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PGA Tour Picks: Quicken Loans National Odds and Expert Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 7/29/2015
Now I know why I'm not a professional athlete. You know, other than having no particularly great talent in any sport. I didn't think that Aussie Jason Day would do much last week at the Canadian Open after coming up just short of that British Open playoff and yet another agonizing near-miss at a major. Flying across the pond to a mid-level event? Nah, Day wasn't going to be focused. Plus he hadn't played the Canadian Open in years.
PGA Tour Picks: Canadian Open Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 7/21/2015
I'll bet that PGA of America officials, who run the final major championship of the season, the PGA Championship, are still upset that Jordan Spieth came up one shot short of getting into the British Open four-hole aggregate playoff on Monday and having a chance to complete the Grand Slam at the PGA. Spieth made a brilliant birdie on 16 to get into a share of the lead but bogeyed No. 17 and just missed a birdie putt on 18 to miss the playoff.
2015 Open Championship Picks: Odds and Expert Props Predictions
by Dave Schwab - 7/15/2015
Professional golf's third major of the season gets underway early this Thursday with first-round action in this year's Open Championship, also known as the British Open, on the Old Course at fabled St. Andrews in Scotland. The biggest storyline this week will be 21-year old Jordan Spieth's bid to win his third straight major after already capturing the title in this year's Masters and US Open.
2015 British Open Picks: Odds and Expert Golf Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 7/14/2015
I have no problem admitting when I am flat-out wrong, and boy was I wrong at last week's John Deere Classic in Illinois. I questioned why world No. 2 Jordan Spieth was even playing instead of being overseas and either practicing for the British Open at the Old Course at St. Andrews or at least competing in the Scottish Open to get used to links golf.
PGA Tour Picks: John Deere Classic Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 7/7/2015
We had another first-time winner on the PGA Tour in 2015 last week at the Greenbrier Classic as Danny Lee won a four-man playoff in West Virginia. Lee, David Hearn, Kevin Kisner and Robert Streb -- not exactly household names -- were tied at 13-under after four rounds on the Old White TPC course. Lee got the win when he parred the second hole of the sudden-death playoff, eliminating Hearn after Kisner and Streb were bumped on the first playoff hole.
PGA Tour Picks: The Greenbrier Classic Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 7/2/2015
There was no question that American Bubba Watson was the best player in the watered-down field at the Travelers Championship in Connecticut last week, but the best player rarely wins those types of events. Bubba did, going off as the +1200 heavy Bovada favorite. Watson birdied the second extra hole to beat England's Paul Casey in a playoff.
PGA Tour Picks: Travelers Championship Odds and Expert Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 6/24/2015
I told you that the Chambers Bay course would be a major story line at last week's U.S. Open and it certainly was -- until it was upstaged by an incredible ending that saw Dustin Johnson lose the tournament and Jordan Spieth win it to get halfway to the season Grand Slam.
2015 US Open Picks: Golf Betting Odds and Expert Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 6/16/2015
Every year, there are probably a good five tournaments or so on the PGA Tour won by a guy who would make casual golf fans or bettors go, "Who?" That was indeed the case last week as relative unknown Argentine Fabian Gomez won the FedEx St. Jude Classic in Memphis for his first Tour victory. Gomez, 36, shot a 4-under 66 Sunday to finish 13-under and four strokes ahead of another rather unknown, England's Greg Owen. Those two each began the day at 9-under.
2015 US Open Golf Odds: Props Picks and Expert Betting Predictions
by Dave Schwab - 6/16/2015
This year's US Open, which is the second major of the season in professional golf, gets underway this Thursday with first round action from Chambers Bay at University Place in Washington. Rory McIlroy comes in as the favorite to win, but there are a number of contenders ready to bring their A-Game to the Pacific Northwest in search of a win this week.
PGA Tour Picks: St. Jude Classic Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 6/10/2015
It's not often that a last-place finisher overshadows the winner of a golf tournament, but then again Tiger Woods doesn't finish last every day. And that's where Woods wound up at last week's Memorial Tournament, which he had won five times previously. Tiger shot an unbelievable 85 in Saturday's third round, the worst round of his pro career. He had a quad, two doubles, six bogeys and one birdie.
US Open Betting Predictions: Major and Season-Long Golf Props Odds
by George Monroy - 6/10/2015
The golf scene is set to kick into overdrive this week with the FedEx St. Jude Classic beginning June 11 and the US Open on June 18. The big storylines heading into the next two weeks will focus on Tiger Woods, who just played one of the worst rounds of golf in his entire career, and the brewing rivalry between Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth.
PGA Tour Picks: Memorial Tournament Odds and Expert Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 6/2/2015
I'm sure the TPC Four Seasons resort in Irving, Texas, will go down as the most memorable location in Aussie Stephen Bowditch's life. Bowditch shot a final-round 64 on Sunday to win the AT&T Byron Nelson for his second career PGA Tour win. Bowditch also had his wedding reception there. He moved to north Texas a decade ago after essentially throwing a "dart at a map" and met his future wife Amanda, who grew up in the area.
PGA Tour Picks: AT&T Byron Nelson Odds and Expert Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 5/26/2015
I don't like to lead these stories with pessimistic views of things, but I know that world No. 2 Jordan Spieth is kicking himself right now. Spieth so badly wants to win a PGA tournament in his home state of Texas, and he was potentially in position to do so last week at Colonial. Spieth was right there with a handful of others but suffered his only bogey of Sunday on the par-3 16th, and he fell one shot short of winner Chris Kirk.
PGA Tour Picks: Crowne Plaza Invitational At Colonial Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 5/20/2015
Without question, 100 times out of 100 if a sportsbook gives me odds for the field against one player to win a golf tournament, I'm taking the field. Won't even think twice. But then once in a blue moon the unthinkable happens, and that was the case last week as Rory McIlroy -- priced at +350 vs. the field at -500 -- dominated at the Wells Fargo Championship in Charlotte for his second career win there (his first Tour win in 2010 was at Quail Hollow).
PGA Tour Picks: Wells Fargo Championship Odds and Expert Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 5/13/2015
I've always been a fan of Rickie Fowler's game on the course, but that dude is now my idol for his game off it. I'm sure if you watched the end of Sunday's Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass you saw the kiss that Fowler laid on his incredibly gorgeous bikini model girlfriend Alexis Randock. Fowler got $1.8 million for the biggest win of his young career and then got to go home with that. Well done sir!
PGA Tour Picks: The Players Championship Odds and Expert Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 5/6/2015
So I guess we can cool our jets a little bit on wondering if Jordan Spieth has passed Rory McIlroy as the best player in the world. McIlroy reminded everyone who the world's top-ranked player was last week at the World Golf Championship-Match Play event by beating Gary Woodland in the finals, never trailing once in the match.
PGA Tour Picks: WGC-Match Play Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 4/28/2015
Sometimes the most deserving golfer doesn't always win a tournament. That was not the case at all last week at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans as England's Justin Rose didn't make a single bogey over his final 66 holes -- just think about that; Rose had a bogey and double on his first six holes -- to win his seventh career PGA Tour event. Rose finished at a tournament-record 22-under 266 to beat out Cameron Tringale by a shot and Boo Weekley by two.
PGA Tour Picks: Zurich Classic of New Orleans Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 4/21/2015
I usually pick Jim Furyk to win a couple of tournaments a year. He's a great player who always seems to be in contention -- in recent years, however, he would get uptight with a final-round lead and falter. That wasn't the case last week at Hilton Head as Furyk won the RBC Heritage in a playoff for his first tournament title in nearly five years, spanning 100 events. Over that winless stretch alone, he still made more than $14.8 million. Is it too late for me to become a pro golfer?
PGA Tour Picks: RBC Heritage Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 4/15/2015
If it wasn't clear before that the era of Tiger and Phil being the "rivalry" to watch on the PGA Tour is in the rear-view mirror in terms of relevance, Jordan Spieth's spectacular win at the 2015 Masters officially stamped this year and likely the next several as Jordan vs. Rory as the key rivalry in golf.
2015 Masters Picks: Odds and Expert Golf Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 4/8/2015
To casual golf fans or those stuck in the still-lousy weather up in the American north, the golf season truly begins with the first major of the season, the Masters. Nothing like seeing all the azaleas blooming and sunny skies when you are stuck in Michigan or Maine wherever still shoveling out snow. Before I touch on the Masters, as usual I will recap my success (or lack thereof) the previous week.
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