Grip it n' rip it The PGA Tour's last stop this week in the form of the Children Miracle Network Classic, previously known as the Funai classic. As the golf betting season draws to a close, some players have 1 last chance to retain their cards this week at the Childrens Miracle Network and prepare yourself for a birdie shootout to earn those rights. Last year Davis love took down the Children's Miracle golf event with a whopping -25 under par finishing Walt Disney's Magnolia course with 2 64's. "Bombing" is the name of the game in this event and this week's golf picks and tips will be focused mainly on length from the tee and birdie making... click link for Childrens Miracle Network classic preview/picks

The Children's Miracle will be played on 2 courses at the Walt Disney resort - the Magnolia course and the Palm course. You couldn't get 2 dissimilar courses. 3 rounds will be played on the Magnolia which is over 7,500 yards long with pretty generous fairways and sizeable undulating greens, making distance off the tee and accurate approach play the premium. The Palm course plays under 7,000 yards and the premium is on accuracy with many holes being tree lined. Both courses have many water hazards.



FREE expert Children's Miracle VALUE Picks:
-0.75pts E/W Robert Garrigus @ 50/1 (Ladbrokes) The man with the smallest short stick in the world is anything but short off the tee averaging in excess of 312 yards and is just coming into form

-0.75pts E/W Steve Marino @ 33/1 (Ladbrokes) Horses for courses and the Magnolia coudn't be better suited to Marino's game. Marino makes more birdies than anyone on tour. VOID - Non Runner

-0.75pts E/W Bo Van Pelt @ 40/1(Ladbrokes) Bo collected Nic's Picks followers a sizeable payout earlier in the year with his win at the US Bank championship(tipped at 50/1) and being long off the tee, coming into form and no.1 in total birdies 2009, he looks a fantastic value pick this week @ 40's

-0.75pts E/W DJ Trahan @ 40/1 ( StanJames) Undoubtedly the form man over the fall series on the whole, let's hope the birdie and eagle machine can wrap up with a victory in florida

Sleeper Watch
-2.5pts Greg Owen Top 20 finish @ 4/1 (Sky Bet) English man has hit form in the fall series and has the game for this event as his record would show - looking back at the tournament's history, he features regularly on the leaderboards

-2pts John Merrick @ 4/1 (Sky Bet) Strange season for big hitting Merrick who seems to be appearing from nowhere and then disappearing into the wilderness again. 2 top 10's in the majors and a decent tournament 2 weeks ago makes me take notice though

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