The Greenbrier Classic is the next golf betting event in the 2017 PGA Tour, to be held July 6th-9th on The Old White TPC at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. Here a few strong contenders for people who like to bet on golf.
The son of Jay Haas has four top 25 finishes in his last four starts, including his best finish ever in the US Open (tied for 5th place) as well as a T12 at the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational and T13 in the Quicken Loans National. Haas tied for runner-up with Bob Estes in the 2011 Greenbrier Classic and placed T9 in the 2013 edition.
Kevin ‘Costner’ Kisner
Kisner had his worst finish ever in the US Open with a T58, but tied for 6th place3 at the Memorial Tournament and won the Dean & Deluca. Kisner tied with David Hearn and Robert Streb for second place in the 2015 Greenbrier Classic.
The South Korea-born, New Zealander golfer has had top 3 finishes in three of his previous six starts; T5 at the Byron Nelson, solo 6th in the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational, and T3 at the Travelers Championship. Lee is the most recent winner of the Greenbrier Classic, winning the 2015 edition (the 2016 tournament was cancelled due to flooding).
What would a list of golf betting faves be without Lefty on it? Wrong. It would be wrong. Micks uncharacteristically finished the St. Jude Classic within the top 10 (it is tourney named after the patron saint of lost causes, after all). His best finish prior to that had been a T5 in the WGC – Dell Technologies Match Play.
Reed has three straight top 15 finishes; tied for 13th in the US Open (matched his second-best finish in a tournament), tied for 5th place in the Travelers Championship, and tied for 17th in the Quicken Loans National.
The Swede also had his second best finish in a major at the US Open, in addition to notching a T5 in the Quicken Loans National. Lingmerth placed T9 in the 2013 Greenbrier Classic and T6 in the 2015 edition.
The Canadian had a disappointing 73rd finish at the QL National, but had two top 10 finishes prior to that – tied for 10th place in the St. Jude Classic and tied for 8th place in Travelers Championship. In addition to that, Hearn was a runner-up in the 2015 Greenbrier Classic.
Simpson is coming off a T8 finish at the Travelers Championship. More to the point, he finished tied for 9th place in the 2011 Greenbrier Classic and tied for 7th in the 2012 edition, and had a solo 3rd finish in 2014. And that wraps up this list of Greenbrier Classic golf betting candidates, so go ‘long now and don’t forget to bet on golf at this sportsbook – unless there is another flood of course, but what are the odds of that?