ZOZO Championship

Bermuda Championship Odds: Betting On A Field Void Of Top Ranked Players

The PGA Tour heads to Bermuda Island off the coast of North Carolina for the second annual Bermuda Championship. The field has just one player ranked in the Top-50 of the World Golf Rankings, and it's defending champions Brendon Todd. His story is one of a longshot and underdog making it back on the PGA Tour the past two years. Read more in my Bermuda Championship tournament preview and odds at TheLines. As I projected over the weekend, young rising star Will Zalatoris to be the favorite, ... More

ZOZO Championship Odds And Betting Insights

Following two good betting events in Las Vegas that included the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open match-ups and the winner on Jason Kokrak at The CJ Cup and more tournament match-ups winners, we head further west to Thousand Oaks, CA. The magnificent views and beauty surrounding Sherwood Country Club is the backdrop for the ZOZO Championship. I provide a preview with odds at TheLines.  Noteable withdraws this week due to COVID-19 include Adam Scott and world number 1 Dustin Johnson, who ... More

Betting The CJ Cup At Stunning Shadow Creek

Small and Loaded Field at Shadow Creek in Las Vegas for The CJ Cup The PGA Tour stays in Las Vegas for the second straight week for The CJ Cup at exclusive and stunning Shadow Creek Golf Course. The field is just 78 players but stacked with the world's best golfers. The big news on the event is that The PGA TOUR announced today that BetMGM will provide betting odds for all four rounds of THE CJ CUP @ SHADOW CREEK in Las Vegas, Oct. 15-18 on Golf Channel. This will mark the first time that a ... More

The Shriners Las Vegas Betting Preview

Strong Field in Las Vegas for The Shriners Hospitals for Children Open In the City of Sin, anyone can win. The 2020 edition of the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open drew a stacked field, led by the two most recent major champion winners. Bryson DeChambeau returns to Las Vegas for his first event since winning the U.S. Open. DeChambeau is also a Shriners champion having won the event in 2018 by a single stroke over Patrick Cantlay, who returns as the 2017 Shriners champion. DeChambeau ... More

Looking For A Longshot At The Sanderson Farms Championship

Most the top ranked players are missing this week at the Sanderson Farms Championship, but the field has improved and gotten stronger at this event the last two years. Still, as I noted in my Sanderson Farms Championship preview at TheLines, no golfer with odds below 60/1 has won this event since it moved to The Country Club of Jackson in 2014. That provides another opportunity to target more golfers with longshot odds to win or finish top-10 or top-20. COURSE AND TOURNAMENT INFO ... More

Betting Market Report For Corales Puntacana Championship

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 ... More

Betting And Shooting For Par In The 2020 U.S. Open At Winged Foot

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 ... More

U.S. Open 2020 Odds: Betting On More Bogeys Than Birdies

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. ... More