2015 Wyndham Championship Betting Preview And Tips
Sedgefield Country Club, Greensboro,, N.C.
Par: 71 / Yardage: 7,071.
Purse: $5.4 million with with $972,000 to the winner
Defending: Camilo Villegas

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Brooks Koepka 16/1

Delighted that Brooks underlined his Major credentials with a T5 finish last week at the PGA Championship and I think he’ll enjoy his second trip to Sedgefield.  His T38 debut here last season may not have set the world alight but he finished with a final round 64 which kicked off a super run of late season form culminating in a win at the Turkish Airlines Open.  On a run of seven top-25 finishes in a row and primed to win. Super value at 16/1

Doc’s Five To Watch


Justin Thomas 25/1

Justin Thomas tied fourth in the GIR starts on his way to a T18 at Whistling Straits and continues to impress.  He also has top fives at the Quicken Loans and John Deere in the build up to what might just be a maiden PGA Tour win.  Played this event as an amateur in 2009 and made the cut.

Bill Haas 28/1

Didn’t happen for Haas at Whistling Straits but he showed enough in a T25 at Firestone and T4 at the Quicken Loans to conclude he’s worth a punt in North Carolina.  T2 in 2014, T20 in 2013 and T7 2012 make up a good recent Wyndham record and given the “easy” rating of the course, the Humana winner has to be one to watch.

Webb Simpson 22/1

Webb is one of those players who have embraced the anchoring ban by going back to the conventional putter this season, but other than a good showing at the Wells Fargo, it has been mostly mid table mediocrity.  The Charlotte resident however is the horse for the course this week; he won here in 2011, was T5 last year and has been in the top 22 in each of the last five years.  Webb loves the place so much he even named his daughter Wyndham Rose!

Carl Pettersson 45/1

One of the last few events before Carl has to alter the long putter that has been his magic wand over the years so he’ll be keen to get in the mix this week.  The Swede topped the putting stats at the John Deere Classic and showed good form at the Quicken Loans with a T4 finish.  The winner here in 2008, Carl has come close since (T4 2011, T4 2012) and looks a nice each way prospect.

Will Wilcox 45/1

One man who has no worries about making the top 125 on the money list to make the Fed Ex Playoffs is Will Wilcox who continues to have a fantastic season.  The University of Alabama grad last week added a T10 at the Barracuda to his recent solo second at the Barbasol and T8 at the John Deere Classic. Statistically THE BEST all round player on the PGA Tour this year, Wilcox finished T24 on his Wyndham debut last year.  My money says he will contend this time around.



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