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Waste Management Phoenix Open Betting: Value Is On Kuchar

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The PGA Tour will be in Arizona this week where the Waste Management Phoenix Open will take place. This tournament was firstly staged 88 years ago, and it was called the Arizona Open. It is one of the oldest events of the PGA Tour, and you can expect raucous crowds, especially around par three 16th hole.

The Water Management Phoneix Open has a great atmosphere and tradition and usually delivers big upset right in the finale. Our golf betting tips experts have previewed this golf tournament for you, so make sure you read the predictions. In addition to that, you will also find in this page the best betting offers for this golf tournament, together with the latest best odds.

The tournament takes place on the TPC Scottsdale who was renovated before 2015 with some greens that were remodelled and resurfaced. New bunkers and over 100 yards were added but the scoring wasn’t affected. This Stadium Course was created for this event which will host it for the 32nd time. It’s a link style desert track that has an entertaining finale. In the 15th there is water in play. Even if this course has been tweaked and lengthened, keep an eye on the low scores.

2020 Waste Management Phoenix Betting

2020 Waste Management Phoenix Betting Tips | Thursday to Sunday, 30th January To 02nd February 2020

What Will it Take to Win the Waste Management Phoenix Open?

Rickie Fowler did very well from the tee. He ranked third for Driving Accuracy and 11th for Driving Distance. Basically how you perform off the tee is rather useless here, and also length or accuracy are critical. Until 2010 putting was the most important stat, but that has changed lately and hitting greens is key to success now. GIR is by far the most important of the main stats and scoring well on the par fours will be key, especially as this week. Seven of the last eight winners have ranked inside the top-seven for Par 4 Scoring.

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Who won the American Express has an advantage here?

Players that like to play in the desert has to be considered this week. It is therefore not surprising that players that have performed well at the American Express, tend to do well here. That event is also played in the desert and part of the West Coast Swing. The likes of Phil Mickelson, Mark Wilson and Kenny Perry have all been successful in both events. Jason Dufner, who the American Express in 2016, and was defeated here in a playoff by Wilson in 2011. Justin Leonard is another one that have won the American Express and finished second here in Phoenix. The list goes on. 

Current Form is not critical

Even if Gary Woodland, who won this event two years, did show some form before landing the title with a 7th place at the Sony Open and 12th at the Farmers Insurance Open, this was a bit of an exception. So, in this event, don’t get too concerned about current form. 

Market Leaders

It is difficult to think that Jon Rahm will not be contending this week. He likes this course, and it was in this tournament that he firstly announced himself at this level in 2015. The world number two has now won four of his last 17 tournaments and usually is in the frame. Last week he was hot favourite after leading through 54 holes at Torrey Pines before finishing second, defeated by just a stroke. 

Another favourite is Justin Thomas, who has course experience here. He came here with a poor record last year, and managed to get the third place. Thomas missed the cut at Sony Open three weeks ago, just one week after winning the Sentry Tournament of Champions. He is on the wrong side of the draw, and we don’t see any value in backing him this week. 

Hideki Matsuyama has won this tournament twice and will have lots of followers at a meaty 16/1, but he is not in good form and since his two wins here he has withdrawn from the event and also finished 15th. 

Our Verdict

For a long time, Matt Kuchar has been poor value most weeks. He was regularly contending, yet rarely managed to get the job done which is not great if you are backing him at an initial short price. 

After losing to Jordan Spieth in 2017 Open Championship he has improved and has become a lot more ruthless when it comes to winning titles. He is also priced a lot higher, so he is more appetible. Surely this is the case this week, as he is available at 28/1 in a tournament where he has finished ninth, fifth and fourth in the last three editions. Only two weeks ago he landed the Singapore Open by three strokes. At this price, we are happy to go behind him. 

Our Verdict: Matt Kuchar To Win The Waste Management Phoenix

A £20 Bet On The Selection Above Returns:

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If you are looking for an outsider, why not going for Branden Grade. He is available at 45/1 and looks perfect for an each way bet. He has won the South African Open a couple of tournaments ago and likes to play in the desert.

Our Verdict: Branen Grade (Each Way) To Win The Waste Management Phoenix

A £20 EW Bet On The Selection Above Returns (Best Price):

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