PGA Championship winner Phil Mickelson and Dallas native Jordan Spieth headline a strong post-major field at the 2021 Charles Schwab Challenge, teeing off Thursday at Colonial Country Club. Spieth, who won on the Fort Worth Course in 2016, is the 11-1 favorite in the latest 2021 Charles Schwab Challenge odds from William Hill Sportsbook, while Mickelson is a 50-1 long shot.
Before you lock in your 2021 Charles Schwab Challenge picks or bet this tournament, you NEED to see what SportsLine analyst Rick Gehman has to say, given his uncanny track record of success.
With his data-driven approach to betting golf, Gehman routinely crushes sportsbooks. Since the calendar turned to 2020, Gehman's bets have cashed more than $1,400 for $100 players!
The golf expert has picked 12 outright winners in the past 18 months and three this season, including Viktor Hovland at 25-1 at the Mayakoba Golf Classic and Daniel Berger at 20-1 at Pebble Beach! He JUST missed on nailing the winner in consecutive February events, with Hovland and Tony Finau finishing as runners-up on bets that would have cashed more than $1,900 on their own.
At the Wells Fargo Championship two weeks ago, he BARELY missed on Hovland again when the Norwegian battled for the lead on the final day but tied for third. That bet would have paid more than $900.
Gehman's biggest success this season has come on matchup plays, and he is 6-0 on these picks the past two weeks! At last week's PGA Championship, he hit all three again. Shane Lowry routed Brendon Todd and Stewart Cink crushed Charl Schwartzel, with both winning by nine strokes, and Brian Harman edged Cameron Tringale by two.
Gehman has been on a roll all year! At Pebble Beach, Gehman made a profit of $400 thanks to backing Berger. He cashed top-10 bets on Hovland and Will Zalatoris at Torrey Pines. At The American Express, his bets brought in nearly $600 when he hit a top-five wager on Patrick Cantlay and top-10s on Abraham Ancer and Francesco Molinari. Anyone who followed Gehman's advice cashed in HUGE!
Now Gehman, whose models have produced three outright winners this season, has analyzed the latest 2021 Charles Schwab Challenge odds from William Hill Sportsbook and revealed his picks to win.
We can tell you Gehman is backing Will Zalatoris (-105) to get the better of Scottie Scheffler (-120) in their matchup. Both are promising young players, but Zalatoris has been one of the best on tour in his approach game, and he has succeeded no matter what course he is facing. Scheffler tied for eighth at the PGA, but his overall results have been spotty, so the golf expert is riding with Zalatoris.
Gehman also has isolated three players to win, including a HUGE long shot who is listed at more than 40-1! This veteran has been around the Colonial course numerous times and comes in behind a strong string of results. You ABSOLUTELY need to see who Gehman is backing and check out his detailed bets and picks before you make your 2021 Charles Schwab Challenge predictions!
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