Golf Digest’s betting podcast is the source for anyone interested in gambling on golf. We interview the sharpest gambling experts in the industry—to discuss their picks for the week’s PGA Tour event and the surge in popularity in golf betting and DFS. Our hosts (Alex Myers, Stephen Hennessey and Christopher Powers) also highlight GolfDigest’s experts picks column, which is up nearly 300 units this season.
Pamela Maldonado of Yahoo Sportsbook joins the ‘Be Right' podcast this week to break down the 2021 Bermuda Championship. Maldonado focuses on matchup bets in golf (she's 16-3 in her last 19!), so we dive deep into some longshots and mid-tier players who she's targeting at Port Royal. We try to make it two outright winners in a row after Steve Hennessey cashed on Hideki Matsuyama last week.As always, be sure to check our final bets in the GolfDigest.com experts' picks column, where we have predictions from an anonymous caddie; Pat Mayo, Rick Gehman, Brandon Gdula and Lee Alldrick.
Axis, aka Bryan DeCorte of FTN, joins the ‘Be Right' podcast to break down the 2021 ZOZO Championship at Narashino Country Club. We give our best bets of the week, and Axis reveals his favorite DFS plays and strategy. Of course, we get a quick breakdown of Chris Powers' (shortened) PGA Tour pro-am experience last week, and Steve Hennessey's round at Pine Valley. As always, be sure to check our final bets in the GolfDigest.com experts' picks column, where we have predictions from an anonymous caddie; Pat Mayo, Rick Gehman, Brandon Gdula and Lee Alldrick.
One of golf's most famous Vegas residents, Tommy Armour III, joins the “Be Right” boys to break down the CJ Cup (5:59-18:12). The long-time tour pro is an ambassador at The Summit Club, so he helps us break down this new PGA Tour venue. Christopher Powers also joins us LIVE from The Summit Club, as he preps to play in the pro-am on Wednesday. We give our best bets of the week—including one of our hosts making a BIG bet on a favorite out in Vegas. As always, be sure to check our final bets in the GolfDigest.com experts' picks column, where we have predictions from an anonymous caddie; Pat Mayo, Rick Gehman, Brandon Gdula, and Lee Alldrick.
Rick Gehman of RickRunGood.com joins the “Be Right” boys to give his insights on TPC Summerlin, a course he's played multiple times recently. Gehman explains how to handicap this week—after hitting Sam Burns last week in the GolfDigest.com experts' picks column. Steve Hennessey also hit Sahith Theegala as the first-round leader at the Sanderson (80-1)—so the boys look to stay hot as the Vegas Swing kicks off. Plus, we have competing hot takes for the first time in podcast history—so you don't want to miss out!As always, be sure to check our final bets in the GolfDigest.com experts' picks column, where we have predictions from an anonymous caddie; Pat Mayo, Gehman, Brandon Gdula, Lee Alldrick and Gehman.
Max Homa joins the “Be Right” boys to recap the Ryder Cup, talk about his third PGA Tour win and discuss much more on this week's episode (10:16).We also break down the 2021 Sanderson Farms Championship and give our best bets of the week. As always, be sure to check our final bets in the GolfDigest.com experts picks column, where we have predictions from an anonymous caddie; Pat Mayo, Rick Gehman, Brandon Gdula and Lee Alldrick.
Riggs from Barstool Sports joins the “Be Right” crew from the range at Whistling Straits to give us his early-week observations on the 2021 Ryder Cup. He placed a strong bet on a team to win the Ryder Cup—listen on for his reasoning (30:40). The boys also give their best bets of the week and what they're watching for at the 43rd Ryder Cup.As always, be sure to check our final bets in the GolfDigest.com experts picks column, where we have predictions from an anonymous caddie; Pat Mayo, Rick Gehman, Brandon Gdula and Lee Alldrick.
The PGA Tour is back! The one-week offseason is over—and the boys are back to break down their favorite bets of the week. Betsided's Iain MacMillan (@IainMacBets) joined the podcast to give his best bets of the week—plus a bonus NFL and college football play.
Dan Hicks helps the “Be Right” boys preview the 2021 Tour Championship and recap the marathon 2020-'21 super season. We also put him on the spot and ask him whether Michael Phelps or Tiger Woods is the biggest “GOAT” in their respective sport.
Live from Caves Valley Golf Club, the “Be Right” boys were joined by Patrick McDonald of NBC Sports Edge, who gives us an idea of what to expect this week at the 2021 BMW Championship. How should you handicap this week at a first-time, relatively unknown PGA Tour venue? We break it all down.As usual, be sure to check our final bets in the GolfDigest.com experts picks column, where we have predictions from an anonymous caddie; Pat Mayo, Rick Gehman, Brandon Gdula and Lee Alldrick.
With some insider knowledge on Liberty National, the “Be Right” crew is feeling (very) confident in their best bets for The Northern Trust. One of our hosts even makes “the biggest outright bet he's ever made” on one of the favorites.Ride the hot hand with our “Be Right” crew, after Christopher Powers' hit on Kevin Kisner (55-1) last week. And be sure to check our final bets in the GolfDigest.com experts picks column, where we have predictions from an anonymous caddie; Pat Mayo, Rick Gehman, Brandon Gdula and Lee Alldrick.
FanShare Sports' Lee Alldrick joins the “Be Right” crew to break down the 2021 Wyndham Championship at Sedgefield Country Club. The boys go through the betting board and give some of their favorite DFS values for the last event on the regular season PGA Tour schedule.As usual, be sure to check our final bets in the GolfDigest.com experts picks column, where we have predictions from an anonymous caddie; Pat Mayo, Rick Gehman, Brandon Gdula, Lee Alldrick and our very own Stephen Hennessey and Christopher Powers, who just hit on Cameron Champ at 100-1 at the 3M Open!
Our betting preview for this week includes predictions for the WGC-FedEx St. Jude, the Barracuda Championship and the Women's Olympics event. The “Be Right” crew was joined by Jeff Sealey, aka Cutmaker Jeff of the Cut Maker podcast, to handicap it all—listen on for our best bets of the week.And as always, be sure to check out Golf Digest's complete gambling coverage at GolfDigest.com, including our industry-leading experts' picks column, featuring bets from an anonymous caddie, Pat Mayo, Rick Gehman, Brandon Gdula, Lee Alldrick and our very own Stephen Hennessey and Christopher Powers, who just hit on Cameron Champ at 100-1 at the 3M Open!
The “Be Right” boys are coming off a 150-1 hit last week on Cam Champ entering one of the biggest weeks on the golf calendar—golf at the Summer Olympics for just the second time in about 116 years. We had @NagelsBagels, one of our favorite golf content personalities, on the show to give his assessment of the men's event and his best bets of the week.As always, be sure to check our final picks at GolfDigest.com, where we have a panel of experts including Pat Mayo, Rick Gehman, Brandon Gdula, Lee Alldrick and an anonymous caddie giving their best bets of the week (if you read our column each week, you would've seen CP's analysis on Champ!).
One of our favorite follows on Twitter, John Haslbauer of ThePGATout.com, joins us to break down the 2021 3M Open at TPC Twin Cities. We go through our best bets and DFS plays of the week—as we try to pick ourselves back up after the heartbreak of Jordan Spieth's loss last week at Royal St. George's.Be sure to check our final picks at GolfDigest.com, where we have a panel of experts including Pat Mayo, Rick Gehman, Brandon Gdula, Lee Alldrick and an anonymous caddie giving their best bets of the week (Alldrick nailed Collin Morikawa at The Open).
Dave Tindall, one of the most respected handicappers in the industry, has covered every Open Championship since 1997—so we could think of no better expert to help us make our best for The Open. Tindall also predicted Lucas Glover's win at 50-1 last week, so we'll hope he keeps that momentum going into this week.Listen to our Open betting preview, where our Christopher Powers makes the biggest outright bet of his life on one of the favorites. And be sure to check our final picks at GolfDigest.com, where we have a panel of experts including Pat Mayo, Rick Gehman, Brandon Gdula, Lee Alldrick and an anonymous caddie giving their best bets of the week.
Congrats to anyone who followed Stephen Hennessey's advice last week on Cam Davis, cashing a 100-1 outright ticket at the Rocket Mortgage. The “Be Right” boys threw only a couple bets last week—and miraculously, they had all three players in the three-man playoff in Detroit. Unfortunately, that led to some hurt feelings … as you'll hear our Christopher Powers lament some smack talking from his fellow co-host. We'll look to make it back to back with Kenny Kim, host of the Fantasy Golf Degenerates podcast, now part of Mayo Media Network. Kenny is one of the most respected DFS writers in the industry with his contributions to Gup's Corner—see who he's playing this week at the John Deere Classic.
We're joined by John Smoltz, MLB legend and one of the most avid golfers you'll ever get the chance to talk to, on this week's episode. Smoltz has been competing in a bunch of senior tour events this season—so we talked to him about his golf game ahead of the upcoming American Century; planning trips to top-100 courses with his teammates while he was pitching; and playing Augusta National with Tiger Woods.Of course, we also preview the 2021 Rocket Mortgage Classic on this week's episode—giving a few best bets ahead of what will probably be another Bryson DeChambeau win. Have a listen.
Patrick Cantlay, fresh off a T-15 at the U.S. Open and a victory at the Memorial just a few weeks ago, joins the “Be Right” podcast to break down the Travelers Championship (12:23), an event where he has some incredible history. We asked Cantlay what's key to playing well at TPC River Highlands, site of this week's Travelers. We also break down the U.S. Open and Jon Rahm's incredible victory—and we dish our best bets for the week at this week's Travelers.
It's one of the best weeks of the year, and if you're playing in office pools, in DFS contests or making wagers on the U.S. Open—be sure to listen to this week's episode. Golf Digest's Joel Beall joins “Be Right” to discuss how thick the rough really is; the dark horses we need to keep our eye on; and whether Phil Mickelson can get that elusive U.S. Open.Be sure to listen to this week's episode of “Be Right,” and don't forget to visit GolfDigest.com for our complete gambling coverage, including our DFS column from Rick Gehman and our experts picks column, which includes insights from an anonymous caddie.
One of golf's newest stars, Will Zalatoris, joins the “Be Right” podcast to discuss what his journey's been like as he's risen to the top of the golf world (11:36). And he dishes on the nerves he felt proposing to his now-fiancée a few months ago—you won't want to miss our chat with Willy Z!Plus, we break down Congaree, which will host this week's Palmetto Championship. Our Stephen Hennessey played the course a few months ago, so he has some insights on how the new layout will play—including a surprising bet he's made on a longshot.
Max Homa joins the “Be Right” podcast to discuss his incredible past year of golf and the truth about whether tour pros share their own social-media posts, plus much more. First, our host Stephen Hennessey brags (just a little) about touting Jason Kokrak to win at 45-1 on the show last week—as he continues a hot stretch of golf betting (always a dangerous thing).Will it be Christopher Powers’ turn to predict a winner this week? There’s some disagreement among the boys on who the best bet should be at the top of the board. Listen on for our deep dive on Jack Nicklaus’ changes at Muirfield Village and our picks and fades for the 2021 Memorial.
NBA legend Charles Barkley joins the “Be Right” podcast to talk about some of his favorite gambling stories; whether he gambles on golf (he throws some hilarious daggers at our hosts); and how his golf swing is in the past place it’s been in the past 25 years. We were thrilled to talk to Barkley this week.We also break down one of the most historic majors of all time—plus how our Stephen Hennessey cashed big (again) in a big major pool—plus the most recent viral video with Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau (including who would win in a boxing match, which there are actual odds for).Of course, we also offer our best bets and fades for the 2021 Charles Schwab Challenge—have a listen and make sure to check out GolfDigest.com for Rick Gehman’s DFS article, plus our betting experts picks column, with some of the sharpest handicappers in the industry.
The “Be Right” boys recap the first two days of action from Kiawah Island as Phil Mickelson and Louis Oosthuizen have a share of the lead after 36 holes. We discuss who we think has the most value heading into the weekend—and whether this is Brooks Koepka’s to win at this point. Make sure to read GolfDigest.com for our full gambling coverage.
Alan Shipnuck of the Fire Pit Collective and Golf Digest’s newest hire joins Golf Digest’s “Be Right” podcast this week to break down The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island. Shipnuck will be on-site this week for Golf Digest, and he explains what he’s watching for this week—particularly with some sharp analysis on Rory McIlroy toward the end of the show … stick around for that!The “Be Right” boys break down everything you need to know about the golf course and which bets they’re loving this week. Check out GolfDigest.com for a complete DFS breakdown from our expert Rick Gehman—and our weekly experts picks column with sharp analysis from some of the best data scientists (and an anonymous tour caddie) in golf.
Andy Lack of the Pick the Pup podcast joins Golf Digest’s “Be Right” podcast this week to break down a new venue, TPC Craig Ranch. The boys are all-in on Will Zalatoris to get his first PGA Tour win—listen on for why we’re so high on him and a bunch of other players.Check out GolfDigest.com for a complete DFS breakdown from our expert Rick Gehman—and our weekly experts picks column with sharp analysis from some of the best data scientists (and an anonymous tour caddie) in golf.
Abraham Ancer joined Golf Digest’s “Be Right” podcast this week—be sure to listen to the full conversation with the 2019 Presidents Cup star. He’s in the field at the 2021 Wells Fargo Championship, coming off yet another great finish last week at the Valspar. Ancer talks about his game and whether he likes his chances this week.The “Be Right” boys also offer their best bets for this week at Quail Hollow.Check out GolfDigest.com for a complete DFS breakdown from our expert Rick Gehman—and our weekly experts picks column with sharp analysis from some of the best data scientists (and an anonymous tour caddie) in golf.
We break down the action at Innisbrook Resort’s Copperhead course—giving our best bets and DFS plays of the week. Is Emiliano Grillo worth a look? There’s some debate amongst our crew whether he’s a good play this week. We have some disagreement on Patrick Reed and Corey Conners, too, as we go through a strong field at the 2021 Valspar Championship.
Ryan Palmer and Jon Rahm defend their title from 2019 at this week’s Zurich Classic, which has a decent field. Is it too volatile of a format to take a favorite? Which longshots have the attention of our crew? We break down the action from TPC Louisiana in this week’s episode of “Be Right.”
Harbour Town is a staple on the PGA Tour, and it provides an intriguing test for players with its narrow fairways, tight doglegs and small greens. Steve Bamford, whose course breakdowns are second to none, gives us his analysis on how to identify a winner at the RBC Heritage. And he gives us the longshots he likes this week (plus a must-play on the European Tour).
The leader board is packed as we head into the weekend at Augusta National. Who do the "Be Right" boys think will end up with the green jacket? We preview the weekend and discuss which contenders and longshots have value on the betting board.
Adam Scott, the 2013 Masters champion, joins us to discuss how he’s preparing for Augusta National—and whether he thinks his lofty odds to win are disrespectful (they are!). We’re also joined by Matt Youmans of VSIN, who cashed a ticket on Jordan Spieth last week along with our Stephen Hennessey, whose somewhat-bold prediction came through. Youmans and the “Be Right” boys break down the entire field—with a couple of disagreements amongst the favorites. Before you fill out your Masters pools, DFS lineups and make your bets for the week, be sure to listen to this week’s episode.Of course, be sure to subscribe to “Be Right” wherever you get your podcasts. And check out GolfDigest.com for our weekly expert picks—where we’ve now picked five of the past nine winners correctly!
Zach Johnson, 2007 Masters champion and two-time major winner, joined the “Be Right” boys (10:27) to preview the Masters, a new fantasy game released by Augusta National and Johnson’s approach to stats and analytics.The crew also previews the 2021 Valero Texas Open—including some spicy takes on Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler (26:24). And after nearly cashing our Scottie Scheffler outright tickets last week, we’re feeling good about some bets at TPC San Antonio.Be sure to check GolfDigest.com’s experts picks column for analysis from our panel of handicappers, including data scientists Pat Mayo, Rick Gehman and Brandon Gdula. We went up more than 220 units last season and are on a hot streak lately.Subscribe to “Be Right” wherever you get your podcasts and leave us a review—thanks for listening and good luck!
It’s one of the most fun weeks of the year! We break down golf’s version of March Madness with our WGC-Dell Match Play show, with Shane Ryan joining us from on-site at Austin Country Club. The “Be Right” crew gives their best bet to win each group —and who they like to win this week’s tournament (9:55).Be sure to check GolfDigest.com for our experts’ favorite picks—Golf Digest’s betting panel has picked four of the past eight winners correctly!
We were fortunate to be joined by John Wood, long-time caddie on the PGA Tour for Hunter Mahan, Matt Kuchar, Kevin Sutherland and others. Wood is now on the broadcast team for NBC and has been on-site the past few weeks—like he is this week. He joined us from PGA National to give us some crucial insights into how the Champion course might play a little differently than people expect—and he explains the type of player who should play well this week (in addition to giving us a player to watch this week). (14:33)Wood also recaps the action from The Players with us, after Justin Thomas’ big-time victory, which was a huge win for the gambling community, including our Christopher Powers, who followed JT on Sunday. We wrap up an exciting week at TPC Sawgrass before we get into our Honda Classic picks (29:54).Be sure to check GolfDigest.com for our weekly experts picks column—where we have Pat Mayo, Rick Gehman, Brandon Gdula and an anonymous tour caddie providing picks (for free!) every week. And we’re on a roll, picking four of the past six winners.
It’s one of the best weeks of the year—48 of the top 50 players in the world will tee it up at the 2021 Players Championship. One of those players, Matthew Fitzpatrick (now 16th in the world) joined us to talk us through how he’ll attack the course this week, and he explains what’s key to playing well at this Pete Dye design. Fitzpatrick is on a run of great golf—see if he likes his chances this week. (9:04)We’re also joined by one of the best golf writers in the business, Kyle Porter of CBS Sports, to help us break down the jam-packed field at TPC Sawgrass. Is this the week Jordan Spieth puts it all together? Porter has a spicy take on Spieth’s odds to win. (17:00)Which of the top players will our experts bet on this week? We break down our best bets in every odds range and offer some sleeper picks to win on this week’s “Be Right” podcast, as we look to continue our hot streak.Be sure to subscribe to “Be Right” wherever you get your podcasts and leave a review—we hope you keep hitting winners with us! Thanks to our sponsor, William Hill, and be sure to take advantage of their great promo described at the beginning of the show. Use our promo code: GOLFDIGESTRF
We hope you listened to us last week, as “Be Right” host Christopher Powers nailed Collin Morikawa (45-1) to win the WGC-Workday. Our Golf Digest contributor Pat Mayo also picked Morikawa in our weekly experts’ picks column at GolfDigest.com, so there was a lot of cash to be had! We’re confident about our picks this week, too, with a special guest, Skylar Hoke (@SkyHookDFS) from Fade the Noise. Skylar is one of the sharpest DFS and betting analysts in golf, so he explains his strategy for fantasy lineups and outright wagers for Bay Hill. It seems like the entire industry’s been hitting a ton of winners recently—we detail why we think we can keep that hot streak going at a tour staple, the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Be sure to download this week’s episode and leave us a review. Hope you enjoy the show, and let’s keep this heater going!
The news of Tiger Woods’ car accident broke right before we recorded our podcast, so we reacted to what Golf Digest’s Daniel Rapaport has reported on the Tiger news before breaking down this week’s WGC-Workday Championship at Concession and the Puerto Rico Open.We break down our best bets for the WGC-Workday at Concession Golf Club, an unknown venue for most PGA Tour fans. What can we expect from Concession? We explain what we know about this new tour venue and who should contend here.Be sure to subscribe to “Be Right” wherever you get your podcasts—and take advantage of a great offer from our new sponsor, William Hill.
The “Be Right” boys continue the good vibes—Daniel Berger was the outright bet of two of our experts in the GolfDigest.com experts’ picks column last week (Rick Gehman and Brandon Gdula). You’re building up quite the bankroll if you’re following our advice. We’ll keep it going this week with Golf Digest Staff Writer Daniel Rapaport joining us from on-site at Riviera Country Club, site of the 2021 Genesis Invitational. Rapaport made the trip from Pebble Beach, where he watched Berger, Jordan Spieth and Nate Lashley duke it out on Sunday, so he gives us his takeaways from Pebble before getting into the stacked field at Riviera (9:24). Rapaport has also played Riviera countless times having grown up outside L.A., so he shares his insights and tells us which players he thinks will be contend this week. Thanks for listening to the Golf Digest “Be Right” podcast. Please be sure to download the episode and give us a rating and a review and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.
When the vibes are good, there’s nothing better. The “Be Right” podcast was all over Brooks Koepka’s victory last week—and we all made some big bucks (hopefully you did, too)! That’s three consecutive wins for the pod, with Christopher Powers hitting Si Woo Kim at the AMEX, Stephen Hennessey nailing Patrick Reed at Torrey and everybody cashing on Koepka’s big-time win at the Waste Management. The boys welcome Joe Idone, founder of the DFS Open and @TourPicks on Twitter, onto the podcast this week. Idone has some sharp analysis on the AT&T Pebble Beach field and offers his picks on who to target in DFS. Hennessey might’ve had a big week (for him) at the WMPO, but Idone has won six figures in DFS—so we’re all ears to his advice! Thanks for listening and make sure to subscribe to “Be Right” wherever you get your podcasts. And check GolfDigest.com’s experts’ picks column, where we have an anonymous tour caddie giving his analysis for the week, plus some of the sharpest golf handicappers in the industry, including Pat Mayo, Rick Gehman, Brandon Gdula and Lee Alldrick, offering their picks (for free!).
It’s one of the best weekends for sports fans—and we have a jam-packed episode to get you pumped for the 2021 Waste Management Phoenix Open! First, Teddy Greenstein from PointsBet joins us to discuss the debut of the new streaming betting show he’ll be a part of from TPC Scottsdale—and what we should expect (1:23). Then Cynthia Frelund, an analytics expert from NFL Network who dabbles in golf, joins us to break down the Waste Management (16:22). Sure, it’s worth mentioning the “Be Right” boys nailed a winner in back-to-back weeks (Stephen Hennessey was on Patrick Reed last week after Christopher Powers nailed Si Woo Kim the week before), but we have a true data science expert to break down the action at TPC Scottsdale. Our best bets include some cross-sport action—we’ll just hint that Frelund thinks there might be more points scored in the Super Bowl than some expect; and she breaks down some Chiefs and Buccaneers players who might over-or underperform based on expectations. This might be our favorite episode of all time—marking one of the best weeks of the year. So please have a listen!
We picked a winner last week! Christopher Powers bet Si Woo Kim—netting him a nice payday at 70-1—and some good bragging rights over the rest of the guys. The Golf Digest “Be Right” crew welcomed Tyler Tamboline, aka TAMBO from RotoGrinders (and one of the sharpest DFS golf players in the industry) onto this week’s show. Is one of our hosts too square to avoid betting Tony Finau? And which longshots have serious value? Listen to this week’s episode to find out.
The PGA, European and LPGA Tours are all back this week—setting up an exciting weekend of golf. We spoke with two-time winner of the Abu Dhabi HSBC ahead of the event (3:13). Fried Egg Paulie, one of the sharpest golf handicappers in the industry, joins us (25:50) to break down the AMEX and European fields. His model led to a 250-1 hit on Brian Gay a few months ago, and he was all over Brendan Steele, who came up short last week. PGA West has given us three big-time longshots in the past four years. Is this another year for a big-time sleeper? Paulie has a BOLD prediction for one of the favorites that you have to hear, and the Be Right boys have an intriguing LPGA/European double that could be worth some pizza money.
It’s the first full-field PGA Tour event of the year—so we brought in Pat Mayo, the godfather of golf betting—to break down the 2021 Sony Open.Mayo gives his best strategy for winning your One and Done contests, in addition to his best bets, leans and DFS advice for Waialae Country Club.Give a listen and make sure to read GolfDigest.com for our experts’ picks column—which includes an anonymous tour caddie giving his picks, in addition to our data scientists and experts (who combined to go up more than 220 units last season!).
The 2021 Sentry Tournament of Champions is here—the first of 29 consecutive weeks of PGA Tour golf. It’s a golf fan’s dream, and we’re here to make you money. Our jam-packed show includes:2021 futures bets we love (6:44)Players to make you money in DFS and betting in 2021 (17:41)Worst bets of the year (22:23)Kapalua/Sentry Tournament of Champions breakdown (31:11)
The boys had the board covered once again last week, sweating out a fun U.S. Women’s Open on Monday. We recap our interesting betting weekend before breaking down the 2020 PNC Championship, where Tiger Woods and son, Charlie, will make their first appearance. Is betting on an 11-year-old the move this week? We give our best bets for the 36-hole event.
It’s a major week in golf with the 2020 U.S. Women’s Open being held at historic Champions Golf Club in Houston. We break down the action with pro golfer Cheyenne Woods, fresh off her announcing debut at The Match 3 a few weeks ago. Cheyenne gives us her picks and who to watch for this week (12:00). Fresh off correctly predicting Viktor Hovland winning at Mayakoba, the Be Right boys give their best bets for the U.S. Women’s Open, the QBE Shootout and the DP World Tour Championship.
The final PGA Tour event of 2020 is here, and our experts are joined by Ben Coley of The Sporting Life to break down the action at the Mayakoba Golf Classic (14:24). Coley is one of the sharpest minds in golf handicapping—particularly on the European Tour—so with dual Euro events this week and a big stretch to end the season, he hopped on to give us his picks. We hope you’re able to use our advice (or fade it) to hit in one of the last weeks of golf to end 2020!
The “Be Right Boys” had the entire board covered at the RSM Classic—except Robert Streb, who daggered Christopher Powers and Stephen Hennessey, who were both on Kevin Kisner (and Cameron Tringale and Harris English, of course). Alex Myers lost his big top-10 bet on Webb Simpson, too, so it was a tough week—but we have some great betting opportunities this week at THE MATCH 3, Champions for Change, which will take place on Friday at The Stone Canyon Club. The guys break down the course, the format and some of their favorite bets for what should be an exciting week before the final PGA Tour event of the year.
Dustin Johnson won big last week, but DFS expert Ryan Baroff cashed huge, too, with a six-figure payday from his DraftKings’ lineup. Baroff explains how he did it and offers advice for DFS success. We break down the RSM Classic with Baroff—finding some players we like in the second-to-last PGA Tour event of 2020. And Chris Vernon, whose special Masters updates went viral over the weekend, talks about his hilarious videos and why he thinks they were so popular.
Two marathon days at Augusta National are in the books! It’s been an exciting Thursday and Friday in this unique fall Masters, and it’s setting up to be an awesome weekend. The “Be Right” boys explain their favorite live bets heading into Day 3. Listen to their mid-tournament recap to see which live bets they think still have value.
Finally, the 2020 Masters is here! We talked to Xander Schauffele, one of the favorites, about what we should expect from this fall Masters—and who he thinks will win (10:30). We’re also joined by Rick Gehman of RickRunGood.com, one of the leading data scientists and DFS golf handicappers, to break down this unique tournament (29:05). Gehman tells us which stats to focus on and helps us (hopefully) correctly predict our second major in a row!