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PGA Tour Picks: CareerBuilder Challenge Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 1/20/2016
I took a much-needed vacation last week so didn't preview the Sony Open, the second and final tournament of the Hawaii Swing. And that's probably good I didn't because I guarantee you that I wouldn't have even mentioned in passing Fabian Gomez, who was the winner of the first full-field event of 2016.
PGA Tour Picks: Hyundai Tournament of Champions Odds and Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 1/6/2016
This coming golf season has the potential to be one of the most exciting in years. It's clearly the start of a new era on Tour. The Tiger Woods/Phil Mickelson dynamic that dominated the PGA Tour is all but over. Tiger is still recovering from back surgery; there's a very good chance he doesn't play at all in 2016 and it seems a long shot that Woods ever wins another event, much less a major.
PGA Tour Picks: Franklin Templeton Shootout Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 12/8/2015
Here's hoping that Bubba Watson stops winning golf tournaments because Watson is one of the most entertaining players on the PGA Tour -- off the course and on it -- but he says he will retire if he ever rises to No. 1 in the world rankings. "If I ever become No. 1 in the world - ever, somehow - I'm walking away. I'm walking away on top. But let's be honest, nobody here's voting on that, right? Everybody thinks I'm not going to do that," Watson said on Sunday.
PGA Tour Picks: Hero World Challenge Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 12/1/2015
I accurately predicted a South African would win last week's Alfred Dunhill Championship, the season-opening European Tour event in South Africa. I just happened to pick the wrong one. My choice was defending champion Branden Grace, who was the +400 favorite. He finished a solid T8, but the winner was countryman Charl Schwartzel, who finished at 15-under 273 to beat out France's Gregory Bourdy by four shots. I knew Schwartzel, the +600 second-favorite, had the best track record of any player at that tournament but he hadn't been playing great in 2015.
European Tour Picks: Alfred Dunhill Championship Odds and Expert Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 11/24/2015
Well hello Dolly! Great way to end the PGA Tour calendar year as I correctly hit on Kevin Kisner winning last week's RSM Classic in Georgia. In the final round Sunday, Kisner shot a 64 to claim his first win on the PGA Tour. Other than Graeme McDowell a couple of weeks ago, all the winners on the 2015-16 PGA Tour schedule have been first-timers thus far.
PGA Tour Picks: The RSM Classic Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 11/17/2015
We had our first Monday finish of the new PGA Tour season at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba in Mexico -- albeit not purposefully -- and we almost had our first back-to-back winner on Tour in 2015-16. Scotland's Russell Knox, who had won the big-money WGC-HSBC Champions tournament two weeks ago in China as an alternate and for his first-ever Tour win, had a one-shot lead at El Camaleon Golf Club on his 72nd hole but drove into a fairway bunker, hit his approach shot short of the green and made bogey.
PGA Tour Picks: OHL Classic at Mayakoba Odds and Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 11/10/2015
Last week at the World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions event in China, we saw the best field that we will for the rest of 2015, including pretty much every top European player. So of course fairly little-known Scot Russell Knox won the tournament for his first career PGA Tour win. That has been a trend in the early going of the new season.
PGA Tour Picks: WGC-HSBC Champions Odds and Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 11/3/2015
It was only a matter of time before Justin Thomas got his first PGA Tour win as he's one of the most promising young players around, and he cashed in last week in Kuala Lumpur by taking the CIMB Classic. Thomas shot a final-round 66 to finish at a tournament-record 26-under 262 and hold off Adam Scott (final-round 63) by a shot. Thomas birdied Nos. 15, 16 and 17 following a double bogey at the short par-4 14th.
PGA Tour Picks: CIMB Classic Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 10/27/2015
With a very weak field last week in Las Vegas for the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, I expected a fairly no-name player to win the second tournament of the new season. And I was more right than I knew as someone named Smylie Kaufman was the victor. I'm obviously fairly plugged into the golf scene to write this series but I never heard of that guy.
PGA Tour Picks: Shriners Hospitals For Children Open Odds
by Alan Matthews - 10/20/2015
Kudos to you if you knew who Emiliano Grillo was before he took the first PGA Tour event of the new season, the Frys.com Open in Napa, Calif., last week. I had only heard of the 23-year-old PGA Tour rookie from Argentina because he won the Web.com Tour Championship a couple of weeks ago to earn his PGA Tour card. A lot of golf experts believed that Grillo was a top candidate for Rookie of the Year this season.
PGA Tour Picks: Frys.com Open Odds and Expert Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 10/14/2015
Welcome to the start of the 2015-16 PGA Tour wraparound season, and it's an unusually solid field this week at the Frys.com Open at Silverado Country Club in Napa, Calif. The PGA Tour included a stipulation that basically forced a few of the world's top players to compete here (see below).
PGA Tour Picks: The Presidents Cup Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 10/6/2015
My pick to win at East Lake in Atlanta was Justin Rose while still expecting new world No. 1 Jason Day to capture the FedEx Cup. I wasn't overly high on Jordan Spieth as he had scuffled a bit in the playoffs after an otherwise amazing year. But Spieth finished at 9-under 271 to beat out Danny Lee and Rose by three shots -- so I did hit on Rose as the top European finisher. Dustin Johnson was my choice as top American and he finished T5.
PGA Tour Picks: Tour Championship Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 9/22/2015
How absurdly good is Jason Day playing on the PGA Tour right now? The Aussie dominated at the BMW Championship, the third event of the FedEx Cup playoff, last week. He opened with a 61 and never looked back, finishing at 22-under 262 to win by six shots and rise to No. 1 in the world for the first time in his career. Day also kept alive his chances to win PGA Tour Player of the Year honors. It's going to be either him or Jordan Spieth.
PGA Tour Picks: BMW Championship Odds and Expert Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 9/15/2015
Before I go into this week's BMW Championship, the third event of the PGA Tour's four FedEx Cup playoff tournaments, let's quickly recap the Deutsche Bank Championship over Labor Day Weekend. You may need a reminder since the Tour was dark last week. Rickie Fowler won the event at 15-under 269, beating Henrik Stenson by a shot -- and that hurt me deeply because Stenson was my choice to win.
PGA Tour Picks: Deutsche Bank Championship Odds and Expert Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 9/2/2015
How great is it to be a golf fan these days? Sure, it was incredibly entertaining to see Tiger Woods in his prime, but he pretty much was destroying the field. He never had a true rivalry -- no, I don't think Phil Mickelson really was one. They rarely contended together in big-time tournaments.
PGA Tour Picks: The Barclays Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 8/27/2015
The PGA Tour's 2014-15 regular season wrapped up last week at the Wyndham Championship in Greensboro. I know the ratings on the weekend were way up this year because Tiger Woods was tied for the lead after 36 holes. He needed no worse than a solo second to qualify for the FedEx Cup playoffs.
PGA Tour Picks: Wyndham Championship Odds and Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 8/18/2015
Great ending at the final major of the season at Whistling Straits on Sunday as Aussie Jason Day won the PGA Championship for first Grand Slam title after coming close so many times. It clearly overwhelmed Day as he was very emotional after taking his final putt on Sunday. The title of best active player not to win a major now leaves his back and probably jumps on Dustin Johnson's.
2015 PGA Championship Picks with Golf Odds and Expert Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 8/12/2015
I did have a European taking last week's big-money WGC-Bridgestone Invitational at Firestone Country Club, it certainly wasn't Irishman Shane Lowry, who was the winner. The 28-year-old won his first PGA Tour event by finishing at 11-uner 269, two shots ahead of Bubba Watson. Lowry started Sunday's final round in the penultimate group and two strokes behind Jim Furyk and Justin Rose. Lowry tied Watson for the day's low round of 66, with Lowry's 4-under not including a single bogey. Lowry made it interesting on the 72nd hole when his tee shot went way left, but he hit a great shot through the trees and into within 11 feet of the hole.
PGA Championship Odds: Predictions for Top-5 Finish Betting Props
by Dave Schwab - 8/12/2015
Professional golf's final major of the season gets underway this Thursday with the opening round of the 2015 PGA Championship at Whistling Straits in Kohler, WI. One of the big storylines this week is the return of this tournament's defending champion, Rory McIlroy, who missed last month's Open Championship with an ankle injury.
PGA Tour Picks: WGC-Bridgestone Invitational Odds and Expert Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 8/5/2015
Last week's Quicken Loans National in Virginia was really the best example of how handicapping winners in a golf tournament is such a crapshoot for the most part (and why I often stick to Top 10s). Troy Merritt got his first career PGA Tour win in 96 starts by shooting a 4-under-par 67 on Sunday to beat Rickie Fowler by three strokes. Troy Merritt!?!?
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