Each week, we at KnupSports, try to do the leg work for you when it comes to betting the PGA Tour. Although it is not easy, we thrive on a consistent format and easy access to each week of golf. Here are our picks from last week at the Genesis Open. The PGA tour moves along with the World Golf Championship which is held at the CLUB DE GOLF CHAPULTEPEC in Mexico City, Mexico. The event will begin on  February 21-24, 2019.


Club De Golf Chapultepec

Home of the WGC in Mexico City

The Club De Golf Chapultepec has been rated one of the Top 100 courses in the world. It is an 18 hole course that is a par 72 and reaches 7267 yards from start to finish. It is located just a few miles from the downtown area of Mexico City and is a popular golfing area.

The course opened in 1921 during the Mexican Revolution and had a major redesign in 1972. They are particularly proud of the fact that holes 15-16-17 are some of the toughest holes on the tour.

Some Previous Winners at the World Golf Championship

  • 2009 Phil Mickelson
  • 2010 Ernie Els
  • 2011 Nick Watney
  • 2012 Justin Rose
  • 2013 Tiger Woods
  • 2014 Patrick Reed
  • 2015 Dustin Johnson
  • 2016 Adam Scott
  • 2017 Dustin Johnson
  • 2018 Phil Mickelson


great to play golf in beautiful weather

Mexico is Sunny golf weather

Weather conditions for World Golf Championship

What is the weather going to be like for the 2019 World  Golf Championship?  The forecast is a typical one for Mexico which is the primary reason they play here in February. During the four days on the course, the expected temperatures are in the high 70’s with no rain and very little wind expected. As the day approaches, you may wish to check out the 10-day forecast to help before you place your bets.

Who’s Playing

It is always big news when Tiger Woods announces he will play in the 2019 World Golf Championship. He will be there with the winner from two weeks ago and his pal Phil Mickelson.

This year officials will have tee sheets for 72 players for those ranked above the Top 50 players. They added an alternate list after the 2018 event and limited it to the top 70 players. Currently, there are 67 players on the playing list.

Odds to Win the World Golf Championship

Justin Thomas +900
Dustin Johnson +1000
Rory McIlroy +1100
Bryson DeChambeau +1600
Jon Rahm +1600
Rickie Fowler +1600
Brooks Koepka +1800
Tiger Woods +1800
Xander Schauffele +2000
Hideki Matsuyama +2800
Jordan Spieth +2800
Phil Mickelson +2800
Bubba Watson +3300
Gary Woodland +3300
Marc Leishman +3300
Patrick Cantlay +3300
Paul Casey +3300
Tony Finau +3300
Webb Simpson +3300
Sergio Garcia +4000
Tommy Fleetwood +4000
Francesco Molinari +4500
Patrick Reed +4500
Si-Woo Kim +4500
Matt Kuchar +5000
Rafael Cabrera Bello +5000
Charles Howell III +5500
Hao-Tong Li +5500
Ian Poulter +5500
Cameron Smith +6600
Henrik Stenson +6600
Louis Oosthuizen +6600
Tyrrell Hatton +6600
Billy Horschel +7000
Shane Lowry +7000
Byeong Hun An +7500
Matt Wallace +7500
Brandt Snedeker +8000
Joost Luiten +8000
Lee Westwood +8000
Matthew Fitzpatrick +8000
Alexander Noren +9000
Branden Grace +9000
Emiliano Grillo +9000
Russel Knox +9000
Thorbjorn Olesen +9000
Chez Reavie +10000
Keegan Bradley +10000
Kevin Kisner +10000
Aaron Rai +12500
Abraham Ancer +12500
Danny Willett +12500
Kevin Na +12500
Lucas Bjerregaard +12500
Aaron Wise +15000
Andrew Putnam +15000
Kiradech Aphibarnrat +15000
Patton Kizzire +15000
Richard Sterne +15000
Alexander Bjork +17500
Eddie Pepperell +17500
Kyle Stanley +20000
Shubhankar Sharma +20000
David Lipsky +25000
Shugo Imahira +25000
Erik Van Rooyen +30000
George Coetzee +35000
Jake Mcleod +35000
Matthew Millar +35000
Sanghyun Park +35000
Shaun Norris +35000

Picks to Win

Our picks to win the 2019 World Golf Championship is based on many attributes of the players. We will give a few choices for your bet and then place our favorite on the table along with a longshot pick that could help you win some serious cash from the 2019 World Golf Championship.

The main difference that the players will see while playing in Mexico City is the fact that it is about 7800 feet above sea level. That, in itself, will make the ball move differently after it is hit. Many professional golfers have trouble here and some don’t get acclimated into to finish well.

Our first pick is Bubba Watson. He knows how to hit the ball hard and finished tenth here a year ago and seems to have the makeup to win at this course.

Another is Phil Mickelson. He has the experience to come on the course and dominate as he has played several times on high altitude courses. There is some concern that he may be a bit tired and need some rest.

Lastly, look for Si Woo Kim to continue his good play as he finished third at Riviera and fourth at Pebble Beach and those finishes shouldn’t be ignored.

Upcoming PGA Schedule

  • Feb. 28-March 3: The Honda Classic; PGA National, Palm Beach Gardens, FL
  • Mar. 7-10: Arnold Palmer Invitational; Bay Hill Club and Lodge, Orlando, FL
  • Mar. 14-17: The Players Championship; TPC Sawgrass, Ponte Verde Beach, FL
  • Mar. 21-24: Valspar Championship; Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club, Palm Harbor, FL
  • Mar. 27-31: WGC-Dell Match Play; Austin Country Club, Austin, TX
  • Mar. 28-31: Corales Puntacana Resort & Club, Punta Cana, D.R.

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