2020 Workday Charity Open: Latest betting odds, favorites and sleeper picks for Muirfield Village Golf Club
Patrick Cantlay, who won last year's Memorial Tournament, looks like a good bet at 14-1 odds to win the inaugural Workday Charity Open at Muirfield Village
In this week's Up and Down, host Colin McDonald unpacks DJ's win at the Travelers, Phil's fashion statement and a near-Cinderella story on the Korn Ferry Tour. Look for more episodes in the weeks to come.
2020 Rocket Mortgage Classic: Latest betting odds, favorites and sleeper picks for Detroit Golf Club
Bryson DeChambeau, the 6½-1 favorite, looks good this week, but Viktor Hovland, a 22-1 choice, and Lucas Glover, at 66-1, might be smarter plays for bettors
Koepka didn’t test positive for coronavirus, but his caddie did, so the world’s 4th-ranked player opts to ‘protect everybody else’ with withdrawal. Recent winners Daniel Berger and Webb Simpson also pulled out
2020 Travelers Championship: Latest betting odds, favorites and sleeper picks for TPC River Highlands
Justin Thomas, a 12-1 co-favorite with Bryson DeChambeau appears to be a good bet this week, and Sungjae Im, at 35-1, is a sleeper who is ready to reawaken
After Tour’s first positive test last week at Hilton Head, focus on health and safety takes renewed importance in Connecticut
In this time of unrest, a reader says golf is finding a role to play
In the first of a new series, host Colin McDonald explores what's "up" and what's "down" this week in the world of golf. Yes, Daniel Berger won the Colonial last Sunday, but there were several other winners in the PGA Tour's return after a three-month layoff due to the coronavirus pandemic. Look for more episodes in the weeks to come.
The PGA Tour is back, but the much-anticipated return of Tiger Woods will have to wait at least another week (and quite likely all the way to the Memorial) as his yacht apparently did not carry the 15-time major winner when it sailed north to South Carolina last week. However, the field will include our first winner since the shutdown, Daniel Berger (40-1), who held off Collin Morikawa (25-1) in a thrilling Sunday-playoff at Colonial. And unlike a normally subdued roster of competitors post-Masters, the RBC Heritage will be treated to a loaded tee sheet filled with many of the world’s top players itching to find a groove again since being off for so long.