PGA Tour Betting Guide: 2019 Arnold Palmer Invitational
My Arnold Palmer Invitational Preview at Forbes. Insight, analysis, strategy and golf stats.
Betting info, insight and Tiger Woods withdrawl from event.
World ranking, tournament odds and chip-in head-to-head match-up play.
Ian Poulter (-115) over Phil Mickelson. Poulter taking money.
Woods and World No. 1 Dustin Johnson will not play at Bay Hill, and No. 4 Justin Thomas will also pass after playing last week and structuring ...
$10,000 Bet Placed on Tiger Woods to Win 2019 Masters at 12-1 Odds
The Masters at Augusta National is April 11-14, but the odds, bets and news affecting the event are already in full swing. Betting on the Masters and golf's biggest event is most popular, as is playing DFS and fantasy golf or participating in Masters golf pools.
The interest in golf and betting soars when Tiger Woods is playing, and his announcement March 4 that he will miss the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill may ...
The PGA pros move on to Torrey Pines Golf Course and southern California for the 2019 Farmer’s Insurance Open starting January 24th through January 27th. I provide a tournament preview at Bet America with insight on selected players, contenders and some longshots.
The tournament is played over two courses. The South course is considered the tougher challenge at Par 72 and 7698 yards, and in 2018 it was the 8th hardest course on the PGA Tour playing to a 72.813 scoring average. It’s been ...
Preview and Odds for the 100th PGA Championship at Bellerive CC in St. Louis
The final major of the season is the PGA Championship, which will be played for the last time in August as it’s moved up to May starting next year. The field includes 108 of the top 111 in the latest Official World Rankings. The field also includes 20 PGA club professionals who qualified for the championship. A total of 16 past PGA champions are in the field including 4-time winner Tiger Woods, who is apparently ...
Carnoustie Becomes Scoring Spectacle in Round 3
What’s going on here? The toughest track on the Open rota has turned into a pitch and putt course. Calm conditions and low scores were prevalent in Round 3 with eagles (14) and birdies (288) flying everywhere as the 79 players that made the cut averaged 69.34; the lowest average round in Open history at Carnoustie. Only one eagles had been carded during the three previous Opens at Carnoustie. Just 24 players shot over par (71) on Saturday. A ...
Breaking Down Carnoustie and Betting the Open Championship
Our Countdown to Carnoustie continues and it’s time to get on the tee and make the big shots with our preview, picks and projections after analyzing the players and profiles. Our momentum in the majors continues after producing profit at the U.S. Open, which followed one of my best-ever results at the Masters with more match-up winners.
When determining players of interest in tournament and group match-ups, and contenders to ...
Carnoustie a Best Course - Open Prep Events Including Scottish Open
Carnoustie Golf Links ranks among the best courses in Scotland, and as I mentioned in my Open prep Countdown to Carnoustie, the championship course is regarded by most as the toughest test. Weather plays a pivotal role at the Open, but if it remains modest in both rain and wind, Carnoustie will be a hard but fair test. The fairways are more flat than other links courses, so uneven lies are not as common. This link will give ...
Carnoustie Regarded as Toughest Course on Open Rota and a Most Memorable Venue
In 1999, the course became known as “Carnasty” after 101 scores were posted of 80 or higher during the Open Championship at Carounstie in Angus, Scotland. That included 89 and 83 by 19-year old Sergio Garcia, who was making his Open debut and cried like a little boy after being overmatched at the historic championship venue at Carnoustie Golf Links, the hardest links course on the Open rota. The Royal and ...