Professional sports bettor Rufus Peabody, Westgate golf oddsmaker Jeff Sherman and VSiN host Brady Kannon recommend betting more on matchups than futures.
Brooks Koepka and Graeme McDowell withdrew from Travelers Championship in Connecticut Wednesday after both their caddies tested positive for the coronavirus.
Bubba Watson will be a popular pick to win the Travelers Championship. He’s one of golf’s biggest hitters, and TPC River Highlands is the second-shortest course on the PGA Tour.
With the four major American sports leagues still on hiatus because of the coronavirus pandemic, the PGA Tour has exploded in popularity among bettors the past two weeks.
Webb Simpson celebrated another victory on Father’s Day, this time with a tartan jacket instead of a U.S. Open trophy.
Phil Mickelson turned 50 this week and is now eligible to play on the Champions Tour. Let that sink in.
HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. — Five-time PGA Tour winner and Henderson resident Nick Watney tested positive Friday for the coronavirus, the first player with a confirmed infection since golf resumed a full schedule last week.
Rufus Peabody had $2,000 in bets to win $173,000 on Kyle Stanley, who led by seven strokes in the final round at Torrey Pines in 2012 but lost in a playoff.
Collin Morikawa, a 40-1 long shot, missed a 6-foot birdie putt for the win on the 18th, then lost to Daniel Berger on the first playoff hole when his 3-foot par putt lipped out.
Daniel Berger saved par from behind the 17th green on the first playoff hole and won when Collin Morikawa missed a 3-foot par putt.
On Thursday, Olson won on the Unbridled Tour, taking home the title at Fleming Island Golf Club in Jacksonville, Florida. The victory earned him $8,650.
Golfers won’t need to hit bombs off the tee to win at narrow Colonial Country Club. But golf bettors should have a chance to hit a long shot at the wide-open event.
The Charles Schwab Challenge tees off 25 straight weeks for the PGA as Las Vegas resident Kevin Na looks to defend his title against some of golf’s biggest names.