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Third round
scores from
the A Military
Tribute At
The Greenbrier

Joaquin Niemann -15
Richy Werenski -13
Nate Lashley -13
Robby Shelton -13
Adam Long -12
Scottie Scheffler -12
Joseph Bramlett -11
Harris English -11
Patrick Rodgers -10
Tom Hoge -10
Sungjae Im -10

Final round
betting odds
A Military
Tribute At
The Greenbrier

Joaquin Niemann 6/5
Nate Lashley 7/1
Richy Werenski 9/1
Robby Shelton 9/1
Scottie Scheffler 10/1
Adam Long 16/1
Harris English 25/1
Sungjae Im 25/1
Joseph Bramlett 40/1
Patrick Rodgers 66/1
Brian Harman 80/1
Tom Hoge 80/1
Kevin Na 125/1
Austin Cook 150/1
Bronson Burgoon 150/1
Byeong Hun An 150/1
Grayson Murray 150/1
Jason Dufner 150/1
Keegan Bradley 150/1
Mark Hubbard 150/1
Matt Jones 150/1
Sebastian Munoz 150/1
Cameron Smith 200/1
Harry Higgs 200/1
Lanto Griffin 200/1
Mark Anderson 200/1
Russell Henley 200/1
Sam Ryder 200/1
Scott Harrington 200/1
Viktor Hovland 200/1
Harold Varner III 250/1
Morgan Hoffmann 250/1
Scott Brown 250/1
Scott Piercy 250/1
Bud Cauley 300/1
Kevin Chappell 300/1
Zack Sucher 400/1
Andrew Novak 500/1
Tyler McCumber 500/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the A Military Tribute At The Greenbrier


Jason Kokrak
Robert Fitzpatrick

Joaquin Niemann
Joaquin Niemann

Russel Henley
Russell Henley
James Kennedy

Keegan Bradley
Keegan Bradley
Michael Stokes

Danny Lee
Danny Lee
Keith Allison

Nick Watney
Nick Watney

Oregon Golf Association
Jamie Lovemark
Oregon Golf Association

This week sees the tour pitch up in West Virginia at The Old White TPC course at the Greenbrier Resort. The course was designed by the first ever winner of the US Amateur Championship, Charles Blair Macdonald in 1914. Charles was born in Canada but was shipped of to St Andrews University where he fell in love with golf.

Located in White Sulphur Springs, the course was named after the famed Old White Hotel, which stood on these grounds from 1858 to 1922. You will see a lot of that Scottish influence on this course, where Macdonald used some of the courses he played in Scotland as a template, the 8th hole is based on the Redan at North Berwick, the 13th on the Alps at Prestwick and the 15th on the Eden course at St Andrew's.

President Woodrow Wilson was one of the first golfers to play at The Old White course in April of 1914. The Old White is a very strategic course with wide fairways and challenging, undulated greens.

In 2001 Lester George was commissioned to restore The Old White Course, bringing back many of the original features to this Charles Blair Macdonald masterpiece. All 18 greens, as well as the practice putting and pitching greens have been reconstructed with minor tweaks and narrowing fairways, lengthening to 7,274-yards and expanding the lake on the16th.

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My tips to Win:

With fourteen Top 25 finishes from his twenty-four starts and four Top 20s from his last four starts Jason Kokrak 16/1 – with Coral – will come into this week in confident mood. Jason finished in the Top 3 here last year and I am sure he will be looking forward to getting his wraparound season off to a great start.

This will be Joaquin Niemann 28/1 – with UniBet – second season on the PGA Tour and he will be another player looking to get the new season off to a winning start. Joaquin was one of one of the new influx of players from the last year and missed seven cuts, he balanced that out with four Top 10s, but he is certainly going to be one of the future stars of the PGA Tour.

Out of the four times that Russell Henley 40/1– with UniBet – has teed it up in this event he has finished inside the Top 10 three times two of which were fifth places finishes. After a run of four missed cuts through June and the beginning of July Russel took the runner-up spot at the John Deere Classic and continued to play some steady golf. I think after a few weeks rest and practice and being back here Henley will be looking forward to this week.

Each-way tips:

Five missed cuts and five Top 25 finishes from his twenty-five starts just about sums up Keegan Bradley 50/1 – with SpreadEx – season. Keegan did manage a runner-up and two other Top 10s but just when you thought he was back on track, he would slip down the leaderboard. Let’s not forget Bradley is a major champion and has three other victories on the PGA Tour including last year’s BMW Championship, I think he will get back to winning ways on the PGA Tour again this season.

Danny Lee 100/1 – with BetFair – is a past champion of this event and his only victory on the PGA Tour to date. Danny didn’t have a chance to defend his title the following year because of the floods, but teed it up when the tournament returned and finished in the Top 10. Lee would have been happy to see the back of last year where he had eleven missed cuts, but with the new wraparound season starting this week and being back at the Greenbriar can all help to give him the positive start he will be looking for.

Outside tip:

With five PGA Tour victories and two international victories it has been painful to watch Nick Watney 100/1 – with SportingBet – over recent years. It would be easy to disappear but what I like about Watney is his determination and belief in his abilities. At times last season it looked like he would break back through, he had six Top 25 finishes three of which were inside the Top 10 and I expect his rehabilitation back to challenging in tournaments to continue again this season.

Longer odds:

Try Jamie Lovemark 250/1 – with SportingBet

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