Sony Open – Gambling/DFS Preview 2021

Last week we started the year with the first PGA tournament, the Sentry Tournament of Champions. I had a pretty good week with my 3 guys coming 2nd (in a playoff), 3rd and T7. Not bad for the first event of the year. This week we’re still in Hawaii for the Sony Open, the first full field event of the year. Course Breakdown 7044 yd. … Continue reading Sony Open – Gambling/DFS Preview 2021

Sentry Tournament of Champions – Gambling/DFS Preview 2021

The PGA Tour kicks off with the first event of the year at 2:30pm EST today with the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the field this year is expanded. I break it down from a gambling/DFS perspective. Course Breakdown Par 73, 7518 yds but at a higher elevation so it plays shorter, resort course, lot of elevation changes and uneven lies … Continue reading Sentry Tournament of Champions – Gambling/DFS Preview 2021

Tour Championship – Gambling/DFS Preview 2020

We have reached the Tour Championship with the top 30 players in the FedEx Cup Standings competing for $15 million. I break down the whole field. Tournament Notes Final event of the FedEx Cup Playoffs and the PGA Tour season New format started last year with the starting strokes for the tournament based on FedEx Cup standings. Win this tournament, win the FedEx Cup and … Continue reading Tour Championship – Gambling/DFS Preview 2020

BMW Championship – Gambling/DFS Preview 2020

Course Breakdown Par 70, 7343 yds, average to narrow tree lined fairways with large bunkers in the landing areas, 8-12 yd of rough between the fairways and trees, only subtle doglegs on some holes so guys should be able to crush driver, greens are tough to roll up to and a lot have large deep front side bunkers, small elevated bluegrass greens (between poa and … Continue reading BMW Championship – Gambling/DFS Preview 2020

The Northern Trust – Gambling/DFS Preview 2020

Course Breakdown 7216 yd. Par 71, 3 par 5s (2 are reachable by the full field), 4 par 3s, wide tree lined fairways, easy to hit fairways (66%), bunkers and mounds if players miss, rough shouldn’t be too thick or much of a factor, trees and tall fescue on wild misses, average sized and easy to hit (66%), firm, very fast bentgrass greens that are … Continue reading The Northern Trust – Gambling/DFS Preview 2020

Wyndham Championship – Gambling/DFS Preview 2020

Last week we had a spectacular PGA Championship for the first major of the year capped off with Collin Morikawa’s fantastic Sunday finish. Although I didn’t get the chance to publish my write up for it, I hit Morikawa as a winner as one of my only three picks (check my Twitter to see that full breakdown). This week the PGA goes back to a … Continue reading Wyndham Championship – Gambling/DFS Preview 2020

WGC FedEx St. Jude Invitational – Gambling/DFS Preview 2020

Last week at the 3M Open sucked, trash tournament. But this week we’re back with a WGC field for the FedEx St. Jude Invitational. Course Breakdown 7244 yd. Par 70, plays significantly longer, one of the top 15 hardest courses on tour every year, 7 of the Par 4s are over 450 yds, both Par 5s are reachable, most balls in the water (in play … Continue reading WGC FedEx St. Jude Invitational – Gambling/DFS Preview 2020

3M Open – Gambling/DFS Preview 2020

Course Breakdown Par 71, 7481 yds, designed by Arnold Palmer and Tom Lehman, altitude above sea level so shots will go farther than normal, was a birdiefest on the Sr. Tour (average winning score of -21) which will continue on the PGA, ton of water here with 27 water hazards (in play on 14 holes), 6 Par 4s over 450 yds, wide tree lined fairways, … Continue reading 3M Open – Gambling/DFS Preview 2020

Memorial Tournament – Gambling/DFS Preview 2020.

Last week’s Workday Charity Open at Muirfield Village was fantastic with the most entertaining Sunday golf of the year. And I hit another T5 on Viktor Hovland, not a big deal. We’re back to the same course again for the Memorial Tournament at Jack’s Place with a major-esqe field including the best player of all time, Tiger. Course Breakdown Par 72, 7456 yds, Jack Nicklaus … Continue reading Memorial Tournament – Gambling/DFS Preview 2020.