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Old 04-14-2019, 09:56 PM
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Doesn't matter if they do or not, the long time big books are still way ahead with everyone hammering him over and over, year after year.

Also wouldn't be surprised if he did cash another major this year and books get smoked again.
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Old 05-12-2019, 11:04 PM
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PGA Championship


T Woods 9/1
D Johnson 10/1
B Koepka 10/1
R McIlroy 12/1
R Fowler 16/1
J Thomas 18/1
J Rahm 18/1
J Rose 20/1
J Day 25/1
F Molinari 25/1
T Fleetwood 25/1
X Schauffele 25/1
T Finau 30/1
B DeChambeau 30/1
J Spieth 30/1
P Cantlay 40/1
H Matsuyama 50/1
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Old 05-14-2019, 12:33 AM
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Leader after 36 holes


2 or more tied 2-1

Koepka 6-1
Woods 8-1
Fowler 10-1
Johnson 10-1
Mcilroy 10-1
Finau 15-1
Schauffele 20-1
Molinari 20-1
Rahm 20-1
Rose 20-1
Day 22-1
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Old 05-14-2019, 01:15 PM
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Tiger now 8-1 favorite at the SuperBook to win PGA Championship after a Westgate bettor placed $10,000 to win $100,000 on Woods at 10-1

Tiger #1 in money and #2 in tickets at Westgate

Koepka (10-1) #1 in tickets and #2 in money
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Old 05-15-2019, 05:04 PM
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"Groundhog's Day ... Tiger (+1000) is our biggest liability this weekend"

Followed by:

Finnau +3300
Koepka +1000
Fowler +1200
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Old 05-15-2019, 05:11 PM
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In terms of money wagered, Woods leads the field at both the Westgate and William Hill and he’s attracted the highest number of bets at MGM.


Interestingly, Brooks Koepka leads Woods in terms of tickets at the Westgate, William Hill and Caesars. Koepka has been hanging on at 10-1 all week, along with Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy, and reportedly represents the largest liability for the MGM.

Jeff Sherman, the director of risk management at the Westgate SuperBook and one of the biggest names in golf bookmaking, said he’s seen heavy action pour in on Tiger.

“Before Tuesday the largest wager we had taken was $3,000 on Rickie Fowler at 18-1,” Sherman explained. “But on Tuesday, we took a $10,000 wager on Tiger at 10-1. So I had to adjust his odds down to 8-1. He’s the only player at the moment at single-digit odds.

Sherman also noted that the handle for this year’s PGA Championship is on pace to be much bigger than it had been in the past thanks to a schedule change.

Aside from Woods, Sherman said his outfit is also seeing steady action on Koepka and the ever-trendy Tony Finau.

“As of Tuesday, we’re still seeing the most action on Brooks Koepka,” Sherman said. “He’s still number one in tickets written, Tiger is second and Finau is third,” Sherman said. “In terms of money wagered, it’s Tiger, Koepka and Rickie Fowler. In fact our liabilities really rest on those three as well. We’re in good shape on a lot of other golfers so we just need to keep an eye on that key three that are being targeted.”

As for a few golfers further down the board, Sherman, who does still bet golf regularly, has his eye on Patrick Cantlay (35-1) and Xander Schauffele (25-1).

“Both of these guys are getting solid support at the Westgate,” he explained. “Cantlay is one I’ve been eyeing since the end of the Masters. I locked him in early at 50-1 along with Jon Rahm at 20-1 so those are the two guys I really like this week. As far as a real dark horse play I think there are some real opportunities at Bethpage because the PGA plays the least like a major so the longer shots do have a chance in this one. I would recommend looking at big prices such as Jason Kokrak at 250-1, Matt Wallace at 150-1 and even Julian Suri at 400-1.”
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Old 05-16-2019, 02:19 PM
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Tiger shoots +2 (72) at Bethpage Black to open the PGA Championship.

It's his first round over par at a major since the 2018 U.S. Open, snapping a streak of 12 straight rounds of par or better in majors.
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Old 05-16-2019, 07:29 PM
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PGA Championship winner updated


B Koepka 5/4
D Johnson 10/1
T Fleetwood 12/1
R Fowler 18/1
J Day 20/1
J Rahm 25/1
J Rose 25/1
P Cantlay 30/1
T Finau 30/1
X Schauffele 30/1
T Woods 30/1
D Lee 40/1
R McIlroy 40/1
J Spieth 40/1
M Kuchar 60/1
G Woodland 60/1
P Mickelson 60/1
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Old 05-17-2019, 05:56 PM
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Tiger misses the cut by one stroke


He's Back.
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