Greenbrier Classic: PGA Odds, Pick, Predictions, Dark Horses - 7/2/15
Greenbrier Classic: Prediction, Odds, Pick
Greenbrier Classic: Thursday, July 2, 2015 at 4:00 pm (The Greenbrier)
The Line: -- Over/Under: See the Latest Odds
TV: GOLF, CBS
The Greenbrier Classic takes place this week White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. This is one of the newer golf tournaments in the PGA, as this is just the sixth season at The Greenbrier.
Here are some golfers you should include on your card this week.
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Kevin Kisner - Kevin Kisner is coming awfully close to win a tournament for the first time in two years. Kisner has three straight top-15 finishes, including a 12th place finish at the U.S. Open. In 21 events, Kisner has five top-10 finishes and seven top-25 finishes. Kisner also finished second in the Players Championship. Kisner is 18th in driving accuracy percentage, 31st in total driving and 30th in scoring average. Kisner is clearly one of the hotter golfers in this field, and I’ll gladly take a shot at +2800 this week.
Keegan Bradley - Keegan Bradley is another golfer who hasn’t won anything in quite a while, but the odds this week make him a decent play. Bradley is one of my long shots with odds of +8000. This is a golfer who finished fourth last year at this course. Bradley has seven top-25 finishes in 17 events played and four of them have come in his last eight tournaments. Bradley is 14th in driving distance, 15th in total strokes gained and third in total driving. Bradley is playing some of his best golf right now, and I like these odds with the form he’s currently in.
Webb Simpson - Another long shot this week has to be Webb Simpson with odds of +2200. Simpson has been terrible the last couple of weeks, but he does have six top-25 finishes in 14 events played, which includes a second place finish at the Wells Fargo. Simpson has made the cut in 12 of his 14 events played this season, which has to count for something. Simpson is eighth in strokes gained tee-to-green and eighth in the all-around ranking. Simpson also has three top 10 finishes in his last four appearances on this course. These odds are certainly worth a look.
Bill Haas - The +2500 odds for Bill Haas this week are rather shocking. Sure, Haas didn’t make the cut at the U.S. Open and finished 68th at Wells Fargo. However, overall, Haas has been solid this season, finishing in the top-25 in eight of his 15 events played, which includes three top-10 finishes. Haas has been one of the more consistent golfers this season and hasn’t received much credit for his efforts. Haas could easily win his second tournament this season if he’s able to remove his most recent efforts from his mind.
Brendon Todd - I really, really like Brendon Todd and the +4000 odds he’s coming with this week. The only real bad performance Todd has had this season was when he missed the cut at the U.S. Open. Other than that, Todd has made the cut in 15 of his 19 events and has eight top-25 finishes. In fact, two of Todd’s last three events were top-17 finishes. Todd is 10th in driving accuracy percentage, 12th in sand save percentage and 13th in total strokes gained. Also, Todd finished tied for fourth last season at the Greenbrier Classic.