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Some of the best golfers on the PGA Tour are going to be in action this week on the shores of West Virginia for the second annual Greenbrier Classic. Here are our PGA golf picks to click on the odds to win the Greenbrier Classic!
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Dates: Thursday, July 28th – Sunday, July 31st
Location: The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, WV
Phil Mickelson (+810) at SportBet.com: It’s really hard to ignore just how strong the favorite really is in this event. No, Lefty doesn’t have a win in quite some time on the PGA Tour, but in this event, he’s going up against a relatively weak field without an of the normal big hitting suspects. Mickelson went on a great run on Sunday at the British Open two weeks ago, and he has the ability to do even more damage this week on a course where scores should be incredibly, incredibly low. As we saw in Jolly Ol’ England, no one is going to want to get in the way of Mickelson if he starts to catch fire, and we’ll take our chances that he can do just that this week.
Sergio Garcia (+1700) at SportBet.com: Normally speaking, Garcia is a bit of a taboo bet, because this is a man that we were counting on to be the Spanish edition of Tiger Woods. Over the past several years, wins have been hard to come by for Garcia, but this week, he has a great opportunity to find his way to the winner’s circle. The Spaniard has had a whopping 11 Top 25 finishes in his 15 starts this year, and we know that he is going to have a consistent showing once again this weekend as well. All we want in this event is a player that has the ability to have a round in the low 60s, and Garcia is just the man for the task.
Webb Simpson (+2300) at SportBet.com: One might want to get better PGA Tour odds on a golfer that has never won an event in his career, but there is no doubt that Simpson is due to make it to the top of the charts in one of these tournaments. He has had five straight Top 20 finishes, and many of the golfers that have consistently been finishing in front of him aren’t around this weekend. This just might be Simpson’s lucky week, giving him a great chance, certainly better than 23 to 1, to take down his first title.