Keegan Bradley is +4000 to win the tournament, has three top-10 finishes on the Golf Club of Houston course and only one missed cut in seven appearances.
The PGA Tour moves from Napa to Sin City this weekend for the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open at TPC Summerlin. This year it takes place four weeks earlier than a year ago, and since the Presidents Cup is in the not-too-distant future, it probably has a better field than one might expect at this time of year. Among those making his 2019-20 season bow is world No. 1 Brooks Koepka, who appears here for the first time since finishing second in 2016.
The PGA Tour moves to the West Coast for the Safeway Open, which is now played at the Silverado Resort and Spa North course in beautiful Napa Valley, California. The Tour came to this Johnny Miller-redesigned course back in 2014, and has remained here since after having stops in Scottsdale, Arizona and San Martin, California.
Shane Lowry hasn't won at Wentworth but possesses a trio of top 10 finishes, including a second behind Rory McIlroy. I will give Lowry a shot at +2800 for the top score and consider him for each-way betting.
The 2019-20 PGA Tour season kicks off Thursday, September 12 with A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier, located in scenic White Sulfur Springs, West Virginia. It originally was played in August, then moved to July, before taking a hiatus in the last season due to so many changes on the PGA Tour schedule. Though a lot of last season’s main stars will be absent, it will provide numerous opportunities for rookies and other players to get a head start on the competition.
Dust off your granny’s teakettle and butter up the crumpets—we're looking toward the 149th the Open Championship. Across the pond we go to Royal St. George’s Golf Club, sandwiched in Kent, England and the host of 14 prior British Opens.
On the Marty McFly heels of Rory McIlroy’s FedEx Cup conquest, we shift focus to future bet opportunity at the 2020 U.S. Open. Crank the speedometer up to 88 mph, grab your 2020 edition of the Grays Sports Almanac, and let’s see who will provide the plutonium power next year.
Atlanta's East Lake Golf Club plays host to PGA's final surviving 30, all vying for Bobby Jones' Calamity Jane sterling silver putter (the Tour Championship trophy), not to mention the $15 million in FedEx Cup coinage.
The 2018-19 PGA Tour season will end Sunday, when the winner hoists the trophy for the Tour Championship and FedEx Cup at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta. The event offers plenty of intrigue thanks to a controversial new format.
The FedEx Cup switches to the BMW Championship at Medinah Country Club (No. 3 course) in Chicago this week for the penultimate leg of the playoffs.