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2016 British Open Picks with Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 7/12/2016
Don't bet against Sweden's Alex Noren on the European Tour when he has a 54-hole lead! Noren had that at least week's Scottish Open and brought home his fifth career Euro Tour title, all coming with a lead entering the final round. Noren shot a final-round 2-under 70 to finish at 14 under at Castle Stuart in northern Scotland and win by a shot over Tyrrell Hatton, with Nicolas Colsaerts, Danny Lee and Matteo Manassero a shot further back.
2016 Scottish Open Odds with Expert Betting Picks and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 7/5/2016
Dustin Johnson, you made me look bad! I really didn't expect good results from Johnson at last week's World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational at Firestone Country Club in Akron. After all, DJ was playing for the first time since a very emotional win at the U.S. Open. Hard to be focused, I figured.
PGA Tour Picks: World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 6/28/2016
Bobby Hurley I'm very familiar with. He was a former All-American point guard and two-time national champion at Duke who is currently the head basketball coach at Arizona State. Billy Hurley III? Can't say I knew too much about the guy, but he won the Quicken Loans National at Congressional outside Washington, D.C., on Sunday.
PGA Tour Picks: Quicken Loans National Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 6/21/2016
I predicted my fifth winner of the season at last week's U.S. Open at storied Oakmont outside Pittsburgh, but I'm not sure I've ever been so irritated watching a golf event. OK, I had to hedge a bit last week as I believed that either American Dustin Johnson or Aussie Jason Day was going to win the tournament. So I took a prop of those two, Rory McIlroy and Justin Spieth at +130 against the field (-170). And Johnson got that major championship monkey off his back, a year after blowing the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay, by shooting 4-under 276 to win by three shots.
2016 US Open Golf Picks: Best Props Odds with Expert Betting Predictions
by Dave Schwab - 6/15/2016
The second major of the season in professional golf gets underway this Thursday with the opening round of the US Open at Oakmont Country Club in Pittsburgh. The US Open is often considered the toughest test the top golfers in the world face each year. This year's venue could be especially difficult considering that five strokes over par was good enough to claim the title the last time this tournament was contested at Oakmont in 2007.
PGA Tour Picks: 116th US Open Golf Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 6/14/2016
Go ahead and rule out Daniel Berger winning this week's second major of the year on the PGA Tour, the 116th U.S. Open. That's because no player has ever won the week before the Open and then taken that tournament in the same year.
PGA Tour Picks: St. Jude Classic Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 6/7/2016
Bird vs. Magic. Ali vs. Frazier. McGirt vs. Curran. Some of the great sporting rivalries in American history. OK, I'm kidding about that last one, but little-known golfers William McGirt and Jon Curran topped a very strong field at the Memorial Tournament last week. The duo finished at 15 under, and McGirt beat Curran on the second playoff hole to win his first PGA Tour event in his 165th career start.
PGA Tour Picks: Memorial Tournament Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 5/31/2016
Four! Yes, I'm aware that when alerting other golfers to a potentially wayward shot that it's spelled fore. But I'm saying "Four!" because I hit on my fourth winner of the 2015-16 golf season on Sunday with Jordan Spieth taking home the Dean & DeLuca Invitational at Colonial in Fort Worth, Spieth's first professional win in his home state.
PGA Tour Picks: Dean & DeLuca Invitational Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 5/24/2016
Apparently I picked Sergio Garcia to win a tournament a week too early. The Spaniard was my choice to win the Players Championship two weeks ago but couldn't manage that. Garcia did take home the AT&T Byron Nelson on Sunday, beating Brooks Koepka in a playoff. Those two finished at 15-under 265. Koepka handed the win to Sergio by driving into the water on that first playoff hole.
PGA Tour Picks: AT&T Byron Nelson Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 5/17/2016
With all due respect to Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy, there's little question that right now the world's best golfer is Aussie Jason Day, and that has been the case since right after last year's British Open. Day was brilliant at the Players Championship in going wire-to-wire to win the event, at 15-under 273, for the first time in his career. He was the first wire-to-wire winner at TPC Sawgrass in 16 years, and it was Day's seventh victory overall in the past 17 starts.
PGA Tour Picks: The Players Championship Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 5/10/2016
I'm not sure what the most unlikely tournament win in PGA Tour history is, but I feel confident saying that James Hahn's victory last week at the Wells Fargo Championship in Charlotte has to be on the list of among the most unlikely this decade. Was good karma with this guy or what? First off, he entered the tournament having missed eight straight cuts this season. He didn't break 70 in any of those events as you would imagine. His scoring average was 73.4, and he was 30 over par.
PGA Tour Picks: Wells Fargo Championship Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 5/3/2016
Last week's Zurich Classic of New Orleans was a mess weather-wise, forcing not just a Monday finish but also the tournament was shortened to 54 holes (first event shortened since the 2013 opener in Hawaii). And Brian Stuard got his first PGA Tour win by beating Jamie Lovemark on the second playoff hole. Amazingly, Stuard never bogeyed a single hole in the tournament. In addition to making all 40 of his putts inside 10 feet, Stuard led the field at 2.849 in strokes gained/putting.
PGA Tour Picks: Zurich Classic Of New Orleans Odds and Expert Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 4/26/2016
At last week's Valero Texas Open against a pretty weak field, my choice to win the tournament was Charley Hoffman at a nice Bovada price +3000. My logic was that Hoffman had played every Texas Open since the tournament moved to TPC San Antonio and hadn't finished worse than T13. He was third there in 2013 and second in 2011.
PGA Tour Picks: Valero Texas Open Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 4/19/2016
Two weeks ago at Augusta, England's Danny Willett became maybe the best European player most golf fans hadn't heard of to win his first PGA Tour event (and has since joined the PGA Tour). On Sunday at the RBC Heritage on Hilton Head Island, another guy with a great resume on the European Tour, South African Branden Grace, won his first title on the PGA Tour.
PGA Tour Picks: RBC Heritage Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 4/12/2016
It's really hard not to root for Jordan Spieth. Everything you hear and read is that he's a great young guy with his head on his shoulders and not some pompous ass like Tiger Woods often was at the height of his fame. So it was doubly crushing to watch Spieth melt down Sunday on the par-3 155-yard 12th hole at the Masters, the shortest hole at Augusta National. He hit two in the water at that hole -- I can't even explain what happened on the second one from the drop area -- to put up a quadruple-bogey seven. Spieth had taken just eight total shots on No. 12 over the first three rounds.
2016 Masters Picks with Odds and Expert Golf Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 4/5/2016
Just going to be honest with you upfront and say I had barely heard of PGA Tour golfer Jim Herman before he won last week's final tune-up for the Masters, the Houston Open. But from what I've read about the 38-year-old journeyman who used to work for Donald Trump as a PGA professional and teaching pro, I'm happy for him. Herman, ranked 191st in the world at the start of the week, got his first win in his 106th start on the Tour.
2016 Masters Betting Picks for Best Props on the Board
by Dave Schwab - 4/5/2016
Professional golf's first Major of the year tees off this Thursday with first-round action in the 2016 Masters at Augusta National Golf Course. Picking an outright winner in a tournament filled with the best golfers in the world can be a daunting task, but Bovada has offered up a pair of player props that gives you the option of grouping together the 'best of the best' in an effort cash in on one of golf's most popular betting events.
PGA Tour Picks: Houston Open Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 3/29/2016
So I think I'm going to place a futures wager on an Australian winning a gold medal at this summer's Rio Olympics. Right now, Aussies own the golf world following Jason Day's win at the WGC-Match Play on Sunday, his second straight PGA Tour victory this season and the fourth in the past five tournaments by an Aussie -- Adam Scott went back-to-back a few weeks ago in Florida.
Jordan Spieth Odds to Win the 2016 Masters with Expert Picks and Predictions
by George Monroy - 3/24/2016
When speaking about the Masters, Jordan Spieth should be the first name on everyone's mind. The young pro captivated the golf world last season, winning consecutive majors and keeping the talk of a calendar year Grand Slam alive and well for a few months. Spieth produced a legendary 2015 by winning both the Masters and US Open to start the year and became only the sixth player in the tour's history, and first since Tiger Woods in 2002, to win both events back to back.
PGA Tour Picks: World Golf Championships-Match Play Odds and Expert Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 3/22/2016
Last week at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in Bay Hill, the final event of the Florida Swing, Australian Jason Day shot a final-round 2-under 70 to win by one over Kevin Chappell. Day got up-and-down twice over his final five holes, including on No. 18. From a greenside bunker about 100 yards from the hole, Day blasted out to within four feet and drained the par putt to go wire-to-wire.
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