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There’s one last major golf event this year, and that goes this week at the East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, as the 30 top golfers in the FedEx Cup vie for what amounts to be the last tournament title of the weekend at the Tour Championship!
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Dates: Thursday, September 22nd – Sunday, September 25th
Location: East Lake Golf Club, Atlanta, GA
Nick Watney (+1700) at SportBet.com: A nice price here on Watney, knowing that these golf odds weren’t too far off from what he had for a lot of the majors from this past year. Now, he only has to best 29 others to get the job done. He was a hot commodity at the BMW Championship last weekend, though he did get off to a slow start that he never truly recovered from. From the back nine in the third round to the front nine in the fourth round, Watney shot a -12 (58) last week. We aren’t willing to go against a golfer in that fine of form.
Jason Day (+1800) at SportBet.com: A good scrambler, this tournament sets up well for Day to do some damage. He knows that he is going to have to win this event to win the FedEx Cup, something that a slew of golfers know, but Day has the goods to get the job done. Any guesses as to who leads the PGA Tour in Par 3 scoring this year? Yep, that’s right. Day could be a hero come Sunday, and he might have a lot of hardware to bring home with him.
John Senden (+4200) at SportBet.com: Senden is one of these golfers that has consistently been playing better than average golf, but he has yet to really bust onto the scene for that big victory. He did finish second last week at the BMW Championship, a result to be proud of against what was a very, very tough field. He finished 10th here two years ago, his only appearance at East Lake, and we are sure that Senden can get the job done again and compete, giving him an above average chance of taking down the Tour Championship.