Golf Betting Preview for the Remaining Events On the 2021-22 PGA Tour Schedule

Golf Betting Preview for the Remaining Events On the 2021-22 PGA Tour Schedule

Following the final major championship of the year, the PGA Tour schedule is down to its final three events before the FedEx Cup Playoffs begin next month. The top 125 pros will earn a spot in Memphis at the FedEx St. Jude Invitational, the first of three playoff events. 

These final three events can change the career trajectory of many solid tour players, so it is an intense stretch for guys who’s names you don’t see at the top of leaderboards week in and week out. Let us dive into the final three events of the 2021-22 Tour schedule so you can continue betting against the PGA Tour Odds.

Rundown of Final Events for the 2021-22 PGA Tour Season

3M Open

The 3M Open follow the Open Championship and there are a handful of players in the field that made the long trip from St. Andrews. There are also numerous players teeing it up that rank in the 120-130 mark in the current FedEx Cup standings, setting the stage for an important event for guys like Rickie Fowler (129th), Robert Streb (128th), Greyson Sigg (126th), Stephan Jaeger (125th), Kramer Hickok (124th), Nick Taylor (123rd), and Jason Day (122nd).

The tournament is held just outside of Minneapolis/St. Paul at TPC Twin Cities in Blaine, Minnesota. The Arnold Palmer-design was opened in 2000 and held the 3M Championship on the PGA Champions Tour from 2001-2018. Players will be test on the par-71 track that stretches over 7,400 yards and has numerous water hazards around the property.

Winer receives 500 FedEx Cup points, a two-year exemption on Tour, and $1.35 million of the $7.5 million purse. The defending champion in Cameron Champ, with Michael Thompson and Matthew Wolff holding titles.

Rocket Mortgage Classic

The penultimate tournament of the 2021-222 season takes place in Detriot, Michigan at the Rocket Mortgage Classic. Like the 3M Open, the Rocket Mortgage Classic is in its fourth year on Tour. Tournament play begins on Thursday, July 28th and concludes on Sunday, July 31st. 

Played at the Detroit Golf Club, the 36 hole property features a North and South layout. Both courses were designed by Donald Ross in 1918. The North Course hosts the tournament and is the flattest course on Tour.

The victor grabs 500 FedEx Cup points, two-year exemption on Tour, and $1.512 million of the $84 million purse. Nate Lashley was the innagural champion, with Bryson DeChambeau winning in 2022. Cameron Davis returns as the defending champion.

Wyndham Championship

The Wyndham Championship is the final stop of the regular season for the PGA Tour. The event is played annually at held at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, North Carolina. Tournament play begins on Thursday, August 4th and ends on Sunday, August 7th.

Sedgefield Country Club is another Donald Ross design and plays as a par-70 and over 7,2000 yards in length. The property has hosted the tournament every year since 2008.

Kevin Kisner is the defending champion after knocking off Adam Scott, Roger Sloan, Branden Grace, Kevin Na, and Si-woo Kim in an electric six-man playoff.

 
 

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