Last updated July 29th, 2017
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Quicken Loans National Odds – Outright Winner Betting
Quicken Loans National Golf Betting 2017; Best odds bold; Each-Way Place Terms: 1/4 odds 1,2,3.
2017 Quicken Loans National Preview with Odds Guide & Betting Tips
One of the newer events on the PGA Tour takes place in Maryland this week with the Quicken Loans National teeing off at the TPC Potomac, writes Matt. The tournament itself was inaugurated as recently as 2007 and while it’s been a busy fortnight since the US Open, there are a number of big names missing this year. A strong field will still assemble across the four days so who are the bookies favouring?
Rickie Fowler gave us a decent run for our money in the US Open and he starts as clear favourite this week at an industry best price of 8/1 with Bet365 and Ladbrokes. Fowler has a second place here behind Troy Merritt in 2015 and has good, relevant stats coming into this week.
Justin Thomas follows on at 14/1 with Stan James with an improving Patrick Reed just behind at best odds of 16/1 with Betfred. Reed actually heads the Power Rankings this week after a resurgence in form with six top 25s in his last seven outings and a best for the season of a tied fifth at the Travelers last time out.
Thomas has shown hints of his best from earlier this year, particularly with that record score at the US Open and has to be in consideration at a top value price.
A significant gap exists between the top three and fourth favourites Marc Leishman and Bill Haas who can both be picked up at 25/1 with SkyBet and Coral. Leishman broke the 70 mark in all four rounds at the TPC River Highlands and is consistent over the last few weeks while Haas is one of our few previous champions here this week. The winner in 2013, the 35 year old is eighth for greens in regulation and third in bogey avoidance on this year’s tour and those could prove key stats come Sunday.
Beyond those two, Brendan Steele is quoted at a top price of 28/1 with SkyBet while Kevin Chappell comes in at those same best odds of 28/1 with Stan James and Betfred. Of those two, Chappell catches our eye as a recent winner at Valero and he is the first of our Top Ten tips this week at 3/1 with Stan James.
If you fancy a wager on the reigning champion Billy Hurley III, you can claim a mighty best price of 125/1 with Bet365. The 35 year old drops to 80/1 elsewhere but having come from nowhere 12 months ago to win by three shots from Vijay Singh, Hurley has done very little of note other than claim a tie for 22nd at the 2016 PGA Championship.
Elsewhere, there are plenty of outside punts that look to have a better chance in Maryland this week. Si-Woo Kim is a raw but talented 21 year old with two wins in the last twelve months and looks good value at 40/1 in the outrights with Bet365.
In contrast, J B Holmes hasn’t picked up a Tour win since 2015 but after threatening at the US Open and ultimately finishing in a respectable 12th place, he is another option at that same 40/1 top price with William Hill.
Moving right down the list we find Boo Weekley who, despite featuring in this week’s power rankings, is way out at 125/1 in the Quicken Loans National odds with Bet365 and Paddy Power. It’s over four years since the 43 year old last picked up a Tour win but a tie for fifth at TPC River Highlands suggests he can’t be completely ruled out.
The snappily named TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm hosts this tournament for the first time although some of the more experienced golfers may remember it from 2006 and the final Kemper Open. It’s a mid-length par 70 that has been compared to a Scottish Links course, so look for strong stats involving Greens in Regulation, Bogey Avoidance and Adjusted Scoring.
Our Preview’s Quicken Loans National Golf Betting Tips
There have been two double winners in ten short years but Justin Rose and Tiger Woods are among a number of absentees so we are looking at a new Champion. Those statistics point strongly to Fowler but we’re tipping Justin Thomas who is threatening his best form from the start of 2017.
- Thomas at 14/1 with Stan James looks the best option in the outright winner betting market while this week’s Top Ten tips are Kevin Chappell at 3/1, JB Holmes and Si-Woo Kim at 7/2 and Boo Weekley at an excellent 11/1. All of those prices are with Stan James.