Following two events in Hawaii including last week's Sony Open, the PGA Tour West Coast swing heads to La Quinta, CA for The American Express.
I chip-in my weekly coverage of the PGA Tour event at TheLines, which includes The American Express odds on the top players from leading U.S. legal online sportsbooks like FanDuel, DraftKings and BetMGM.
My golf coverage and research includes use and references from sites like Golf Stats ...
Halfway home at the Sony Open in Honolulu and Nick Taylor (-12) has a 2-shot lead over five golfers including tournament favorite Webb Simpson.
I wrote about Simpson's Sony Open odds and his fit for the course and sucess. But we actually picked and bet on Russell Henley (+4000), who is in the mix 2-shots behind and was much higher odds. Also, Marc Leishman (+6600) is -9 and just three shots off the pace.
Read more of my pretounament Sony Open betting guide along with added insight in my ...
Sony Open Players, Picks, Odds, Analysis and Betting Information
The Sony Open is the first full-field PGA Tour event of the year, and I've chipped in Sony Open coverage at TheLines and also added picks, match-ups and more golf event coverage and information you can bet on at Offshore Gaming Association.
Check out the articles for more stats and strokes gained data as you shoot for fairways and green in your pursuit of profit at the Sony Open in heavenly Honolulu.
While the leading ...
Mayakoba Golf Classic Draws Strongest Field In Its History
The PGA Tour heads to Mexico for the final fall event of 2020-21. I chip-in a tournament preview and player odds in an update at TheLines.
Justin Thomas (+600) heads the field with Brooks Koepka (+1100), Harris English (+1400), Tony Finau (+1600), Abraham Ancer (+2000), Daniel Berger (+2000), Russell Henley (+2000), Viktor Hovland (+2200) and Rickie Fowler (+2500) the leading win contenders by the odds at DraftKings Sportsook.
The PGA pros make the short 200 mile drive from Augusta and The Masters to Sea Island for the RSM Classic. I provide a tournament preview at TheLines, where I chip in strokes gained data and information you can bet on.
Our 'Fairway Fade' of Bryson DeChambeau worked out well as I outlined in my article and update in Forbes. DeChambeau was the most popular pick, but not in Fairway's Foursome or Forecast.
I bet on McIlRoy (T5) over DeChambeau (T34), and after betting on Dustin Johnson ...
The 2020 Masters golf tournament is set to start. Rain and scattered showers will greet the players for Thursday's opening round, but unfortunately the sounds and roars from fans and spectators that accompany golfs most popular tournament won't be part of the major event due to continued COVID-19 restrictions.
I've covered the 2020 Masters for a number of media outlets, including Catena Media and TheLines, Forbes, Offshore Gaming Association and others. You can check out my updates and ...
The Masters – A Tradition Unlike Any Other
The rescheduled 2020 Masters will be a record wagering event. Despite no fans or spectators at Augusta National due to the continue coronavirus crisis, and the event being held on a college and pro football weekend for the first time ever, the coverage and interest remains robust.
“There has been good, steady action and a spike in betting this week,” DraftKings director of sportsbook operations Johnny Avelllo told me this week.
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, ...