Golf betting for the fall portion of the schedule begins with the Turning Stone Resort Championship.
Making a golf bet is usually interesting on this event as a number of players have a chance to win.
Golf betting on this tournament scheduled for early October is not likely to have a heavy favorite. There are a number of golf betting contenders including last year’s champ Dustin Johnson and 2007 winner Steve Flesch.
Golf betting could be popular on golfers like Rocco Mediate, Adam Scott, Stuart Appleby, K.J. Choi, Robert Allenby, Brian Gay and Matthew Goggin.
A long shot golf bet would be on 1995 U.S. Open winner Cory Pavin. He has 15 wins his career and will be the U.S. Ryder Cup captain next year.
Other golf betting choices this week could include PGA Tour rookie Marc Leishman who is having a great season. He made The TOUR Championship by finishing in the Top 30. Steve Marino is another top golfer in this golf betting field. He made the TOUR Championship as he was 25th in the FedEx Cup standings. He has four top 10 finishes this season as online sports betting notes.
Not to be forgotten in sports betting are Charley Hoffman, Brandt Snedeker, Nathan Green, J.B. Holmes, Jonathan Byrd and Cameron Beckman. Hoffman tied for fifth in this golf betting event two years ago. Snedeker has five top 10 finishes this online sports betting season. Green was the golf betting winner in the Canadian Open. Holmes is a two-time golf betting winner of the FBR Open while Beckman is a former golf bet winner of the Frys.com Open. Byrd has won three times in his career in golf betting.
Last year it was Dustin Johnson winning this golf betting event. He defeated Robert Allenby by a single shot. He was two shots clear of Woody Austin, Davis Love III and Ryuji Imada. Johnson won a career-best $1,080,000 with the win. None of the players last year in this golf bet tourney were able to have all four rounds in the 60’s. Robert Allenby led the field in greens in regulation last year in this tournament while Olin Browne hit the most fairways and Richard Johnson led the field in putting.
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