Deutsche Bank Championship Odds & Betting Tips

Deutsche Bank Championship Odds & Betting Tips

The Fed Ex Cup is down to 100 players this week as the tour heads to Boston for the Deutsche Bank Championship. Tiger Woods had 2 good rounds last week and heads the betting but there are value odds available as ever. Genie is here with his weekly golf betting tips guide.

Key Betting Information

The event takes place at the TPC Boston and has done since its inception in 2003. Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Steve Stricker and Adam Scott are the former winners in the field. The course is a par 71 and is 7,214 yards long. It was shortened by Brad Faxon by 200 yards 2 years ago. There is a 600 yard par 5 and a 485 yard par 4 but otherwise not being the longest of hitters should not affect your chances greatly.

Most bookmakers are paying a quarter the odds for the top 5 places.

Players To Watch

Tiger is slowly coming back to form but his inconsistency is still to great to consider the 8/1 on offer. Phil Mickelson is really struggling of late also.

Let’s move our attention to Jeff Overton. 5 top 3 finishes on tour this year have shown that this guy is the real deal. He underwhelmed last week at the Barlclays and at the PGA Championship. Jeff is available at juicy odds of 70/1 with Bet365 and Victor Chandler. Give Jeff a mid range iron and you won’t find many more accurate. Jeff ranks 3rd on tour in 2010 for ‘Par 4 birdie or better’ ranking. He is 7th on the money ranking list for 2010 despite not having a win to his name.

Genie’s second betting tip this weekend is Nick Watney. Probably the silkiest putting stroke on tour and we are looking at a player who has been in excellent form of late. A bad day at the office on the final day of the PGA Championship can be forgiven and let’s just hope it won’t happen again. Watney is available at odds of 60/1 with Paddy Power and is strongly fancied to contend this weekend.

Accuracy and good putting is the order of the day on this course and 2 Englishmen tick both boxes. Ian Poulter and Luke Donald showed glimpses of their promise last Sunday and expect the birdiefest to continue. Donald is the more consistent performer of the 2 and is having a fantastically consistent season. He has had his share of leaderboard time this year and is worth a look in the e/w market at 50/1. The 80/1 available on Poulter from Ladbrokes has turned my head here. Poults is starting to look like his old self after a poor Summer.

Jeremy Chapman Tips

Jeremy Chapman’s golf betting tips for the Deutsche Bank Champiosnhip are:

Tiger Woods 3pts @ 8/1 – PP, Bet365, Lads, VC Bet & Will Hill.

Dustin Johnson 1pt e/w @ 20/1 Bet 365.

Steve Stricker 1pt e/w @ 12/1 – General.

Angel Cabrera 0.5pt e/w @ 66/1 General.

Justin Rose 0.5pt e/w @ 66/1 Stan James.

Steve Palmer Tips

Steve Palmer’s didn’t publish any golf betting tips this week.

Betting Tips Summary

Genie is proposing a mixed bag of golf betting tips to perform well this weekend at the Deutsche Bank Championship. Odds are quite high but these players are primed to make a good run at victory.

€15e/w on Nick Watney at 60/1 with Paddy Power

€10 e/w Ian Poulter at 80/1 with Ladbrokes

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