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PGA Picks: Tour Championship Golf Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Doug Upstone - 8/31/2021
We have reached the end of the road for this PGA Tour season with the Tour Championship. As per usual, this event is being held at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta. The field is set at 30, and it is a weighted or staggered format, based on the players' current position in the FedExCup race. Here are the standings and where every golfer will start the tournament.
PGA Picks: 2021 BMW Championship Predictions and Golf Odds
by Doug Upstone - 8/24/2021
It took an extra day due to Hurricane Henri, but the playoff field has been cut to 70 golfers, and it won’t even be that many with Patrick Reed catching double pneumonia. This is the final stop before the Tour Championship next week, and a lot will be riding on the outcome, because the payouts next week, just for making the field, are outrageous.
PGA Picks: Wyndham Championship Predictions with Golf Odds
by Doug Upstone - 8/10/2021
With this being the last tournament of the regular season, a large chunk of the field of 156 golfers is attempting to play their way into the FedExCup Playoffs and lock down some status for the 2021-22 campaign. This might not be the most memorable field of the year. However, for many, the pressure will be intense trying to secure a spot in the playoffs which start next week.
PGA Picks: WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational Predictions with Betting Odds
by Doug Upstone - 8/3/2021
Golf returns to the U.S. after Xander Schauffele picked up the gold medal in the Tokyo Olympics. There are actually two tournaments this week; the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational and the Barracuda Championship. The St. Jude’s is invite-only, and other PGA professionals are heading to Truckee, CA for the more minor event.
3M Open Golf Predictions with Odds and Expert Betting Picks
by Doug Upstone - 7/21/2021
This week is a little tricky for those who played in the British Open because you never know what their motivation might be the following week. If a golfer needs the points this week or over the next few weeks, you would think they would be mentally sharp. However, just like a team in another sport that “has to win” to reach the playoffs, but comes up flat for reasons unknown, the same can happen to a top-flight golf professional.
PGA Picks: Rocket Mortgage Classic Predictions and Betting Odds
by Doug Upstone - 6/29/2021
This tourney is held at the Detroit Golf Club. And as long as it holds its spot in the rotation of two weeks before the British Open, it will have an opportunity to attract those players that want one more tune-up before what is now the last major or those trying to secure a spot in what is the PGA Tour playoffs in August, with FedEx Cup points.
PGA Picks: Travelers Championship Predictions and Odds
by Doug Upstone - 6/22/2021
What a wild ride the U.S. Open was, with more twists and turns than a Figure 8 small track stock car race. In the end, Jon Rahm won his first major, and he became the first favorite to win a major championship since Tiger Woods 13 years ago.
PGA Picks: US Open Golf Predictions with Betting Odds
by Doug Upstone - 6/15/2021
At Torrey Pines, the “Welcome Back” shingle has been hung, as many of the top golfers in the world make a second trip to this spot after being here in January. For the first time in 13 years, Torrey Pines is holding two golf events in the same year. And then as is now, a great deal will be different about coming back.
PGA Picks: Palmetto Championship at Congaree Predictions and Betting Odds
by Doug Upstone - 6/8/2021
Even if you are a golf fan and bettor, you are probably asking what the Palmetto Championship is and where the heck Congaree is. This tournament is being held on a golf course in Ridgeland, SC, and they are subbing for the Canadien Open, who for a second straight year had to pull out with virus concerns.
PGA Picks: The Memorial Tournament Predictions and Betting Odds
by Doug Upstone - 6/1/2021
The PGA Tour makes its first real trip north, going to the annual stop in Ohio for the Memorial Tournament. All golfers know this is the place Jack built, meaning Jack Nicklaus. The tournament is by invite only, and 120 different players have accepted, including five of the Top 7. Besides this being a great golf course to play, more than half the field (65 and ties) will qualify to play on the weekend.
PGA Picks: Charles Schwab Challenge Predictions and Betting Odds
by Doug Upstone - 5/26/2021
which will be talked about for years with Phil Mickelson becoming the oldest Grand Slam champion. However good that theater was, somebody will still walk away with the Big Check at the Charles Schwab Challenge at the Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, TX.
2021 PGA Championship Golf Predictions with Odds and Expert Picks
by Doug Upstone - 5/18/2021
With the Masters, U.S. Open, and British Open having worldwide appeal, the PGA Championship is a distant fourth on anyone’s major list. However, golf fans love their favorites along with a newcomer. This tournament provides this regularly. For every Rory McIlroy, Brooks Koepka, Tiger Woods, and Nick Price who have won at least two times in this event, we have a Jimmy Walker, Jason Dufner, Shaun Micheel, and Rich Beem who captured the sport’s attention over four days and then for the most part returned to obscurity.
PGA Picks: 2021 AT&T Byron Nelson Predictions with Betting Odds
by Doug Upstone - 5/11/2021
The tournament has several new elements to it. First, there has been a course change to TPC Craig Ranch, where this event is guaranteed to be held the next five years. Next, the Byron Nelson is now the week before the PGA Championship, which likely caused trepidation, wondering what kind of field they would draw on a new course and who would want to tune up their game. Fortunately, it worked out for this event, as many of the top players wanted to sharpen the skills one last time before heading to the Kiawah Island Golf Resort next week.
PGA Picks: Wells Fargo Championship Predictions and Betting Odds
by Doug Upstone - 5/4/2021
Like in sports and life, sometimes it is better to be lucky than good. That’s what seems to have happened to the Well Fargo Championship being held in Charlotte at the Quail Hollow Club. With the moving of the PGA Championship from August to May, this becomes an ideal spot to attract top golfers who want one last tune-up for a major coming off The Masters. That makes this a terrific landing spot for the Wells Fargo organizers.
2021 Valspar Championship Predictions with Odds and Expert Betting Picks
by Doug Upstone - 4/27/2021
This course has hosted this championship since the inaugural 2000 edition. The scorecard reads 7,340 yards while playing as a par-71 layout. There are the normal four par-5s. However, there are five par-3’s, and all of them are at least 195 yards in length. If the wind is up, this gets tricky, for this tight tree-lined layout.
Zurich Classic of New Orleans Predictions with Betting Odds and Expert Picks
by Doug Upstone - 4/20/2021
The Zurich Classic of New Orleans has been around since the invention of the ballpoint pen (1938). This event was altered in 2017 to match the bayou lifestyle and offer something a little bit different with pizazz. This tourney now is a team-based format, and there are 80 teams of two teeing it up Thursday. In rounds one and three (Thursday – Saturday), the pros will play a four-ball (best ball). In rounds two and four (Friday – Sunday) they will use the foursomes (alternate shot) format. The top 35 teams (and ties) after 36 holes will make it through the cut line.
RBC Heritage Predictions with Betting Odds and Expert Picks
by Doug Upstone - 4/13/2021
With the Masters in the books as the first major of the year, the PGA Tour returns to a familiar spot at Hilton Head in South Carolina for the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town Golf Links. Harbour Tour is not a particularly long course (7,121 yards Par 71), yet it has ample character. Throughout the first three-quarters of the course are tree-lined holes and plenty of doglegs. Because of the height of the trees, it makes it nearly impossible for even professional golfers to try and cut down on the length of certain holes.
2021 Masters Prop Bets: Expert Betting Picks and Analysis
by Chris Vasile - 4/6/2021
In the world we live in today, it seems that everything has to happen as quickly as possible for people to be content. They want faster Internet, faster commutes to work, faster cars, faster ways to consume content, and faster ways to cash the bets they make. If you are one of those people who wants everything to be done fast, I don’t believe golf is the sport for you to be wagering on. Unless of course, you are open to the idea of dabbling on some prop bets for the upcoming Masters tournament.
2021 Masters Betting Trends and Handicapping Advice
by Chris Vasile - 4/6/2021
We are less than one week away from the 2021 Masters golf tournament, and to say I am excited would be an understatement. To me, the Masters is synonymous with the beginning of spring as it takes place on the first weekend in April and everything just seems right in the world for the few days we get to watch the world’s best golfers take on the beautiful backdrop that is Augusta National. This year’s tournament has a bit of a different buzz surrounding it as a select number of patrons will be in attendance to cheer on their favorite golfers.
2021 Masters Golf Odds with Expert Betting Predictions
by Chris Vasile - 4/5/2021
We are now less than one week away from the 2021 U.S. Masters Tournament. What makes this year’s tournament so exciting is the fact that patrons will be in attendance for this year’s tournament, giving it back some of the aura that last year’s edition was missing. Another thing I’m looking forward to seeing this year is how the tournament plays out. With last year’s Masters being held in November, the course played far different than we were used to seeing. It’ll be interesting to see if the move back to April and warmer weather help some of the longer hitters who struggled in November.
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