Dark Horse’s Choice for Phoenix Open Waste Management

We’re entering one of the best parts of the PGA Tour season from now until the end of the Masters in April. Waste management is always fun Phoenix Open this week, Players Championship on next month, and then we head to Augusta National in historic April.

I gave Full betting preview and complete selection for this week’s tournament, but I always wanted to place some bets on the black horse for those of you who want to be aggressive and bet on a long shot.

No further advice needed, here are my top 3 worst bets to win this week’s Phoenix Open Waste Management. All Odds listed through WynnBET Sportsbook.

Homa max +6600

People are starting to sleep with Max Homa, and they really shouldn’t. FanSided’s Cody Williams agrees with me on this and here’s what he wrote about himself Betting preview for the event:

“Honestly, this looks like Max Homa is just undervalued but, if the bettors are going to place him at the highest price, who am I to not take advantage of that opportunity by giving him trouble? We know he has the edge to win and, even if his form hasn’t been good lately, tackle is a strong point in the game. If he turns it on he can win on a strong court like this and I’m ready to watch Homa with these odds where he’s finished T -6 before that.”

TPC Scottsdale is a dribbling striker course, so it would be a great fit for Homa. Also, let’s not forget that Max won last year’s Genesis Invitational, the tournament has a stacked field, so this week’s topping is definitely not out of the question.

Emiliano Grillo +20000

I’m going crazy with two of my long shots this week. A smart strategy for shadow bets like the Phoenix Open is to target golfers who are good at tee and stroke, but often struggle with their short game. As I pointed out in betting previewTPC Scottsdale is very forgiving when it comes to chipping and placing.

Next up is Emiliano Grillo, who is one of my favorite black horse bets several times a year because his rider and iron play are so good, but he often falls off with wedges and swings. his putter.

He’s 50th in strokes taken: tees to green, but 151st in strokes taken: around the green and 178th in strokes taken: hitting the ball. He cut five of his six starts at the event and finished 22nd here last year. You won’t find a better value bet at 200/1. I will likely put him in the top 20, once the odds are in place.

Austin Eckroat +400000

That’s right, a 400/1 long shot. Let’s go crazy.

Austin Eckroat doesn’t have a PGA Tour card, but a Korn Ferry Tour member has been exempted from the competition for the third week in a row. Why I like him 400/1, is that it was absolutely deadly last week, and it’s going to be a long way at TPC Scottsdale. He’s only had two innings, but those two innings put him first on the PGA Tour stats for strokes: off-the-tee, impressive.

He was part of the 2018 Oklahoma State national championship team alongside Viktor Hovland and Matthew Wolff, so the talent is there. I probably wouldn’t really recommend picking him for a full win, but betting on the top 20 (or top 40 if you can find it), is insanely hot.

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John Verrall

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