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Free PGA Betting – Best 0 Golf Bets for the 2024 Travelers Championship

Free PGA Betting – Best $100 Golf Bets for the 2024 Travelers Championship

Free PGA Betting – Best 0 Golf Bets for the 2024 Travelers Championship

Last week was one of my favorite golf tournaments of my life! The parallels between Bryson DeChambeau and Payne Stewart were just way too similar to not get caught up in the hype of it all. A week and a Sunday I will never forget!

Having a signature event the week after a major just seems like a bit of a “do it because my mom told me to” situation. I hope this doesn’t continue on the schedule next year because we have no idea which golfers have checked out (Rory) and are still excited to chase greatness.

For those of you new to the article, Break $100 is a comprehensive PGA betting guide on how to squeeze every penny out of your $100. We’ll split $100 into a betting card featuring outrights, first-round leaders, placements and a ‘farewell five’, all in an effort to turn a structured betting strategy into a profitable and entertaining Sunday sweat. $100 is easy to divide or multiply, so only bet amounts you can afford to lose. You can find me on X an unhealthy amount of the time @TheModelManiac if you have any questions, compliments or insults for me.

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Payout of $10 x 2

We bet $10 on our outrights and $10 on their respective placements. “Most of these figures are market-wide” is unfortunately no longer true since McIlroy’s withdrawal.

Collin Morikawa $5.09 x2 +1600 @ BetRivers (6 seats one way)

Despite struggling around the TPC River Highlands in the past, Collin Morikawa paraded down the middle of the fairways with his third-ranked shots taken on courses shorter than 7,200 yards. After a slow start this year, Morikawa is back with his old coach and his long irons are starting to move in the right direction, but that isn’t much of a problem for us this week as the majority of the approach shots will be shots this week getting within 175 yards, with Collin making his best shots from 100 to 150 yards.

The reason Collin has also struggled with this in the past is because of his short game and losing strokes when putting and around these greens. But that changed this year, with Collin taking the eighth most strokes and finishing in the top 20 in the short game. Now that the chipping chimpanzee is off his back, we can expect him to fire those wedges even more aggressively at these pin locations that will be fighting a losing battle to prevent these pros from getting close to -20 under par again this week, with Collin also on easy courses he is at the top of the rankings.

The market for each direction also really appealed to us this week as Collin’s last four starts have been T14, 2nd, 4th and T4 at the PGA Championship. If he makes another mistake (hopefully not), we can still take advantage of his advantage that he has flashed recently, winning in all four areas of the game in *every tournament going back to the Masters. *He lost approaching the RBC Heritage and fractionally putting at the PGA Championship. It’s time for Collin’s talent and form to shine through in a signature event this week!

Sam Burns $2.33 x2 +3500 @ BetRivers (6 seats one way)

We faded Sam Burns at the US Open last week because his best major finish was a T20, which is quite disappointing for a five-time PGA Tour winner. BUT, after opening his first six holes +5 (as we expected), he then played the remaining 66 holes five under par, achieving his best result since the WMPO and, more importantly, his first top 10 in a major! His confidence should be sky high this week after a truly impressive big performance, by his standards.

Burns enters the week with the seventh-best strokes gained in 2024 and also ranks in the top 20 for strokes gained, proximity and good shot speeds from 100 to 150 yards, which he has benefited from over the longer irons in his career. Wedge Burns’ hands and watch him bird in bunches when that putter of his really starts to flame, as we saw at Pinehurst last week. Let’s give the rest of the field some first degree burns, okay Sam?

Keegan Bradley $2.04 x2 +4000 @ BetRivers (6 seats one way)

The defending champion returns to his beloved northeastern part of the country, where he also had a T7 at the 2022 US Open at the Country Club in Brookline. We jumped on Keegan for the Charles Schwab after he absolutely demolished Valhalla off the tee, and did so again around Colonial Country Club on the way to… a T2 after a possessed Davis Riley defeated Keegan and World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler with FIVE strokes.

The driver has been off the boil a bit over the past two events, but if he bounces back this week on a course where he has found tremendous comfort, his putter should be ready to peak on this as well, just like last year and when he was ready. T2 here in 2019, when Keegan was still a bad putter (pre-target). In his last three starts at this venue he has gained more than five strokes each week on approach, and with the Ryder Cup edging ever closer to the calendar, there’s no better place for the wicked Bradley to add some signature points next to his name add. .

Matthieu Pavon $0.54 x2 +15000 @ BetRivers (6 places one way)

At 150-1 we’re likely to get a price that matches the T49 that is his best result since the Masters, ahead of his solo fifth-place finish at last week’s US Open. We know this guy can keep it going when he’s in contention after winning Farmers Insurance earlier this year and finishing third at Pebble Beach the following week. He has never won the US Open, but his performance eclipsed his previous best major finish of T12 at Augusta earlier this year.

This type of venue should also suit his skill profile, with accuracy off the tee and a putter that kept him on the heels of Rory and Bryson all week. Pavon is also elite at hitting good shots at the rough distances of less than 150 yards (99th percentile), which he showed us on the approach shot on the 72nd hole at Torrey Pines. With narrow fairways this week this will be his secret weapon and if that French flat stick can keep rolling into putts then look out!

Placements ($75)

  • SchefflerTop 5 -130 $22
  • XanderTop 10 -140 $23
  • High Top 20 +187 $10
  • Ludvig Aberg Top 5 +220 $20

Matchups ($10)

LAST WEEK: -$10 _ Sepp Straka +100 OVER Sam Burns (DraftKings)

Nothing this week.

The Farewell Fiver ($5)

We’ve been close. It’s time!

Below is the weekly podcast I do with Spencer Aguiar (my awesome RotoBaller colleague) and a guest each week. This week we had Keith Stewart, PGA, on the show, who has SO much golf knowledge! Good luck this week, and as always, may the odds ever be in your favor!!!

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