Golf Betting Tips: Martin Matthews Previews Zozo Championship, Shares Top Bets


Golf Betting Tips: Martin Matthews Previews Zozo Championship, Shares Top Bets

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Golf enthusiasts, gear up for the ZOZO Championship in Japan, where Martin Matthews provides an exciting preview and top bets for this event. Check out his tips below.

Golf Betting Tips: Zozo Championship

  • Sahith Theegala – 2pts each way at 20/1 (Paddy Power/Betfair 1/5 1,2,3,4,5,6,7)
  • Joel Dahmen – 1pt each way at 66/1 (Paddy Power/Betfair 1/5 1,2,3,4,5,6,7)
  • Cameron Champ – 1pt each way at 55/1 (Paddy Power/Betfair 1/5 1,2,3,4,5,6,7)
  • Ryo Hisatsune – 1pt each way at 100/1 (Sky Bet 1/5 1,2,3,4,5,6)

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After a Vegas stint on the West Coast, the PGA Tour now ventures East, all the way to Japan for the annual ZOZO Championship. This event has returned to Japan in 2021 after the pandemic-forced relocation to California in 2020.

This year marks the fourth time the tournament is played at the Narashino CC, a par-70 course located about 25 miles outside of Tokyo. The field includes home favorite Hideki Matsuyama and several star American golfers. However, the recent Ryder Cup performance leaves a question mark on their “game sharpness.” For some, this tournament might be their only outing before January. Martin Matthews is taking a more calculated risk by looking further down the betting list at four promising players.

Sahith Theegala

Matthews begins his picks with Theegala, who impressed last year with a fifth-place finish in this event. Theegala’s liking for tree-lined courses and his recent win at Silverado make him a strong contender.

Cameron Champ

Despite being a big hitter, Champ managed an eighth-place finish at Narashino CC last year. He’s recently shown signs of improvement, and this time of year seems to suit his game.

Joel Dahmen

Dahmen, a shorter and accurate hitter, finished 16th at Narashino CC last year and has been building momentum in recent weeks. His strong ball striking and potential for windy conditions make him a solid choice.

Ryo Hisatsune

A Japanese player with promising stats, Hisatsune won his maiden DP World Tour title recently. His tee-to-green skills and past success at Narashino CC make him an exciting prospect in front of the home crowd.

Posted at 0930 BST on 17/10/23

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