The new Major schedule adopted by the Tour was meant to give the season a different flow with a Major Championship each month starting in April and the FedExCup Playoffs finishing off the year. That change now has us facing the PGA Championship while Tiger Woods is still doing press off his Masters win. That’s a win for fans but what does it mean for golfers and Championship odds? Ted Walker gives his golf predictions!
Don’t let the Trinity Forest name fool you as there isn’t a single tree on the interior of this 7,380 yard, par-71 course. That forest does enclose the course completely but the trees only come into play on a few holes that make up the outer course border. The rest are decidedly links-style with rolling terrain being the dominant feature here. Let’s look at the sportsbook odds and which golfers are best suited for this course.
The re-tool of the Major Championships schedule has us just outside of Bethpage Black and the PGA Championships but before we head to New York, we need to make another east coast stop for the Wells Fargo Championship. Quail Hollow has been part of this event since the early 2000’s and many top players count this course as a favorite so strong fields are common. This is also a favorite event for golf bettors and Ted Walker is here to help us find the value. Read Ted’s WFC golf picks.
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!