After missing the PGA Championship, CoinRoster fantasy golf is back for the Charles Schwab Challenge. Some big names in the field this week including Justin Rose, DeChambeau, Rahm, and Rickie Fowler.
Reigning FedExCup champion Justin Rose defends a title that came rather unexpectedly last year as the PGA TOUR returns to Texas to finish up this year’s “DFW Double” with its 74th arrival at esteemed Colonial Country Club. Current FedExCup No.2 Xander Schauffele and Open Championship titleholder …
The PGA Tour stops at TPC San Antonio this week for the Valero Texas Open. The favorites are Rickie Fowler (11/1), Tony Finau (17/1), and Matt Kuchar (17/1). Rickie didn’t play at the WGC Match Play last week, so he’s fresh, compared to Matt Kuchar who at 40 years old, played a lot of golf last week as he reached the finals against Kevin Kisner.
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Matt Kuchar, twice a winner in 2018-19, and Rickie Fowler spark a roster of more than a dozen players set to play one of the PGA TOUR’s longest-running events. J.B. Holmes (Genesis Open), Adam Long (Desert Classic) and Cameron Champ (Sanderson Farms) give TPC San Antonio five entrants with a win …
This week the PGA Tour hosts a matchplay tournament with round robin matches starting on Wednesday this week, earlier than usual. Golf Channel will be also hosting a drawing show on Monday night. Click Here for a good description of the event provided by Golf Channel.
There is a betting pool on CoinRoster on who will win this week. Rory & DJ are the favorites at 10/1, but since the Dell Matchplay is a WGC event with a large purse, almost all of the world’s top players will tee off. Click here to view odds and bet on the Dell Matchplay.
If you want to play a bracket challenge in golf’s own version of March Madness, the PGA Tour has posted a bracket challenge. Click Here to view it.
The Florida swing continues as the PGA Tour stops this week for the Valspar Championship at Innisbrook. Early favorites include DJ @ 6.5 and Jason Day & John Rahm both at 12.00. CoinRoster has a several fantasy pools posted this week, click here to view our fantasy contests.
Dustin Johnson and Jon Rahm prepare to take on the “Snake Pit” of Innisbrook Resort’s Copperhead course for the first time, while Jason Day returns for the first time since 2013 as the reconfigured Florida Swing comes to a strong conclusion. Paul Casey is back to defend the title he captured last…
This week is the Players Championship on the PGA Tour, and you know it’s a big tournament when Golf Channel is doing extended coverage with their “Live At the…” news desk on site. All the world’s top golfers are teeing up this week including Tiger Woods.
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The favorites to win the 2019 Players Championship are Dustin Johnson & Rory McIlroy who are each posted at 13/1. World #1 Justin Rose is price in CoinRoster fantasy pools at $3,000 but he’s the 4th or 5th most likely to win according to bookmaker’s. Whereas after a good showing last week, Charles Howell and Lucas Glover are two players who have strong odds to win the tournament but are mid-priced in CoinRoster’s fantasy pools.
Reigning FedExCup champion Justin Rose and defending THE PLAYERS champion Webb Simpson top the marquee as the PGA TOUR’s flagship event moves back into its original March slot, ready to take on a TPC Sawgrass likely to show a different side than entrants have become used to seeing in recent years.
This week on the PGA Tour is the Honda Classic where Justin Thomas is defending champion. He’s joined by Brooks Koepka & Rickie Fowler who all live nearby (home course advantage?). Luke List, who lost a playoff to Thomas a year ago, is back as he continues to pursue his first PGA Tour victory. Several Europeans are playing The Honda Classic before making the trip to TPC Sawgrass in two weeks, including Alex Noren, who finished one shot out of last year’s Honda playoff.
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Brooks Koepka, Rickie Fowler and defending champion Justin Thomas – all of whom live minutes from PGA National Resort & Spa – top the marquee at The Honda Classic, which kicks off the PGA TOUR’s revamped Sunshine State schedule. Luke List, who lost a playoff to Thomas a year ago, is back as he continues to pursue his first TOUR victory.
This week the PGA Tour stops at historic Pebble Beach. Dustin Johnson will tee up this as the tournament favorite after winning last week in Saudi Arabia. CoinRoster has fantasy golf available as well as a fixed odds betting market on the tournament winner.
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Dustin Johnson and Phil Mickelson, owners of six Pebble Beach titles between them, seek to add to their totals as they top the marquee along with a resurgent Matt Kuchar and defending champion Ted Potter Jr. Jason Day, who shared runner-up honors last year alongside Mickelson and Johnson, also is…
This week, the PGA Tour hosts the Waste Management Phoenix Open, while other top players are teeing off at the Saudi International. Top players in Phoenix include Jon Rahm, Justin Thomas, and Phil Mickelson. While Bryson DeChambeau, Justin Rose, and Dustin Johnson will play in Saudi Arabia. Tiger Woods will take two weeks off before playing again at Riviera.
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The PGA Tour is back in January with the annual Tournament of Champions on Hawaii. We’ve posted fixed odds for the tournament winner, click here to view.
The PGA Tour Championship happens this week at East Lake and big money is on the line. In addition to the prize pool for this tournament ($9 million purse) the Fedex Cup will also be awarded ($32 million purse).
FedExCup points leader Bryson DeChambeau headlines the 30-man field that will determine the season champion, as the FedExCup Playoffs once again wrap at Atlanta’s historic East Lake Golf Club. Justin Rose, Tony Finau, Dustin Johnson and defending champion Justin Thomas round out the five players who can lay claim to the $10 million end-of-season bonus simply by winning the TOUR Championship.
The FedEx Cup moves from Philly to Atlanta for the Tour Championship and some more DraftKings PGA action. The FedEx Cup playoffs will be decided, and a champion will be crowned! Bryson DeChambeau enters the tournament with the top seed after winning The Northern Trust and the Dell Technologies!