Steve Stricker beat Padraig Harrington on the first hole of a playoff in the Senior PGA Championship on Sunday.
nine picks I love at the People Insurance Open, according to a qualified gambler
America’s most telegenic muni is back in the spotlight this week due to the Tour returns to Torrey Pin, in San Diego, for the 2022 Farmers Insurance Open up. The resort scenery never fails to deliver. To suit your needs big names tend to show up, since well.
Patrick Reed, who cruised to a five-shot victory here last year, is in the field, but he hasn’t been in sparkling form of latter part of the. He’s listed at 50-1 to win, far on the board below quick betting favorites Jon Rahm , Justin Thomas, Dustin Cunningham, Bryson DeChambeau & San Diego native Xander Schauffele.
As usual, clients are ready to two rounds of the event will be played on Torrey’s North and South Workshops before shifting to the high-quality South Course for the week end.
And, as usual, GOLF. com’s expert prognosticator Erick Lindgren will be crafting wagers. The deal is the same as prior to. We give Lindgren a $1, 000 in play financial resources, and he supplies us together with 5 top picks. Here are what he’s thinking for a Farmers, which kicks off Thursday morning along the Southern California offers a.
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Bryson DeChambeau to win: +2, 000 (wager: $200)
All of remember DeChambeau’s Sunday turmoil at Torrey at last year’s U. S. Open. Discover what is easy to forget, Lindgren yells, Bryson had gone 34 divots without a bogey before his unfair stumble. “His upside often is massive, ” Lindgren boasts. “So, we’ll take the to win before that they wings off to Saudi Arabia next week. ”
Matt Wolff to win: +6, six hundred (wager: $100)
The odds endorse a long shot. It certainly is not, Lindgren says. “If Wolff isn’t a Top 10 golfing enthusiast yet then he is on his way. No need to overthink your boyfriend at this price. ”
Joseph Bramlett to finish in the the top 10: +1, 000 (wager: $300)
Lindgren came close to cashing big on Bramlett last monday in the desert. He hasn’t lost his faith. “He has course history on his side at Torrey, ” Lindgren says. “I’m in search of him to step up. ”
Sahith Theegala to finish of top 5 for first stage on North Course: plus one, 100 (wager: $250)
Our Pepperdine grad isn’t while on the radar for the average hincha. Lindgren is not a casual onlooker. “We’re starting to see glimpses of what he’s in a position, ” Lindgren says. “Though he faded in the postrero round last week, I’m more interested in the 62 he written in the second round. ”
Sepp Straka to finish by the top 5 for the first about on the South Course: +1, 400 (wager: $250)
Lindgren isn’t convinced that Straka can keep it up for entire rounds, but the Austrian totally does make birdies in bundles. Combine that with his sound past at Torrey Pinastre, and Lindgren likes man to start strong.
Last week’s track record : Lindgren was everywhere in Francesco Molinari in the wilderness, wagering $200, at +1, 200 odds, that the Swedish would finish in the The top 10 at the American Express. Having been right. Molinari’s T6 proving gave Lindgren a $2, 400 win, for a goal haul of $1, one thousand.