Wiki Golf tips 26.00 winner, so who wins at Quail Hollow?

By Valuechecker on 01/05/2012 09:24

Sunday proved a great evening for followers of our Golf Wikis when Jason Dufner won the Zurich Classic of New Orleans after being tipped on our ValueChecker website early last week. On offer at 26.00 with most bookmakers, the man from Cleveland, Ohio had received a very positive mention in his Golf wiki, stating how well he had played at the course before, so let's hope a few of you made the bookies pay.

Moving on to this week and the Wells Fargo Championship two players stand out according to recent wiki postings and we suggest you get on quick before the bookmakers odds shorten on the pair.

First up is Phil Mickelson who has an astonishing record at the Quail Hollow Country Club Golf Course with performances of 5th, 7th, 35th, 3rd, 12th, 5th, 2nd and 9th between 2004 and 2011. The only thing missing is a win, but according to our Golf Wikis that could change this week.

The other player receiving a positive mention this week is Rickie Fowler. Although his wiki states that we have less time to go on as the youngster has only been on Tour a few years, his liking for this event is already clear. In 2010 and 2011 he posted finishes of 6th and 16th and therefore must be on anybody's short-list for this week.

The early betting has Phil Mickelson on offer at 13.00 with Bet 365, while Rickie Fowler can be backed at 51.00 with Bet 365 and Ladbrokes.

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Recommendation: Back Phil Mickelson to win and Rickie Fowler each-way