Charles Schwab Challenge Matchups and Predictions

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PUBLISHED: Tuesday, June 9th, 2020
LAST UPDATE: 12:33 pm, Tue, June 9, 2020

Charles Schwab Challenge Matchups and Predictions
The wait is finally over, as the PGA Tour gets back into action with the Charles Schwab Challenge on Thursday. Let’s see if we can pick right back up where we left off as we consider this week’s Charles Schwab Challenge matchups and golf picks.

Location
Colonial Country Club
Media Coverage
CBS and Golf Channel

The wait is finally over, as the PGA Tour gets back into action with the Charles Schwab Challenge on Thursday. Most golfers couldn’t wait to get back into action, so almost all of the world’s best players will be in the field. There will be 21 of the top 25 in the FedExCup standings in the field with the top five players in the World Golf Rankings leading the way. Rory McIlroy is listed as the betting favorite at odds of about 8-1.  It has been a while since we had matchups, but overall our picks have done really well over the years.  Let’s see if we can pick right back up where we left off as we consider this week’s Charles Schwab Challenge matchups and golf picks.

Venue: Colonial Country Club

Defending Champion: Kevin Na

TV Coverage: CBS and Golf Channel

Charles Schwab Challenge Matchup Odds

Kevin Kisner -122 vs. Joel Dahmen

Byeong Hun An -117 vs. Abraham Ancer

Jason Day -128 vs. Louis Oosthuizen

Russell Knox -135 vs. Bubba Watson

Viktor Hovland -134 vs. Kevin Na

Joaquin Niemann -135 vs. Ian Poulter

Ryan Moore -110 vs. Rory Sabbatini

Ryan Palmer -119 vs. Harris English

Gary Woodland -130 vs. Scottie Scheffler

Billy Horschel -170 vs. Max Homa

Rickie Fowler -117 vs. Patrick Reed

Collin Morikawa -190 vs. Shane Lowry

Tony Finau -135 vs. Marc Leishman

Xander Schauffele -145 vs. Sungjae Im

Dustin Johnson -120 vs. SungJae Im

Xander Schauffele -128 vs. Dustin Johnson

Bryson Dechambeau -154 vs. Brooks Koepka

Webb Simpson -140 vs. Brooks Koepka

Rory McIlroy -122 vs. Jon Rahm

Rory McIlroy -158 vs. Justin Thomas

Jon Rahm -150 vs. Justin Thomas

Jon Rahm -165 vs. Bryson Dechambeau

Justin Thomas -135 vs. Bryson Dechambeau

Justin Thomas -146 vs. Webb Simpson

Bryson Dechambeau -115 vs. Webb Simpson

Bryson Dechambeau -132 vs. Dustin Johnson

Webb Simpson -130 vs. Dustin Johnson

Patrick Reed -121 vs. Brooks Koepka

Patrick Reed -116 vs. Sungjae Im

Rickie Fowler -119 vs. Sungjae Im

Xander Schauffele -173 vs. Marc Leishman

Tony Finau -143 vs. Scottie Scheffler

Justin Rose -160 vs. Jordan Spieth

Collin Morikawa -202 vs. Kevin Na

Matthew Fitzpatrick -124 vs. Matt Kuchar

Jason Day -140 vs. Shane Lowry

Gary Woodland -127 vs. Viktor Hovland

Byeong Hun An -134 vs. Daniel Berger

Golf Matchup Picks

Brooks Koepka +124 vs. Bryson DeChambeau

Someone will have to explain to me why DeChambeau is favored in this matchup. Koepka is the better player, finished second in this event in 2018 and he has the better overall game.  DeChambeau has played this event four previous times and made the cut just once. I am all over Koepka at plus money in this matchup.

Webb Simpson -115 vs. Bryson DeChambeau

I am going against DeChambeau again and taking Simpson in this matchup. Webb tied for 3rd in 2016 in this event and he finished fifth in 2017. Webb has the accuracy and the putting to contend for the win this week and I like him in this matchup.

Patrick Reed -116 vs. Sungjae Im

Reed is one of my top contenders to win this week and this was the best matchup on the board that I could find. Reed is accurate and putts well, while Im missed the cut in his Colonial debut last season. I will take Reed in this matchup.

Justin Rose -160 vs. Jordan Spieth

I have gone against Spieth a lot over the past couple of years and I will continue to do so until he proves me wrong. This is totally a play against Spieth, but Rose is one of the top players in the world, so it is not like we are getting an average golfer in this matchup.

Kevin Na +162 vs. Collin Morikawa

This matchup is more of a price play than anything else. I know Morikawa is one of the “hot” golfers that people like to pick each week, but Na won this tournament last year. Na has actually won two of his last 18 starts and we know he loves Colonial, so why can’t he contend again?

The Charles Schwab Challenge is scheduled for June 11-14. Colonial Country Club will host the event and CBS and Golf Channel will televise it.

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