, Long should go close in the low-grade Fife affair.
Kevin Kisner can deliver leg two of the treble in the Rocket Mortgage Classic. Kisner, a four-time PGA Tour champion on offer at 35/1, won his last title on a Donald Ross-designed track.
He tackles another Ross creation this week – Detroit Golf Club – where Kisner has finished third and eighth in the last two Rocket Mortgage Classics.
This gritty character has bounced back into form at the perfect time to rocket up the Detroit leaderboard again.
Sixth place in the Travelers Championship was followed by 21st spot in the Open at St Andrews, where he fired a Saturday 65.
The player to bring home the treble can be the man Team USA used to rely on in the latter stages of Ryder Cups to hold his nerve when it mattered most – Patrick Reed.
The old Captain America has switched to LIV Golf and he finished third on his debut – in the Portland event.
Reed closed with a 67 in the Open last time out and looks good value at 16/1 for LIV Golf Bedminster.
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