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PGA Tour Picks: WGC-Cadillac Championship Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 3/6/2013
I didn't much like world No. 1 Rory McIlroy's chances of repeating last week at the Honda Classic at PGA National, but, wow, did I never see that coming. McIlroy was the golden boy of golf entering this year, but now his reputation is in tatters. He missed the cut in his season-opening event in Abu Dhabi and then lost in the first round of the WGC-Match Play. Many believed he would find his groove at the Honda, but after scrambling to shoot even par in the first round, McIlroy withdrew on his ninth hole in his second round while at 7-over-par.
PGA Tour Picks: The Honda Classic Props Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 2/27/2013
I couldn’t be happier that the PGA Tour begins its Florida Swing this weekend with the Honda Classic at the PGA National Champion Course in Palm Beach Gardens on the Sunshine State’s East Coast. Much like last year, I failed to hit on a 2013 tournament winner on the opening West Coast Swing (came close twice). However, in 2012 I did hit on the Honda Classic winner and then again a few weeks later at Bay Hill up in Orlando. The fact that I chose the two best players in the world to win those events, Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods, respectively … well, it is what it is.
PGA Tour Picks: WGC-Match Play Championship Props Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 2/19/2013
It’s a shame that Brandt Snedeker and Phil Mickelson will be missing from this week’s WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship at the par-72 Ritz Carlton Golf Club at Dove Mountain (at 7,791 yards, it’s the longest course on PGA Tour) outside of Tucson, Ariz. If the two Americans, ranked No. 4 and No. 9, respectively, were in the field, this might be one of the most anticipated Match Play events ever with Snedeker’s early dominance on Tour and Mickelson’s wire-to-wire win at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
PGA Tour Props Betting: WGC-Accenture Match Play First-Round Matchups
by Alan Matthews - 2/19/2013
Because I believe that this week’s World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play is the best betting event of the golf season (and some nice bracket practice for the NCAA Tournament), I will be breaking down the event at Dove Mountain outside Tucson, Ariz., into two stories. One an overall look at whom I like to win each bracket and the championship, and this one breaking down every single first-round match on Wednesday. The field features 64 of the Top 66 ranked players in the world, with Americans Brandt Snedeker (minor injury) and Phil Mickelson (family vacation) not in the desert.
PGA Tour Picks: Northern Trust Open Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 2/13/2013
This week’s PGA Tour stop is at historic Riviera Country Club in the shadow of Hollywood for the Northern Trust Open, so you would think most players would want to tee it up. However, no golfer on the planet deserves this week off more than Brandt Snedeker.
PGA Tour Picks: AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am Odds
by Alan Matthews - 2/6/2013
Before getting to this week’s PGA Tour stop at the nation’s top public course, let’s review the recommendations from last week’s Waste Management Open outside of Phoenix. Unfortunately, I didn’t have a lot of faith in Phil Mickelson despite his previous success at the tournament. Lefty hadn’t been playing all that well for a while, but he was utterly dominant at TPC Scottsdale. Mickelson opened with a 60 that could have been a 58 and went wire-to-wire for the third time in his pro career by finishing at a tournament-record 28-under and four shots ahead of the field.
PGA Tour Picks: Waste Management Open Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 1/30/2013
The golf world is back on its correct orbit. By that I mean that Tiger Woods overshadows every tournament, even those he doesn’t play in. That is indeed the case for this week’s Waste Management Open outside Phoenix. Tiger isn’t in the field after a dominating win last week at Torrey Pines, his record eighth victory on the same course in a PGA Tour event – that includes the 2008 U.S. Open at Torrey, his last major victory. Tiger now has 75 career wins, just seven behind Sam Snead’s career record.
PGA Tour Picks: Farmers Insurance Open Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 1/23/2013
Before I get to this week’s preview of the Farmers Insurance Open at storied Torrey Pines outside of San Diego as well as Phil Mickelson sticking his foot in his mouth, let’s recap my predictions from last week’s European Tour event in Abu Dhabi.
PGA Tour Picks: Sony Open in Hawaii Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 1/9/2013
Well, it was quite the unusual opener on the PGA Tour at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions. Because of high winds in Maui, the tournament’s start was postponed and it ended up being shortened to 54 holes and a Tuesday finish. I don’t have any statistical records to back this up, but I can’t remember such a quick turnaround for the next week’s event as will be the case starting Thursday at the Sony Open in Hawaii – thankfully the players only have to travel from Maui to Honolulu.
PGA Tour Picks: Hyundai Tournament of Champions Betting Odds
by Alan Matthews - 1/3/2013
The incredibly short golf offseason is already in the books, and the PGA Tour tees it up for the first time in 2013 starting Friday (one of only two events with a Friday-Monday schedule) at the Plantation Course at Kapalua in Maui for the winners-only Hyundai Tournament of Champions. If you didn’t win a sanctioned PGA Tour event in 2012, then you aren’t in this week’s field. Overall, 30 of 37 eligible golfers are playing at Kapalua.
Golf Odds and Predictions: World Challenge Props and Picks
by Alan Matthews - 11/28/2012
Kudos to Rory McIlroy last week at the European Tour finale in Dubai, as he completed an amazing season with his fifth worldwide victory while surpassing Tiger Woods’ record for combined earnings in one year. I thought Rory was spent after missing the cut in his tournament prior and that his thoughts were on a nice vacation with girlfriend and tennis star Caroline Wozniacki. McIlroy now has a whopping 17 Top-10 finishes in his past 26 European Tour events dating to his 2011 U.S. Open victory (majors and WGC events count as Euro events as well).
European Tour Golf Odds and Predictions: UBS Hong Kong Open Picks
by Alan Matthews - 11/13/2012
The PGA Tour’s season officially ended last week at Disney, so now we get a healthy dose of golf’s “silly season” here in the United States until the 2013 season-opening Hyundai Tournament of Champions at Kapalua in Hawaii. Before I look at this week’s UBS Hong Kong Open on the European Tour I would like to recap last week.
PGA Golf Odds and Predictions: Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic Picks
by Alan Matthews - 11/7/2012
Last year’s PGA Tour season-ending Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Classic was very unique. Normally, you won’t see any top players competing at Disney because they are either resting from the long season or off playing lucrative silly season events or in Europe. The multi-millionaires are “above” playing in the Fall Series.
Golf Odds and Predictions: WGC-HSBC Champions Props and Picks
by Alan Matthews - 10/30/2012
It’s a tremendous field this week at the World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions event, perhaps the best group we will see the rest of 2012. Seven of the Top 10 in the world are playing on the Mission Hills Golf Course in Guangdong, China. However, golf fans and bettors will notice two big names who aren’t here: Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods.
Asian Tour Golf Odds and Predictions: CIMB Classic Props and Picks
by Alan Matthews - 10/23/2012
There is two-week break on the PGA Tour right now, with the Fall Series’ final event starting Nov. 8 at Disney before we really get into golf’s silly season. So this week, it’s a preview of the Asian Tour. Yep, you heard that right. It’s the CIMB Classic in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. But there’s a decent field, led by Tiger Woods, because of a good purse and a few financial incentives. Tiger no doubt got a nice chunk of change to play in Malaysia for the first time since he won the individual and team titles in the 1999 World Cup.
PGA Tour Golf Odds and Predictions: McGladrey Classic Props and Picks
by Alan Matthews - 10/17/2012
Maybe I should just stick to previewing fall events. It’s been a good run on golf recommendations starting with the Ryder Cup. And last week was as well. No, I didn’t get the Frys.com Open winner, choosing Brendan Steele at 50/1 as the best long-shot value. He missed the cut, but I rather knew he was “all or nothing” there. I did, however, hit on Vijay Singh at -115 in a head-to-head matchup with Ernie Els. Singh finished T4 and the Big Easy T16. I also hit on Sweden’s Jonas Blixt to be the top European finisher at 4/1. Blixt took home his first career PGA Tour title, vaulting him from No. 60 to No. 35 on the money list (Top 30 brings extra benefits).
PGA Tour Golf Odds and Predictions: Frys.com Open Props and Picks
by Alan Matthews - 10/10/2012
Eight of the top players in the world are over in Turkey playing in the World Golf Finals, but the early-week start to that cash-grab event made it to tough to preview in a timely fashion here at Doc’s Sports. So this week it’s again a PGA Tour Fall Series preview with the Frys.com Open at CordeValle Golf Club in San Martin, Calif. It’s the first official Tour event in that state since the U.S. Open, and the Fall Series will conclude back East with events in Georgia and Florida.
Golf Odds and Predictions: Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open
by Alan Matthews - 10/3/2012
Before I preview this week’s PGA Tour Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, which has to be the longest tournament name in pro sports history, let’s look back at a very successful Ryder Cup if you followed my advice. Needless to say, the United States should have beaten Europe, leading 10-4 at one point late Saturday and 10-6 entering Sunday’s final singles. But the Europeans staged the biggest comeback in the event’s history – U.S. rallied from a similar deficit in 1999 but that was on home soil – to win 14.5-13.5 and retain the Cup.
The 2012 Ryder Cup Props, Odds and Betting Picks
by Alan Matthews - 9/26/2012
Let me first say that I will be previewing all of the PGA Tour’s Fall Series tournaments and any other relevant big golf tournaments through the winter, but to the casual golf fan and bettor the season ends this weekend with the 39th Ryder Cup. The biennial competition between players from the United States and Europe visits Medinah Country Club outside Chicago for the first time.
The Tour Championship PGA Golf Props Odds and Betting Picks
by Alan Matthews - 9/18/2012
I previewed this weekend’s FedEx Cup-ending Tour Championship last week at Doc’s, going with Phil Mickelson to take the tournament and the $10 million grand prize. Today, let’s look at some various Bovada props on the final big-time event on the PGA Tour for 2012 (Ryder Cup isn’t a Tour event).
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