The much-anticipated WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational 2020, which is a professional golf tournament, is all set to take place from July 30 to August 12. While initially, the tournament was to be held in the first week of July this year, the event was rescheduled owing to the ongoing threat of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Golf bettors from around the world are eagerly anticipating this 22nd WGC Invitational Tournament, which will also be the 3rd World Golf Championship event this year. While the event will have no spectators to comply with the social distancing norms, the betting will still be under full swing.
WGC St. Jude Invitational Golf Betting Tips 2020
The WGC St. Jude Invitational tournament will feature top-ranking golf players, including Justin Thomas, who has two wins already in this season. While he is certainly one of the top bettors, there is also Jon Rahm, the present Golf world no. 1. Having won the Memorial Tournament just two weeks prior to the upcoming tournament, he makes for another safe bet with good odds.
Some of the other golfers attending the event have the following odds. Rory Mcllroy and Bryson DeChambeau, both have 12-1 odds to win in the present PGA. Brooks Koepka has a 33-1, long shot odd, while he is also the current defending golf champion.
Before placing your bets, it is also imperative to consider both projected leader boards and golf predictions from proven computer models from trusted sites like SportsLine. For instance, the proven computer model at SportsLine, also known as Bryson DeChambeau, was created by pro-DFS Mike McClure. McClure has used the model, which is based on the Rocket Mortgage Classic, to bag some of the best odds this year. Another name, worth mentioning, is that of Collin Morikar, who won the best odds at the Workday Charity Open, using the same model.
Placing bets and winning the best odds at the WGC St. Jude Invitational would be possible with the right research along with employing some of the best prediction computer models.