We are in a strong position after three rounds with Wiesberger our 40/1 pick leading by two shots from Erik Van Rooyen and two shots further ahead of two other players. This is not over yet as there are plenty of low scores out there, so he needs to play as he has done in the first three rounds and he will probably need to shoot at least 4 under par to prevail. As he is currently trading just odds on, anyone who wishes to trade on the exchanges for your stakes back would still be in a very strong position. Expect the likes of Stenson and Matt Wallace to make a charge but with a half decent round we should go close. There are no further bets but if you must get involved in another bet today, I would fancy Coetzee to beat Pavan in his two ball at around 1.90.
Two of our players are playing well, Collin Morikawa and Ryan Moore and in a wide open event, we still have a chance as Moore, now 9/1, sits two shots off the lead with Morikawa two shots further back. Thirteen players are within four shots of joint leaders Tringale and Landry and with five and six under being the average scores yesterday, there is still all to play for. As we are in a decent position there is no further betting advice but for those of you who want to add a little insurance, Bill Haas has the experience and at 9/1, he could be worth a small saver bet as he is just one shot behind the leaders.