2018 Quickens Loans National Odds & Betting Picks
Posted by: Charlie Smith
Online golf betting takes off this Thursday as the 2018 Quickens Loans National takes off. This year’s rendition will be the last to be held in the DC area as the tournament is moving to the Motor City starting next year. There are a couple big names competing in this year’s tourney, including the likes of Rickie Fowler and Tiger Woods. Let’s mulch over some pertinent information for the 2018 Quickens Loans National before taking a gander at the sports wagering odds.
2018 Quickens Loans National – Thursday, June 28th – Sunday, July 1st
When: 2:00 pm ET
Course: TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm
Length: 7,107 yards
Where: Oaklyn Dr., Potomac, Maryland
TV: Golf Channel & CBS (Saturday & Sunday afternoon)
Coverage: [All times ET] Thursday & Friday: 3-7 pm || Saturday & Sunday: 1-2:45 pm & 3-6 pm CBS
Stream: CBS Sports
For those who are unfamiliar, TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm is a 7,107 yard course with a par of 70. In years past, the venue hosted the Kemper Open. However, some issues in drainage demanded a rework of the course. Nowadays the course features a handful of challenges including some rivers, streams and lakes. Kyle Stanley enters as the reigning champion, but is currently ranked 38th in the world. Despite having two top-15 rankings in his last 3 events, Stanley isn’t the 2018 Quickens Loans National. Online golf betting players looking to learn how to bet on the Quickens Loans National should familiarize themselves with the below-listed odds.
2018 Quickens Loans Arena Betting Odds
Rickie Fowler 7-1
Tiger Woods 12-1
Beau Hossler 30-1
Kyle Stanley 20-1
Francesco Molinari 18-1
Jimmy Walker 30-1
Charles Howell III 25-1
Kevin Streelman 50-1
Joaquin Niemann 30-1
Marc Leishman 18-1
Stewart Cink 60-1
JB Holmes 25-1
Jamie Lovermark 40-1
Ben An 33-1
Si Woo Kim 50-1
Rickie Fowler opens as this year’s online golf betting favorite with Tiger Woods behind him. As aforementioned, the reigning champ – Kyle Stanley, isn’t the overall favorite. All in all, this year’s field isn’t all that strong. In fact, if it wasn’t for Woods and Fowler, it would be one of the weakest we’ve seen all year. Nevertheless, there are still plenty of online golf betting action to get in on.
2018 Quickens Loans National Betting Picks
Tiger has struggled to get back to his previous form and the fact that he missed the cut at the US Open is testament to that. Ultimately Wood’s problems can boil down to his putting. Woods has tried to remedy the issue by switching to a mallet this week. However, it seems unlikely that the move will pay off. Sure the field isn’t all that competitive, but there are still some hungry dogs.
A sleeper pick, no doubt about it, but one worth pondering. Hossler shone last week at the Travelers Championship. In fact, his performance there is the closest he’s gotten to breaking out. A small bet on Hossler is certainly worth considering.