Unveiling Winning Strategies: Golf Betting Tips for Shriners Childrens’ Open on PGA Tour
The Shriners Childrens’ Open was founded 34 years ago in 1983 and is played annually in Las Vegas. The tournament is currently held at TPC Summerlin.
In 1984 the Shriners Childrens Open became the first PGA Tour event in history to offer a purse exceeding a million dollars.
TPC Summerlin was home to Tiger Woods first PGA Tour victory. The win came in the 1996 Las Vegas Invitational for a 20 year old Tiger who just making his fifth start on Tour since turning pro.
For avid golf enthusiasts and those looking to add an extra layer of thrill to the tournament, our golf betting tips are your go-to guide. We’ll be delving into the player form, course insights and past performance metrics to provide you with the most informed and strategic betting tips.
Designed in 1992 by Bobby Weed and Fuzzy Zoeller, TPC Summerlin incorporates traditional golf design with the natural desert terrain of the region. It annually ranks among the easiest layouts on the schedule.
There is plenty of room off the tee, the greens are large and receptive and the tournament always produces a low-scoring birdie-fest.
The Par 71 course can stretch to 7,255 yard and is located at an average elevation of 2,700 feet (820 m) above sea level. Greens are large by Tour standards averaging 7,500 square feet and are very scoreable.
Finding greens and putting well are the key attributes for success at the Shriners Childrens Open
TPC Summerlin Scorecard
Shriners Childrens’ Open Last 6 Champions
In the 2017 edition of the tournament won by Patrick Cantlay, gusty winds made scoring extremely challenging. The field average of 71.542 established a 20-year high for TPC Summerlin.
Shriners Childrens Open Winning Formula
The following table details the Average Strokes Gained in each of the key strokes gained categories for the past six champions of the Shriners Childrens Open.
|Last 6 Champions|
Strokes Gained Category
|Average Strokes Gained||Average Finishing |
Position SG Category
Graphing the above Average Strokes Gained gives a visual check on the likely key areas required for success at this week’s Shriners Childrens Open.
In a nutshell, this week is all about players putting themselves in position for scoring, racking up birdies and avoiding any unforced errors
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Shriners Childrens Open Tips 2023
Tom Hoge 33/1 (E/W) – a regular to TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas, his last three results there read T24-T14-T4. The South Carolina native has 12 x Top 25’s so far this season including a 21st in the the penultimate FedEx Cup Playoff event, the BMW Championship and a T13 in last week’s Sanderson Farms Championship. A rock solid all-round game helps place the 34-year-old inside the Top 10 in this week’s Stats Analysis. He is also 9th on Tour for Proximity and hitting it stiffer than most matters. The seasoned campaigner fits the archetype for success this week. Excellent each way value.
Adam Svensson 40/1 (E/W) – sticking with the 29-year-old Canadian again this week. Like last week, he has no form of note in this week’s event. However, his Current Form is the polar opposite. He has 7 x Top 40 finishes in as many starts including a T7 at the Wyndham Championship, a T15 at the BMW Championship and a T16 in last week’s Sanderson Farms Championship. Two untimely double bogeys in the final round put paid to his chances in last week’s tournament. Around the Country Club of Jackson he was an impressive 11th for Strokes Gained Putting racking up 19 Birdies and an Eagle. Statistically balanced, he places just inside the Top 15 in this week’s Stats Analysis. Overall his performance last week is reason enough for positivity coupled with form in general makes him hard to pass over. Excellent each way value.
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