This week the Tour heads to Silverado Country Club in beautiful Napa, California for the Safeway Open. The Swing Season is in full effect and this rendition of the Safeway sees a rather stacked field when compared to previous renditions, but who wouldn’t want to go to Napa in the fall?! Thomas, Cantlay, Molinari, DeChambeau … Continue reading 2019-20 Safeway Open Golf Betting Odds & Picks
The Tour has instituted the FedEx Starting Strokes Index for play at the Tour Championship. Justin Thomas has a two-shot lead heading into Thursday over Patrick Cantlay.
This week the top 70 players in the FedEx Cup Standings head to Medinah Country Club in Medinah, Illinois for the BMW Championship
With a field of only 30 next week, this will be the last golf DFS write-up until the new season begins in October. Hopefully it’s been helpful for you and thank you for reading!
This week I will be considering current form more heavily than most weeks as it is difficult to ascertain what kind of test players will face. What I do know is that ball striking will be at a premium.
This year’s event is at Liberty National Golf Club in New Jersey. This is the first time that Liberty National has held The Northern Trust. It was previously known as the Barclays and played there in 2013 and 2009.
This week concludes the PGA Tour’s regular season and the top 10 players after this week in the season long points race will divvy up a $10 million bonus.
This week’s Wyndham Championship at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, NC is the last chance for players to get into the top 125 in order to qualify for the playoffs.
This week players will compete in a brand new tournament at a familiar location, the World Golf Championships – Fedex St. Jude Invitational held at TPC Southland in Memphis, Tennessee.
The FedEx St. Jude Classic is now the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational. It has replaced the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational and is now played in late July instead of June.
As always, value picks are the theme. Those bargain bin options that you can use as punts with potential to fill out a lineup and save some money can be the difference between winning and losing.
This week players from all over the world converge on Northern Ireland in hopes of being crowned Champion Golfer of the Year. The 148th rendition of the world’s oldest Major, The Open Championship heads to Royal Portrush Golf Club, a course that hasn’t hosted The British since 1951.
Only 13 players participating next week in Northern Ireland at Royal Portrush are in the field this week, so that means that a LOT of players are gunning for that last spot.
This will be quite a week in golf DFS, that’s for sure. A lot of the top players are playing the Scottish Open to get ready for The Open Championship, so we’re going to have to dig really, really deep to find some good candidates that qualify as value picks.