Betting on Bubba for Greenbrier PGA Event 7/2?

Golf wagering is on a grand scale as we head towards the Greenbrier Classic starting on July 2nd. Apex Golf Betting hit a hot streak last week predicting that Bubba Watson’s breakout from his recent slump. Now the tour heads to West Virginia for our sports investment needs. Even if White Sulphur Springs sounds a little off putting, we see several top players opt to play at this stop on the PGA Tour. So sit back and let us breakdown the event and provide our PGA Free Pick of the Week.

Pressing Forward

Bubba has decided to not take a break while riding the wave of momentum he is on. Those of prominence that are trying to derail him include Keegan Bradley, Patrick Reed, and others. With the wide fairways, long hitters are afforded an extra degree of protection here. Angel Cabrera via a wild card entry hoisted the cup last year. Even Tiger is showing up at after his Chambers Bay implosion. Let us see whom we like, some reasons why, and whether we want a future or individual matchups to butter our bread.

Top Rank

Another quandary immediately is presented with us comparing recent form with overall history. Webb Simpson starts it off for us. He got a third place in 2014 but is in poor form coming into this. Chambers Bay beat him up where he only got a tie for 46th. His high skill level and superb past will get him into the forefront for top ten wagers. However, avoid heads up wagers until we see how hot he really is this weekend.

Out of Nowhere

Rookies are ripe for wagering because they present problems for established models used by the linesmakers. Tony Finau is one such quandary to ponder on. Six cuts with a top fifteen finish in the US Open is just the start of why we like him. He is long off the tee topping 305 yards per drive. The width of the course plays right into his wheel house. While a future on him should not be considered for first place, his price on heads up matches for the first round should be not only investigated but invested upon.

Golf has been good to us and will continue to do so. This facet of sports handicapping is an art form based on experience and course conditions. Throw in momentum plus personal history at each event and one can trump dry mathematical equations the books use to assign spreads. Four days of viewing with mountains of money to be made. America’s Bookie and other premium sportsbooks have the lines up right now to bet on. Good fortune and we will talk to you next week here at APEX Golf Betting.