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Jason Kokrak -14
Jordan Spieth -12
Charley Hoffma -10
Patton Kizzire -10
Sebastián Muñoz -10
Ian Poulter -10
Troy Merritt -7
Emiliano Grillo -6
Lucas Glover -6
Adam Hadwin -6
Brian Harman -6
Kyle Stanley -6
Brendon Todd -6

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Jordan Spieth 2/5
Jason Kokrak 9/4
Sergio Garcia 22/1
Ian Poulter 100/1
Sebastian Munoz 125/1
Brendon Todd 200/1
Tony Finau 250/1
Patton Kizzire 250/1
Brian Harman 400/1
Talor Gooch 500/1
Kevin Streelman 500/1
Corey Conners 750/1
Adam Hadwin 750/1
Maverick McNealy 750/1
Justin Rose 750/1
Erik Compton 750/1
Charley Hoffman 1000/1
Kyle Stanley 1000/1
Kramer Hickok 1000/1
Abraham Ancer 1000/1

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Review & Betting Tips for the Charles Schwab Challenge

 

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This event last year see the resumption of the PGA Tour during lockdown, the Charles Schwab Challenge will probably always be remembered for that statistic, and of course the stunning Colonial Country Club which the event is played over. The history of CCC is quite interesting as it came about through one man’s crusade to bring bent grass greens to Texas.

That man was Mr Marvin Leonard, who was so intent on bringing bent grass greens to his then golf club, the River Crest GC, that he offered to pay for two or three greens to be dug up and reseeded with bent grass. If the experiment did not work, he would then pay for them to be dug up again and reseeded back to Bermuda grass!

The president of River Crest GC at the time grew so weary of Marvin’s insistence about the greens that he told him "Marvin, if you're so sold on Bentgrass, why don't you go build your own golf course and put them in?" That became Marvin Leonard’s Eureka moment and the idea of the Colonial Golf Club was born.

Mr Leonard then commissioned John Bredemus of Texas and Perry Maxwell of Oklahoma to both submit five alternative course designs but after looking at the designs he asked them to submit five more. From the initial designs Marvin Leonard put together a composite course from which sprang the Colonial Country Club.

By 1935 the golf course and the first clubhouse neared completion and less than 10 years later the Colonial Country Club held its first US Open Championship in 1941. By 1946 the Colonial had its own tournament, ‘The Colonial Invitational’ with the inaugural event being won by none other than Ben Hogan, who retained the title the following year and won the event five times in his career.



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With a lot of bookies now moving to 1/5 of the odds for places, we will try to only show bookies who still offer 1/4 of the odds and bring you the best golf betting tips available for players price and place.

My tips to Win:

I did tip Jordan Spieth 10/1 — with SportingIndex — for the PGA Championship last week, but he never really challenged. Since the turn of the year Jordan has a win and four Top 5 finishes and coming back to his home state this week and to a tournament that he has won and had two other runners-up finishes he really is the man to beat this week.

I was quite surprised that Daniel Berger 20/1 — with OddsChecker — didn’t challenge more at last weeks PGA Championship, he was one of the players that I was actually looking at tipping as he was coming into that event on the back of a third place finish at the Byron Nelson and a Top 20 at the RBC Heritage. Daniel is the defending champion this week and not only will he want to put up a good defence of his title, he will want to put last weeks performance firmly in its place.

It was good to see Justin Rose 35/1 — with SportingIndex — back to playing some good golf especially with this being a Ryder Cup year and I am sure his Top 10 finish at the PGA Championship was also a relief to Captain Harrington. But putting things into prospective that was Justin’s third Top 11 finish in his last four starts and with him being a past champion of this event and a third place finish here last year when he opened up with a 63, he will certainly be looking forward to this week to get a win under his belt.

Each-way tips:

2015 champion of this event Chris Kirk 60/1 — with 10Bet — may come into this week on the back of two missed cuts, but he did have a runner-up finish at the Sony Open in Hawaii and three other Top 10 finishes in his previous ten starts, which also includes three other Top 25 finishes. I am sure coming back to the Colonial Country Club is only going to bring positive memories and with that in mind these start to look very good odds for the past champion.

After his win earlier in the year at the Sony Open in Hawaii Kevin Na 66/1 — with MansionBet — has blown hot and cold missing a cut then having a Top 15 at the WGC, then a withdrawal and two forty place finishes he then makes another Top 15 at the Masters and then a couple of more missed cuts. Keeping that in mind and coming back to a course where Kevin has won and had a couple of Top 10s he is due to challenge again this week and he obviously likes the Colonial Country Club layout.

Outside tip:

Branden Grace 80/1 — with MansionBet — opened up with three 66s in this event last year on his way to a Top 20 finishes. Branden will be kicking himself after starting so well at last weeks PGA Championship, I am sure he felt his low ball flight would help him and it did in the opening three rounds, but that final round 78 see him plummet down the leaderboard and out of the Top 5. Branden won his second PGA Tour event earlier this year and he will certainly want to get that final round out of his system.

Longer odds:

Try CT Pan 150/1 — with 10Bet

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