Tour Championship Golf Tips And Preview – Fedex Cup 2015

Tour Championship Golf Tips And Preview – Fedex Cup 2015

by 23rd September 2015

Betting Preview And Golf Tips For The Tour Championship 2015

East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA – 24th – 27th September 2015

This year’s Fedex Cup climaxes with The Tour Championship to be held at East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA. It will feature the top 30 ranking players after the placings at the BMW Championship last week. The way the Fedex Cup points system works will see all 30 of the players able to win the huge $10,000,000 bonus jackpot. Not a bad incentive to play your best golf this week.
So with such a massive prize dangling in the players faces we are going to look into some tips for you and give you clues to the possible winner of this event. We picked five against the field in the BMW and tipped up Jason Day at very nice odds of 8/1. We hope you were on like we were, what of the other four tips we put up I here you ask well Zach Johnson gave us a good run for our money and eventually finished T13. Russell Knox and Danny Lee proved disappointing and finished down the field. As for Rory he had a solid Championship and finished 3rd so place money was won.

Well on to this weeks golf tips for the Tour Championship. It is only prudent to start in one place the current leader of the Fedex Cup standings Jason Day. His form figures in the Fedex Cup reads, as 1st, T12 and 1st. These stats have seen him overtake Rory Mcilroy and take the number one spot in the golf rankings. He looks set to increase the margin over his two nearest rivals, young guns Rory Mcilroy and Jordan Spieth. With five victories coming in such a short space of time this year it is hard to pass him over. Jason Day’s betting odds reflect the form he is in and is a best price 7/2.

Click to back Jason Day to win The Tour Championship with Betfair at odds of 7/2.

Our second tip see’s us having another go with Rory Mcilroy who although no match for the winner last week finished a fine 3rd. He will definitely want to go to the European Tour end of season finale The Race To Dubai having picked up a victory on the way. He currently leads the RTD standings from Danny Willett and Louis Oosthuizen. If Jason falters Rory will not need a second invitation and can be backed at odds of 13/2 with Unibet.

Click to back Rory Mcilroy to win the Tour Championship with Unibet at odds of 13/2.

Our final tip will see us looking at a possible upset, a golfer we feel is overpriced and will give us great value in a field of 29 (Jim Furyk has withdrawn due to injury). The golfer we feel has the best chance of getting at least a place is Daniel Berger.
After missing the cut in The Barclays he has gone on to record a T12 in the Deutsche Bank and a 2nd place finish in the BMW last week. With odds of 60/1 it could be like taking candy from a baby.

Click to back Daniel Berger Each Way to win the Tour Championship with Skybet at odds of 60/1.
Skybet are paying an extra place (5) on the Tour Championship this week all the other bookmakers are paying 4 places. Any e/way bets should be placed with Skybet to get maximum value.