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Tommy Raymond

Tommy Raymond is a native of Lexington, Kentucky. The sports he follows most are related to the University of Kentucky sports teams, track & field and golf. He has attended all four of golf’s majors. Although he’s played golf since the late 1990s, he’s still looking for his first hole in one.

Adam Scott could surprise at Players Championship
Adam Scott could surprise at Players Championship

2020-03-11T16:47:08.261ZTommy Raymond

Adam Scott missed the cut last week at Bay Hill but is a past champion at The Players Championship and presents plenty of value to bettors.
Henrik Stenson could shine at Arnold Palmer Invitational
Henrik Stenson could shine at Arnold Palmer Invitational

2020-03-04T19:52:01.361ZTommy Raymond

The PGA Tour moves to the Orlando area for the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill Club and Lodge. It will be the fourth rendition of the event since the passing of the legendary Palmer, who died in September of 2016.
Billy Horschel worth a wager at Honda Classic
Billy Horschel worth a wager at Honda Classic

2020-02-26T16:56:55.922ZTommy Raymond

The much-anticipated Florida swing starts Thursday on the PGA Tour when the Honda Classic tees off at PGA National in West Palm Beach. It has had a number of strong fields in recent years, but the 2020 edition will unfortunately mark a noted decline.
Tommy Fleetwood looking for 1st PGA Tour win at WGC-Mexico
Tommy Fleetwood looking for 1st PGA Tour win at WGC-Mexico

2020-02-19T18:57:57.898ZTommy Raymond

The PGA Tour heads south of the border for the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship at Club de Golf Chapultepec near Mexico City. One main feature is the long drives on this course, which sits at around 7,500 feet above sea level.
Cantlay is a sneaky good bet to win Genesis Invitational
Cantlay is a sneaky good bet to win Genesis Invitational

2020-02-12T15:28:30.066ZTommy Raymond

The PGA Tour’s West Coast swing concludes with the Genesis Invitational, which is hosted by Tiger Woods and was previously the full-fielded Genesis Open. It will be a 120-player event staged at historic Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, California.
Pebble Beach Pro-Am preview and pick
Pebble Beach Pro-Am preview and pick

2020-02-05T15:48:01.732ZTommy Raymond

The PGA Tour's West Coast swing moves up to the Monterey Peninsula this weekend for the Pebble Beach Pro-Am, which concludes as usual at Pebble Beach Golf Links.
Matt Kuchar poised to make some noise at Phoenix Open
Matt Kuchar poised to make some noise at Phoenix Open

2020-01-30T16:03:51.586ZTommy Raymond

The PGA Tour moves from San Diego to just outside of Phoenix this weekend for the Waste Management Phoenix Open, which is held at TPC Scottsdale. As is the norm in recent years, it is held on Super Bowl week, and every so many years, nearby Glendale has hosted the game soon after the tournament concludes. That won’t be the case again until 2023, but the excitement remains.
Woods looks to pass Snead with win at Farmers Insurance Open
Woods looks to pass Snead with win at Farmers Insurance Open

2020-01-22T18:14:52.000ZTommy Raymond

The PGA Tour swings toward the San Diego area for the Farmers Insurance Open at scenic Torrey Pines and will mark the anticipated 2020 debut of Tiger Woods. He just turned 44 on Dec. 30 and will seek to surpass Sam Snead in career PGA Tour wins.
PGA: Scheffler worth a wager at watered-down American Express
PGA: Scheffler worth a wager at watered-down American Express

2020-01-15T20:03:20.000ZTommy Raymond

The PGA Tour returns to the U.S. mainland this weekend for the American Express in La Quinta, California. For the first time, Phil Mickelson, a two-time winner of this event, will act as host. The tournament is played in a pro-am format and, and in 2012 became a normal, 72-hole tournament, rather than a 90-hole marathon.
Justin Thomas heavily favored at Sony Open in Hawaii
Justin Thomas heavily favored at Sony Open in Hawaii

2020-01-08T15:47:04.000ZTommy Raymond

The PGA Tour switches from Maui to Oahu for this week’s Sony Open in Hawaii, which is held at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu. Unlike last week’s Sentry Tournament of Champions, this is a full-field event and is played over much flatter terrain. It isn’t the best field we will see, but it will provide a two-year exemption to the winner, provided he isn’t already fully exempt.
PGA Tour: Fowler should flourish at Tournament of Champions
PGA Tour: Fowler should flourish at Tournament of Champions

2020-01-02T19:28:09.000ZTommy Raymond

The PGA Tour wastes no time getting off to a rousing start in 2020 with the first tournament of the decade – the Sentry Tournament of Champions at Kapalua Resort on Maui. It’s restricted to players who have won on the PGA Tour from last year’s edition to the RSM Classic in November. There is no cut and, assuming the player isn’t disqualified, the tournament provides guaranteed money.