Fed Ex playoff time polarizes the handicapping ability of those who wager on golf. There are basically two types of minds that tackles the PGA pros. One looks for value from the outside. The unknowns or long shots that could spring up and snag tremendous profit. Alternately, there are those that examine the best of the game and are not afraid to wager one against another for a round or over the entire tournament. Jason Day’s win at the first venue of the Fed Ex illustrates that 2015 might not be the year of the underdog as crunch time is upon the PGA.
Jason, Jordan, and Rory are the three best golfers on the planet. All are in this tournament but have varying forms going in. Mr. Day won the event last week and has surged within a whisker of the top spot in the world. Jordan Spieth had it for two short weeks before a missed cut pushed him off of the mountain top. Rory regained it without having to expel any effort. He did not play and his game will have a lot of rust due to that recovered ankle. Out of the three, Jordan should be your focus. He had a slew of top tens before that missed cut. Wager on him for individual matchups in rounds two and beyond.
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Henrik has the two elements for success here this week. He has done well here in the past winning the event in 2013. Plus he has the recent form that allows him to build upon past success. Half of the last six events he has entered has got him top ten nods. With his tour leading greens in regulations this year, the TPC Boston is tailor made for his success.
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