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PGA Skins Japan, Free Expert PGA Picks and Odds

PGA Skins Japan, Free Expert PGA Picks and Odds

PGA Tour Skins

Accordia Golf Narashino Country Club - Chiba, Japan

October 21st, 2019

PGA Tour Skins Making First Return Since '05

It’s official folks, we have another skins matchup! This time around we will see four golfers rather than two, but Tiger will still be competing amongst that group. Woods, Mcilroy, Jason Day, and Hideki Matsuyama will battle for the first PGA sanctioned skins title since 2005 at Accordia Golf Narashino Country Club in Japan. We won’t have to wait very long either as the skins match will take place in just three short months. So get ready and make the most of your bets for October 21st by reading Cover The Spread 365’s odds breakdown below.

Rory Mcilroy (+150)

It makes sense why Rory is the clear-cut favorite as of right now. He has had the best season with 11 top-ten finishes and two wins. He also ranks first in strokes gained over the 2019 season and has been an absolute monster off the tee. He is also currently ranked second in scoring average which will make him extremely difficult to beat.

Tiger Woods (+175)

Of the four men competing in this skins match, Tiger is the only person to have ever played one sanctioned by the PGA. The crazy thing is though, Eldrick has never been the victor of a single one of these matches… how crazy is that!? With that being said though, he is still Tiger so I would imagine he will get the other guys nerves going a little before the day arrives. Plus, Woods could heat up in the playoffs and ride that wave all the way to October. Would it really surprise anyone if he came out and just dominated these other guys?

Jason Day (+400)

I’m thoroughly shocked that J. Day has better odds to win than Matsuyama. With five missed cuts this year and some struggles around the green I cannot for the life of me understand this. He does have six top tens and 11 top 25’s this year, but most of those were from the beginning of the season. In his last eight events (starting from the Zurich Classic in April) he’s gone Cut, T24, T23, Cut, T21, T8, T66, and Cut. He is Jason Day though, so we know he can turn his clutch factor on at just about any moment and surprise us all.

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