2023 John Deere Classic Golf Betting Odds, Picks & Preview (July 06-09, 2023)

2023 John Deere Classic Golf Betting Odds, Picks & Preview (July 06-09, 2023)

Consider the John Deere Classic placement on the PGA Tour schedule. It’s not a surprise to see most of the best players in the world taking a pass on playing in the John Deere Classic this week. Accordingly, it is the final Golf betting Lines event before heading across the pond for two weeks. Including the Open Championship at Royal Liverpool. TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Illinois, hosts the John Deere Classic. Since 1971, the John Deere Classic has been a staple on the Tour’s schedule.

2023 John Deere Classic Betting Information

When:July 6-9, 2023
Location:TPC Deere Run, Silvis, IL
Course:7289 yards, Par 71
Purse:$7.4 Million
TV Coverage:CBS, GOLF, ESPN+, Peacock
Defending Champion:JT Poston
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2023 John Deere Classic SBG Overview

This year’s John Deere Classic will occur Thursday, July 6 through Sunday, July 9, at TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Illinois. Last year, JT Poston was a wire-to-wire winner. Despite having no prior success at the John Deer Classic, he cruised to victory. So will 2023 U.S. Ryder Cup captain Zach Johnson be on hand. Johnson is from neighboring Iowa. Also teeing it up is Nick Taylor, who won the RBC Canadian Open, Denny McCarthy, and Matt Kuchar.

However, most of the top sportsbook players worldwide are skipping the event before heading to Europe. As a result, there are plenty of opportunities for someone to grab a life-changing victory in the Quad Cities.

As mentioned earlier, the John Deere Classic is known to have one of the weakest fields of the year. Cause by the upcoming Scottish and British Opens. The top players in the world often choose to skip this event. Hence, that has opened the door for many first-time winners. Like many other TPC layouts, Deere Run encourages an aggressive style of play. And it is susceptible to low scores from in-form iron players who can catch a hot putter.

Previously, Jordan Spieth, Steve Stricker, Russell Henley, Zach Johnson, and Kevin Na highlight the players who have repeatedly played well here. Correlate the top mid-iron approach players with proven success in easier scoring conditions.
When looking through the John Deere Classic winners over the last ten years, there is a solid trend of winners from the mid-range of the odds board. Consider that four of the last five winners have posted in the 50-1 to 90-1 range pre-tournament. With the lack of elite names at the top of the board and the depth of talent at the bottom, there are plenty of value opportunities.

2023 John Deere Classic Top Contenders

JT Poston is 84th in the FedEx Cup standings. And he is 61st on the Official World Golf Ranking. So far this season, Poston has no wins and three top-10 finishes. Poston has seven top-25 finishes with cuts made in 22 events.

Overall, Zach Johnson is 147th in the FedEx Cup standings and 226th on the Official World Golf Ranking. This season, Johnson has ten cuts made in 16 events with one top-25.

And then there is the 2023 Canadian Open Champion, Nick Taylor. Taylor is 9th in the FedEx Cup standings and 45th on the Official World Golf Ranking. So far this season, Taylor has 14 cuts made in 22 events with six top-10s and one win.

2023 John Deere Classic Free Pick

In this situation, Nick Taylor combines ability and good form with the Golf Betting Lines.

2023 John Deere Classic SBG Best Bets: Nick Taylor.

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