The final PGA Tour stop before the Masters takes us to Texas, where a solid field will compete in the Houston Open. Big names like Jordan Spieth and Phil Mickelson (pictured above) will look to generate momentum before heading to Augusta, while less heralded players will be motivated by the desire to qualify for the first major of the season.

How will it all shake out, and where can bettors and DFS players find value? Our team of experts weighs the evidence and explores the key angles to help inform your tournament wagering and fantasy selections.

Note: Odds are current as of March 27.

The Course

The Golf Club of Houston has hosted the tournament for more than a decade. The course is on the longer side at 7,457 yards for a par 72, but there isn’t too much danger outside of some water. The course also has faster green surfaces because players want a glimpse of the speed they’ll see next week at Augusta.


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