The Wyndham Championship is the last PGA Tour event before the FedEx Cup Playoffs, which start a week later for the Top 125 ranked players, My Golf Betting Advice will focus on players with Bet Golf Odds that I think will rise to the occasion. A number of players are flirting with both sides of the bubble and need to step up their game to qualify.
The sixth-oldest PGA tournament has always been played in Greensboro, NC. It has been contested at Sedgefield Country Club since 2008.
Here are four players that I am giving you to use in your Daily Fantasy Betting. You should bet golf odds on these players, not always to win. Top five and Top 10 betting odds at BetUS can also be lucrative.
Take action and check on amazing Wyndham Championship Odds!
Webb Simpson +950
The betting favorite is exactly that for a reason, and with odds of almost 10-1 is still a good play. Simpson has been a force at Sedgefield Country Club for a decade. With his current form, he seems like an extremely solid play to be in the money come Sunday.
Simpson has been in the top 11 eight times in the last 10 years with one win and a finish of third or better three other times. This golf course and tournament obviously are a perfect fit for him,
Brooks Koepka +1000
The last time Koepka played in the Wyndham was in 2015 when he tied for sixth place, His recent resurgence after a knee problem puts him back among the best golfers in the world.
Koepka finished in a tie for second place at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational two weeks ago and was only two strokes back last week going into the final round of the year’s first major, The PGA Championship. He blew up with a final round 74 and was never in contention, but his mental ability is the best in golf and can never be counted out.
Justin Rose +2000
This PGA Tour event presents a great opportunity to take advantage of great #GolfOdds at BetUS on Rose. Rose seemed to figure out his putting problems last week at The PGA Championship. He finished in the Top 10 and also has a tie for third and a tie for 14th place since the PGA Tour’s restart five months ago.
Rose has not played at Sedgefield since 2009 when he finished in a tie for fifth place. That seems to be a good place to start. He has Golf Odds that are almost 5-1 at BetUS to finish in the Top Five and it is worth taking a shot at those odds. He is also a smart play to bet in Golf Matchups and use in your DFS lineups at Fan Duel and Draft Kings.
Si Woo Kim +3000
Kim finished in fifth place last year at the Wyndham Championship. He was your PGA odds payoff for the winner in 2016. The betting line posted here is extremely high for his success here and his golf form the last year and recently.
Since the PGA restart or what I call the COVID-19th Hole Swing, he has three top 10 finishes in his last seven events and made the cut in all seven. It’s worth checking out where Kim’s Top 10 and Top 20 golf odds stand. We have seen that those should stay high enough to wager on with a minimum risk.