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PGA Tour Odds and Predictions: The Presidents Cup
by Alan Matthews - 11/15/2011
The Presidents Cup, which tees off Thursday morning (Wednesday night U.S. time) at Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Melbourne, Australia, is in many ways like the Ryder Cup: the Presidents Cup is also a team event pitting the United States against an international contingent, the scoring and competitive setup are much the same and it is staged every other year.
PGA Tour Odds and Predictions: WGC-HSBC Champions
by Alan Matthews - 11/2/2011
To most casual U.S. golf bettors, this week’s World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions event at Sheshan International Golf Club in Shanghai will be it for 2011 in terms of individual tournament competition – the team-oriented Presidents’ Cup in two weeks might draw some interest. But in terms of stroke play events, we hit the “silly season” on the PGA Tour after this weekend. And there are at least a few interesting events on that schedule I will preview (plus any key strong-field Euro events remaining).
PGA Tour Odds and Predictions: CIMB Asia Pacific Classic Malaysia
by Alan Matthews - 10/26/2011
The “official” PGA Tour season ended last week at Disney in exciting fashion as world No. 1 Luke Donald rallied on Sunday to win the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Classic to claim the PGA Tour money title over Webb Simpson and he also likely cemented his PGA Tour Player of the Year honors. Donald also is attempting to win the money title on the European Tour and be the first to take honors on both Tours in the same season.
PGA Tour Odds and Predictions: Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Classic
by Alan Matthews - 10/19/2011
It’s the final official event of the PGA Tour golf season this week at Disney in Orlando for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Classic. (Quick aside, I will still provide betting previews for the rest of the year for any relevant strong-field tournaments, things like next week’s event in Malaysia, the following week’s HSBC Champions event in Shanghai, the Presidents Cup, Tiger Woods’ Chevron World Challenge, etc.)
PGA Tour Odds and Predictions: The McGladrey Classic
by Alan Matthews - 10/12/2011
The beauty of the PGA Tour’s Fall Series – or irritation from a betting standpoint – is that more often than not you will see somewhat unknown guys get their first Tour win because, well, the fields are watered down and those journeymen (or young players) often have to perform well to keep the fully exempt status for the following year.
PGA Tour Odds and Predictions: Frys.com Open
by Alan Matthews - 10/5/2011
If you really think the PGA Tour still isn’t all about Tiger Woods, then you haven’t been paying a lick of attention to what has made news in the golf world for the past week or so. Of course, Tiger plays in his first tournament this week, the Frys.com Open at CordeValle in San Martin, Calif., since missing the cut at the PGA Championship.
PGA Tour Odds and Predictions: Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open
by Alan Matthews - 9/28/2011
You can tell when the PGA Tour’s Fall Series begins because it’s when the golf tournaments start sounding like some weird NASCAR event. For example, good luck fitting “Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open” on a golf ball! This week’s tournament is staged at TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas – the event is hoping to move to the spring after next year.
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