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FedEx Cup Picks: Deutsche Bank Championship Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 8/28/2014
Hunter Mahan by all accounts is one of the good guys on Tour, so it was nice to see him win last week's PGA Tour FedEx Cup playoff opening Barclays event in New Jersey for his first title in his past 47 starts and 30 months or so.
FedEx Cup Picks: The Barclays Odds and Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 8/20/2014
I always thought Colombia's Camilo Villegas would be a pretty big star in the golf world. The former Florida Gator had personality, good looks -- he was featured in the magazine GQ in 2006 and on People's "Hottest Bachelors" list -- and a game to match. Villegas won the 2008 BMW Championship and Tour Championship (finishing second to Vijay Singh in the FedEx Cup playoffs) as well as the 2010 Honda Classic.
PGA Tour Picks: Wyndham Championship Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 8/14/2014
The first three Grand Slams of the 2014 season frankly were rather boring. Bubba Watson (Masters), Martin Kaymer (U.S. Open) and Rory McIlroy (British Open) each deserved to win, no question, but there was no drama. The 2014 PGA Championship more than made up for that and it had to be the most exciting final round of a major in at least a few years.
PGA Tour Picks: WGC-Bridgestone Invitational Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 7/30/2014
This is why projecting a winner of a golf tournament is so darn hard. Last week South African Tim Clark entered the Canadian Open having made just 10 cuts in his past 20 events. He was an afterthought. So of course he won the tournament, with Jim Furyk continuing his concerning trend of blowing 54-hole leads.
PGA Tour Picks: Canadian Open Odds and Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 7/23/2014
As usual, I will take a look back before looking ahead to this week's PGA Tour event, the RBC Canadian Open, and by far my favorite statistic from last week's 143rd British Open was that Rory McIlroy's father made about $150,000 more than Tiger Woods did.
2014 British Open Picks with Betting Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 7/15/2014
Freaking Brian Harman! It looked like my 2014 winner's drought would finally end last week at the John Deere Classic. I went with Zach Johnson, who is from nearby Des Moines. Johnson shook off a recent slump to shoot 21-under, which wins this tournament every other year but three. Alas, Harman was better by one shot to take his first PGA Tour victory in his 88th career start. Some compare Harman (5-foot-7) to Jim Furyk because he's such a little guy who plays gritty golf.
PGA Tour Picks: John Deere Classic Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 7/9/2014
For anyone who says that golfers are athletes, I give you Argentine Angel Cabrera. That said, "El Pato" is one of my favorite golfers because Cabrera is usually boom or bust, and he generally looks like he's having a ball regardless. Cabrera, 44, came pretty much from nowhere last week at the Greenbrier Classic by two shots over George McNeill.
PGA Tour Picks: The Greenbrier Classic Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 7/2/2014
Last week at the Quicken Loans National at Congressional, Justin Rose beat unknown Shawn Stefani in a playoff. Both players tried to give it away. Rose hit into the water on 18 and had to make a 15-foot bogey just to get into the playoff. Then Stefani hit into the drink on the first playoff hole, also No. 18. Rather shocking that Congressional played harder for this tournament in some regards than when the U.S. Open was there in 2011 and Rory McIlroy shot a record 16-under. Rose and Stefani finished at just 4-under.
PGA Tour Picks: Quicken Loans National Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 6/24/2014
Last week's Travelers Championship outside Hartford pretty much summed up how impossible it has been to project winners on Tour this season. Needless to say I didn't expect much from Kevin Streelman at the tournament. Not that he's an unknown, but the guy had missed four straight cuts heading into the event and hadn't had a Top 10 since the first tournament of 2014 in Hawaii.
PGA Tour Picks: Travelers Championship Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 6/18/2014
They say close only counts in hand grenades and horseshoes, but the way the 2013-14 golf season is going for projecting winners, I'm relatively pleased with myself that American Dustin Johnson finished T4 at last week's U.S. Open at Pinehurst. I had him as my winner, and he wasn't close to that, finishing 10 shots behind Germany's Martin Kaymer. But, hey, fourth.
2014 US Open Expert Picks with Golf Odds and Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 6/10/2014
About the only thing I can tell you for sure about this week's US Open at Pinehurst No. 2 in North Carolina is that Ben Crane won't win it. How do I know that? No player has won a PGA Tour event the week before the US Open and then taken that tournament.
US Open Golf Betting Cheat Sheet
by George Monroy - 6/9/2014
The second major of the 2014, the US Open, is set to begin on Thursday June 12 at the Pinehurst Resort in North Carolina. The tournament may not carry its usual luster because of the absence of golf’s biggest name, Tiger Woods, but there are still plenty of reasons to pay attention, and big names to follow, during the sport’s biggest event of the summer.
PGA Tour Picks: St. Jude Classic Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 6/4/2014
Quite a wacky finish to Jack Nicklaus' Memorial Tournament in Ohio last week, finally won by 22-year-old Hideki Matsuyama, a Japanese phenom who was low amateur at the 2011 Masters and will be winning more tournaments on the PGA Tour.
PGA Tour Picks: The Memorial Tournament Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 5/28/2014
The final round of the 2014 Masters was rather drama-free. Thus, I have no problem saying the most exciting day of golf so far this year was last Sunday. In his first tournament as the world's No. 1 player Adam Scott won the Colonial, a tournament he only entered late because he wanted to make sure he played at least one event as the world's top-ranked player.
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.
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