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WGC FedEx St Jude Invitational Betting Tips

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WGC FedEx St Jude Invitational was originally known under the name of the Memphis Open with the first edition that took place back in 1958. His status was elevated last year when it was made one of the four high-profile World Golf Championship events. The World Golf Championships started in 1999, and this will be the 32nd consecutive time that TPC Southwind will host this tournament. This year it will precede the first of the three major’s, the US PGA Championship. There are 78 players from 19 different countries with the top eight players in the Official World Golf Rankings that will fight for this week’s title.

The TPC Southwind course in Memphis, Tennessee was designed by Ron Prichard and was opened in 1988. It has always been a difficult course but has been made even more challenging in 2004 when there have been 125 additional trees planted, 15 bunkers and several other changes. Water is in play on 10 holes at this course. Below you will find the best golf betting tips for the WGC FedEx St Jude Invitational and a full preview made by our betting predictions experts. You will also get the best offers from the top bookmakers and pointed towards the best odds.

WGC FedEx St Jude Invitational 2020 Betting

WGC FedEx St Jude Invitational Betting Tips | Thursday to Sunday, 30th July To 02nd August 2020

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Tyrrell Hatton To Win

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The Englishman was in shining form before the break in March, and we cannot ignore him at this high price. He secured his first win on the PGA Tour in Florida, and when the action returned in the summer, he picked up from where he left with a third-place at the RBC Heritage and a fourth place at the Rocket Mortgage Classic. The 28 years old has made the top six in five events played this season and a tied 13 in the remaining one.

Now Hatton will be looking to land a win in a big tournament after showing to be able to adapt quickly to the highest level. With his current form he looks very well equipped to better his previous tied 3rd in WGCs (Mexico 2018). The Bermuda greens might help him considering that he has done very well in Florida and also got that Arnold Palmer Invitational win in March. Whatever way we look at it, Hatton is great value at this price as there are all the conditions for him to make a bold title bid this week.

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Chez Reavie (Each-Way) To Win

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Chez Reavie looks a perfect each-way bet. He has course form at TPC Southwind with a record of 27-6-4-12-27. Last year he tied 27 here but was tied 18 with a round to go. Reavie was also third in last year’s US Open just before winning the Travelers and finished in the top five at the 2019 Tour Championship. This season, he made the top 10 at Riviera after two decent weeks at Muirfield Village when he finished tied 17 in the Workday Charity Open and tied 22 at Memorial. A win is a big ask here, but surely he is in a good place to get a place and at this price is worth giving him a chance.