WGC Cadillac in-play - Bo to go low?

I've been talking on twitter this morning about how much Tiger's presence on the leaderboard still affects market prices (overly,IMO) and for me there are lot's of potentially exploitable prices over the next two rounds at Doral.

Phil Mickelson (16.0) is lurking ominously only 1 shot back and says his mission this week is to keep it in play and he will be using 3 wood for the majority. A Phil Mickelson playing from the fairway is a serious dangerman in anyone's book.

Bo Van Pelt is known for going low and at just two shots back, a quote of 50.0 for me is huge. He can do it on all types of courses, posting the low round of the tournament (64) at the 2012 Masters and recently hit a 59 at the pro-am in Phoenix.

Trading plan: Dutch 4 units on both: 1 unit on Bo and 3 units on Mickelson. Look to lay back 4 units if either hit 6.0 on the exchanges and then green up between holes 54-64 should they continue to run well.

Please note that you should use this strategy as a guide and adjust it to suit your own style.

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