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Sony Open Betting: Niemann Looks Capable Of Getting A Second Win In Hawaii

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The PGA Tour will stay in Hawaii this week with players involved in the Sony Open which is the second event of the new year. Below you will find all the best golf betting tips on the Sony Open together with our analysis on this exciting tournament taking place at Waialae County Club. You will also find the best offers from bookmakers on this intriguing event.

Last year the tournament was won by Matt Kuchar who finished at 22-under 258, which was the third-lowest total in Waialae history. The Sony Open is the largest charity golf event in Hawaii and was established in 1999.

Sony Open Betting Tips | Thursday 9th-12th, January 2020

Munoz has excellent recent form on similar courses

Latin American Munoz is a recent winner (September) and has also been in action last week. He has been in great form on correlating courses so surely worth considering him for an each-way bet at 66/1. He finished seventh at the Greenbrier before winning at Sanderson Farms and also landed a third place at the RSM Classic in November. 

He has played at Waialae already last year and had two 65s shot and tied 10th. He was also solid at the Sentry TOC where he finished in midfield (17th out of 34). Surely that provided to him a nice warm-up and at 66/1 looks a very interesting each-way option if you are looking for a new year bang. 

After all, an Argentine (Gomez) won this tournament in 2016. Now we are hoping that another South American, a Colombian to be precise, will do the same. 

Our Verdict: Sebastian Munoz (Each-Way) To Win South African Open

A £10 Bet On The Selection Above Returns:

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Top Betting Offers To Take Advantage Of In The Sony Open

Niemann is on fire

For many golf punters, the Sony Open is still the first full-field event of the year. Here we will find many players who didn’t take part in last week Sentry Tournament of Champions, and that will have to dust off the clubs after a long period of break. 

Comparing to the past tough, players are coming to those events already match fit, and it is interesting to note new patters that are starting to develop as a result. Four of the last six winners of the Sony Open had already won in the same wraparound season. That happened to the likes of Matt Kuchar, Patton Kizzire, Justin Thomas and Jimmy Walker. 

So when looking for a potential winner of the 2020 Sony Open, our first job is to take a closer look to the winners so far in the 2019/2020 season that will compete here this week. 

Events like the Bermuda and RSM Classic are also relevant as they are played on seaside tracks with grainy greens like this one. Another important thing to note is that 15 of the last 21 winners of the Sony Open, had played the previous week’s event the Sentry TOC. The list of potential winners is, therefore, narrowing down nicely and the first to grab our attention is Joaquin Niemann who is available at 35/1. 

He has won the Greenbrier tournament and also played some top-notch golf last week in the Sentry Tournament of Champions where he finished in fifth place. In the President Cup, he only managed half a point, but he was against some classy opponents. He hasn’t been playing here before, but that shouldn’t be the cause of concern, and surely he is a great option for this week. 

Our Verdict: Joaquin Niemann To Win Sony Open

A £10 Bet On The Selection Above Returns:

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BookieReturnBet Here
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Course Details

Par 70, 7,044 yards

Stroke index in 2019 – 68.92

The Waialae is a short, tree-lined and wind-affected course with small Bermuda Greens. Water is only on three holes and there have been a couple of changes to the course before last year’s edition. The fairway bunker was removed on the 10th and also the green was doubled in size. 

Scores can vary significantly depending mostly on how strong the wind is blowing. Last week the wind was blowing in the Sestry TOC, and early forecasts are predicting blustery conditions for this week as well.

Last Five Winners

2019 – Matt Kuchar -22
2018 – Patton Kizzire -17 (playoff)
2017 – Justin Thomas -27
2016 – Fabian Gomez -20 (playoff)
2015 – Jimmy Walker -23