The last tournament of the regular season is upon us. The 2019 Wyndham Championship takes place at a familiar venue for golf fans and handicappers alike — Sedgefield Country Club.
Major Championships provide a great opportunity to wager on proven winners at phenomenal odds thanks to the incredible depth of talent at the top of the odds market. While Brooks
The Midwest Swing makes its final stop in the Quad Cities this week at a course golf handicappers are very familiar with, which is a refreshing change of pace from
The PGA Tour begins its three-week Midwest Swing, which will lead us into The Open Championship at Royal Portrush. This part of the schedule should lead to some of the
Now I know what everybody is thinking after reading this headline: This is the U.S. Open. This is Pebble Beach. This is Elite SZN. While I agree that’
This week brings us to my favorite region of the country when making First-Round Leader wagers — the West Coast. The poa greens out west basically cut the field in
Last week in this article, I discussed Kevin Na’s prospects at Colonial Country Club and how well his game translated there, so it was satisfying to see him
What more needs to be said? Brooks Koepka shot out of a cannon last Thursday to secure the coveted title of First-Round Leader and I believe he ended the week
The great thing about wagering on golf is that we see the unexpected happen all the time, which gives us plenty of opportunity to turn a small investment into a
Last week, we correctly guessed which wave to target at the AT&T Byron Nelson, as seven of the top 10 players after Round 1 had morning tee times.
This week the PGA tour stops in Dallas for the AT&T Byron Nelson at Trinity Forest Golf Club. This is storm season in Texas, and the Metroplex has
The rise in popularity of golf betting has led to an increased awareness of the “First-Round Leader” market, but it’s still far too niche than it should be. I