Arnold Palmer Invitational Golf Prediction
PGA Arnold Palmer Invitational Odds - Bay Hill Golf Prediction
When: March 16-19, 2017
Where: Bay Hill Club and Lodge, Bay Hill, Florida
Format: 72 holes - Stroke Play
Defending Champion: Jason Day
TV Coverage: Golf Channel, NBC
Arnold Palmer passed away last September, but his legacy will last forever and his name will always be linked to Bay Hill Club and Lodge and the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard. This year’s tournament gets underway March 16-19, 2017. The Golf Channel and NBC will be on hand to televise the event live.
Bay Hill Club and Lodge measures 7,419 yards and plays to a par 72. The course was designed by Dick Wilson in 1961. Palmer played the course, fell in love with it and proclaimed it the “best course in Florida.” He loved it so much, he purchased the layout in 1965 and the rest is history. The PGA Tour arrived in 1979 when the old Florida Citrus Open relocated across town to “Arnie’s Place.”
The Arnold Palmer Invitational is one of five tournaments given “invitational status” on the PGA Tour and consequently, the betting field is reduced to 120 players instead of the normal 156.
The field this season will be one of the strongest of the year, headlined by defending champion Adam Scott and eight-time winner Tiger Woods. Others scheduled to compete include Henrik Stenson, Sergio Garcia, Patrick Reed, Phil Mickelson, Rickie Fowler and Rory McIlroy.
Arnold Palmer Invitational Golf Prediction
The betting field at this week’s Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard has once again attracted some star players, but not as many as usual. Tiger Woods has basically retired, Adam Scott is absent, World No. 1 Dustin Johnson isn’t playing, fan favorite Phil Mickelson and prodigee Jon Rahm did not make the trip to Orlando. Not to mention Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth, they are skipping it too. Mr. Palmer died recently and I would have thought that more stars would show up and play. Continue...
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PGA Arnold Palmer Invitational History
The Arnold Palmer Invitational was founded in 1979 to replace Florida Citrus Open Invitational. The Invitational has gone through many different names over the years, most of them including " Bay Hill," the name of the club and lodge which hosts the tournament. Arnold Palmer has owned Bay Hill since 1976. This is a huge event with a lot of big names and will be the final stocked field until the Masters in two weeks. Tiger Woods has historically done very well at this PGA event, winning a stunning six times.
Tiger woods will play as a tune-up for the Master’s which starts two weeks after Bay Hill. Tiger would be competing for his seventh Bay Hill victory. Other Floridians who will most likely compete include Zach Johnson, formerly a native of Iowa, but now maintains a home in the area. Zach is currently in the race for the FedEx Cup points in 2012.
Past champions of the event reads like a who's who of golf - Ernie Els (1998), Phil Mickelson (1997), Ben Crenshaw ('93), Fred Couples ('92), Tom Kite ('89), Payne Stewart ('87) and Fuzzy Zoeller ('85) to name a few. These great men of golf are pictured on a wall of fame near the pro shop, which is considered one of the top 100 in the country, according to Golf Shop Operations.
2016 Arnold Palmer Invitational Recap
Australia’s Jason Day tuned up for the Masters by claiming his eighth victory on the US PGA Tour.
Day is set to rise from No3 to No2 in the world rankings after battling through the last day for a wire-to-wire, one-shot win in the Arnold Palmer Invitational in Orlando, Florida.
The Queenslander took a two-shot lead into the final round and fired a two-under-par 70 to finish at 17-under 271 and win from American Kevin Chappell (69).
Day trailed Chappell by one shot with two holes left to play but turned his fortunes quickly with a birdie and a clutch par save from the bunker on the final two holes. He hit his tee shot on the par-3 17th to 12 feet and made it for birdie, and then got up-and-down from just under 100 feet away in a bunker to win by one shot.
Chappell was seeking his first win in his 150th career start. Troy Merritt and Henrik Stenson both faltered late as they carded 71s and tied for third.
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