Henrik Stenson makes the trip for the first time and one can not be too enthused at supporting him at 7/1. The test might suit but with the quality of the field in behind I'd maybe wait for a better opportunity to back the Swede. Others around the top of the market like Matsuyama, Grace and Garcia all have the ability to play well here although it is a hard job to choose between them.
Sandwiching those fellas is a man in red hot form who will be our first bet. Kevin Na is the form player in the field and I feel he will take some beating around a course he likes. He finished tied 2nd here last year and with two second placed finishes in his locker the last two weeks he is the most likely winner in the field for me. As you know, I'm not one for quoting many stats as many are compromised, but Na is in 10th place on tour on par 4 scoring which seems to be a decent stat in this event. He is playing the best golf in the field and perhaps this course suits him even better than the last two on tour. As I stated two weeks ago he loves this time of year with solid results, as has been shown the last two weeks once again. His all round game is in very good nick and that should marry well onto this course.