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    Valero Texas Open tees off on Thursday
    By Zach Cohen

    Valero Texas Open

    Tees Off: Thursday, April 21st
    JW Marriot TPC San Antonio – San Antonio, TX

    Jimmy Walker will be looking to defend his title when the TOUR heads to San Antonio for the Valero Texas Open on Thursday. Walker shot an 11-under to defeat Jordan Spieth by four strokes in 2015 and he’ll certainly be looking forward to getting back out on the 7,433-yard course. The best score ever shot at this tournament was a 27-under by Mike Souchak in 1955. That’ll be a tough one to beat this weekend, but there are some talented golfers in this field and they’ll definitely be looking to give it their best shot. Some of the noteworthy players that will be teeing off on Thursday are Walker, Phil Mickelson, Brandt Snedeker, Patrick Reed, Zach Johnson, Justin Leonard and Brooks Koepka. Leonard and Johnson are people to keep an eye on coming into this one, as Leonard has won this event three times in his career and Johnson has won twice. Another win for Leonard would give him the most victories ever in this tournament. He’s currently tied with Arnold Palmer at three apiece. With that information out of the way, let’s now take a look at who might be winning this thing on Sunday:

    Branden Grace (16-to-1) – Branden Grace has had an up-and-down season, but he should come into this game with a ton of confidence. Grace won last week’s RBC Heritage with a nine-under and he’ll now be looking to earn back-to-back TOUR victories. Grace’s victory at the RBC Heritage was not his only impressive outing of the season, as he also finished tied for fifth at the WGC-HSBC Championship in November. This is a guy that is currently ranked 11th in the OWGR and 16-to-1 odds are excellent for somebody with that standing. The odds are even better when factoring in that he just played his best tournament of the year. He’s somebody that people should consider putting a few units on this weekend.

    Zach Johnson (20-to-1) – Zach Johnson has not yet won a tournament this year, but he’s due for one soon. He has been near the top of the leaderboard on a number of occasions this season, finishing top-10 in two events and top-15 in four as well. Johnson has not only played some solid golf this year, but he also is returning to an event that he should be very confident at. As previously mentioned, Johnson has won this tournament twice in his career and he will be looking forward to getting back out on this course. Desperate for a victory, this is exactly what Johnson needs to gain some momentum with the U.S. Open right around the corner. He’s an excellent play at 20-to-1.

    Bryson DeChambeau (30-to-1) – Bryson DeChambeau earned low amateur honors at the Masters Tournament and finished tied for 21st in a very solid showing. He followed that event up with his professional debut at the RBC Heritage and was outstanding in that tournament. DeChambeau shot a three-under at Harbour Town Golf Links and that was good for a tie in fourth place at the event. He has now finished in the top-30 in all three of his appearances this season and he should be able to continue playing well moving forward. He’s a very good value play at 30-to-1.

    Justin Leonard (175-to-1) – When looking for a dark horse for this tournament, it’s very hard to pass up on Leonard at 175-to-1. As mentioned earlier, Leonard has won this tournament three times in his career and he is going to be playing for the record of most wins ever at the Valero Texas Open this weekend. Nobody has ever won this tournament four times and Leonard isn’t necessarily that old. He’s only 43 and has plenty of good golf left in him, so it’s hard to imagine him not being near the top of the leaderboard on Sunday. He knows this course like the back of his hand and is a very high upside play for the weekend.

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    Brady Kannon

    Valero Texas Open

    Full Tournament Head to Head Match Ups..

    Patrick Reed (-115) over Zach Johnson

    Ryan Palmer (-110) over Brendan Steele

    #41307
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    Soccer Crusher

    The Strongest + Sao Paulo SP – OVER 2.5
    This match is happening in Conmebol
    (System Record: 941-28, won last game)
    Overall Record: 941-729-151

    #41310
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    Red Dog Sports

    Norway soccer
    Start vs Sarpsborg 1pm Thursday
    Free Play Draw +220

    These are two of the three teams at the bottom of the league. It does scare me that both can score as well as give up goals but hopefully we see a 1-1 or 2-2 score.

    #41319
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    #41340
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    WUNDERDOG

    AQUEDUCT #4 at 03:00 PM Eastern

    Top Pick: #6 (VOTRE COEUR) (7-2) – Daughter of ‘Flatter’ has finished third in both starts on the dirt and is switching to the grass for the first time. Stalker is bred for the surface change and is from the strong barn of Chad Brown. Three-year-old gets a slight edge.

    2nd Pick: #5 (Feeling Bossy) (3-1) – Blinkers go on filly who is racing off a six week freshening. She raced both wide and evenly at this level when making her turf debut March 6 at Gulfstream Park. Barn (Jimmy Jerkens) is having a solid meet and he has John Velazquez aboard.

    3rd Pick: #4 (Ginned Up) (2-1) – The morning line favorite, she was competitive in both starts on the Gulfstream turf this past winter. $390K daughter of ‘Indian Charlie’ was away rom action for just under a year and she’s a win threat in this spot.

    4th Pick: #2 (Nolo Contendere) (8-1) – Speedy and lightly raced, daughter of top grass sire ‘Scat Daddy’ is racing on the turf for the first time. She has the rail and is dangerous at a square price if left alone on the lead in the first half mile.

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