The last official event on the PGA Tour until 2018 is the RSM Classic and our betting preview pits a whole host of hungry players yearning to make Thanksgiving weekend especially bountiful.
Just like in cards a pair of nines doesn’t usually win and it was as true at the OHL Classic as in the World Series of Poker. While Patton Kizzire dominated, two of our picks fell just short.
ow profitable is betting on last year’s winner of a tournament? Does it make sense to back a repeat winner and is it a winning golf betting strategy over time?
Are you looking for a LTR* but always seem to end up OOB*? Then you need a helping hand. SportPartner is that hand, or in golf speak, a potential romantic mulligan.
Pat Perez won here last year and is going well again this season. Can our OHL Classic at Mayakoba betting preview pick another winner when as the PGA Tour takes a trip to the Mexican Riviera?
Is there going to be another 100/1 winner at the Shriners Hospitals For Children Open? The last three have, and the value seemingly doesn’t stop there either. Read our betting preview.
Justin Rose was a footnote in the WGC-HSBC until the back nine on Sunday. Although he started at 22/1, he traded much higher for most of the week. But the odds were predictably much higher in Jackson!
Does anyone else have a massive urge for crispy chicken coated in a secret recipe? Just me? No matter. Here’s our Sanderson Farms betting preview complete with tips, dips and a cock-shaped trophy!
Welcome To China, where golf courses close down quicker than you can say socialist revolutionary anniversary. Read our WGC-HSBC Champions betting preview and tips from Sheshan International.
Justin Thomas is having a proper purple patch right now and while his recent odds have been single figures, they have been winning ones. Who were you on this week? We look back at the CJ Cup in our PGA Tour betting review.