The two main tours collide in China this week for the WGC-HSBC Champions tournament. The top two players in the world are not in the line-up but it is still a star-studded field with Luke Donald at the head of the market (Donald – 10/1 Tournament Outright).
The European Tour has begun its annual autumn trip to the Far East with the players now in China for the BMW Open. All but one of Europe’s victorious Ryder Cup team will tee it up in Shanghai on Thursday and there is a familiar name at the head of the market (Rory McIlroy – 9/2f Tournament Outright).
The PGA Tour heads to Georgia this week for the McGladrey Classic, the third of the Fall Series Events. While there is a sense that the season is winding down stateside, a couple of US Ryder Cup stars have re-emerged after licking their wounds to boost the field and Zach Johnson heads the market (Johnson 12/1 Tournament Outright).
This week’s ISPS Perth International sees the likes of Jason Dufner, Charl Schwartzel and Bo Van Pelt all well fancied to finish on top of a field largely made up of relative unknowns from the Australian PGA Tour.
The Fall Series continues on Thursday as the PGA Tour moves to San Martin in California for the Frys.com Open. None of the defeated US Ryder Cup players are in the line-up but European hero and 18/1 shot Nicolas Colsaerts will tee it up hoping to inflict more misery on the home players.
After the excitement of the 2012 Ryder Cup, the European Tour returns on Thursday with the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. Three of Jose Maria Olazabal’s victorious dozen are on show but it is South African Louis Oosthuizen who is favourite to land the title (Oosthuizen 14/1 Tournament Outright).
All eyes will be on Medinah Country Club near Chicago this weekend when Europe and USA battle it out again for the Ryder Cup, but can Jose Maria Olazabal’s side retain the famous trophy or will home advantage tell for the Americans?
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