This is the PGA Tour’s flagship event and it has a prize pool in excess of $12 million. The first place cut is $2.25 million. Also, this is one hell of a challenge a few weeks in advance of the Masters at Augusta National.
We always have a terrific field on hand for the PGA Tour’s flagship event and this year is no different. In fact, this year’s field is like a traditional one on steroids as the players vie for a piece of the $12.5 million prize pool and the $2.25 million that goes to the winner.
The field for the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill took a hit with the withdraw of Tiger Woods, but don’t let that deter you from following this event.
A very strong, “invitation-only” field is on hand this week for the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill. This is the final tune-up for the PLAYERS Championship.
A much weaker field is on hand this week for the Honda Classic, which means that DFS players are left with a lot of tough choices.
As the PGA Tour moves back stateside, the field is quite a bit weaker as we look at how things set up for the Honda Classic. This event kicks off the Florida swing at PGA National and begins a run of four straight events in the Sunshine State before the next WGC event in Texas.
WGC events bring out the best of the best and that is no different down in Mexico this week for the WGC-Mexico Championship. This is the second of four WGC events scheduled for the 2018-19 PGA Tour season.
Over $10 million will be handed out to the field at Club de Golf Chapultepec in Naucalpan, Mexico for this weekend’s WGC-Mexico Championship.
Whether you call it the Los Angeles Open, the Northern Trust Open, the Nissan Open, or the Genesis Open, you should be plenty interested in the 2019 version of this tournament at Riviera Country Club.
This is a long par 71, so it definitely favors the guys that can grip it and rip it from the box, but it also favors guys that putt well. You’re looking for the guys that drive for show AND putt for dough this week in Pacific Palisades, so keep that in mind.
With such a big field of pros and amateurs, this event is played on three different courses. Pebble Beach Golf Links will be played on Sunday by the remaining field, but the first three days are spread across Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill Golf Course, and Monterey Peninsula Country Club.
This week, the players will play on three different courses over the first three days and then Pebble Beach Golf Links on Sunday if they are lucky enough to get there.
Very thick skin is needed in order to survive the Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale. This is the most raucous environment on the PGA Tour schedule.
The Waste Management Phoenix Open shares the spotlight with the Super Bowl every year and is one of the few non-majors able to carry that burden.
Let’s take a look at the 2019 Farmers Insurance Open to find some good picks and some good betting angles for this year’s tournament.