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Back the Brits in Bermuda

PGA Tour heads to Port Royal GC for Next Stop

An international field tees off in the Butterfield Bermuda Championship as the PGA Tour stops off at the North Atlantic island.

Due to the travel needed, the top players have opted to give it a miss. However, bettors can still back the likes of Matthew Fitzpatrick, Patrick Reed, Mito Pereira and former Masters winner Danny Willett.

Butterfield Bermuda Championship
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The European charge looks strong and there is excellent value with Bermuda Championship golf odds.

Fitzpatrick Seeking Double

Fitzpatrick won the Andalucia Masters two weeks ago and he’s looking to record back-to-back victories.

The 27-year-old has yet to win on the PGA Tour, but the Bermuda Championship plays more like a European Tour event.

He battled the tough conditions at Valderrama and he could face wind again. He’s used to playing in tough conditions, so playing in Bermuda shouldn’t pose any problems for the Englishman.

Fitzpatrick was thrilled with the win and looks for more tour victories.

“Amazing,” Fitzpatrick told GolfChannel. “Particularly the way I did it. I was very patient all day, didn’t try to press anything, stuck to our targets and managed to make all the putts in the end. I’m delighted with the win.”

— Bettinardi Golf UK (@BettinardiUK) October 18, 2021

The sportsbook has Fitzpatrick at +1200 to win. It’s a fair price for the form golfer of the field, and if he plays well in the first round, those odds will firm into a single-figure quote.

He is best-suited by the conditions, so we wouldn’t leave him off our tickets.

Pick: Matthew Fitzpatrick +1200

Patrick Reed Brings the Class

It hasn’t been an easy year for Patrick Reed. He got very sick before getting left off the U.S. Ryder Cup team, but we expect him to take it on the chin.

Captain America is resilient, and although he didn’t play well last week at the CJ Cup, he was facing the best players in the world.

His form isn’t up to scratch but it might not have to be. The 31-year-old can beat this field and bettors get odds worth taking.

Reed is on the third line of betting at +2000, which is excellent value. He is a proven big-time player who can’t be counted out.

Pick: Patrick Reed +2000

Danny Willett is Willing

There is plenty to like about the form of Danny Willett. He went through a rough period after his Masters win, but he is bouncing back in style.

He won the Alfred Dunhill Championship earlier this month and it turned around some moderate form. Willett made the cut at the PGA Championship, but his play on the weekend wasn’t good.

“I’ve just come through a couple of years of average stuff,” Willett said. “Again. I seem to do that quite a lot, go up and down. But I’ve been working hard. People don’t necessarily see what goes on behind the scenes. So this is a good one for me.”

It was his first win since the 2019 BMW PGA Championship, so he comes alive when the big tournaments roll around. This isn’t a big tournament, but he’ll be keen to show some of the PGA Tour players how the Europeans do business.

He is a player that enjoys travelling, and we think he’s another player who will enjoy the conditions. He’s a relaxed player and the atmosphere in Bermuda should help.

Betting online markets have Willett at +4000. He was paying +3000, but his odds have drifted since markets opened. We’re not too worried about the drift and bettors should be confident.

Pick: Danny Willett +4000

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