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Golfers to Bet - TPC Boston
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FedEx Cup Playoffs
Dell Technologies Championship
TPC Boston
Par 71 – 7,200+ yards


Golf fans were treated to a thrilling opening week of the FedEx Cup playoffs a week ago when two of the biggest names in the sport right now went head-to-head in a playoff for the title.

In the end it was the length of the #1 player in the world – Dustin Johnson – that helped him prevail over Jordan Spieth to claim the Northern Trust, and the two of them now enter Week 2 of this four-week playoff event as the favorites to finish atop the leaderboard once again.

This week's field of golfers is down to 100 as players continue to get eliminated, and that means that there are plenty of other big names still lurking out there this week.

These FedEx Cup playoff fields are so deep that they tend to be wide open, and while two of the biggest names in the sport rose to the top a week ago, I wouldn't count on that being the case the rest of the way.

Here are a few off the radar names golf bettors should keep in the back of their mind at TPC Boston this week.

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Golfers to Watch

Patrick Reed (+3859) – Reed is a guy that appears to have found his form again over the last month, and with the Presidents Cup taking place right after the FedEx Cup playoffs, I'm sure the USA side is thrilled with Reed playing well again. Since Reed has returned stateside following a Euro event after the British Open, he's got a T36, T2, and T20 on his resume. His T20 finish last week at the Northern Trust would have been much better had he not stumbled to a final round 75, but having that bad round or two during a week was what plagued Reed earlier this year.

Last week was the first time that a bad round has showed up since the opening round at the WGC Bridgestone at the beginning of the month, and while it may be concerning to some, a return trip to TPC Boston should help alleviate some of those fears. Reed has finishes of T5 and T4 the last two years at this course, and when you pair that with his strong recent play, nearly 40-1 on your money is definitely worth a look in hoping that Reed can put together four quality rounds in a row.

Adam Scott (+3809) – Scott is another guy some may shy away from here thanks to a bit of a layoff waiting for his second child to be born. He had originally stated that he'd miss the first two weeks of the playoffs to ensure he'd be there for his child's birth, but once his son was born last week, Scott decided to make the trip to Boston to try and give it a run at the playoffs after all. He enters the week 73rd in FedEx Cup points, and with the Top 70 advancing to the next tournament, Scott now has a legitimate shot at making a deep run.

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Furthermore, there is also something freeing about Scott's situation as it's almost like he's freerolling the playoffs now. Scott didn't expect to be at TPC Boston this week which would have likely ended his season, but now that he's here he can go and leave it all out on the course and let the chips fall where they may. He won at the TPC Boston back in 2003, finished 2nd the following year, and has finishes of 4th (last year), T16, T53, and T7 in the four year's he's played this event since 2012. His strokes gained: total in that five-year span is off the charts at this venue (23.22), and if he can find some of that past magic here, contending on Sunday should be a certainty for Scott.

Xander Schauffele (+9796) – Schauffele is one of the few guys in the field that doesn't have a lick of experience at TPC Boston, but like Reed, he's been playing some great golf over the past few months. Outside of a 2nd round 81 at the PGA Championship to miss the cut, Schauffele finished T17 last week, had a T13 at the WGC Bridgestone, a T20 at the British Open, won the Greenbrier Classic, and had finishes of T35, T14, and T5 the three weeks prior to that. That T5 came at the US Open, so battling into contention against the best of the best is nothing new for this budding PGA star, and it's guys like this that can provide plenty of value early on in their careers before they completely become a household name.

His lack of course history is a bit of a concern, but he's been great with the putter of late (11th in field in Strokes Gained: Putting last 24 rounds) and if he can get the flat stick going early this week, there is no reason why we couldn't see Schauffele get his a victory on a big stage like this one.

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Dustin Johnson +688
Jordan Spieth +728
Hideki Matsuyama +1621
Jason Day +1674
Rickie Fowler +1783
Rory McIlroy +1699
Jon Rahm +1682
Justin Thomas +2316
Brooks Koepka +3387
Matt Kuchar +3980
Louis Oosthuizen +3542
Paul Casey +2670
Patrick Reed +3898
Kevin Chappell +4000
Adam Scott +3848
Justin Rose +4200
Charley Hoffman +5000
Sergio Garcia +4991
Webb Simpson +5500
Daniel Berger +4932
Jason Dufner +7500
Patrick Cantlay +5080
Bubba Watson +8821
Marc Leishman +8000
Kevin Kisner +7500
Tony Finau +8500
Russell Henley +8500
Francesco Molinari +8500
Gary Woodland +12000
Xander Schauffele +9796
Jhonattan Vegas +9797
Zach Johnson +10500
Branden Grace +10750
Charl Schwartzel +11396
Chez Reavie +11500
Keegan Bradley +11193
Ryan Moore +10800
Brian Harman +12500
Ian Poulter +15000
Jason Kokrak +15000
Kevin Na +15000
Phil Mickelson +14772
Robert Streb +13000
Graham Delaet +15000
Emiliano Grillo +15000
Kyle Stanley +15000
Bud Cauley +15000
Rafael Cabrera Bello +14500
Jamie Lovemark +15000
Lucas Glover +13000
Field - Any Other Player Not Listed Above +355

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