|Written by Jerry Santiago|
Bet on GolfGolf betting will begin its post season with The Barclays from the Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, New Jersey.Golf betting fans will see a field for The Barclays that is comprised of the top 125 players from the PGA Tour regular season.
This weekend’s golf betting action will feature a purse worth $7.5 million with a winning share at The Barclays of $1,350,000. The leader in the FedExCup standings, Tiger Woods, will be on hand for this weekend’s golf betting action. Woods has never finished better than 13th in this event.
Number two in the golf betting standings is Steve Stricker, followed by Zach Johnson, Kenny Perry, and Lucas Glover. Phil Mickelson, who is sponsored by Barclays, will also be in the golf betting event with a 6th place standing.
Woods has played in 13 golf betting events this year with 12 cuts made, 5 wins, 1-2nd place finish, and 11 top 10 finishes. Woods won the Arnold Palmer Invitational, The Memorial, the AT&T National, The Buick Open, and the World Golf Championships at Bridgestone.
Stricker has played in 18 events, made 15 cuts, and has won 2 golf betting tournaments this year at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial and the John Deere Classic.Johnson has played in 21 golf betting events this year and has 17 cuts made, 2 wins, and 7 top 10 finishes. His wins were in the Sony Open in Hawaii and in the Valero Texas Open.
Perry, the heartbreak loser of the Masters, has made the cut in all 20 of his events played and he has 2 wins and 7 top 10 finishes. He won the FBR Open and the Travelers Championship. Glover has played in 22 events this year with 18 cuts made and 1 win at the US Open. He has 5 top 10 finishes.
Mickelson has made only 14 events this year due to the breast cancer treatments of both his wife and mother. He made 12 cuts and won 2 times with 6 top 10 finishes. The wins were at the Northern Trust Open and at the World Golf Championships-CA. Rounding out the top 10 in the standings are YE Yang, Geoff Ogilvy, Brian Gay, and Sean O’Hair.