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2015 Masters Odds: Handicapping Tiger Woods Prop Bets
by George Monroy - 4/8/2015
Will Tiger Woods ever win another major? The question has been on the table for so long that it has already begun to lose its significance and meaning. The further the golf world gets from that magical Monday afternoon in 2008, when Woods last won a major, the easier it is to forget how great he used to be. His U.S. Open win nearly six years go, while playing on a broken leg and still sinking a high-pressure shot to force a sudden-death playoff hole against Rocco Mediate, will forever be remembered as one of the greatest moments in sports history.
2015 Masters Props Odds with Expert Betting Picks and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 4/7/2015
I will do my normal PGA Tour event preview for the 2015 Masters, the Super Bowl of golf, on Wednesday as usual. Today, however, I will examine some of the hundreds of player props available at the sportsbooks -- taken from Bovada and Sportsbook.ag. This is always one of my favorites betting weeks of the year with the college basketball National Championship Game, baseball's Opening Day and the Masters.
2015 Masters Top-5 Finish Futures Odds with Picks and Predictions
by Dave Schwab - 4/7/2015
The first major of the season in professional golf gets underway this Thursday with first round action from Augusta in this year’s Masters. There is a whole new crop of young guns at the top of the list of Bovada’s futures odds for this year’s event. While there are a number of different ways to bet on the Masters, some of the best value lies in the betting odds for a Top-5 finish.
2015 Masters Odds with Expert Predictions and Analysis
by George Monroy - 4/6/2015
Two names are dominating the 2015 Masters headlines: Rory McIlroy for his shot at making history, and Tiger Woods for announcing that he will in fact play the event. One name is dominating headlines because of what his future might hold, while the other is dominating headlines because of his past. McIlroy has a chance at becoming only the third person in PGA Tour history to win three straight majors while also completing a career grand slam all before his 26th birthday.
PGA Tour Picks: Shell Houston Open Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 3/31/2015
We finally have our first two-time winner of the current PGA Tour golf season as Jimmy Walker won in his hometown of San Antonio last week at the Texas Open. Well, technically Walker lives 35 miles away in Bourne, but he grew up attending the Texas Open, so it had to feel sweet.
PGA Tour Picks: Valero Texas Open Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 3/25/2015
I'm happy to eat a little crown when necessary. I would have bet anyone who offered $100 at 500/1 odds last week that Matt Every wouldn't win the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill over a strong field. There was NO chance of that with the way Every had played since his surprise win a year ago.
PGA Tour Picks: Arnold Palmer Invitational Odds and Expert Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 3/18/2015
There has been some really exciting final-round golf on the PGA Tour this year, and last Sunday at the Valspar Championship at Innisbrook in the Tampa Bay area was no exception as Jordan Spieth birdied the third playoff hole with a 28-foot putt to beat Patrick Reed and Sean O'Hair (they all finished at 10 under). It's good thing Spieth made it because it had some pace and likely was going to be at least four-feet long if he didn't.
PGA Tour Picks: Valspar Championship Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 3/11/2015
Last week at the big-money WGC-Cadillac Championship at Doral's Blue Monster, Dustin Johnson proved he's all the way back from his personal problems by winning in just his fifth tournament since a return from what he and the PGA Tour called a "self-imposed" six-month leave of absence. Johnson shot a 3-under 69 to finish at 9 under, one ahead of J.B. Holmes, who led Johnson and Bubba Watson by five entering the final round. However, Holmes ballooned to a final-round 75. Even more impressive, Johnson had missed the cut the previous week at the Honda, but he contended twice on the California Swing.
PGA Tour Picks: WGC-Cadillac Championship Odds and Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 3/4/2015
I was very happy to see good-guy Padraig Harrington win the Honda Classic on the first stop of the PGA Tour's Florida Swing at PGA National. I had mostly forgotten about the multiple-time major championship winner. He beat rookie Daniel Berger in a Monday playoff at the Honda, site of his first PGA Tour victory a decade prior. It was Harrington's first win since he won the 2008 PGA Championship only a few weeks after taking the British Open. Harrington, who lost his Tour card last year, needed a sponsor's exemption just to play the Honda. He won't have to worry about an exemptions for a while now.
PGA Tour Picks: The Honda Classic Odds and Expert Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 2/25/2015
The 2014-15 golf season had largely seen well-known players -- at least to those who follow the sport a bit more than casually -- win the tournaments thus far. That changed last week on the final leg of the California Swing, the Northern Trust Open at Riviera outside Los Angeles.
PGA Tour Picks: Northern Trust Open Odds and Expert Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 2/18/2015
It turns out I was a week early on Brandt Snedeker. He was my choice to win the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines two tournaments ago but finished T19. No way I was going to pick the same guy to win in back-to-back weeks, so he wasn't on my radar last week at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. Naturally, Snedeker did win.
PGA Tour Handicapping: Tiger Woods Pursuit of Jack Nicklaus for Major Wins
by George Monroy - 2/11/2015
When Tiger Woods last won a major in 2008—a dramatic US Open playoff victory with a broken leg—the question on everyone’s mind was not “if” he would ever pass Jack Nicklaus for the most majors won by a professional golfer but “when”. Nowadays, after a much-publicized divorce, multiple injuries, disappointing finishes, and no majors to be placed on his mantel, the more apt question is if Woods will ever win his 15th major.
PGA Tour Picks: Farmers Insurance Open Odds and Expert Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 2/4/2015
It was a great day of golf as a warm-up to a spectacular Super Bowl in the greater Phoenix area last Sunday as American Brooks Koepka pulled away late at the Phoenix Open for his first PGA Tour win. It was actually his sixth pro win since leaving an All-American career at Florida State behind around three years ago, but the others were in Europe (four on European Challenge Tour, one European Tour win back in November).
PGA Tour Picks: Waste Management Phoenix Open Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 1/28/2015
I figured 2014 was a fluke! I came close a handful of times to picking a tournament winner last but wasn't able to do so until my final prediction of the year in late November, and that was on the European Tour. Only three events have been played in the New Year and already, to quote White Sox announcer "Hawk" Harrelson: "You can put it on the board! YES!"
PGA Tour Picks: Humana Challenge Odds and Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 1/21/2015
The PGA Tour said goodbye to Hawaii for the rest of the year with last week's Sony Open, and American Jimmy Walker won the event for the second year in a row -- just six days after blowing a likely win at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions on Maui with a late final-round collapse and finishing second.
PGA Tour Handicapping: Odds to win a Major in 2015
by George Monroy - 1/15/2015
The 2015 golf year does not really begin until the Masters in April, when the entire sport will turn its attention to Augusta National. The big questions heading into the New Year revolve around a certain set of players and whether or not they can win a major in 2015. The golf world, or course, is waiting to see if Rory McIlroy can continue to add to his majors hardware, while other questions revolve around Tiger Woods and if he can ever regain his former glory.
PGA Tour Picks: Sony Open in Hawaii Odds and Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 1/14/2015
The first tournament of the New Year, the Hyundai Tournament of Champions, went extra innings on Monday in Maui as American Patrick Reed beat Jimmy Walker on the first playoff hole for Reed's fourth career PGA Tour win. Reed is only the fourth player in the past 20 years with four wins before age 25, and the other three guys are pretty good: Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia.
PGA Tour Picks: Hyundai Tournament of Champions Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 1/7/2015
Before we kick off the golfing New Year -- also remember that 2015 is the final year that players can anchor putters to their stomachs -- with the Hyundai Tournament of Champions, allow me to look back at my final golf preview of 2014. That was the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai, which closed out the European Tour's 2013-14 season.
European Tour Picks: DP World Tour Championship Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 11/18/2014
The final PGA Tour official event of 2014 wrapped up on Sunday, and I'm a bit angry that Charley Hoffman won the OHL Classic at Mayakoba in Mexico because I've picked him twice over the past 15 months or so to win an event and he didn't.
PGA Tour Picks: OHL Classic at Mayakoba Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 11/12/2014
At least we finally had a big-name player win on the PGA Tour. It had been a while. American Bubba Watson took the WGC-HSBC Champions event last week in China. It was a great finish as Watson had to hole an eagle bunker chip on the 72nd hole to get in a playoff after teeing off in No. 16 with a two-shot lead only to double bogey (Watson trailed leader Graeme McDowell entering Sunday by two shots). At least four players had a chance at the par-5 18th hole to get to 11 under, but only Watson and Tim Clark were able to do it to set up a playoff. Watson won the playoff with birdie putt back on No. 18, the first playoff hole.
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