Betting Preview And Picks Of The 2020 PLAYERS Championship

Player Odds, Picks and Every Shot Streamed Live for the 2020 PLAYERS Championship

The interest in golf and betting 0n the PGA Tour continues to grow. Now only did the Action Network recently partner with the PGA Tour to provide more betting content through its GolfBet platform, but golf history will be made this week for the first time with every shot by every player streamed live. Viewers and bettors can follow any player in the field for all four rounds at TPC Sawgrass. And it will cost them just a small bet of $9.99/month as a PGA TOUR LIVE subscriber through NBS Sports Gold.

 

This week I provided a PLAYERS Championship betting preview at Forbes with insight and analysis on the big event with picks, odds and information you can bet on.

The Official World Golf Ranking with 47 of the top 50 players in the world playing in The PLAYERS Championship, but no Tiger Woods.

The PLAYERS Championship Picks:

Fairway’s Foursome Favorites: Tommy Fleetwood, Patrick Cantlay, Xander Schauffele, Rickie Fowler

Fairway’s Longshots: Daniel Berger (60-1), Russell Henley (200-1), Rory Sabbatini (210-1), Jhonattan Vegas (220-1) with the latter three all providing double-digit odds to finish top-10.

Fairway’s 72-hole match-up: Adam Scott (-120) over Patrick Reed.

In the last four years, Adam Scott has finished top-12 in each of his four starts in The PLAYERS Championship. Patrick Reed has no top-20 finishes in his six starts plus two missed cuts at TPC Sawgrass, and Reed has not fared as well on Pete Dye courses in other events.

Last week we cashed in with Fowler over Koepka at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Following The PLAYERS Championship, the PGA Pros head to Innisbrook Resort for the Valspar Championship with The Masters at Augusta on the horizon April 9-11.

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