Golf Betting: Sony Open Tips Guide - Hot flat stick required at Waialae

It's chalk and cheese as the 2nd leg of the Aloha swing sees the 1st full field event of the season at the Sony Open

Sony Open Tips guide

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Sony Open target player profile:

Experienced, accurate players, that are strong in trade winds tend to be the prominent theme at Sony Open leaderboards. A hot putter gets the job done here. Go low.

Sony Open course - Waialae - Par 70, 7044 yards

Key features:

Sparse palm treelined bushy track with narrow fairways and spongy bermuda rough. Some Dog-legs. Small bermuda surfaces with mown areas, shallow bunkers or sticky bermuda rough greenside. Strong winds.

Premium on:

Accuracy and positioning off the tee. Putting. Par 4 performance.

Sony Open key metric performance

Driving accuracy leaders at the 2019 Sony Open

Birdie or Better conversion % rate at the 2019 Sony Open

Potential ones to watch at the 2020 Sony Open (if committed to field) are the likes of Rory Sabbitini, Brian Gay and Brian Harman who all returned to form with a bang last year. Of the noobs, Collin Morikawa should be well suited to Waialae too, while Scottie Sheffler would love the Sony Open birdie fest. Players that played throughout the turn of the year in Aus and that played at Kapalua always have the edge at the Sony Open. Strong wind efficiency is a big positive too.

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Sony Open Rankings top 10 vs the field
(est. win odds to 100%)

1. Justin Thomas 4/1
2. Patrick Reed 10/1
3. Hideki Matsuyama 12/1
4. Collin Morikawa 16/1
5. Joaquin Niemann 16/1
6. Matt Kuchar 20/1
7. Webb Simpson 20/1
8. Kevin Kisner 20/1
9. Abraham Ancer 25/1
10. Cameron Smith 25/1

Sony Open Tips

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Featured tip: Collin Morikawa 20/1 ew debuted at Kapalua last week and finished a creditable 7th given inexperience of the course and the pressure from a lot of family members out there. This is a plus for Morikawa and as mentioned above, he should be well suited to the Waialae test. His best finishes so far are in shoot outs like the John Deers, and the 3M Open, and his win came at the Stableford at Barracuda. He ranks 33rd in par 4 performance and 26th in birdie or better %

Tip 2: Joaquin Niemann 33/1 EW
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Tip 4: members email only

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Sony Open 3 to trade

The three to trade is a new feature where I put up some outside fancies on Betfair that i think could come in significantly odds wise in play, giving us the option to trade out for some profit. You can see my how to: trading guide here

This week's three to trade for the sony Open will be Andrew Putnam 80.00, Brian gay 200.0.00 and Zach Johnson 180.0. The play is backing them on Betfair with the hope to trade them in play later in the tournament if going well. See my or Betfair how to: trading guides (previous links) if you need to know more about backing to lay selections and trading golf. Click image below to see the Sony Betfair market (desktop)

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