Another steady week last week with Shanshan Feng finishing second, to bring home e/w and top ten money. Less good was Kirk Triplett's horror second round 76, before bouncing back to miss a share of top ten by one shot.

Loads of events to get stuck into this week, and quite a few decent bets. probably least attractive from a punting point of view is the Portugal masters. Chris Wood is the hot player right now, -25 for his last eight competitive rounds, and must come into calculations around 20/1. Less obvious is Lucas Bjerregaard, two missed cuts but before that 3rd and 5th in the previous two. The price of 100/1 will appeal to big priced gamblers!

Brooks Koepka opened up at 22/1 for the Fry's, an event where he was 8th last year over course and distance. It's been a very progressive year for the 25 year old American, 2nd at St Andrew's last time out. A week off and in what is a thin field outside the top four or five, he ranks a solid e/w play. At evens for a top 20 with Stan James, it would be surprising if he couldn't at the very least bring that home, and that is a devilishly maggotty cover bet. Schwartzel is probably bigger than he should be 55/1 in a few places.

In Fiji, home hero Vijay Singh faces Matt Kuchar and a load of Aussies and Challenge Tour players, so 14/1 is solid e/w, and in the Seniors event I think Triplett, three top tens (8,3,5) in three years in this event, is worth sticking with e/w at 50/1+ (25/1 with Skybet in betting without Monty, Langer and Perry, which is also more than fair), and Kenny Perry is another solid conveyance this week but too short for me, while the very consistent Scott Dunlap is fair if around 33/1 (25/1 in the early markets a bit tight). Maggert has touched a tempting 16/1 too.

But the main betting event for me is again in the Ladies event, The Ha Na Bank open in Korea, and the in form (and aptly named!) Ha Na Jang, 6th last week, and a winner here in 2012, as well as a winner three weeks ago, will have massive home support and must go close. 22/1 is acceptable, while fellow Korean In Gee Chun (25/1) is another to consider.

The more left field pick is a back to form Yani Tseng at 45/1 who is an interesting each way saver. Tseng is a former world number one and in her prime had figures here of 2,1,3. Difficult to credit she's only 26, and a  5th and a 2nd on her dancecard in recent weeks, she might just be good for the win this week at a course that she has dominated on in the past.

One of the things about golf betting is that in my opinion, people should not just be looking to play win only, the prices mean that e/w is logical and top ten/twenty cover also makes a lot of sense.

I also don't do loyalty, but selections are made on basis in part of current form, so it should not be a big surprise when I go for some players two or three weeks running. 

Main Bets, all e/w.

Koepka e/w (now 18/1) - Fry's Open
Triplett e/w 50/1+ Seniors (25/1 e/w without Langer Monty and Perry is decent Skybet, especially given they all top 5'd last week)
Singh e/w 14/1 - Fiji
HN Jang e/w NAP (22/1) - Ha Na Bank Open (also Yani Tseng 45/1 e/w)

If we do get a top ten/twenty market for all these, a play of Koepka top 20, and two of the others top ten, would make an interesting treble I suspect around 16/1.

As ever, thanks for popping in and good luck if you get involved with any of these.