Kevin Kisner is the golfer who played the most underrated match on the PGA Tour

The WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play tournament is this week’s highlight event on the PGA Tour and you should treat it more nicely than you would when betting on a stroke play tournament.

One of the biggest things you should consider, as I pointed out in betting previewis how a golfer has done well in matches throughout his career.

One golfer who automatically bets on me every year at this tournament is Kevin Kisner. He has proven time and time again, both at the WGC as well as the Ryder Cup, that he thrives in mind games.

WynnBET Currently, his odds are set at +6600 (bet $100 for a profit of $6,600) to win the event for the second time in his career.

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Based on Adamsarson.comKevin Kisner’s record as a professional golfer in matches is a staggering 16-6-2, a win rate of 72.72%.

Not only that, he’s exceptionally good as late as possible. He won 8-1 in his last nine-round match. He had an impressive win over Justin Thomas in last year’s version of the event, beating him 2 and 1. He will face JT again this year, as the two are grouped with each other for consecutive years.

As an added cherry above, and a big reason why Kisner played the game so well, was that he could close in. Going into this week’s event, Kisner was perfect with a 9-0 scoreline at the event having won the match in the first leg. He’s one of only three players on the field this week to be unbeaten having won the first nine holes.

One way or another, betting on Kisner this week is a must. You would be silly if you didn’t.

Check out Iain MacMillan’s bets and Details here. Kevin Kisner is the golfer who played the most underrated match on the PGA Tour

John Verrall

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