Trades and betting angle for the API

I'm not usually one for early weather forecasts or reports but it does seem fairly certain that the AM wave will see a significant advantage at Bay Hill this year. Bay Hill is a course that generally plays significantly softer in the AM and with winds set to double up to 20mph at times later in the day, the early starters are the focus. It's usually cold early doors and the ball doesn't travel as far so targeting the longer hitters is the way forward. Run offs around the Bay Hill greens will make it very tough for players approaching the surfaces in strong winds. Another thing to note for this reason is that up to 40% of approaches here regularly are played from over 200 yards.

Rather than the usual 3 to trade, I'm going to put up 5 players and also suggest
>> backing them EW in the 1st round leader market
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The 5 players I'm trading on Betfair are:

>> Charl Schwartzel 120.00
>> Maverick McNealy 160.00
>> Harold Varner 250.00
>> Sam Burns 500.00
>> Danny Lee 440.00

All are from the early wave and as well as potential trades on Betfair I'm on EW in the 1st round leader markets. As always I generally start looking at laying some back after 18 and mainly through 36 and 54 holes if any are going well

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