Experts Picks: The Wyndham Championship 2020

The Wyndham Championship is played every year in Greensboro, North Carolina. The tournament was established in 1938 as the Greater Greensboro Open. In 2007, the event was renamed the Wyndham Championship when Wyndham Hotels and Resorts took over as title’s sponsor.

Historical Background

Sam Snead set a PGA Tour record for has 8 wins at the event, just as his 1965 victory at age 52, which made him the oldest player to win a PGA Tour tournament.

The PGA TOUR tees off to North Carolina this week for the Wyndham Championship, perhaps the oldest avenue on the PGA TOUR. The tournament will occur at the Donald Ross structured designed Sedgefield Country Club that has hosted the event since 2007. The total purse this year is at $6.4 million and the winner of the Wyndham Championship will earn $1.152 million. The tournament will be started from 13 August to 16 August, 2020.

The Wyndham Championship maintains its place on the PGA TOUR schedule plan this season as the last event of the regular season before the FedEx Cup playoffs officially start. Sedgefield club, a Par 70 setting that featured Bermuda greens and a few scoring holes that the players can take advantage of.

Last Week’s Results

Collin Morikawa was ready to break free from a pack of SEVEN golf players tied for the lead on Sunday at the PGA Championship to get his first Grand Slam victory, carding a final 64 to complete at – 13 and spot him two shots before Paul Casey and Dustin Johnson.

2020 Wyndham Championship Field

Up next will be the Wyndham Championship at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, N.C. This tournament will have less star power following the year’s first major, including just nine of the OWGR top 30 out of a 156-player field, Brooks Koepka, Webb Simpson, Justin Rose, Patrick Reed, Tommy Fleetwood, Abraham Ancer, Sungjae Im, Shane Lowry and Paul Casey.

Defending Champion

Young American golfer James Tyree Poston will be looking to defend his title in the wake of winning this event with a final round 8-under 62 and going bogey-free in the tournament. He turned into the first player since 1974 to win a PGA Tour event while going bogey-free.

Predictions, for the 2020 Wyndham Championship PGA Golf Tournament

Koepka will be participated in Greensboro, Patrick Reed and Tommy Fleetwood just as Justin Rose previous Wyndham twice winner Brandt Snedeker in 2007,2018 and Jordan Spieth. Paul Casey also will be making the cross-country trip to Sedgefield club on the heels of last week’s runner-up finish at the PGA.

Webb Simpson the first-ever Englishman to win consecutive titles on the US circuit is also hot favorite to win the title. Among notables competing this week who as of now sit outside of the FedEx Cup playoffs consist of Zach Johnson Sergio Garcia, and Shane Lowry, who will all need solid completions to continue their season. James Tyree Poston, the defending champion.

2020 Wyndham Championship odds

Webb Simpson 10-1
Brooks Koepka 11-1
Patrick Reed 16-1
Tommy Fleetwood 18-1
Paul Casey 20-1
Justin Rose 22-1
Abraham Ancer 25-1
Harris English 30-1
Billy Horschel 33-1
Brendon Todd 40-1
Si-Woo Kim 40-1
Sung-Jae Im 40-1
J.T. Poston 45-1

Here are the winners of Wyndham Championship:

2019 J.T. Poston
2018 Brandt Snedeker
2017 Henrik Stenson
2016 Si Woo Kim
2015 Davis Love III
2014 Camilo Villegas
2013 Patrick Reed
2012 Sergio Garcia
2011 Webb Simpson
2010 Arjun Atwal

Weather Forecast for Greensboro

There’s consensus within the weather outlook for Greensboro would be an enormous understatement – from Tuesday to Sunday, the tag is ‘scattered thunderstorms’ each and every day! While trying to precisely predict the timing and ferocity of a thunderstorm is a waste of time, what we will say with some certainty is that it will rain sooner or later in Greensboro this week, which will help to slow the Bermuda greens down even further.

It’s warm – 86-89°F is that the likely spread of temperatures, however, there’s probably not going to be a lot of sun around, and the breeze speeds look set to be around the 7-9 mph mark.

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