Tour Championship TV Schedule, Odds, Tee Times: Dustin Johnson has Been Dominant, Will He Finish that Way?

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Tour Championship TV Schedule, Odds, Tee Times: Dustin Johnson has Been Dominant, Will He Finish that Way?

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Tour Championship TV Schedule, Odds, Tee Times: Dustin Johnson has Been Dominant, Will He Finish that Way?

The final stop of the PGA Tour season is finally upon us. The TOUR Championship, held at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Georgia starts on Thursday. The field has been whittled down to the top 30 players in the FedExCup points standings including Dustin Johnson, Patrick Reed, Adam Scott, Jason Day, Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, Bubba Watson, and Phil Mickelson, among many others who are playing good golf right now like Paul Casey and Emiliano Grillo.

Jordan Spieth is the defending champ, but, and don’t read into this too much, he hasn’t won since May. Granted, that doesn’t mean much because he has three top 10 finishes since that win and he’s won and finished as a runner-up in three appearances at East Lake before. Spieth’s biggest competition this year won’t be the same guy as last year, Jason Day, but instead is Dustin Johnson, who has by far had the best season of his career.

Notes: Jason Day told Golf Channel’s Todd Lewis that he is; stop me if you’ve heard this one too many times, “cautiously optimistic” about his play this week.

TV Schedule

Th – 1:00 PM – 6:00 PM – Golf Channel
Fr – 1:00 PM – 6:00 PM – Golf Channel
Sa – 10:00 AM – 1:30 PM – Golf Channel; 12:00 PM – 3:30 PM – NBC
Su – 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM – Golf Channel; 1:30 PM – 6:00 PM – NBC

Tour Championship Odds, via TopBet.eu

Dustin Johnson +400 Rory McIlroy +500
Jason Day +800 Adam Scott +800
Jordan Spieth +850 Patrick Reed +1500
Paul Casey +1500 Bubba Watson +2500
Hideki Matsuyama +2500 Brandt Snedeker +2800
J.B. Holmes +2800 Jimmy Walker +2800
Matt Kuchar +2800 Phil Mickelson +2800
Emiliano Grillo +3300 Russell Knox +3300
 Charl Schwartzel +3500 Daniel Berger +3500
Gary Woodland +3500 Ryan Moore +3500
Kevin Na +4000 Justin Thomas +4000
Kevin Chappell +5000 Si Woo Kim +5000
Roberto Castro +6000 Kevin Kisner +8000
Jason Dufner +8000 William McGirt +8000
Jhonattan Vegas +8000 Sean O’Hair +10000

Tee Times

11:40 AM Jhonattan Vegas Charl Schwartzel
11:50 AM Jason Dufner J.B. Holmes
12:00 PM Sean O’Hair Daniel Berger
12:10 PM William McGirt Bubba Watson
12:20 PM Roberto Castro Kevin Na
12:30 PM Kevin Kisner Gary Woodland
12:40 PM Hideki Matsuyama Si Woo Kim
12:50 PM Kevin Chappell Matt Kuchar
1:00 PM Phil Mickelson Ryan Moore
1:10 PM Brandt Snedeker Justin Thomas
1:20 PM Emiliano Grillo Jimmy Walker
1:30 PM  Jordan Spieth Russell Knox
1:40 PM  Paul Casey Rory McIlroy
1:50 PM  Adam Scott Jason Day
2:00 PM  Dustin Johnson Patrick Reed

My Pick

Dustin Johnson is my boy. I’ve been rolling with him all year and I’ll do it again. He’s been dominant and is a lock for Player of the Year if he finishes with a win or a top 10, but I’m picking DJ by three strokes over Grillo, McIlroy-Spieth, and … wait for it … Justin Thomas, who plays his way onto the Ryder Cup team.

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