The PGA had a resurgence last year that hadn’t been seen since Tiger Woods came onto the scene. You all remember Tiger Woods right? Really good golfer, won a bunch of Majors, and then had his personal life and professional one hook out of bounds. Since then the PGA has been desperately searching for someone to become the “Next Tiger” and for a while it seemed like Rory McIlroy may have been that guy. He won a few majors, but has been inconsistent at times and therefore lost his title, though he isn’t far off from reclaiming it.
Odds To Win Careerbuilder Challenge
P. Reed 9.680
M. Kuchar 17.300
Jordan Spieth – There is no doubt that Spieth is the top player going into this weekend as he tries to make it 3/3 for majors on the year. He has been dominant this year with 4 wins including those 2 majors, 3 2nd place finishes, and a 3rd place finish. He will be expensive and highly owned this week, but you are taking a major risk by fading him even with the worlds best golfers here.
Jordan Spieth – He has been dominant this year, and I’m sure will be taking this week very seriously as he gets ready for the Open Championship. He has 3 wins and and 3 runner ups this year, and just always seems to be in contention at these tournaments. He is a putting machine and will like card a lot of birdies at the John Deere this weekend.
KD has established a large social media presence in the midst of returning to the court and his MVP level of health. Recently, he just dropped the KD8s at a recent event in Culver City. Durant has established himself as an ambassador for Nike and string of partnerships with the likes of Sparkling Ice and Neff. His presence in the Western Conference should continue to make the Oklahoma City Thunder a dangerous team in the league. The progression of the development of the combination of Durant and Russell Westbrook will further generate their interest within the media and his fantasy production.