26 May 2013
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There doesn't seem to be a lot of agreement between the bookmakers and the pundits on the favourites for this week's Crowne Plaza Invitational.
With Tiger Woods and most of the World's Top 10 taking the week off, Jason Day is this week's Byron Nelson favourite.
After his back to back victories in the last two European Tour events Brett Rumford, the seasoned, hitherto Australian journeyman turned star, will have surprised even himself by rocketing to the top of the Race To Dubai standings.
Last year's Open Championship venue Royal Lytham & St Annes is getting ready to welcome the world of golf again.
Branden Grace, a four-time winner on the European Tour last year, is being treated with great respect by the bookmakers ahead of his defence of the Volvo China Open - despite the fact that he has still to win this year.
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The bookmakers have rightly installed England's Justin Rose as their 12/1 favourite to win this week's Zurich Classic of New Orleans - but don't discount the chances of Jason Dufner.
If Sergio Garcia can produce some more of the magical golf he did at Augusta National last week he must have a strong chance of winning this week's Spanish Open.
The statistics from the 2013 Masters provide an interesting look into how Adam Scott won and the 14-year-old Tianlang Guan survived.
Fifty years after the first of Jack Nicklaus' record six Masters victories and on the 30th anniversary of Seve Ballesteros' second Green Jacket, golf's finest are once more gathering at Augusta National.
One of the strangest anomalies in the world of golf right now is its massively contrasting mens' and womens' world ranking lists.
- Kuchar looks steady at Colonial
- Canizares has slender lead
- Lennarth has one-shot lead
- Lennarth shows the way in Holland
- Cochran, Perry lead by two
- Bowie Young shares Bahamas lead
- Kuchar hits the front at Colonial
- Molinari leads at Wentworth
- No hat-trick for Donald
- Weather plays havoc in the Bahamas
- Garcia hopes for Tiger talks