But one last tournament, the John Deere Classic remains before the odds on golf world sets its sights on the Major. Always played the week the British Open, the John Deere Classic will give golf wagering fans ones last glimpse at some of the top golfers in odds on golf before the big event.
The John Deere kicks off on July tenth and as always the golf wagering will run through the weekend. The host course for the event is another TPC location, some of the finest in odds on golf action, and for the ninth straight year the TPC At Deer Run, outside of Silva, Illinois will play host to the event. This course lives up to the honored reputation of TPC courses in golf wagering and should play as difficult as pre-Major warm up in odds on golf betting.
The TPC at Deer Run will play a par-71 for the golf wagering tournament and at over 7200 yards it has plenty of length to challenge the golf wagering athletes. Much of that distance is wide open and there are plenty of chances for golfers to advance in the golf wagering and take plenty of shots at the pin. But the most striking thing about this course is the gorgeous scenery which serves as a back drop for the golf wagering. One of the truly underrated courses, at least in terms of aesthetics, this course flies under the golf wagering radar.
The golf wagering field unfortunately does quite match the breathtaking scenery. With only one top 20 rated players in the field this year the golf wagering should still be amazing, but will certainly lack in star power. Most of the top names in golf wagering will already be in the UK preparing for the British Open. The top name in the golf wagering is not doubt the red hot Kenny Perry who is one of only four players to register multiple wins in the PGA golf wagering this year. And keep an eye on Sean O’Hair who will be looking to repeat his golf wagering magic of a few years ago.