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|1. 2014 College Football Preview: Sun Belt - 8/1/2014|
To get you prepared for the upcoming college football season, we continue our run of all FBS conference previews over the next several weeks. Next up is the Sun Belt Conference, which lost Western Kentucky, but added four schools (Idaho, Georgia Southern, New Mexico State and Appalachian State) to increase its membership to 11 teams.
|2. 2014 College Football Preview: SEC - 8/20/2014|
To get you prepared for the upcoming college football season, we continue our run of all FBS conference previews over the next several weeks. Next up is the SEC, which remained intact from last season.
|3. 2014 College Football Preview: Pac-12 - 8/15/2014|
To get you prepared for the upcoming college football season, we continue our run of all FBS conference previews over the next several weeks. Next up is the Pac-12, which remained intact from last season.
|4. The Presidents Cup begins Thursday in Ohio - 10/3/2013|
The best in the U.S. take on the best from around the world when the 10th edition of the Presidents Cup tees off in Ohio on Thursday.
|5. FedEx Cup playoffs conclude this weekend - 9/19/2013|
The FedEx Cup Playoffs wrap up once again in Atlanta for the TOUR Championship. Tiger Woods is heavily favored as he looks to secure a FedEx Cup title at East Lake, consistently one of the tougher par 70's on the schedule. Hereís a look at the best bets for this week.
|6. Fed Ex Cup playoffs resume Thursday in Illinois - 9/12/2013|
After a week off, the FedEx Cup Playoffs resume Thursday as the BMW Championship returns to Illinois. This is the first time the par-70 Conway Farms course has ever hosted a PGA event. Hereís a look at the Best BetsÖ
|7. Low scores expected at Deutsche Bank - 8/30/2013|
The second stop of the FedEx Cup Playoffs wraps around the holiday weekend, as the Deutsche Bank Championship tees off Friday and concludes on Labor Day. The champion here has gone 20-below-par or better in three of the past five years, and this year should be a shootout as well.
|8. FedEx Cup playoffs begin Thursday at The Barclays - 8/22/2013|
The FedEx Cup playoffs get underway Thursday, as Liberty National hosts the postseason-opening Barclays for the first time since 2009. The top 125 in the points standings are eligible to tee it up this week with Tiger Woods the heavy favorite to win the tournament at 4-to-1 odds.
|9. PGA heads to North Carolina Thursday - 8/15/2013|
The final tune-up before the FedEx Cup Playoffs tees off in North Carolina, as Sedgefield hosts the Wyndham Championship for the sixth consecutive year. This field has its typical lack of star power, but there should be plenty of excitement as the week shapes up as another wide-open shootout.
|10. PGA Championship prop bets - 8/8/2013|
The final major of the year tees off Thursday in Western New York, the first time in a decade Oak Hill has hosted the PGA Championship. Here are our favorite prop bets for the weekÖ
|11. Woods heavily favored to win WGC-Bridgestone - 7/29/2013|
The PGA Tour returns to Ohio for the third leg of the World Golf Championships tournaments. The Bridgestone Invitational was long dominated by Tiger Woods, though he hasnít won here since 2009. The past five winners at Bridgestone have gone 10-under-par or better on the par-70 course, and this week is shaping up to be another shootout.
|12. Final major of season opens Thursday at Oak Hill - 8/8/2013|
Itís the final major of the year, as Oak Hill Country Club hosts the PGA Championship for the first time in a decade. The 2003 tournament featured a lack of star power at the top, as Shaun Micheel, entering the tournament 169th in the world rankings, edged out Chad Campbell. Only three players broke par that week. Tiger Woods is the heavy favorite to break his majors win drought, getting 3-to-1 odds.
|13. PGA Tour heads to Canada this week - 7/25/2013|
The Tour keeps its international flavor going, as one week after the British Open, the PGA golfers head north for the biggest tournament in Canada. Scores have gone awfully low the last two times Glen Abbey has hosted the tournament, with relative unknowns taking the title (Australian Nathan Green in 2009 and Chez Reavie in í08).
|14. British Open Prop Bets - 7/17/2013|
Ernie Els defends The Open Championship, which returns to Muirfield for the first time since Els won there in 2002. The British Open can often turn on a bad day of weather, but with a quiet forecast through the weekend this week is shaping up to provide an even playing field. With that in mind, here are our picks for the top prop bets.
|15. British Open beings Thursday in Muirfield - 7/17/2013|
The Open Championship returns to Muirfield this week for the first time in more than a decade. That makes Ernie Els not only the defending champion, but also the last winner to take home the Claret Jug on this course (in 2002). Tiger Woods is the tournament favorite at 7-to-1 odds.
|16. Stricker tries to dominate John Deere field again - 7/11/2013|
One of the final tune-ups before the British Open in two weeks, Deere Run has hosted an annual shootout; the winning score has been 20-under-par or better each of the past four years. Zach Johnson ended Steve Strickerís bid for a four-peat last year, beating Troy Matteson in a playoff.
|17. Mickelson headlines The Greenbrier Classic - 7/4/2013|
The Greenbrier Classic hasnít featured many household names atop the leaderboard, but it has provided excitement in the form of playoffs the past two years. But this season, two big names are billed as 10-to-1 favorites to win at The Old White TPC, Phil Mickelson and Webb Simpson.
|18. PGA Tour moves to Maryland on Thursday - 6/25/2013|
For the third time in four years, tournament host (and defending champion) Tiger Woods will sit out the AT&T National, this time to rest a sore elbow. Woods has won the last two times heís played this tournament, so his absence opens things up for what will be another strong field at Congressional, headlined by tournament favorite Adam Scott (12-to-1).
|19. Rose looks to stay hot in Connecticut - 6/20/2013|
After a wet and wild week in Philadelphia, the Tour moves north to Connecticut for whatís traditionally a shootout at TPC River Highlands. With a relatively weak field and a history of surprise winners, it should be a wide-open week.
|20. U.S. Open Prop Bets - 6/13/2013|
The Tour returns to Merion for the first time since 1981, and this has the makings of a unique tournament. The par-70 course will play at less than 7,000 yards, and the forecast is calling for a soggy week in the Philly suburb. With that in mind, here are the best prop bets for the second major of the season.
|21. Woods favored heavily to win U.S. Open - 6/13/2013|
The PGA Tour returns to Merion Golf Club for the first time in 22 years, when the 1981 U.S. Open was held in Ardmore. The course hasnít evolved much in the past 32 years, and at 6,996 yards, it will be one of the shortest major courses in recent years, and the shortest U.S Open course since 2004. Tiger Woods is the prohibitive favorite (4-to-1 odds) to win his 15th major, and first since 2008.
|22. PGA Tour heads to Memphis on Thursday - 6/6/2013|
The Tour moves onto Memphis for the St. Jude Classic on Thursday. Southwind is one of the tougher Par 70ís on the Tour, and its narrow fairways and smallish greens demand precision over power. In last year's event, Dustin Johnson beat John Merrick by one stroke. Phil Mickelson and Brandt Snedeker are co-favorites to win this year's tournament with 9-to-1 odds.
|23. Woods favored to win another Memorial - 5/30/2013|
All the headliners will come out this week for the Memorial, one of the biggest non-major tournaments of the year. Heavy favorite Tiger Woods (9-to-4 odds) is the defending champion of this tournament.
|24. Johnson looks to defend title at Colonial - 5/23/2013|
Colonial is usually a kind course to the field, so expect a wild shootout again this week. Last year, Zach Johnson won despite a final-round 72, thanks to runner-up Jason Dufner shooting a 74 on that Sunday. Charl Schwartzel is this year's tournament favorite with 10-to-1 odds.
|25. Day favored to win Byron Nelson Championship - 5/16/2013|
The Tour swings back to Texas for the Byron Nelson Championship. TPC Four Seasons is traditionally one of the toughest Par 70ís on the Tour, and two of the past three champions (Keegan Bradley in 2011, Jason Day in 2010) won on their first visit to Irving. Jason Dufner is the defending champion of this event, but Day is the favorite to win at 12-to-1 odds.