Another strong field tee off on the European Tour this week. Ross Fisher is the man in form after a stretch of strong finishes, but Bernd Wiesberger is the bookie’s favourite at 16/1.
One thing that’s noticeable from last year’s standings is the predictability. Out of the top 20 or so players in the field, not many finished outside the top 25.
With Europe trailing by three points heading into the final session, they need a red hot, Rory inspired start to have any chance of keeping the Cup out of those American hands. With some comfortable winners already in the bag, here is how I see the singles matches going (I’ve displayed decimal odds from betfair – e.g. 3=2/1, 1.8=0.8/1): Continue reading “Sunday Singles”
Having already previewed the event itself and given some suggestions as to the overall winner, here I will delve a bit deeper into the different markets available. First Out on Sunday Singles I’ll start with Europe. At first glance, there seems to be a fool proof way to profit from this. Not since Paul Casey in 2004 has a rookie lead the Sunday line so we … Continue reading Ryder Cup – Market Suggestions