The PGA Tour is all set to return on June 11 with the 2020 Charles Schwab Challenge. Golf fans and bettors are excited to see the top players in the world tee it off again after a lengthy layoff. Ready to bet on this event? Check our first what the experts are saying about the players below.
High-Value Sleepers and Sleeper Picks and Predictions for 2020 Charles Schwab Challenge PGA Golf Championship
Where: Colonial CC, Fort Worth, Texas
When: June 11 to 24, 2020
Lines: View all 2020 Charles Schwab Challenge Lines
TV Broadcast: CBS
|Expert||Golfers to watch out for|
|Tripp Isenhour||Jordan Spieth, Justin Rose|
We begin with Tripp Isenhour of the Golf Channel. Isenhour cites two golfers to watch out for in Jordan Spieth and Justin Rose. Spieth’s struggles have been well-documented, but Isenhour thinks that the long break could be the cure to the golfer’s malaise. Also worth mentioning is the fact that Spieth has won at the Colonial before, winning there in 2016 and went second in 2015 and 2017. Spieth also managed to finish eighth there in 2019. Spieth has two top 10s in eight starts so far this year. Spieth is +4000 to win the 2020 Charles Schwab Challenge. As for Rose, we’ll discuss more of him below.
|Expert||Golfer to watch out for|
|Mike McClure||Patrick Reed|
Reed is priced +2800 to win at the Colonial this weekend, but for Mike McClure and his projection model, the golfer could be the surprise of the tournament. Reed has consistently put himself in a good position to win. He has four top 10s, including a win at the World Golf Championship-Mexico Championship, and six top 25s in eight starts this season. In his last start, he settled for a T15 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational last March.
|Esten McLaren||Justin Rose|
Could the recent failure of Justin Rose’s (+4000) marriage with Honma, the Japanese golf equipment manufacturer, prompt a resurgence from the former no. 1 player? Rose has been atrocious, relatively speaking this season, with three cuts in five starts. He’s been cut in both of his last two starts. That said, Rose has won at the Colonial before, which was in 2018.
TopBet News Editor – Ryan Simpson
|Ryan Simpson||Rory McIlroy|
Resident editor Ryan Simpson truly believes the 2020 Charles Schwab Challenge is for McIlroy (+750) to lose. The current no. 1 player in the world has been impressive in every start he’s made this season. He has not finished worse than a T5, with a win at the World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions, in six starts this year. He also looked sharp at the recent TaylorMade Driving Relief (unofficial PGA event) back in May.
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