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Following the exciting finish to the Travelers Championship last weekend, the PGA Tour continues to the Quicken Loans National in Maryland, albeit without Tiger Woods. There' also a new location where TPC Potomac will be used for the first one. In 2012 and 2013, TPC Potomac held Web.com Tour tournaments and the changes helped to significantly lower the winnings, with Michael Putnam taking seven bottom-line wins in 2013.
Fowler, Thomas and Reed are the only members of the world's top 25 in this area, with Fowler as the 15/2 favorite ahead of Reed and Thomas as the 12/1. But this is Fowler's first occasion since his frustrating fifth place finish at the US Open, where a curiously prudent approach in the finals resulted in a 72nd win as Brooks Koepka set off for win.
In Erin Hills Thomas was even less fortunate, following his 63-point lead with 75 points, while Reed was also out of the race on Sunday with a 74. With Reed jumping back and finishing fifth in the Travelers, but a better value for money looks like it's elsewhere in the Quicken Loans National bets, we can begin with Sweden's David Lingmerth, who won the 2012 TPC Potomac's intriguingly titled Neediest Kids Championship.
The Lingmerth has won just once on the PGA Tour, but that win came when he beat Justin Rose in a playoff for the Memorial Tournament 2015 and his current shape pieces this seasons 12-15-21-26. Considering this sound shape and his win at the event, his 33/1 prize in a relatively poor pitch is a good value.
For our next two Quicken Loans National betting bets also at TPC Potomac in 2012, with 100/1 shots Morgan Hoffmann bound to finish 6th and 66/1 opportunity Luke List at the end of the weeks in a proportion of 13 Potomac Quicken Loans National bets in 2012. Hoffmann finishes second in the Honda Classic at the beginning of this year' session and finishes 26th in the Travelers, while List came third in Houston in April, before recuperating from five missing wins in six races with a draw for eighteenth at his last race in the FedEx St Jude Classic.
Kevin Streelman came to the course after a gradual run from August 18th to 13th in the weekly. Streelman's youngest of two PGA Tour winners came back in 2014, but the 40/1 opportunity will hopefully keep his swing for another weekend.
Mr. Andrew works for the Press Association, where he is responsible for the company's entire sports bookmaking operations, having previously worked at the Teletext Sports Desk and the English crime team's website.