Golf Tips and Predictions: LIV Golf Singapore

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The LIV Golf Singapore Open is an annual professional golf tournament that takes place in Singapore.

The tournament is part of the Asian Tour, which is a professional golf tour for men's golfers in Asia and is also sanctioned by the Japan Golf Tour.

The tournament usually features some of the best golfers from around the world and has a massive prize pool.

The event is played over four days, and the player with the lowest cumulative score at the end of the tournament is declared the winner.

The LIV Golf Singapore Open has been held since 1961 and has had various sponsors and different names over the years.

In recent years, the tournament has been known as the SMBC Singapore Open and the Singapore Open presented by Standard Chartered.

Some of the past champions of the tournament include Adam Scott, Angel Cabrera, Vijay Singh, and Matteo Manassero. Let’s look at some potential winners this week available on!

Players to Watch For

Cameron Smith - Riding the Wave

Cameron Smith ’s rise to the top of the game has been nothing short of spectacular, and another top three finish at last week’s event put him back into the world’s eye for top golfer of the year.

Smith has a ton of competition for him to compete with, though, and there is still a lot of work to be done for the Aussie in the current remaining year.

His game has progressed so much over the past two years, and it is great to see him competing at the very top level in multiple outings.

After leaving the PGA Tour for Liv, Smith has ascended in many different aspects of his game, and the conditions at the Sentosa Golf Course should be fitting for him as well.

Dustin Johnson - Could this be the One?

DJ has had an unproductive past few month, but everything suggests a bounceback could be in season for the veteran.

A fan favourite in every location he travels to, Dustin Johnson has one of the most polished games in golf history.

His inability to convert on birdies the past few months have hurt him greatly, but he hopes to rebound in the Asian swing.

DJ is more than due for another tournament win, and even a top five showing here would do his confidence wonders.

Carlos Ortiz - Potential Underdog

Carlos Ortiz and his past few weeks have been vastly encouraging, and his play looks to be finally taking a bigger step towards the elite.

One of the better prospects in the game, Ortiz has the driver to make big plays in any tournament he partakes in.

What has improved massively is his putt game and ability to put holes away without much worry.

After finishing top ten in almost every single LIV Golf event he’s partook in, he looks to break the mold finally and set himself apart with a win in Singapore.

This could be a great value bet to win outright, and definitely think his chances are better than what appears.