After all the drama at the 2020 PGA Championship, the season continues this week in Greensboro for the 2020 Wyndham Championship. All odds are now up on TopBet’s sportsbook, but in case you’re still pondering about which player to bet on, the experts below can help you arrive at that decision.
Expert Picks and Predictions for the Wyndham Championship Running from August 13-16, 2020
Where: Sedgefield CC, Greensboro, NC
When: August 13-16, 2020
TV Broadcast: GOLFTV
|Esten McLaren||Patrick Reed|
Esten McLaren has his eyes on Patrick Reed, as his top pick to win at the 2020 Wyndham Championship. Reed, who is +1500 to win this week at Sedgefield CC, has a single win, thus far this season, which he got at the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship way back in February. Reed has made the cut in all of his last four starts, including at the TPC Harding, where he finished tied for 13th. It should also be noted that Reed won the Wyndham Championship in 2013.
|Expert||Golfer to watch out for|
|Mike McClure||Harris English|
For Mike McClure, his model is high on Harris English, which not many bettors are probably looking at right now. English, who is +2800 to win the tournament, has cracked the top 20 in seven of his last eight starts. He performed well at the PGA Championship last week, settling for a T19. On the season, English has 11 top 25s and five top 10s in 16 starts.
|Will Gray||Webb Simpson|
Golf Channel’s Will Gray ranked some of the players who are part of the field at the 2020 Wyndham Championship and on top of his list is Webb Simpson. Priced at +1000 to win the event, Simpson just seems to play in Greensboro. Simpson has won at Sedgefield CC once before, topping the field at the 2011 Wyndham Championship, and in 11 career starts there, he’s cracked the top 10 seven times. He’s also finished no worse than third in each of his last three appearances at Sedgefield CC.
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|Ryan Simpson, News Editor||Brooks Koepka|
After a T2 finish at the World Golf Championships-FedEx St. Jude Invitational, Koepka wasn’t able to feed off that performance at TPC Harding, where he settled for a T29 last week. But it just doesn’t feel right to write him off. For one, Koepka finished solo sixth at Sedgefield CC back in 2015’s edition of the Wyndham Championship. And he’s also shot 68 or better in seven of eight rounds there. Koepka is +1100 to win this week in Greensboro.
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