The 2022-23 PGA Tour season concludes this week when the top 30 players compete in the 2023 Tour Championship beginning Thursday at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta. For the fifth straight year, players will be sent off in a staggered start based on their rankings in the FedEx Cup standings. Scottie Scheffler, who finished last week's BMW Championship atop the standings, enters the Tour Championship at 10-under par and holding a two-shot lead over Viktor Hovland. Scheffler is the favorite in the latest Tour Championship odds, at +130. Rory McIlroy (+330), Hovland (+450), Jon Rahm (+850) and Patrick Cantlay (+1800) round out the top five choices in the Tour Championship field.
Before locking in any Tour Championship picks, make sure you see the PGA Tour predictions and best bets from golf betting and fantasy expert Sia Nejad.
Nejad specializes in betting and DFS in golf, among other sports. He's had incredible success in the outright and first-round leader markets and in betting head-to-head matchups. He also has been on fire on head-to-head matchups since the Charles Schwab Challenge, going 24-15-1 and returning 6.59 units over that span. That's a $659 profit for $100 bettors in the past 13 weeks.
Nejad also nailed 75-1 longshot Wyndham Clark as the outright winner at the Wells Fargo Championship. In 2023, SportsLine debuted "The Early Wedge," and in the first three months of the show, he hit two first-round leaders and three outright winners. Nejad also had a winning head-to-head record in seven of nine weeks. He was up more than 70 units over that three-month span.
Now, Nejad has been digging into the 2023 Tour Championship field to find the best value and just locked in his best bets and favorites to avoid.
One surprise: Nejad is fading Scottie Scheffler, even though he is the +130 favorite and starts with a two-shot lead. However, Nejad is high on the chances of Sam Burns, who is +4500 to win without starting strokes. "His game is trending in the right direction across a myriad of metrics, including greens in regulation and approach play, and we know he's the type of player who can get hot at any given moment," Nejad told SportsLine.
Moreover, Nejad is jumping on several underdogs, including one longshot who's priced at more than 50-1. This player "continues to play well" and is a longshot who could surprise. If he does, you could cash in HUGE. You need to see who it is before locking in any 2023 Tour Championship picks of your own.
So which 2023 Tour Championship players should you target or avoid? And which player could bring a big payday at more than 50-1? ... Join SportsLine right now to see Sia Nejad's top picks for the 2023 Tour Championship, all from the expert who returned more than 70 units on recent golf picks!
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