Outright Bets for The Wyndham Championship 2022
The Betting Approach for The Wyndham Championship 2022
Well we didn't have much cooking last week as Finau somewhat ran away with things. It's been a tough few weeks for us Long Shot hunters as a bunch of short numbers have been winning on the PGA TOUR
But...the Wyndham Championship sets up nicely for a long shot winner as we've had a 600/1, 150/1 and 500/1 winner in the last 10 years!
The sportsbooks have the winning score over/under at -20.5 in this southeastern birdie fest to finish off the regular PGA TOUR season. You've got to put your ball in the fairway, avoid all the nasty bermuda rough, and make plenty of putts on the speedy, pure, grainy bermuda Donald Ross greens.
More Intel on Sedgefield Country Club
You can also watch this 14 minute video where I break it all down with features, stats, trends, player quotes and more on Sedgefield Country Club. This is everything you need to know and NOTHING you don't.
We've also got a secret weapon every week in the Nut Hut as we've added John Rathouz (aka CaddieHouse), 10+ year PGA TOUR Caddie. John will be in the Nut Hut every week sharing insights on the courses, how they're playing and what he's hearing from ground zero that week.
If you're in the Nut Hut and you've not scrolled the #Caddie-Info channel this week...you're missing out on a TON of information. The chat tonight will cover everything from strategy in GPPs, cash games, betting, weather and tee time wave advantages, and of course picks & fades. If you'd like more detail on the weather and our thoughts, then check the Nut Hut and sign up for the Chalk Bomb email going out here in a few hours.
This is NOT Your Mama's Betting Article
I bet on golf for fun. You should too. Life is too short to bet favorites! Therefore, I don't get the betting erection I crave betting guys at 18/1 or 9/1. I realize that may be the sharper way to do things, but F that. I've felt the rush of have a big triple digit winning golf bet hit...and Daddy likes!
Throughout the season, I'm going to show you my pre tournament bets, including what I'm risking, odds, and some brief logic behind the pick. I'm actually betting these guys. I'm taking $50 a week at $10 per unit to show you how I allot my dollars. Follow along, bet with me if you like, or completely fade everyone on this betting card. Up to you. I finished the 2019-2020 PGA Tour season up 10 units over 30 weeks & the 2020-2021 season up 41 units strictly betting the long shot outrights and first round leaders (nothing shorter than 25/1).
Long Shot Outright Bets for The Wyndham Championship 2022
We're up 41 on the PGA TOUR season after whiffing again last week with these damn short dicks winning. The last time we saw a triple digit winner this season was KH Lee at the Byron Nelson. And, the next longest winner since was Poston at 65/1, which we hit on this card (takes bow).
I'm banking on a bomb to bend over our bookie with a card starting at the 40/1 number, alongside 4 triple digit winners. It can happen here at Sedgefield Country Club.
Most of these guys got plenty of coverage between our podcasts and YouTube channel this week. My approach hasn't changed since Monday given what we're hearing from the course and the lack of real weather impact. Hodges and Putnam are the two bombs I've warmed up to as the week has gone on, primarily due to what I'm seeing on them with the market making sportsbooks.
Other than that, it's a plethora of accurate, precision types that can roll that damn rock and make birdies. Stallings is maybe the worst course fit for a place like Sedgefiled, but he's just too hot right now for a guy at 70/1.
Alright, off to write the Chalk Bomb! Have a great week and #BendOverYourBookie!