PGA Tour Betting Picks: Houston Open

Lets see who survived Sin City!
The Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in the Summerlin TPC golf course lived up to expectations including Patrick Cantlay and Kevin Na duked it out on 2 playoff holes.
As the stick proven to be the difference, the strokes gained putting leader, cantlay, the tee-to-green pioneer of this week, fell short to Kevin Na.
Since he had a poor operation the week 14, I stayed away from Patrick. This proved to be a mistake as he wanted to knock some rust from the clubs.
We cashed about the modern day Happy Gilmore of golf, current Canadian and former hockey player, Adam Hadwin to complete inside the top twenty for (+210).
He was good the entire championship but he jumped on Sunday using a (63) to end the weekend tied for 4th.
Adam Scott was on course for another stellar outing for all of us at this young age until he hit on a wall shooting at a (74) in the last round.
No other golfer who finished inside the top 70 took a (74) that the whole tournament.
Because Webb Simpson came , thats alright, though! We had him (+250) to get a top ten and he wrapped things up with a T-7.
On to Houston we go!
Humble, Texas, really.
If the towns newest superstar Russell Westbrook decides to construct a mansion or 4 at the corporate 29, they may need to alter the title of this town.
It is a little bit of weak discipline because Henrik Stenson is leading the way in 10-1 odds.
We possess Pat Perez, Cameron Champ, also Brian Harman. The latter managed to finish third against the Cantlay along with Kevin Na at Vegas.
BetOnline.AG gets the lines for us this past week.
Now, let us get to the gambling odds and picks to get the Houston Open of the PGA Tour.
I know I said to be careful of course history because of the enormous change in conditions surrounding this particular tournament but Russell Henley is not amajor risk to win the Masters each year.
Also, he has played than any other golfer. The Macon, Georgia native has finished 7th, 4th, 5th, 1st, and 8th in each of the previous five decades here.
I really dont understand ways to ignore the man in this circumstance.
The greens are Bermudagrass that is their specialty.
Hes a wind player that is solid as well as were anticipating some conditions on Friday.
He was 13 under par last week in Vegas too so his kind is rather solid.
We need to probably go top ten here, if you desire, and you can, but I like the safe bet for cash.
The 26-year-old Florida State Seminole has a history here too. He has not been superman such as Henley but the art remains there.
This golf course plays much like a Florida class; classical and very flat with lots of water risks.
The history of berger resembles this: 25, 5th, 5th, and 18th.
I believe he is good for a top twentyfive, especially in a field than were used to viewing.
He also finished 18th at the Shriners at the Safeway Open the week prior at Vegas and 23rd.
Were sticking with the South today.
Harris, another Georgia boy, is prepared to play in this weeks Houston Open.
Hes had a fantastic season thus far!
3rd in the Greenbrier, 6th at the Sanderson Farms, also he also slowed a bit in his third successive week to kick off the year at the Safeway Open at which he only managed one under on Sunday falling him back to 33rd for the afternoon.
Thats fine!
Last week, he took a week off. No poker dollar beers, tables, or even In-N-Out Burger.
English enjoys the Bermudagrass placing surfaces too.
He doesnt have the terrific course history like our first two selections but his kind is outstanding along with his tee-to-green match is unmatched among his own peers in the area this week in the previous 8 weeks.
Harris continues to be 4th in shots obtained among the field in the last two months.
Texas, its!
As the Houston Astros will sponsor the Tampa Bay Rays in a deciding Game 5 on 24, the air in town should be electric.
The NBA season is approaching and with the addition of Russell Westbrook, Rockets lovers are excited. We will see how long this lasts but for now…
It is normally played one week before The Masters in April, the Houston Open, as this weeks tournament.
I imagine itll be warmer down in Texas this time with weather, even though some conditions at least a day should be seen by us of year.
They are all plus money for twenty finishes which I adore, especially in a field of golfers who features only two of the top 50 in the world.
Tune in, turn up, and cash out!
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