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By: Nate Perry

Every Wednesday during the college football season, Nate Perry will offer up his slam dunk prop bets for the coming week, offer tales of caution from the depths of Reno, and provide searing commentary on every sport from golf to pickleball.

Nate’s Best Outright Bets for the Masters

It’s April and the major tournament season is upon us. As the only major venue that plays the same course every year, the Masters is always the most straightforward handicapping of the year. The wide fairways and difficult greens allow for a lot of different styles to have success here though.

2024 Players Championship: Odds, Field, Best Bets

It is a terrifying week to be a golf bettor, as it appears that Scottie Scheffler finally got his putter squared away. He’s the defending champion this week, coming off a win at the API last week. At +550, it’s pretty difficult to recommend a bet here in what is typically the strongest field of the year for a golf tournament. Could he keep putting well and win the next four tournaments in a row? Absolutely.

WM Phoenix Open: Odds, Field, and Best Bets

It’s Super Bowl weekend and one of the greatest spectacles on the PGA Tour is upon us. Before we get into this tournament, it’s worth noting that another long shot has cashed a winning ticket with Wyndham Clark taking down the rain-shortened AT&T Pro-Am at odds of 100/1 (depending on your shop).

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am: Odds, Field, and Best Bets

Pebble Beach isn’t exactly a tricky course, but it is challenging. The greens are extremely small so good iron players tend to be the best bets, broadly. Short game is also an important factor around Pebble simply because the greens are so small that a lot of players will miss them. Typically this is an easier version of Pebble to accommodate the amateurs, so the rough won’t be nearly as penal as it is for major championships. Getting up and down effectively will be critical for the eventual winner. 

Farmers Insurance Open 2024: Odds, Field, and Best Bets

Tee times for this event start on Wednesday morning as the Tour tries to steer clear of the NFL. Like last week, there will be multiple courses to evaluate. Everyone in the field will play both the North and South Course during the first two rounds. After a 36-hole cut, the players will play the final two rounds on the South Course.