Having been redesigned by DA Weibring in 2008 the TPC Four Seasons course hosts this event for the sixth time in succession. Ability to play the par 4s well is an asset here as is ability to play in the strong breeze which is expected to blow this week.
OUTRIGHT: Marc Leishman, 0.5 pts win and place 25/1
Leishman has hit rich vein of form recently. Indeed he has few peers in terms of current form with consecutive top ten finishes in his last three outings. Furthermore this young Aussie's ability to play in the strong breeze which is expected to blow this week.
OUTRIGHT: Jimmy Walker, 0.5 pts win and place 35/1
Walker's form has taken a massive leap forward this year in terms of consistency (he has made his last 22 consecutive cuts, best on Tour) so he arrives in his own backyard in good form and filled with confidence. He does have a decent record here finishing inside the top-30 in 2010 and can play well in the breeze so is worthy of support on the basis of improvement in his general play and the fact he is currently tied 1st in the relevant par-4 scoring stat.
OUTRIGHT: Jordan Speith, 0.5 pts win and place 40/1
Local boy Spieth performed well here in finishing T16th as an amateur in 2010 so may well arrive here with some positive mental associations. He has been in good form in his rookie season on the PGA Tour with three top-10 finishes already including a runner-up finish in Puerto Rico, a result suggesting he can play well in a breeze. He ought to be supported at these odds in a relatively weak field here in his home state.
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