Online Golf Betting – Bridgestone Invitational

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Online Golf Betting is Live at RealBet.euOnline golf betting is one of the more enjoyable forms of sports wagering I do. A tournament starts on Thursday and slowly over four days gets more and more interesting. I correspondingly sink lower into my recliner, avoid my wife’s weekend job list, and eat salted fatty foods washed down with liquor. That is the beauty of golf- the sheer indolence of viewing it.

Online Golf Betting – Bridgestone Invitational

So with that in mind we have another significant tournament underway this very day. The WGC-Bridgestone Invitational may be an uninspiring mouthful to say, but it always brings out the best pros as it has one of the biggest purses on tour aside from the majors. Last year’s winner Dustin Johnson took home 1.6 million dollars for his troubles, and this year’s winner will take home slightly more.

And just as importantly, the Bridgestone serves as an important tune up for the PGA Championship which always follows the week after. So with some scores already in the books for this year’s Bridgestone let’s take a look at how things are going and who might be a good Friday morning pick to do some online golf betting on.

Online Golf Betting – Bridgestone Invitational

Well currently some guy named Thomas Pieters from Belgium is leading and with all respect to him I suspect we won’t see him atop the podium come Sunday. The most important question is where are the “usual” suspects are hiding after Day One, and whether they are in contention for our online golf betting picks.

PGA Betting Odds – Jordan Spieth

Currently we do have some of the PGA’s apex predators near the top of the scoreboard. Jon Rahm, Bubba Watson, Rory McIlroy, and Jordan Spieth all sit tied at 3rd having carded 67s on the day. Of the above group I would keep an eye on Spieth who seems to have regained some of his 2015 and 2016 form and can easily shift into another gear come Friday.

It is funny as I was just looking at Bubba Watson the other day wondering what happened to that incredible putting game- maybe he is finding his mojo again. I think it is overdue for Rory McIlroy to find his winning game again and look out when he does. I like McIlroy here as well.

Dustin Johnson – Proposition Bets

Defending champion Dustin Johnson is still well within striking range at -2 and apparently hit a monster drive today measured at over 439 yards. If he keeps up swinging the big club the way he is he could run away with this thing. He has been only slightly less than stellar this year and if he weren’t typically short money I would like him a lot more. However, check out his head to head match up prop odds and see if you like him at -145 tomorrow against Brooks Koepka.

Kevin Kisner – Bridgestone Invitational Winner

There is however another golfer tied for 3rd that I like a lot and might be ready for a breakout tournament. Kevin Kisner currently sits with Spieth et al at -3, and when he is running good he might be one of the better golfers on tour. Although he only has a couple of career PGA wins, Kisner has an impressive number of second places (like my other favorite Hideki Matsuyama). If he can keep his head and his form then Kisner might be a very nice bet to win Bridgestone and payout much better odds.

Best Golf Betting Online – PGA Championship Odds

Regardless of who wins this weekend, all eyes will be on next weekend’s tournament- the PGA Championship. This classic major will see the best golfers in the world compete for a first prize now worth over 2 million dollars. Lots to discuss early next week but in the meantime check out PGA Championship futures now and get a head start!

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