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PGA Tour Picks: John Deere Classic Odds and Expert Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 7/11/2018
Golf has been rather newsworthy of late, generally overshadowing tournament winners. It's nice for Kevin Na that he won the Greenbrier in West Virginia on Sunday, but all anyone in the golf world wanted to talk about all week was the potential made-for-TV $10 million winner-take-all match between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson that's being discussed. This is almost surely going to happen, and I'll certainly watch it. What I'd rather see, though, is these two very rich dudes put up $5 million of their own money with the winner-taking-all. That's NOT going to happen.
PGA Tour Picks: A Military Tribute at the Greenbrier Odds and Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 7/3/2018
When I think of Italy, I don't much think of a country that churns out stellar golfers. Soccer players, sure. Chefs, heck yes. Golfers? Not so much. Still, it surprised me to earn that no Italian had won on the PGA Tour since someone named Toney Penna in 1947. That drought ended on Sunday at the last Quicken Loans National to be held in the Washington, D.C., area and hosted by Tiger Woods as Francesco Molinari tied the TPC Potomac course record with an 8-under 62 in the final round to win the tournament by eight shots. That tied for the largest margin of victory on Tour this season. Molinari's total of 21-under 259 broke the tournament record by seven shots.
Golf Betting Systems: Quicken Loans National Picks and Expert Analysis
by Chris Vasile - 6/27/2018
Another Travelers Championship golf tournament; another Bubba Watson win. Bubba Watson erased a six-shot deficit in the final round by shooting a 7-under 63 to win his third career Travel-ers title. The win marked Watson's 12th PGA victory of his career, and he essentially did it in style by firing two rounds of 63 and by gaining a ton of strokes on the field. Watson's all-around game was impressive as he gained more than three strokes putting en route to his first 63 in Round 2.
PGA Tour Picks: Quicken Loans National Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 6/26/2018
Bubba Watson started Sunday six shots out of the lead at the Travelers Championship outside Hartford, but the two-time Masters champion shot a final-round 63 - his second 63 of the weekend -- to win the Travelers for the third time in his career. It was also Watson's third PGA Tour win of the season, most of anyone. He's an early Player of the Year favorite.
PGA Tour Picks: Travelers Championship Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 6/19/2018
Brooks Koepka deserves the first mention as he became the first player since Curtis Strange (1988-89) to win back-to-back U.S. Opens, and the two Koepka won couldn't have been more different. Last year, Erin Hills in Wisconsin was completely defenseless and Koepka blistered the course for a 16-under total - tying the best score in U.S. Open history relative to par. At Shinnecock Hills, Koepka won at 1 over. Not bad for a guy who missed four months earlier this year, including the Masters, with a serious wrist injury.
Golf Betting Systems: Travelers Championship Picks and Expert Analysis
by Chris Vasile - 6/19/2018
What an absolute disaster this year's U.S. Open turned out to be. The USGA completely butch-ered the course, and it wasn't even remotely enjoyable for players -- unless your Brooks Koepka -- or fans that spent their weekend watching and listening to Joe Buck try his hardest (and fail) at commentating on golf. Buck is already an annoying on Sundays during NFL season, the last thing I want to do while watching a relaxing sport like golf is listen to Buck get excited or pissed off about literally nothing. But I digress.
2018 US Open Golf Predictions with Odds and Expert Picks
by Alan Matthews - 6/12/2018
Let's just cut to the chase: As good as Dustin Johnson looked in his dominating win at the St. Jude Classic in Memphis over the weekend, I will not be picking him to win the 118th U.S. Open this week at very tough Shinnecock Hills in Southampton, N.Y. It's tough enough to win back-to-back weeks on the PGA Tour. It's just about impossible to win the week before a major and then also take said major. Since 1988, only three guys have done so: Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods.
Golf Betting Systems: 2018 US Open Golf Picks and Expert Analysis
by Chris Vasile - 6/12/2018
The week before a Major is always a great time to find your game and play four solid rounds of golf. However, if you are Dustin Johnson, who won last week's St. Jude Classic, the timing of the win can be rather precarious. In the history of the modern-day U.S. Open, no player has won the week prior to the Major and then gone on to be crowned U.S. Open champion. Depending on what side of the fence you are on - believing in superstitions like that or not --- Johnson's camp will be more than pleased with his performance last week and will feel that he deserves the title of betting favorite this week at Shinnecock Hills. Johnson shot an incredible 19-under par, six shots better than second-place Andrew Putnam. Johnson also capped his incredible four-day weekend by holing out for eagle from 171-yards away on the 72nd hole.
2018 US Open Golf Best Bets
by Tony George - 6/12/2018
The US Open is upon us, and frankly this is going to be a wide-open Tournament this year with numerous top named golfers really at the top of their game. This list includes world ranked #1 Dustin Johnson, who just walked away with the St Jude Classic in Memphis last week by 6 strokes and was really never challenged or pushed on Sunday in the final round. No player has ever won the US Open after winning the week before, but he will be on the leaderboard no doubt. He is installed as the early favorite at 9-1 to win and was the 2016 US Open Champion.
PGA Tour Picks: St. Jude Classic Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 6/5/2018
It was almost like no one wanted to win Jack Nicklaus' Memorial Tournament on Sunday outside Columbus, Ohio. Kyle Stanley birdied No. 14-17 on Sunday, but then his tee shot on No. 18 caromed off a tree and into deep rough. He made bogey to fall into a playoff with Bryson DeChambeau and Byeong Hun An - the first three-man playoff in tournament history. Stanley had another poor drive on the return to No. 18 in the playoff and was eliminated with a bogey.
Golf Betting Systems: St. Jude Classic Picks and Expert Analysis
by Chris Vasile - 6/5/2018
As the PGA Tour embarked on another journey to Muirfield Village in Dublin, Ohio, for the ever-popular Memorial Tournament hosted by Jack Nicklaus, the excitement level for this tournament was at an all-time high. Some of the biggest and best names were in the field, including Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, Rickie Fowler, Tiger Woods, Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas. While the final leaderboard featured DJ, Thomas, McIlroy and Fowler inside the top-10, Woods was lurking for the majority of the final round before closing with a 2-over 38 on the back nine.
PGA Tour Picks: The Memorial Tournament Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 5/29/2018
Aaron Wise won on the PGA Tour in Dallas and then Justin Rose in Fort Worth on Sunday. You noticing a bit of a name trend there? Rose shot a final-round 64 at Colonial on Sunday to finish at 20 under and beat out Brooks Koepka by three for Rose's first career win at the Fort Worth Invitational. He could have tied the 2010 tournament record of 259 but bogeyed the 72nd hole.
PGA Tour Picks: Fort Worth Invitational Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 5/22/2018
Looking for the next young star on the PGA Tour? I give you 21-year-old Aaron Wise, a former NCAA champion (2016) at the University of Oregon. In just his 26th career PGA Tour start, Wise won the AT&T Byron Nelson on Sunday in Dallas.
PGA Tour Picks: AT&T Byron Nelson Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 5/15/2018
Not much drama at the PGA Tour's signature event last week (as in put on by the Tour itself unlike, say, any of the four majors), the Players Championship, as Webb Simpson basically had the tournament won when he left the course Saturday night. There was little stress Sunday as he shot a ho-hum 73, including a double-bogey on his 72nd hole, and still won by four over Xander Schauffele, Charl Schwartzel and Jimmy Walker.
PGA Tour Picks: The Players Championship Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 5/8/2018
Good to see noted good-guy Jason Day back as a weekly contender on the PGA Tour after he went through a rough patch for a while with his mother being diagnosed with cancer and his own self-described burned out feeling with the game of golf in generally.
PGA Tour Picks: 2018 Wells Fargo Championship Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 5/1/2018
About the only thing I'll remember from last week's Zurich Classic of New Orleans was that it was pretty interesting to watch when the guys came to the first tee with their new walk-up music. Some players were meh, while some really got into it. It was a big ol' party in the Big Easy, with Billy Horschel and Scott Piercy winning the only annual team event on the PGA Tour. There's no way the Zurich Classic will ever switch back to normal stroke play at this point as the players seem to love the new format.
PGA Tour Picks: Zurich Classic of New Orleans Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 4/24/2018
OK, so we've clearly hit a lull in the PGA Tour schedule. I didn't know too much about the winner two Sundays ago at the RBC Heritage, Satoshi Kodaira. Knew not much more about this past Sunday's first-time winner on Tour, Andrew Landry, as he took home the Valero Texas Open title in San Antonio.
Golf Betting Systems: Valero Texas Open Picks and Expert Analysis
by Chris Vasile - 4/18/2018
In the span of two short weeks, we've gone from crazy excited about The Masters to nobody cares that Patrick Reed won, because nobody really likes Patrick Reed as a golfer. It's one of the craziest and quickest turn arounds I can recall, with the exception of Danny Willet pulling off the unthinkable in the 2016 Masters.
PGA Tour Picks: 2018 Valero Texas Open Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 4/17/2018
Well, Sunday was a first. A guy won a PGA Tour event whom I knew essentially nothing about. Hey, there are thousands of professional golfers in the world when including the European Tour, Asian Tour, Web.com Tour, etc. Can't possibly keep track of them all. I had heard the name of Satoshi Kodaira and knew he was from Japan, but that was about it - he wasn't even a Tour member. Kodaira birdied the third extra hole to defeat Si Woo Kim in a playoff and win the RBC Heritage on Sunday at Hilton Head in South Carolina.
PGA Tour Picks: RBC Heritage Odds and Expert Betting Predictions
by Alan Matthews - 4/10/2018
It's somewhat ironic that Patrick Reed's nickname on the PGA Tour is "Captain America" because he's actually not all that popular among his peers or with fans. I'll let you Google some things in his past because I can't speak to how true they are. The nickname comes from Reed's prowess during international competitions for his country.
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