This week 48 of the top 50 players in the world are set to compete in Memphis. That means many great players also happen to be sleepers. Here are the hosts' best bets and long shots for the WGC-St. Jude.
Kip Henley caddied for Brian Gay during his win at TPC Southwind in 2009. Together with the host, Henley makes his pick to win this week's World Golf Championship.
With world No. 1 Jon Rahm sitting out, TPC Southwind offers a crowded betting field at the top.
Cameron Champ wins by two shots to pocket $1.188 million from a $6.6 million purse.
The hosts preview the 3M Open, where a few under-the-radar picks (and one in particular) have a great shot to pay off.
World No. 2 Dustin Johnson will garner most of the attention, but with a subdued field, there is more value elsewhere.
Collin Morikawa collects Open-record $2.07 million. Runner-up Jordan Spieth takes in $1.198 million from $11.5 million pot.
Royal St. George's is a true links course. Who looks like a good bet for the Claret Jug? Who will disappoint? We gathered a panel of golf writers and golf gambling experts to discuss.
Lucas Glover collects $1.116 million from a $6.2 million purse for his win at the Deere.
Gambling and golf are seemingly an ideal couple. But what if fans start distracting players during their swings? Or shaking balls loose from trees? It's a slippery slope.