The best golfers in the world will descend upon Bethpage Black to compete in the PGA Championship for the second major of the season.
The Championship has been shifted up into May to ease the burden on the end of the schedule after being deployed as the final major competition.
It follows in the wake of The Masters that saw Tiger Woods kick off the season by ending his 11-year drought in the majors. He was one of the leading contenders for the crown, but the PGA Championship has a habit of finding winners from the lower depths of the field.
We’ll now break down the outsider contenders for the crown, using the latest betting odds.
Simpson has pedigree at the majors, having won...
The Masters is arguably the most prestigious event on the golfing calendar as players from around the world descend upon the Augusta National Golf Club to compete for the Green Jacket.
Augusta is one of the toughest courses on the PGA Tour and provides the ultimate test of a golfer’s quality and character under pressure. It has broken the best players in the world as the stress of the final day has resulted in catastrophic meltdowns.
Players that are out of the spotlight can thrive without the burden of expectations. Danny Willett capitalised on Jordan Spieth’s collapse in 2016 to claim the Green Jacket. There have been other outsiders to have won the event, flying under the radar to achieve...
Tiger Woods is the man to watch at The Masters this week, with the legendary golfer eyeing a return to the top of the sport.
The 43-year-old seemed destined to smash Jack Nicklaus’ record of 18 major wins when he won The Open in 2008. However, injuries and a complete collapse in form has resulted in a 10-year drought.
Woods has shown signs of a return to his best form, but will face a challenge to win the Green Jacket for a fourth time.
Even the current elite of the game have struggled at the Augusta course, while there are also outside candidates like Woods, who are aiming to secure the crown.
The decline of Wood has been one of the major storylines in golf over the past five...
Shop around and you may be able to get double-digit odds about whichever one of the 128 players whom you fancy will win the Australian Open women’s singles final in Melbourne.
The combination of the absence of 23-time Grand Slam queen Serena Williams, physical and/or psychological queries with regards to many of the favourites and the inconsistencies of those players means that the Australian Open women’s singles is, for the want of a better term, a lottery for punters.
Most bookmakers have bestowed Australian Open women’s singles favouritism upon Simona Halep following her Shenzhen success in the lead up to the Melbourne tournament but her draw is difficult – the first...
The south coast is where both of Sunday’s English Premier League matches will take place and there is one away side that is worth supporting to leave with three points.
That team is not Everton even though one could make a case for the Toffees being worthy favourites for their English Premier League game at Brighton. Everton manager Ronald Koeman is under intense pressure after spending millions during the close season but failing to recruit a striker capable of filling the void that Romelo Lukaku’s move to Manchester United created. Everton has won just two of its seven English Premier League matches but the same goes for Brighton and, according to one’s collateral form analysis,...
Don your Betting Boots to Back Bantams at Stadium MK
Milton Keynes is the English Football League’s most disliked team because of how it gained its place in the tournament and, therefore, some punters may take great joy in backing the Dons to lose at high-flying Bradford on Saturday.
The result of Wimbledon’s controversial relocation to the Buckinghamshire new town from south London in 2003, Milton Keynes is a side that most English football fans like to see fail and one thinks that the Dons are likely to take a fall versus a Bradford team that rates much better than them.
Eleven rounds into the English League One season and Milton Keynes is 10th on the ladder with a 5-2-4 record, 17 points and a goal difference of zero. Six points...
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