The Professional Golfer’s Association Tour 2020 (PGA Tour 2020) will return to the spotlight after being cancelled a few months ago. Last July 9-12, 2020, the Workday Charity Open was settled carrying over $6, 200, 000 purse prize. It was participated by famous golfers around the world where Collin Morikawa and Justin Thomas led the playoff finals.
On July 16-19, 2020, the Memorial Tournament is scheduled as part of the PGA Tour 2020. This show is presented by Nationwide, which will take place at Muirfield Village Golf Club, Dublin, Ohio. It will carry a purse prize of $9, 300, 000 and be attended by some of the world’s best golfers.
As the Memorial Tournament progresses this week, it’s evident to know the best players inside the course who can help you earn big when you bet on golf online. Hence, here are the leading golfers you need to watch out in the PGA Tour 2020 Memorial Tournament.
Topping the chart for the most popular player to look out in the Memorial Tournament this week is Max McGreevy. He is an alum from Oklahoma who finished in first place during last year’s PGA Tour Series-China Order of Merit. He started his career in 2017 and earned a lot of achievements until today.
Last month, Mc Greevy attended three huge golf tournaments, and two of them were cut finishes. He achieved that upon joining The King & Bear Classic at World Golf Village (June 17-20, 2020) and Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank (June 25-28, 2020). Moreover, he also participated at Korn Ferry Challenge at TPC Sawgrass last June 11-14, 2020, where he ended in 14th place.
Viktor Hovland is another player aiming to end a cut shot in the upcoming Memorial Tournament. He is also one of the golfers coming from Oklahoma State University-Stillwater. He started his professional golf career in 2019 and ranked 42 as of July 5, 2020, as one of the world’s most in-demand golfers.
In the Workday Charity Open held last week, Viktor Hovland was third in the leaderboard. On June 28, 2020, Hovland competed at the Travelers Championship, where he ended in T11. After that, he participated in the Rocket Mortgage Classic last July 5, 2020, where he finished in T12.
Abraham Ancer is also taking a shot in the PGA Tour 2020, including the Memorial Tournament. He is also an alumnus of Odessa College, the University of Oklahoma, who became a professional golfer in 2013. This Mexican golf player has completed two tour wins, including the PGA Tour of Australia and the Korn Ferry Tour.
Looking into his professional golf career records, Ancer has completed four top 10 finishes this year and ranks 14th in the FedEx Cup Rank. Aside from that, he participated in some notable golf tournaments this year, earning excellent placement. This includes a T4 finish in the World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions, 2nd in The American Express, and 2nd for the RBC Heritage.
Heading to the upcoming Memorial Tournament this week for the PGA Tour is Augusto Nunez. He is an Argentine golfer who turned professional in 2012. This year, he worked out in many golf tours, including the Korn Ferry Tour. Aside from that, Augusto Nunez is an achiever for the Order of Merit and PGA Tour Latinoamerica.
Before joining the Memorial Tournament, Nunez participated in five golf tournaments since last month. On June 11-14, 2020, he ended well in the 39th position for the Korn Ferry Challenge. Also, he ended a Missed Cut at The King & Bear Classic, Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank and TPC San Antonio Challenge.
Charlie Saxon will surely not disappoint golf aficionados as he joins the roster for the upcoming Memorial Tournament this week. Although Saxon missed the Charity Workday in the PGA Tour 2020, he will joust with other pro golfers for the Memorial Tour. In the 2019 Korn Ferry Tour, Saxon tallied eight top 25 placements, which is already a huge achievement for his entire career.
This year, Charlie Saxon participated in three gold tournaments and ended excellently. It includes a T32 position in the LECOM Suncoast Classic and T17 position for the TPC Colorado Championship at Heron Lakes. Aside from that, he also ended at the T16 position during the El Bosque Mexico Championship presented by INNOVA.
In less than five, the Memorial Tournament, which is part of the PGA Tour 2020, will commence, and fans can witness another classic golf match. Also, this is a great venue for bettors to wager and earn instantly. As you take an effort to see and gamble in the Memorial Tournament this week, don’t forget to consider the five golfers above to win the day.