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Coral’s money back offer for BMW PGA Championship

| 21.05.2014

With the BMW PGA Championship racing up on us, Coral have a great money back offer for accumulators, if one of your selections lets you down.

Simply place a three or two ball accumulator for the upcoming tournament and, if just one of the selections fall short, we will refund your stake up to €/£ 25 as a free bet.

Held at Wentworth club, near London, golfers will be well aware of the swirling winds, and a tough first three holes.

England’s Lee Westwood is currently 11/1 favourite, and he has set his eyes on a victory in order to boost his chances of making the European Ryder Cup team. “I think my blood must be thinning. It was warm when I arrived but I’m feeling it a bit today,” he said after a warm-up putting session.

“My game’s coming on nicely. I’ve had a win in Malaysia and a top-10 at The Players. I have a great team around me, Billy [Foster] back on the bag and coach [Mike Walker].

“It’s certainly more comfortable working with Mike than doing the changes that Shaun [Foley] was trying to get me to do.

“I’m feeling the positions that he’s trying to teach me and I’m a lot more comfortable with that and I can play it on the course a lot easier.”

After an encouraging performance at the US Masters in Augusta, where he finished joint seventh, it seems this has spurred him on since.

Westwood’s closest challengers will be fellow Brits, Justin Rose at 12/1, Rory McIlroy and Luke Donald, both 14/1, while the closest challenge from outside of the UK is expected to come from Spain’s Sergio Garcia, at 16/1.

While the BMW Championship is just around the corner, it appears Westwood has already started to move into second gear.

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Matt Haynes

A long-suffering Leeds fan, Matt studied Sports Journalism at university, and has a plethora of multi-industry experience. Having worked on behalf of multiple hedge funds and top-tier investment banks in executive search, he has also had a stint with the BBC and the Press Association. Outside of work, he pursues entrepreneurial activities and likes to keep fit.
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