Steve Palmer’s LIV Golf Tucson tips and best bets for the last round
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Matthew Wolff wins LIV Golf Tucson
1 point per stretch 14-1 Coral, Ladbrokes
Sergio Garcia and Matthew Wolff double prognosis
1 point per stretch 40-1 bet365
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Marc Leishman, a 40-1 general chance for LIV Golf Tucson ante-post, has become a 2-1 favorite with 18 holes to play after taking a two-shot lead at The Gallery GC, Arizona.
The Australian, who is seeking his first LIV golf win, has scored 11 under par over the first 36 holes. His compatriot Cameron Smith started the event as a favorite but is tied for 34th in the field of 48 and is ten strokes behind on Sunday.
Sergio Garcia is alone in second place, with Louis Oosthuizen leading a four-way tie for third place. Dustin Johnson is in 27th place, nine strokes behind.
-11 Marc Leishman
-9 Sergio Garcia
-8 Louis Oosthuizen, Charles Howell, Cameron Tringale, Brendan Steele
-7 Danny Lee, Matthew Wolff, Kevin Na
2 M Leishman, 5 S Garcia, 7 C Howell, 8 L Oosthuizen, 10 B Steele, 14 M Wolff, C Tringale, 25 bar
LIV Golf Tucson Finals Preview
Marc Leishman has never been the best closer of tournaments and the mild-mannered Aussie makes little appeal at short prizes for LIV Golf Tucson.
Louis Oosthuizen is playing through injury to rake in as much LIV dollars as possible this season. A tendon in his left arm is “hanging by a thread”, but an operation would mean the end of his 2023 season.
The most attractive of those in the middle of the action is Sergio Garcia, a two-time winner of prestigious DP World Tour events in the desert. The former Masters champion, who has an enticing 5-1 chance, will be calculating his chances from just two shots down on Leishman. However, there is a slight preference for the 14-1 over Matthew Wolff.
Since establishing himself on the LIV circuit, Wolff has displayed the brilliance of the ball stroke that made him a major contender at a young age. A cold putter has kept the Californian from clinching trophies, but any warm-up on the flat stick should mean instant success as it exudes confidence from tee to green.
From just four strokes off pace, expect a last-round attack from Wolff. Coral and Ladbrokes offer each-way terms of one-fifth the odds, the top three places. The 40-1 over a dual Garcia-Wolff prognosis is noticeable enough to deserve a small tickle. With Leishman wagging a $4 million check in front of him, Garcia and Wolff should be in close proximity.
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