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PGA Tour Picks: Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 5/21/2014
I'd like to say I played golf once with Todd Brendon, err. Brendon Todd. That I knew him well and also knew the day was coming soon when he would win his first PGA Tour event. I'd like to say that. I've never heard of Brendon Todd. Todd deserved the victory at last week's Byron Nelson Championship, leading the field in scrambling and beating out a pretty good leader board with a final-round 66 -- the only bogey-free round of the contenders -- to edge former Masters champion Mike Weir (wow, where's he been?) by two shots.
PGA Tour Picks: Byron Nelson Championship Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 5/14/2014
It seems inconceivable that last week's victory at the Players Championship was just the second-ever PGA Tour win for ex-world No. 1 Martin Kaymer of Germany. The other was the 2010 PGA Championship. During that span he missed more than twice as many cuts (nine) as he had finishes in the Top 10 (four).
PGA Tour Picks: The Players Championship Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 5/7/2014
At least I was familiar with the guy who was the latest unlikely winner on the PGA Tour this season. That would be J.B. Holmes, who took the Wells Fargo Championship in Charlotte last week for his first Tour win since 2008 and jumped from No. 242 to 68th in the world.
PGA Tour Picks: Wells Fargo Championship Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 4/30/2014
I think it's fair to say that frustration is setting in for me on these weekly golf predictions stories. I have followed the PGA Tour very closely for years, but I had 100 percent never heard of last week's winner of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, South Korean Seung-Yul Noh.
PGA Tour Picks: Zurich Classic of New Orleans Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 4/23/2014
Well, I was right and wrong last week. Right in that a guy who doesn't bomb it of the tee would win the RBC Heritage on Hilton Head Island because that was usually the case. Wrong in that I believed Matt Kuchar, Mr. Consistent, would struggle a bit in the wake of a Masters hangover.
PGA Tour Picks: RBC Heritage Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 4/16/2014
Ratings were down for the 2014 Masters and so was the overall interest at the sportsbooks. Whereas the Masters usually takes by far the most action of any golf tournament in a given year, I could see whichever major Tiger Woods returns for first this year passing it up. That's how much Tiger drives the needle.
2014 Masters Picks with Betting Odds and Expert Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 4/9/2014
I'm going to quickly recap last week's picks at the Shell Houston Open instead of a more in-depth look back as usual because there are so many Masters props that I could write at least five stories alone on the season's first major championship that begins Thursday at historic Augusta National.
2014 Masters Betting: Top-Five Finish Futures Odds
by Dave Schwab - 4/8/2014
This Thursday at the storied Augusta National Golf Course in Augusta, Georgia, play gets underway with the first of four rounds in this season’s Masters Tournament. The Masters is professional golf’s first of four Majors that are played throughout the season and one of the most prestigious events in all of sports.
PGA Tour Picks: Shell Houston Open Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 4/2/2014
What would a Masters be like without both Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson? The huge news this week was that Tiger would be forced to skip Augusta after undergoing back surgery. It's fair to say his availability for the U.S. Open also is in jeopardy, and maybe he decides to just take the rest of the year off to get fully healthy.
PGA Tour Picks: Valero Texas Open Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 3/26/2014
Now I'm just getting irritated with this golf season. I'm 0-for Hawaii, 0-for-California, 0-for Arizona and now zip-for Florida. I have never gotten to April without picking at least one winner. So perhaps it's good news the PGA Tour moves on to Texas this week from the Florida Swing.
PGA Tour Picks: Arnold Palmer Invitational Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 3/19/2014
I continued my 0-for-2014 last week at the Valspar -- although to be fair it's been an unusual start to the year in terms of winners -- as Australian John Senden won for the first time in eight years. He was in a three-way tie entering No. 16 on Sunday but chipped in for birdie on that extremely tough hole, and that propelled him to a one-shot win over Kevin Na.
PGA Tour Picks: Valspar Championship Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 3/12/2014
American Patrick Reed, just 23, says he's one of the five-best players in the world right now. Can you disagree? Reed, who played collegiately at Augusta State University, beat a very strong field last week at new-look Doral, taking the WGC-Cadillac Championship by a shot over Bubba Watson and Jamie Donaldson.
PGA Tour Picks: WGC-Cadillac Championship Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 3/5/2014
Before I get to this week's big-money, limited-field WGC-Cadillac Championship at a totally overhauled Blue Monster at Doral, let's look back to last week's Honda Classic, which is quickly becoming the most interesting non-major PGA Tour event on the annual schedule.
PGA Tour Picks: The Honda Classic Golf Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 2/27/2014
One of the great things about golf is that it's probably the most honorable sport around. Players are expected to call penalties on themselves and almost always do when aware of them. Can you imagine NBA players self-policing themselves and calling fouls in the NBA Finals like they do on the playground? Or Rafael Nadal admitting a Novak Djokovic shot was in and not out as was called by the referee in the fifth set of a close match at Wimbledon?
PGA Tour Picks: WGC-Match Play Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 2/18/2014
I'm going to be very happy to see the PGA Tour finish its West Coast Swing this week at the WGC-Accenture Match Play because it's been an 0-for thus far for me picking winners on Tour this year. Florida, however, has been very good for the past few years doing these stories.
PGA Tour Picks: Northern Trust Open Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 2/12/2014
Let this sink in for a moment: Jimmy Walker is the best player on the planet right now. OK, that's somewhat hyperbole, but you can't argue Walker's resume. The 35-year-old American has been around quite a while, but he got his first Tour win in career start No. 188 back in October at the Frys.com Open, the first event of the new wraparound season.
PGA Tour Picks: AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am Odds
by Alan Matthews - 2/5/2014
OK, I am pondering a change to my picking style on these PGA Tour events. I've never made it this deep into a season without recommending a winner. Well, I've made it through February without doing so but not this far into a season tournament-wise (this is No. 12). Maybe the new wraparound schedule has messed up my betting equilibrium.
PGA Tour Picks: Waste Management Phoenix Open Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 1/29/2014
What a disappointing Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines last week! It was golf fans' first chance this year to see both Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson in the same tournament, and both had huge previous success on the San Diego course. Yet come Sunday, neither was playing in the final round of a tournament in which they both started in more than 20 years.
PGA Tour Picks: Farmers Insurance Open Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 1/22/2014
You can't argue that Patrick Reed didn't deserve his second career PGA Tour title last week at Humana Challenge. Reed broke the Tour record for relation to par for the first 54 holes, finishing at 27 under Saturday to take a seven-stroke lead into the final round. The previous mark was 25 under, last shot by Steve Stricker in the 2010 John Deere Classic; Pat Perez also had a 25 under at this tournament in 2009. Stricker still holds the stroke record of 188 through 54 set on a par-71.
PGA Tour Picks: Humana Challenge Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 1/15/2014
Only in golf -- OK maybe bowling and darts too -- can a player potentially find his prime in his mid-30s. Reason No. 47 why golf isn't a true sport, but I digress. American Jimmy Walker was a stellar amateur player, and great things were expected from him on the PGA Tour, but he mostly flopped. He just needed to hit his mid-30s, apparently.
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