Following on the heals of the U.S. Open and competing against the NFL, this week's Corales Puntacana Championship will likely be the least bet PGA Tour events since the restart in June.
But that doesn't mean there's not money to be made, and I chip-in with odds and a market report from leading legal U.S. sportsbooks DraftKings, FanDuel and BetMGM.
As a sports betting contact and media member, I correspond with those companies, account managers and sportsbook directors along with other ...
Winged Foot is the Quintessential Test for 2020 U.S. Open
I've provided extensive coverage of the 2020 U.S. Open this week which includes golf stats, player performance and odds, props and information you can bet on. Winged Foot (West Course) is expected to be a most stern test, and I've provided some insight and information plus player profiles in a U.S. Open betting guide at TheLines. Also, I chip-in added course information, odds and betting activity on the top-ranked player in the world ...
The U.S. Open returns to Winged Foot Golf Club just outside New York City. The venue was the site of the 2006 U.S. Open and Phil Mickelson's double-bogey on the 72nd hole to finish +6 and 1-shot behind the winner.
Incredibly, 50-year-old Phil Mickelson is co-leader in money bet to win this week so far at DraftKings. I'll update more prior to the event and Thursday's opening round, but I chipped in come initial coverage and updates at TheLines in my coverage and odds to win the U.S. Open.
Phil Mickelson is a Co-Favorite in Safeway Open
The top PGA Tour pros are taking a week off between the FedExCup playoffs and next week's U.S. Open. That includes Dustin Johnson, who picked up a cool $15 million in capturing the Tour Championship last week. This week's top draw is Phil Mickelson, who will tune up in Napa before heading across the country to Winged Foot next week.
Unfortunately, there will be no fans again or a Pro-Am, which has been scrapped from weekly events. Fans ...
Dustin Johnson and Jon Rahm have a head start this week in the TOUR Championship. The top 30 players in the FedExCup Standings play for huge money this week with NO CUT and the event concluding Labor Day on Monday, Sept. 7.
My initial TOUR Championship preview has the odds and format. As you watch and wager this weekend know there are odds to win both the TOUR Championship with the modified and staggard strokes-based scoring system (FedEx Starting Stokes) along with the winner of the 72-hole ...
Just 30 PGA pros remain in the quest for the FedExCup. But only a handful have a shot to win the $15 million bonus prize for first place prize with the modified and staggard strokes-based scoring system (FedEx Starting Stokes).
Following another match-up winner and even an outright winner on Jon Rahm in the thrilling finish and sudden death victory over Dustin Johnson at the BMW Championship, we're back on the Tee shooting for more Pars and Birdies and trying to avoid the hazards, rough and ...
Rahm, McIlroy, Johnson and DeChambeau Most Popular Players to Win BMW Championship
Following an initial BMW Championship preview with players odds, stats and course information at Olympia Fields for the FedExCup playoffs, I chipped in more at TheLines with added insight and information you can bet on.
Today's BMW Championship odds update included a report from DraftKings sportsbook indicating that Jon Rahm (14%), Dustin Johnson (11%), Rory McIlroy (11%) and Bryson DeChambeau (10%) had ...
Just 70 players remain in the FedExCup Playoffs, and Dustin Johnson has moved to No. 1 in the standings leading into the BMW Championship. Johnson's remarkable performance and runaway 11-shot win at the Northern Trust saw him lead the field in Strokes Gained: Tee-to-Green, Approach, Ball Striking, Greens in Regulation, Putts (GIR), Proximity and Eagles.
After winning at 20/1 odds last week with a 30-under par total score, Johnson heads the list of favorites at this week's BMW Championship ...