2020 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open: Betting picks

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – OCTOBER 06: Kevin Na celebrates with the trophy after winning the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open on the second playoff hole during the final round at TPC Summerlin on October 6, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

Our trip down to Jackson left us in a mood that’s similar to being dealt a hand of King, Nine in blackjack. It was a near miss. The good news is that we’ll be playing with house money at the Shriners Open, with the hopes of shouting “Winner, winner, chicken dinner” by tournament’s end.

2020-2021 Record: 11-7-2 (0-4 Parlay)

I love the work that we are putting in and our results at the Sanderson Farms Championship proved that we are closing in on a big pay day. As the wise sage, Joel Embiid, once said, “Trust the Process.” Now is the time to ride this wave of momentum and get that final matchup to roll our way. I’m convinced that Sin City and the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open will be kind to us.

The Shriners Hospitals for Children Open takes place at TPC Summerlin and has been a staple on the PGA Tour’s fall season for many years. Players who play well here tend to do so every year. Bryson, Webb, Cantlay, Finau, are among those with a great course history and as such, you’ll find their names at the top of the odds board.

The unorthodox strategy of backing reliable ball strikers and putters proved to be a profitable one last week. Do we push our luck? Do we double down? Do we put it all on black even though it hit four times in a row? You betcha.

The Shriners Hospitals for Children Open can be a tricky one to predict. Last year, Kevin Na lapped the field with the flat stick, gaining more than 14 strokes on the greens. I don’t expect that to happen this year, but a hot putter is always a nice tool to have in the belt.

In addition to putting, I’ll be looking at distance off the tee and solid irons players, specifically from 125-175 yards and 200+ yards. This will be another shootout, so players must be able to capitalize on their birdie chances and the Par 5’s. Hey guys, you ready to let the dogs out?

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