Wyndham Championship 2019 Betting Tips
The Wyndham Championship is the final event of the regular PGA Tour season and there is all to play for in North Carolina. Brandt Snedeker has tended to enjoy playing in the event in the past as he was champion at Forest Oaks Country Club in 2007 and he has since picked up four top-eight finishes in nine visits to Sedgefield Country Club - the venue of this tournament since 2008.
Snedeker has battled back from injury well this year, picking up a tie for 3rd at The Greenbrier and a tie for 8th in Canada, and he may well be harbouring a late push for Ryder Cup selection as Jim Furyk mulls over his final four captain's picks for the USA team.
Snedeker is a tempting 25/1 for the Wyndham with Betfred (each-way terms on 7 places).
|Thursday - 5.00pm||Odds||Bets|
|Brandt Snedeker (each way) Best Bet||25/1|
The Wyndham Championship 2019 Odds
The Wyndham Championship is part of the PGA Tour and it has proven to be a popular part of golf betting as it often attracts some of the top players from the tour, while there has also been the odd upset to provide value for punters.
It takes place each year at the Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, North Carolina, and it generally falls just after the USPGA Championship in the tour calendar. There is a prize fund in excess of $5 million on offer which ensures the top players are never far away.
Recent Wyndham Championship Winners
|2001||Scott Hoch||USA||272 (-16)|
|2002||Rocco Mediate||USA||272 (-16)|
|2003||Shigeki Maruyama||Japan||266 (-22)|
|2004||Brent Geiberger||USA||270 (-18)|
|2005||KJ Choi||South Korea||266 (-22)|
|2006||Davis Love III||USA||272 (-16)|
|2007||Brandt Snedeker||USA||266 (-22)|
|2008||Carl Pettersson||Sweden||259 (-21)|
|2009||Ryan Moore||USA||264 (-16)|
|2010||Arjun Atwal||India||260 (-20)|
|2011||Webb Simpson||USA||262 (-18)|
|2012||Sergio Garcia||Spain||262 (-18)|
|2013||Patrick Reed||USA||266 (-14)|
|2014||Camilo Villegas||Colombia||263 (-17)|
|2015||David Love III||USA||263 (-17)|
|2016||Si Woo Kim||South Korea||259 (-21)|
|2017||Henrik Stenson||Sweden||258 (-22)|
|2018||Brandt Snedeker||USA||259 (-21)|