HSBC Women's World Championship 2021 Betting Picks
Last week out in Hollywood after going winless in the shortened 2020 season, Brooke Henderson went on to win her 10th LPGA title at just 23 years old. She has now won the most professional golf tournaments by a Canadian on ANY major golf tour. In a different recap, just ignore my picks from last week, like they never happened. *uses MIB Neuralyzer*
Now we travel almost 9000 miles across the Pacific to Singapore to the first International LPGA event of the season. We are at The Sentosa Golf Club, where the winning score has been between -15 and -19 the last three years. Outside the Tournament of Champions, this is the first limited field event of the year with only 69 players. As always, whoever golfs their ball better than the field will have the best chance to win.
The new section I am adding to this article is guessing every week if Patrick H Perry would buy a polo from the course the tour stops at because of the logo. This week the answer is... YES.
25/1 & lower
Jin Young Ko - 6/1 (DK Sportsbook)
Yada.Yada,Yada. I know you’re rolling your eyes at me for backing the number one player in the world at short odds but in a limited field missing some of the other big names on tour, when she’s had one finish worse than 7th in the last eight starts. I think she wins. I’ll do my best to juice the odds later in the article. Remember though they are unadvisable doubles for a reason.
Hannah Green - 33/1 (DK Sportsbook)
The now 14th ranked player in the world, finished 3rd last week out in LA after posting (with a few others) the round of the day on Sunday with a 66. With two prior tour wins including a major closing isn't something foreign to her.
Jeongeun Lee6 - 33/1 (DK Sportsbook)
11th in her last appearance at this tournament. She popped up on the leaderboard last week after a few weeks of so, so finishes with a 7th place. She may be rounding back into form.
Mel Reid - 50/1 (PointsBet)
The first non major winner on the betting card this week. The 2020 Shoprite Classic winner has been progressively improving her finishes in each of the last four events. Leading to a 10th place finish last week.
Wei Ling Hsu - 100/1 (PointsBet)
Hsu has had two top tens in her last four events, where this gets interesting for me is looking at the others at 100/1 her top ten odds are a point and a half along with her top five odds being two points shorter than everyone else around her.
Marcus’ Unadvisable Doubles
Ko x Kokrak - 251/1
Ko x Rose - 321/1
Ko x Woodland - 566/1
Last week’s results
Inbee Park - 15th
Hannah Green - 3rd
Leona Maguire - MC
Nanna Madsen - 27th
Yu Liu - MC