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2021-22 Bermuda Championship Golf Preview: Odds, Picks and Predictions

Finn from the Tail and Print Podcast previews this week's Bermuda Championship, providing free picks from this week's edition.

Welcome back folks! It's been a wild seven weeks for your boy as I welcomed my son and first born child into this world last month. I realized that I never truly knew what tired was until getting 3 straight hours of sleep felt like I was a bear who just hibernated. Nonetheless I still hopped on the pod with Granj each week except for the Sanderson Farms Championship to bring you all the winners, as I currently stand +23.86 units on this early season.

I had a brief moment after watching my beloved Sungaje Im win the Shriners - after I gave him out as an outright pick - where I may have accidentally said that was the best moment I have experienced all year. Luckily, my son was only like 3 weeks old so he won’t remember that, but if he does, well damn, I got a little genius on my hands so who cares, plus I have been elbow deep in his poop so I’d say we are even, if he doesn't actually owe me instead.

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As much as I am sure you’d love for me to do a deep dive into all the types of baby poop or my journey as a new father, I will save that for a later time and instead get back to what I do best, which is make you money betting on golf.

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This week, we return to the beautiful Port Royal Golf Club in Southampton, Bermuda for The Butterfield Bermuda Championship. The course plays as a Par 71 and is relatively small for PGA Tour standards, measuring in at 6,828 yards, which is roughly what most of our local courses play at from the tips.

While there are six Par-4s that are under 400 yards, this course does have what I feel like is one of the worst things a golf course can have, 200+ yard Par-3s. To me, Par-3s should never cross the 180 yard mark because it’s just mean and no one should ever have to go above a 5-6 iron for a Par-3.

Hell, I bet we all know some guys who would be pulling out driver for the two Par-3’s that measure at 235 yards this week. Although this course is shorter than most, it does not mean that guys will just bomb and gauge this week. Driving accuracy and 3-putt avoidance were key stats for the two winners at this event, won by Brendon Todd and Brian Gay over the last two years. Another common trait of our past winners is that they both were on 5+ year droughts from their last victory on Tour.

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As mentioned, driving accuracy and 3-Putt avoidance will be key stats along with Par-3 scoring and bogey avoidance. For me, I relied heavily on past performances here with the exception of Mito Pereira who is making his debut at this tournament. All of my picks this week placed T16 or better in 2019 and 2020 with the exception of Michael Gligic who finished T53 in ‘19 but bounced back last year however to finish T11.

While our sample size is small, it should be noted that both winners here were tour vets, with Brian Gay a year away from playing on The Champions Tour, so maybe don’t rely to heavily on young guns this week. Of course, be sure to utilize Dimers Predictions and H2H tools to help cash some winning tickets. Below are mine and Granj’s betting cards for this week. It feels great to be back and I am excited to keep giving out winners for all of you! Have a wonderful weekend and as always, may all your bets come true ✨

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