A Military Tribute at Greenbrier Preview and Golf Betting Predictions

Craig Edwards

Monday, September 9, 2019 3:20 PM UTC

Monday, Sep. 9, 2019 3:20 PM UTC

Huge each-way betting odds this week for the A Military Trbute at the Greenbrier

<div><h2>A Military Trbute at the Greenbrier</h2><p><strong>September 12-15<br />The Old White TPC at Greenbrier<br />Par 70, 7286 yards</strong></p><h2><strong>Introduction </strong></h2><p>A tournament introduced to the PGA Tour in 2010 replacing the long-standing Buick Open. This season the event moves in the schedule to September from early July.</p><p>The Old White TPC at Greenbrier is over 500 metres above sea level based in White Sulphur Springs in West Virginia. A remarkably flat course with the fairways often at the base of the mountains that provide a beautiful topography. A stream running through the entire course of many dramatic doglegs it is one of America’s great courses with a ton of personality that combines beauty and challenge.</p><h2><strong>Predictions and Betting Tips </strong></h2><p>Last year’s champion <strong>Kevin</strong> <strong>Na</strong> has become one of the PGA Tour's most reliable competitors and also won the Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial a few months ago. A venue that cannot be over-powered we have to consider that he will be capable of becoming a back to back winner this week.</p><p>A player who was below his normal high standards last season was <strong>Russell</strong> <strong>Henley,</strong> but he did have a 2<sup>nd</sup> place finish only four starts ago at The John Deere Classic. He is though, a very consistent performer at The Old White TPC with three successive top 10 finishes and represents a good each way selection this week.</p><p><a href="http://a.oddsmarket.com/record/v?c=168&amp;a=4417b7df-a48f-47f3-9b45-f79858bc083a&amp;f=3" target="_blank"><img alt src="https://images-production-euw2-753931602578.s3.amazonaws.com/5d582dcf927b95968483da5f/original-10-bet-new-customer-welcome-bonus" style="width:100%" /></a></p><p><strong>Robert</strong> <strong>Streb</strong> is my idea of a solid each way bet this week having been in the top 11 in the last three seasons at the course. Two of those efforts have resulted in runner up finishes and a player who seems to reserve his best play for the later months of the year will be delighted to see this schedule change. His play at the start of 2019 was in keeping with that trend and never recorded a finish above 21<sup>st</sup> until the end of July at the Barracuda Championship where he finished 3<sup>rd</sup>. That was not enough to hang on to his playing privileges but a 5<sup>th</sup> place finish at the Children’s Hospital Nationwide got him through the Korn Ferry series, securing his place back on the PGA Tour.</p><p>A player back on tour with full status this season is <strong>Brendan</strong> <strong>Todd</strong> who back in 2014 had a world ranking high of 41. In 2018 he was at an all-time low as the yips took over in tournament golf. Usually the yips are confined to the putting green for golfers, but it was an affliction that affected Todd's range of shots from the fairway. On a break he read Bradley Hughes E-book who was once a PGA Tour player and now a respected coach, he was inspired by what he read and, approached Hughes to become his coach. He also sought help from Sports Psychiatrist Ward Jarvis who has helped other sportsman particular from baseball to help with the mental side of conquering the yips. As my regular readers and followers know he is a player I have tipped and mentioned in recent months as I became aware of the renaissance in his game. Winner of the 2014 Byron Nelson Classic he looks ready to contend again soon and this may be the place as he has two previous top 6 finishes at the Old White TPC.</p><p><strong>Brandon</strong> <strong>Hagy</strong> is a new name to many readers this week, but he has an interesting form chance. At his last tournament, the Albertsons Boise Open, a final round of 64 meant he could count himself unlucky in finishing 2<sup>nd</sup>. The week previous he had finished 5<sup>th</sup> at the Nationwide Children's Hospital Championship. The interesting form line I touched on above was in 2017 he had his best PGA Tour start of that season at The Old White TPC, and now in better form we have a solid each way bet at big price.</p><p>The final player I will add each way this week is 2012 champion <strong>Ted</strong> <strong>Potter</strong> Jnr who also had a 6<sup>th</sup> place finish in 2013, that brings compelling evidence this is his favourite venue. The surprise 2018 Pebble Beach Pro Am champion had been in subdued form since but there has been palpable improvement recently with a 5<sup>th</sup> place finish at the Rockets Mortgages Classic in July.</p><h2><strong>Recommended Bets - All Odds with <a href="https://a.oddsmarket.com/record/v?c=150&amp;a=df66db4b-b019-4343-9fc7-6c4f20e2a356&amp;f=1" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Golf Betting Odds">Paddy Power</a></strong></h2><p><em><strong>Russell Henley – each way @ 36.00 (35/1) </strong></em></p><p><em><strong>Robert Streb – each way @ 51.00 (50/1) </strong></em></p><p><em><strong>Brendan Todd - each way @ 126.00 (125/1)</strong></em></p><p><em><strong>Brandon Hagy - each way @ 91.00 (90/1) </strong></em></p><p><em><strong>Ted Potter Jnr - each way @ 151.00 (150/1) </strong></em></p></div>
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