Quicken Loans National betting and fantasy golf tips

Who could double-up as a good Fantasy Golf and betting pick on the PGA Tour this week?

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With no counting event on the European Tour this week, the key to your Fantasy Golf success could be to make sure you are well represented at this week’s Quicken Loans National.

But who could double-up as a good Fantasy Golf and betting pick?

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We managed to pick you out a couple of places on the European Tour last week with Tyrell Hatton (45/1) finishing third and Anirban Lahiri (80/1) sneaking into fifth with a superb final round.

Let’s see if we can have a bit of luck on the PGA Tour this week.

Justin Rose is a two-time winner of this event so it’s no surprise to see the Englishman head the betting at 8/1.


You can get a similar price on Rickie Fowler who has two big wins to his name this year.

Tiger Woods is back action after a poor show at The Open and despite also being a two-time winner of the event, there’s no surprise to see the 14-time Major winner way down the list at 50/1.


Never mind winning another Major, will Tiger ever win another tournament? Current form says no.

While there may not be much value in backing Rose, I think compatriot Andy Sullivan is worth a look considering there aren’t too many top-ranked players in action


He’s bagged a couple of wins this season and has looked very comfortable in his few PGA Tour outings this year.

A reasonable showing at The Open and a fairly consistent year all round make me think odds of 60/1 are quite generous.

If you want more of a rank outsider then have a look at KJ Choi. The PGA Tour stalwart is a previous winner of this event and finished runner-up a few years a go.


With odds of 140/1 it could be worth a couple of quid each way to see if the Korean master can sneak into the top five this week.

If you want to add some of the bookies favourites to your Fantasy Golf team then Jimmy Walker 16/1, Bill Haas 35/1, and Gary Woodland 45/1 are a few of the stand-out names.

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