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PGA Betting Tips for the 2017 Memorial Tournament

Founded 41 years ago by Jack Nicklaus, the Memorial Tournament will start this weekend at the Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin Ohio. Dublin is a suburb of Columbus. The Par 72, 7,392 yard course saw William McGirt win the event last year. Tom Lehman is the defending champion of the event, as he shot -20 back in 1994. Let’s take a look at the PGA Betting Tips for the 2017 Memorial Tournament.

Dustin Johnson +600

The top golfer in the world is back at it. He is still ranked 1st on the PGA Money List. His last two outings, he has finished just outside the Top 10. Johnson won back to back titles in Mexico and at the Rivieria. This dude can kill the golf ball, and if the course plays long, look out for Dustin Johnson at +600.

Jon Rahm +1100

Jon Rahm is a guy that golf world is falling in love with. Rahm, the 22 year old from Spain is coming off a second place finish at the Dean + DeLuca Invitational. He is ranked 4th on the PGA Money List, and has 7 Top 10 finishes this season. At +1100, you could certainly do worse than betting on Jon Rahm!

Jason Day +1200

The 29 year old from Australia is looking to get back to the form of playing great golf. He finished 2nd at the Byron Nelson, which earned him over $800,000. Day finished in the Top 25 at both the Arnold Palmer and the Masters. Day has taken several weekends off this year, and is now ready to make his Summer run.

Jordan Spieth +1200

Many are wondering what is going on with the 23 year old from Texas. He finished 2nd last week at the Dean + DeLuca Invitational, but needed a 65 on the final day to get there. He comes into the tournament ranked 6th on the PGA Money List. At +1200, it’s hard to not think the odds for Jordan Spieth look good.

Rickie Fowler +2500

The 28 year old that played his college golf at Oklahoma State has moved to 13th on the money list. Rickie finished 60th at the Players, which came after his 11th place finish at the Masters. Fowler has been playing less, hoping that means he is ready for the Memorial, which leads into the US Open. At +2500, Fowler has pretty solid odds.

Phil Mickelson +6000

We still cannot look at the favorites to win a tournament without the 46 year old. Will Phil win another tournament? He has dropped to 53rd on the money list, and came away with 29th at the Dean + DeLuca. Phil is a pretty up and down player, but at +6000, take the chances that the lefty will put together four solid days of golf.

We are going to give our pick for the 2017 Memorial Tournament. This should be a pretty good event, with a competitive field. We like Jason Day. Jason Day has been a guy that has not had an awesome 2017 season, but he is set to get rolling. Look for the Australian to come away with the title here. Bet Jason Day at +1200 to win the 2017 Memorial Tournament!