Online Golf Betting - Turning Stone at SBG Global

The PGA Tour may be done with the FedExCup but the season is not over and online golf betting will continue this week as the Tour moves to central New York for the inaugural Turning Stone Resort Championship

The PGA Tour may be done with the FedExCup but the season is not over and online golf betting will continue this week as the Tour moves to central New York for the inaugural Turning Stone Resort Championship. This is the first regularly-scheduled PGA Tour event on American Indian lands. As you look at online golf betting you should tune into The Golf Channel which will be showing all four rounds.

As the PGA Tour season continues, online golf betting fans will want to remember that golfers are still trying for the Top 40 in the money lies, a spot in the Masters and other winner’s only qualifying events. The tournament this week has a purse of $6 million which is the biggest remaining one this year. If you are looking at online golf betting you may want to know that this week’s tournament is being held at the Atunyote Golf Club. Those fans that made golf bets know that it had a scoring average of 70.891 last year. John Rollins shot 64 in the final round last season to win for online golf betting fans.

As you look at online golf betting this week keep in mind the top four returning players from last year’s field are defending Champ, John Rollins Bob May, Shigeki Maruyama and David Branshaw. Rollins had that great round of 64 last year. Some online golf betting fans might know that others that shot 64 last year were May, Omar Uresti and Nicholas Thompson. The low round of the week last year went to Michael Allen who shot a second round 63.

As you consider your golf bets this week you have some contenders to consider. Online golf betting odds have Henrik Stenson, Stuart Appelby, Fred Funk, Steve Flesch, Brandt Snedeker, Joe Ogilvie, Robert Allenby and Justin Leonard as top golf bets this week. Other notable players in the field for online golf betting players to consider are John Daly, Lee Janzen, Corey Pavin, Shaun Micheel and Bob Tway.

As you consider your online golf betting this week you may want to keep in mind that some players are trying to stay in the top 140. Every player except one from 115-140 in the money rankings is playing this week so that is something to keep in mind as you consider your online golf betting. There is no clear cut online golf betting favorite this week but Appelby, Allenby and Pettersson are getting some support for online golf bets.