GCU Championship Golf Betting – Paul brothers offer twin threat on Outlaw Tour

Bayley can achieve another top 10 finish

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The US PGA Tour has tentatively named a date in mid-June on which they hope competition can recommence.
It remains uncertain to whether the date will prove practical, however, and should the Charles Schwab Challenge take place at Colonial Country Club it will be behind closed doors with the fairways and greens devoid of spectators. The first four events on the new schedule will definitely take place without fans and potentially more than that so golf enthusiasts will have to wait a little longer for their fix.
The problem about who will be able to play further complicates matters as it is believed a large number of the leading pros are currently holed up outside of the United States. Just getting travel permissions is not going to be straightforward and that brings about legal ramifications.
There will be no golf on the European Tour until at least the end of July and possibly September while the Challenger Tours will follow the lead of the PGA Tours.
The LPGA Tour could restart in May, however, in South Korea, though a more practical start date would be June in Pennsylvania.
Golf Betting at 888sport

The Outlaw Tour

There is some competitive golf taking place this week, however, in Arizona.
The Outlaw Tour is Arizona’s Developmental Professional Golf Tour, part of American professional golf’s satellite circuit. The players are a long way down the pecking order of pros but most are just starting out. Arizona gets around the current coronavirus restrictions by declaring that golf is an essential service and activity.
The Tour is not a local affair, however, and players from Europe, the UK and Asia taking on the Americans.
The event this week is taking place at the Grand Canyon University Golf Course in Phoenix, Arizona.
The venue is listed as a Par 71, that plays around 7,200 to 7,300 yards
With a parkland setting with more trees than you’d expect to see on a traditional Arizona course, there is a bit of water that comes into play on some of the the par 3 holes but otherwise it’s a straightforward track which requires concentration.
The winner of this event last year managed 18-under par over the 54 holes and there were seven players who shot all three rounds under 70 so the standard is reasonable.

GCU Championship Selected Best Odds

Dylan Wu and Callum Hill 8/1
Mark Anguiano 11/1
JJ Spaun and KK Limbhasut 12/1
Nicolo Galletti 14/1
Jeremy Paul and Yannick Paul 18/1
Jimmy Gunn and Nick Mason 22/1
Derek Bayley, Brady Calkins and Andrew Yun 25/1
Colton Yates and Brent Grant 28/1
Steven Alker 33/1
Kevin Lucas 35/1
Riley Wheeldon 40/1
Wil Bateman and Brendon Jelley 45/1
Kolton Lapa and Daniel Miernicki 50/1
55/1 and Upwards Others
(Odds correct at 10.15am, April 28, 2020)

GCU Championship Conclusions

Scot Callum Hill (a general 8/1) won the Verrado Founders Championship on his last start at the end of March. He has played on the European Tour so it is no surprise to see him at the forefront of the betting this week along with Dylan Wu.
Wu (also a best 8/1) got going too late in last week’s Legacy Shootout played over 36 holes but has been in excellent form on the Tour since the turn of the year.
Twins Yannick and Jeremy Paul, from Germany, are others with solid claims. The former was second in the Legacy Shootout and is just as effective over this extra round. He also played well at the Grand Canyon University on the Golden State Tour last year so will be on familiar territory. Yannick is 18/1 with 888sport with brother Jeremy at the same odds.
But PGA Tour regular JJ SPAUN must also go on the shortlist.
On his efforts at Torrey Pines and the TPC Scottsdale, the 29-year-old from Los Angeles is potentially a stand-out bet at the 12/1 with Bet365 but has been woefully out of sorts lately.
DEREK BAYLEY, on the other hand, has been bagging top 10 finish after top 10 finish on this mini-Tour lately. He is a general 5/2 to achieve that target again in Phoenix and that looks a no-risk bet. Bayley is 25/1 to win the GCU Championship for the more adventurous.

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