Deutsche Bank Championship: PGA Odds, Pick, Predictions, Dark Horses - 9/1/16
The 2016 Deutsche Bank Championship
Deutsche Bank Championship: Thursday, September 1, 2016 at 1:00 pm (TPC Boston) See the Latest Odds
This week we head to Massachusetts for the 2016 Deutsche Bank Championship, an event that debuted in 2003 and carries us through Labor Day Weekend. We’ve seen some very impressive scores at this event over the years and the last several years have been extremely competitive.
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Here are some golfers to consider on this week's card.
Jason Day - You guys know I rarely put the overall favorite on these articles, but once again, you can’t ignore Jason Day and plus money. Day is +580 to win this tournament and even that is great value. Day has top-10 finishes in five of his last eight events, which includes an eighth place finish last week at The Barclays. Not to mention Day finished runner-up in the 2010 Deutsche Bank Championship. Putting Day on your card is as automatic as brushing your teeth these days.
Patrick Reed - Patrick Reed has to be feeling good after finally getting his season victory at The Barclays last week. Reed has finished no worse than 22nd in his last five events and has 15 top-25 finishes overall in 25 events played. Reed has been one of the more consistent golfers all season long and should be even better now that he got the monkey off his back. Odds of +2200 and Reed are a great play this weekend.
Henrik Stenson - Henrik Stenson missed the cut last week and four of his last six PGA events overall. Not great form if you ask me. However, Stenson did win the Deutsche Bank Championship in 2013 and was runner-up last year. In the short history of this event, Stenson has had the most success by far. Nobody has won this course more than once, but Stenson and odds of +1600 is worth the play given the history.
Matt Kuchar - Matt Kuchar wasn’t sharp last week, but he still earned a bronze medal a couple weeks ago and has finished 17th or better in three of his last six PGA events. Kuchar has also consistently made the cut at TPC Boston and has multiple top-25 finishes on this course. Kuchar has a chance to get his first victory this season and is being overlooked with odds of +4000.
Jim Furyk - Jim Furyk has been really sharp recently since returning from injury, as he’s made the cut every event since the Memorial and has five top-25 finishes in 13 events played. Furyk also has a solid history in this event and has has placed in the top-30 seeral times. It may be too early to predict Furyk to start winning tournaments but given his current form and consistentcy, there’s value with odds of +4000.