PGA Tour Betting – Justin Timberlake SHC Open (September 29th)
Published : 9/27/2011 (Updated : 9/27/2011 11:58:39 AM)
PGA Tour betting returns on September 29th for the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open at TPC Summerlin. Nick Watney, Martin Laird and Chad Campbell are the major names involved in the first tournament of the Fall Series.
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The PGA Tour moves into the Fall Series, and for first time in its five-year history, the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open leads off at TPC Summerlin.
Last year Jonathan Byrd made history by winning the three-way playoff with a-hole-in-one.
Sunshine will rule in the desert this week. Although there may be a chance of inclement weather on the weekend, it is expected to be cloudy at worst.
American Nick Watney suffered a poor run in the playoff’s but will hope his good history in Las Vegas will get his season back on track. The Vegas resident arrives after scoring a pair of T6s in six starts here, including last year when he carded only three bogeys all week.
The 2009 winner Martin Laird was foiled in his defence of the title by Jonathan Byrd in a playoff. Laird has been in exceptional form at TPC Summerlin and has averaged 66 strokes in his last eight rounds. Should be a strong contender again this week.
Chad Campbell is another American who has faired well in this tournament over the years after finishing 3rd in 2008 and second in 2009. Since the British Open he has been in inspired form, scoring three top 25s in six starts.
Kyle Stanley was unfortunate not to progress to East Lake after securing three consecutive top 25 finishes in the first three playoff tournaments. However, this highlights how well he is striking the ball.
The 2007 champion George McNeill really enjoys this tournament after securing a top 15 finish in all four of his appearances. He is third in the all-time earnings list TPC Summerlin and has four top 10 finishes this year.