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Located in Naples, Florida, Tiburón Golf Club features two 18-hole, Greg Norman-designed golf courses, the Gold and the Black.

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About Tiburón Golf Club

Tiburón Golf Club, offering two Greg Norman-designed golf courses, was carved from 800 acres of prime Southwest Florida real estate. The courses reflect Norman’s appreciation for pristine natural settings and his passion for great golf. The Black and The Gold courses contain a combination of stacked sod-wall bunkers and tricky coquina waste bunkers.

Tiburón features a 27,000-square-foot Mediterranean-style clubhouse with fine dining, private member locker rooms and lounge areas, and a fully-equipped golf shop. The member-only Fitness and Health Club offers state-of-the-art cardiovascular and strength training equipment, a spacious aerobics room, massage treatment rooms, men’s and women’s locker rooms, steam rooms and a club room for private functions.

Certified as an Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary by Audubon International, Tiburón reflects a strong commitment to enhancing and protecting the natural resources. Tiburón Golf Club at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort, Naples, annually hosts the Franklin Templeton Shootout, the LPGA CME TOUR Championship and is home to the Tiburón Golf Academy and Tiburón Golf Performance Group, featuring top industry professionals in golf instruction, custom club fitting and building, sports psychology and fitness.

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  • 2019 – BRIAN HARMAN
  • 2018 – SEAN O’HAIR
  • 2016 – JASON DUFNER
  • 2015 – JASON DAY

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G Mac and the Postman join forces this week and what a playing record both have in team formats. Could be well known as the Dream Team this week. Ian suffered a painfull cyst that poped up on his wrist at the HSBC where he had to withdraw. A month on and he is all healed up and lookng in good sprits out there in practice. 

He was playing well before the HSBC, he went 16th at the CJ Cup and 13th at the ZOZO. G Mac is also having a solid start to the season following a 16th place finish at the CJ Cup, and then a 23rd place at the Mayakoba closing with a low round 67. Like’s this course and format:

G MAC’s Best Here

  • 2019 – 2nd Place
  • 2018 – 2nd Place
  • 2016 – 6th Place
  • 2015 – 5th Place

I am doing the same as last week’s Hero and betting to winn outright here 

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Presidents Cup – Top American Rookie

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Out of the picks for the top Rookie for the USA squad. Tony for me has the best pedigree to turn up here and score some serious points. His match play is solid and he loves this type of format.

And how about his rookie record at the Ryder Cup last year, winning both four balls and smashing Tommy Fleetwood in the singles 6&4. I feel he will be a great player to be paired with and he is one of those players who putts so freely in this format. I see him draining a lot of clutch putts this week.      

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Presidents Cup – Top International

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Louis has been playing so well of late. His record in match play is also pretty impresive take one of his highlioghts fot this season:

World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play 2019: 

Became the first player to advance out of Group Play at the World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play four times since 2015. Defeated Marc Leishman, 2 and 1, with seven birdies against no bogeys in the fourth round to advance to the Quarterfinals for the third time. Lost to eventual-champion Kevin Kisner 2 and 1, in the Quarterfinals for a T5 finish. 

World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play 2018: 

Advanced from group play at the World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play before being defeated in the round of 16 by Ian Poulter. Required a sudden-death playoff to win the group, defeating Jason Dufner with a par on the first extra hole. Earned a 2-up victory over Jason Day on the third day of the group stage in a rematch of the 2016 championship match, won by Day.

You have Adam Scott and Matsuyama at 4/1, I feel at 7’s is a great bet to win outright here.   

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 Twice winner of the Australian PGA back to back 2017 and 2018. This boy has game and will be another who will just love this team format this week.
Interesting fact:
World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play:
Of the 15 players making their debuts at the World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play, posted the best result, advancing to the quarterfinals and finishing T5.

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Presidents Cup – Race to 10 Points

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Internationals 2/1

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I feel that the internationals could pull off a big upset this week. One of the strongest fields they have posted in many years. I feel it is about time that The Big Easy started to get his own back on Tiger, let’s face it deep down he still holds a grudge over the amount of victories he could won if Tiger was not around, when they were both playing at the top of their game.

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Woods v Ernie PGA Showdowns

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Woods and Els have played in the same PGA TOUR event a total of 213 times. Woods won 52 times; Els won 10 times. On eight occasions, they both finished either as the winner or runner-up. A quick look at those eight events:

1999 Nissan Open: Els won by two strokes at Riviera, with Woods finishing T2 (Ted Tryba and Davis Love III)
1999 National Car Rental Golf Classic at Disney: Woods won by one stroke at Magnolia Golf Club, with Els finishing solo second.
2000 Mercedes Championships: Woods beat Els in a sudden-death playoff at Kapalua.
2000 Memorial Tournament: Woods won by 5 strokes at Muirfield Village, with Els finishing T2 (Justin Leonard).
2000 U.S. Open: Woods won by 15 strokes at Pebble Beach, with Els finishing T2 (Miguel Angel Jimenez).
2000 Open Championship: Woods won by 7 strokes at St. Andrews, with Els finishing T2 (Thomas Bjorn).
2002 Genuity Championship: Els won by 2 strokes at Doral, with Woods finishing solo second.
2009 The Barclays: Els and Woods finished T2 (with Padraig Harrington and Steve Stricker) at Liberty National behind winner Heath Slocum.

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