If different is your thing, you are in luck this week as the PGA Tour takes a break its normal singles format for a doubles event down south at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. The Zurich has a history of singles play but debuted a doubles format in 2017. Ted Walker gives his picks for head to dead and which duo has the best golf odds to win overall.
Have you recovered from the Masters yet? I know the sportsbooks haven’t. There is no rest for anyone on the PGA Tour and while everyone is already looking ahead to Bethpage, let’s not forget our yearly trip to Hilton Head for the RBC Heritage. Ted Walker fights through the Masters hangover and gives his RBC Picks!
The first day of Spring was March 20th but, for golf bettors, Spring doesn’t start until Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player hit those honorary tee shots into the fog on the morning of April 11. Golf was born in sheep pastures overseas, but the heart of the game now resides in Augusta, Georgia. The 83rd edition of the Masters is just over the horizon and there are few, if any, championships that are more coveted in golf. For bettors its as much about who has the most valuable odds as it is the golfer himself. Let’s breakdown the golf picks and the sportsbook odds!
When: April 4-7, 2019 Where: AT&T Oaks at TPC San Antonio, San Antonio, TX TV: The Golf Channel/NBC After a wild week at the Match Play, most golfers and golf fans are looking ahead to The Masters. While the year’s first Major is an all-encompassing draw, the PGA...
If your basketball bracket is already in the recycle bin, a chance at redemption is here for you in the form of the WGC-Dell Match Play. A match play event has been a fixture on Tour since 1999 and golf’s version of March Madness is the true home to Cinderellas as the higher seed won 40% of the time in the first round when the Tour used the single elimination format. Some would say it is the harder of the March tourneys to pick, but don’t worry because T-Walker has your free golf selections.