Aussie Jason Day Leading The Charge

Jason Day
Jason Day looks set to claim another PGA title this weekend. Image courtesy of: Picture: Julie Jacobson/AP

The Sony Open is the one of the first PGA tournaments of the year and offers an insight into how the players are travelling at the beginning of the year. While it doesn’t have the clout of a Major like the US Masters, it still offers over $5 million in prize money, which tends to attract some of the best players from around the globe. TattsBet provides you with a form guide of some of the best prospects of the tournament:

Jason Day
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Jason Day

Day heads into this tournament Australia’s best chance of recording its first victory of 2015. It has been a long time between drinks for the man from Brisbane, but his end to 2014 has him primed for a big year. The World.8 claimed victory at the WGC-Cadillac Match Play Championship last February and even managed to finish fourth at US Open in June.



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Jimmy Walker 
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Jimmy Walker

Lasts years champion and World No.17 is looking to continue his impressive form from 2014. To add to his victory in Hawaii last year, he also managed to win the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and qualify for all of the Majors during the year, with his best finish coming at the PGA Championship where he was tied for seventh on the final day.



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Matt Kuchar 
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Matt Kuchar

Kuchar has been in the game for a while now, almost 20 years to be exact, but he only started becoming a force four years ago, when he won The Barclays and managed to finish in the top ten of both the US Open and the PGA Championship for the first time in his career. He will no doubt look to continue his slow rise up the ranks when he walks to the tee on Friday.



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John Senden 
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John Senden

Senden wound back the clock at the start of last year, claiming victory at the Valspar Championship and winning his first PGA tournament in almost eight years. While his career has had its ups and downs, his performance at the Masters in April, where he finished tied for eighth, proved he can still match it with the best of them.



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Geoff Ogilvy 
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Geoff Ogilvy

2014 wasn’t the kindest of years to Geoff Ogilvy. His best finish in a Major was tied 46th at the PGA Championship, and he even failed to make the cut for the US Open, an event he won in 2006. But he can beat the best on a good day and will look to kick start his 2015 campaign with a victory in Hawaii.



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Vijah Singh 
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Vijay Singh

The “Big Fijian” has had an illustrious career that spans over 30 years. Singh has had 34 PGA Tour victories, including a Masters Championship (2000) and two PGA Championship titles (1998 & 2004). While he is a long shot to claim victory at Waialae Country Club, don’t right off the man that has toppled golfing greats, such as Tiger Woods and Ernie Els.



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