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2020 US Open odds, predictions, picks and PGA Tour best bets

Winged Foot Golf Club in Mamaroneck, New York hosts this week’s 2020 US Open. The 144-man field features each of the top 21 golfers from the Golfweek/Sagarin world rankings, including 2019-20 FedEx Cup champ and Tour Championship winner Dustin Johnson. Below, we look at the 2020 US Open betting odds, and make our PGA Tour picks and best bets to win the year’s second major.

Winged Foot GC will play to a par 70 measuring 7,477 yards. It’s hosting the US Open for the sixth time but the first since Geoff Ogilvy’s win in 2006.

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2020 Safeway Open odds, predictions, picks and PGA Tour best bets

Following Dustin Johnson‘s Tour Championship and 2019-20 FedEx Cup victory, the 2020-21 PGA Tour season starts up Thursday with the Safeway Open at Silverado Resort and Spa. Below, we look at the betting odds to win the 2020 Safeway Open and make our PGA Tour picks and best bets.

The event serves as a bridge between the Tour Championship and next week’s US Open. As a result, this is one of the weakest fields we’ve seen since the PGA Tour returned to play in mid-June. Mark Hubbard is the top golfer in attendance by the Golfweek/Sagarin world

2020 Tour Championship Matchups, Placing and First-Round Leader Bets

The 2020 Tour Championship returns to East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Georgia, to award the FedEx Cup and conclude the 2019-20 PGA Tour season. The 30-man field begins the week with assigned starting strokes based on their position in the season-long FedEx Cup standings. Leader Dustin Johnson starts at minus-10 with a two-shot lead over BMW Championship winner and Golfweek/Sagarin‘s world No. 1 Jon Rahm.

Below, we’ll look for the best value bets in the Tour Championship odds and lines with tournament matchups, placings and first-round leader picks and best bets. Selections will note whether they’re

Brazil tourist spot Fernando de Noronha bets on COVID-19 immunity in novel strategy

RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) – Fernando de Noronha, an archipelago 220 miles (354 km) off Brazil’s northeastern coast famous for abundant sea life, pristine beaches and dramatic mountainsides rising above the coast, is trying a novel method for fighting the coronavirus.

Only tourists who have already had COVID-19 and recovered will be allowed onto the island chain, according to statements released by local and state governments over the past week.

The move by the tourism dependent archipelago, which has about 3,100 permanent residents according to the most recent census estimate, speaks to the unique ways that state, local and national