Course Spotlight: Which secret skill will help the United States keep the Ryder Cup?
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Course Spotlight: Which secret skill will help the United States keep the Ryder Cup?

The rhetoric around the Ryder Cup is endless. Rather than read another straightforward course preview, let’s take a detailed look past the common perspective and use a professional eye to see where the true betting edge lies in Rome.

Course Spotlight: Scorecard changes at Silverado favor a secret skill
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Course Spotlight: Scorecard changes at Silverado favor a secret skill

Why did they change the scorecard at Silverado’s North Course? For nine years, the Silverado Resort and Spa’s North Course has been the host venue for the Fortinet Championship. Nestled in Napa, the resort will welcome 156 players for the start of the FedExCup Fall, a series of seven events designed to fill out the top…

Course Spotlight: Short game is how to separate from the field at East Lake
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Course Spotlight: Short game is how to separate from the field at East Lake

ATLANTA – How do you pick one winner from the top 30 players on TOUR? 24 of them are ranked in the top 30 in the Official World Golf Ranking. Nineteen in the field have competed in the TOUR Championship at least twice and 25 of them at least once. Seven of the last eight…

Course Spotlight: Seek the ultimate driving machine at the BMW Championship
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Course Spotlight: Seek the ultimate driving machine at the BMW Championship

OLYMPIA FIELDS, Ill. – Jon Rahm joined the media on Tuesday afternoon and shared the secret to his 2020 BMW Championshipsuccess. “The one thing I can tell you, which is funny, I don’t think I attempted to hit one draw on the weekend whatsoever,” said Rahm. “It was just not happening that week, and I…

Course Spotlight: Why you should tail those who fade the ball at TPC Southwind
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Course Spotlight: Why you should tail those who fade the ball at TPC Southwind

What do Will Zalatoris, Justin Thomas and Daniel Berger all have in common? Yes, they are all recent winners at TPC Southwind. And each of them loves to play a fade shot pattern off the tee. In fact, the last six winners in Memphis see the course the same way from the tee box. When it comes…

Course Spotlight: Will a hot putter be enough to separate Denny McCarthy from the pack at Sedgefield?
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Course Spotlight: Will a hot putter be enough to separate Denny McCarthy from the pack at Sedgefield?

Denny McCarthy is nearly a stroke better at putting than anyone else in the field at the Wyndham Championship. The flatstick aficionado is gaining over two strokes (2.14) against the field in his last 24 rounds. This gives the PGA TOUR’s best putter a huge advantage as we head toward Sedgefield Country Club.

Course Spotlight: Building a game plan to tackle water-logged TPC Twin Cities
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Course Spotlight: Building a game plan to tackle water-logged TPC Twin Cities

TPC Twin Cities is an amateur golfer’s nightmare. The property has 27 water hazards coming into play on 15 of the 18 holes. Where there is dry land, this week’s TOUR stop reveals 72 bunkers. All 14 driving holes bend in one direction or the other. Everyday golfers love to look for the on-course trouble,…

Course Spotlight: How Stadium success could unlock betting value at Royal Liverpool
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Course Spotlight: How Stadium success could unlock betting value at Royal Liverpool

Royal Liverpool could easily be the setting for a Shakespearean tragedy. From the clubhouse to the course, every element of this championship venue tells a story. That narrative could not be any more different than what it was a year ago at St. Andrews. The 150th Open Championship played at the birthplace of golf was…

Course Spotlight: Finesse leads to first place at the Genesis Scottish Open
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Course Spotlight: Finesse leads to first place at the Genesis Scottish Open

The Renaissance Club has seven par 4s over 440 yards in length. The three par 5s average 590 yards and three of the five par 3s are over 200 yards in length. Most preview experts are going to preach length as the priority to win the Genesis Scottish Open. I believe just the opposite. Scoring…