PGA Golf Tour 2020 The Northern Trust Preview, Betting Odds, Predictions
PGA 2020 THE NORTHERN TRUST
Date: Aug 20-23, 2020
Course: TPC of Boston
Location: Norton, Massachusetts
Purse: $ 9,500,000
TV: CBS, Golf Channel, PGA Tour
*This article was updated on August 20th, 2020*
The next step on the PGA Tour is The Northern Trust, located in Norton, Massachusetts. The home of TPC Boston, where The Northern Trust 2020 will take place. We are in the heart of the PGA season with big and big tournaments underway. Even Tiger Woods is playing in this week's tournament.
Tiger Woods is back! The 2020 Northern Trust Open will feature Tiger Woods and a group of the world's best golfers as they compete for a nearly $ 10 million stake in TPC Boston. The Northern Trust is one of the most prestigious non-majors of each year, and this year is no different. With the takeoff of legal sports betting in the United States, golf betting has followed suit.
Justin Thomas is the best player in the FedEx Cup rankings and leads a world-class field this week at Northern Trust 2020. Thomas has won three times this season and has finished in the top 10 in four of his last seven outings.
Thomas can join Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy as the only players to win the FedEx Cup playoffs more than once if he manages to maintain his lead for the next three weeks, beginning with the first starts of the Northern Trust 2020 Thursday.
COLLING MORIKAWA The new PGA Champion can reach World No. 1 with a win or potentially a second solo. I love Morikawa, but he hasn't handled that cut streak well, so he could be in line for a drop in performance.
BRYSON DECHAMBEAU Won here in 2018 in a showdown with Justin Rose. DeChambeau runs hot and cold, and it must feel good getting close to the PGA.
JUSTIN THOMAS was a pedestrian on the PGA and got frustrated because he couldn't take many opportunities. I should be back in the chair this week.
DANIEL BERGER DBSV was just a stud on the restart, and has been out of the top 13 only once since the Phoenix Open.
WEBB SIMPSON continues to play golf. It should be a consideration every week you play.
RORY MACLLROY has loved TPC Boston in the past, and still should. The problem is, he was a pedestrian during the restart, not enjoying his superior driving game.
XANDER SC CHAUDELE There is no good reason to avoid Alex right now. It is so consistent from week to week.
TONY FINAU This man is finding his rhythm. He has been in the top eight in three of his last four outings and has played well at TPC Boston in the past.
JON RAHM is a world number one who does not play like a world number one. Except for that impressive win at Memorial, he played more like Rory - good but not great.
DUSTIN JOHNSON The memory of going 80-80-78 lingers, but DJ has been very good in his last two starts.
We will display soon futures here.