2023 Charles Schwab Challenge Golf Betting Preview & Odds (May 25-28, 2023)

2023 Charles Schwab Challenge Golf Betting Preview & Odds (May 25-28, 2023)

In one of the most competitive stretches of the PGA Tour schedule, the stars continue to shine in the Lone Star State. Next, the PGA Tour heads to Fort Worth, Texas, for the 2023 Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial Country Club. Colonial Country Club is the longest-running host course on Tour. While it’s gone through many different sponsors, 2023 marks the 77th total installment of this event. In turn, this Golf betting lines event dates back to 1946. Namely, Sam Burns and Jason Kokrak have taken a more aggressive approach to wins over the last two years.

2023 Charles Schwab Challenge

Date:May 25-28, 2023
Location:Colonial Country Club, Fort Worth, Texas
Course:7209 yards, Par 70
Purse$8.7 Million
TV Coverage:CBS, GOLF, ESPN+
Defending Champion:Sam Burns
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2023 Charles Schwab Challenge Overview

Specifically, Colonial CC is a positional course that has historically mitigated distance advantage. Thus, Colonial CC has produced a diverse cast of sportsbook winners. Overall, the players who catch the hottest irons and putter are the ones who have historically prevailed at this event.

Additionally, there will be an added premium on mid-irons and accuracy off the tee. Players will work the ball around this golf course and create the best angles to attack pins and generate scoring opportunities.

In sum, the Charles Schwab Challenge is an invitational field. It is limited to 120 players, maintaining the standard “top-65 and ties” cut rules. A storied event that lacks the “Elevated” status bump on this season’s schedule, the Charles Schwab Challenge has attracted a strong field. Despite its position between the PGA Championship and the Memorial Tournament.

Colonial CC is a classical, tree-lined, positional golf course with a rich history. As a par 70 just over 7,200 yards, it’s stood the test of time and challenged the field year after year. It keeps scores in check and has led to many dramatic finishes.
In turn, precision off the tee, accuracy on approach, and putting pedigree are the consistent key characteristics of winners.

2023 Charles Schwab Challenge Top Contenders

Namely, Texas native Scottie Scheffler headlines the field this week. Thus, he will have the home crowd on his side all week. Accordingly, that was the case at the AT&T Byron Nelson. Naturally, Scheffler will be a prohibitive favorite after losing to Sam Burns last year in a playoff. Concurrently, Scheffler is joined by seven others in the OWGR top-20, as Max Homa, Jordan Spieth, Viktor Hovland, Tony Finau, Sam Burns, Collin Morikawa, and Sungjae Im figure to open as the favorites.

Burns is back in the field to defend his title. Following his win over Scheffler in a playoff amidst extremely dry, firm, fast, and difficult Sunday afternoon conditions. In addition to Burns, gamblers will see Justin Rose, Kevin Kisner, Jordan Spieth, Chris Kirk, Zach Johnson, and Rory Sabbatini return to the field as past champs.

2023 Charles Schwab Challenge Free Pick

Previously a Golf Betting Lines winner once this season in Texas, Tony Finau, claims the top pick for many Wise Guys. Finau continues to display an elite, well-rounded form. He has finished top-35 in all seven career Charles Schwab Challenge appearances. Including a T4 here last year. Now, Finau will look to rebound from a disappointing finish at Oak Hill last week.

2023 Charles Schwab Challenge SBG Best Bets: Tony Finau.

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