This week’s free golf tips

After a profitable NFL season with an ROI of 14.81% Russ Yershon is back! This time Russ will be giving us weekly golf pics from the European and US PGA Tour main events.

The content will be completely free of charge until at least September, and I hope that you find it both enjoyable and, of course, profitable!


The Memorial Tournament (Thursday 1st June to Sunday 4th June)

The PGA Tour heads to Ohio for The Memorial Tournament this week and the big guns are once again lining up to win the $3million prize.

Scottie Scheffler is performing so consistently this year with a tied 3rd last week at the Charles Schwab challenge, tied 2nd in the PGA Championship and tied 5th in the Byron Nelson. This is some performance from the world’s number one, and he is once again favourite at a generally available 13/2.

This Jack Nicklaus course is a tough test which will challenge all the top golfers this week as straight drives are needed, with an excellent short game as well as excellent accuracy. The winner this week will also have to be spot on with their putting game as the greens will be tough to read given the nature of the course.

A player we have tipped in previous weeks is a player to watch again in Patrick Cantlay. Winner at this course in 2019 and 2021, Cantlay is 10/1 to land a third title in five years. He is another player who has shown a lot of consistency this year, but his putter has let him down at crucial occasions.

John Rahm is second favourite to win here and was the winner in 2020. Rahm is one to follow this week for sure after his Masters’ win earlier this season and he is well rested having picked and chosen his activity, so comes in fresh this week.

Rory Mcllory and Xander Schaufelle are 14/1 generally in the betting but with Mcllroy not in good form, he is one to pass on this week. Schaufelle went to close at Wells Fargo finishing runner up and he may well be in the running come the final day.

Others to note are runner up from 2021 Colin Morikawa, who is one of the most accurate players on the tour. At 25/1 with Unibet playing 6 places, he is definitely one at a bigger price who can be in the mix on Sunday. Finally, Hideki Matsuyama is 35/1 with bet365 and another hugely accurate player and one who has gone under the radar. Winner in 2014 and once his A game is on, he is tough to stop.

Best Each-Way Odds

Looking at the best each-way odds in the market, we have 1/6 the odds 12 places with Coral, 1/5 the odds 10 places with Ladbrokes, and SkyBet offer 1/5 the odds 8, 10 and 12 places.


All bets are recommended each-way

John Rahm @ 15/2 with Coral (1/5 the odds, 8 places) – 1.5pts e/w

John Rahm comes into this tournament fresh and in great form. He won the Masters this year and has previously won this event so knows the course well and ready to secure another title in what has been a brilliant year so far. Expect Rahm to be in the mix at the business end.

Colin Morikawa @ 25/1 with William Hill (1/5 the odds, 6 places) – 1pt e/w

Being one of the most accurate players on the PGA Tour will give Morikawa a great chance of challenging for the title this week at The Memorial Tournament. Morikawa is due a big performance and this is a great chance for him to give just that.

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