Heading into Sunday at Riviera, our experts had the leader board covered. Then, Hideki Matsuyama happened.
And just like that, the West Coast swing has reached its peak with the Genesis Invitational, the second signature event in the last three weeks. A 70-man field of elites with only a small cut should theoretically increase our chances of bagging a winner.
It’s been slim pickings so far on the outright winner front for us so far in 2024. That’s due to change this week at the WM Phoenix Open, where this panel has historically done some of its finest work.
For the first time in a long time, the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am has a truly elite field, perhaps the most elite it’s ever had. As it should. One of the sport’s most iconic venues has been missing some serious star power over the last few years.
The longshots are running wild in 2024, with amateur Nick Dunlap being the latest mega bomb to to win on the PGA Tour. Enter Torrey Pines, a venue known for producing elite winners and elite leader boards time and time again.
Another week, another longshot gets it done on the PGA Tour. Sadly, we were not on Chris Kirk at Sentry nor Grayson Murray at Sony, but it’s good to see the mega bombs can still get it done. There are big tickets to be cashed in 2024.
The Sentry was a nice little appetizer, but the Sony Open is the first full meal of the 2024 season. And while it may not be a signature event like Kapalua had, a number of stars, and soon-to-be stars, are showing up to make their ’24 debuts at Waialae. Will Zalatoris, Ludvig Aberg, Matt Fitzpatrick…
The waiting is over. As fun as bowl season and the final stretch of the NFL is to bet on, it’s time to get back to what we do best—betting on golf.