Charles Schwab Challenge Ratings - JT to Post a Number

Colonial Country Club is the stop for the Charles Schwab Challenge and this was the first event back last season post Covid Break. There were no fans and the fibre was up, meaning errant tee balls were punished more. This is your typical pitch and putt track. All Charles Schwab Challenge and Colonial course information is above, or see below for key metric premiums and players on the radar.

Here is my odds chart and rankings in order. I price my odds to a 100% fair book (no margin). The guys in green you can see clearly are strong value against the market price in my opinion and some of them feature in the ones to watch on the Colonial Profile page (above, from course fit manual)

Charles Schwab Challenge Odds chart/ Rankings

Course information.....

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The Premiums and key metric weightings for Colonial are below. Click the image if you want to use the interactive version of the model. All my official data to plug into the model is available in my course fit profiling manual (click link to see details) to get course fit rating numbers for the players


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I like a few guys at juicy prices this week at Colonial. All weekly picks are available through my members mailing list. As you can see Colonial is a ball srikers playground. Accuracy and positioning from tee to green is needed and then as alluded to above re "pitch n putt" it's all about short iron approach proximity and a hot putter. Steve stricker and the likes used to dance wedges around the pins at Colonial and this was why Stricks excelled here - obv he was one of the best putters around

You can take a look at the Colonial profile page from my course fit manual at the top of the preview for some hints on the course fit angle and potential ones to watch but it's last year's headline tip here Ryan Palmer that really grabs attention at opening quotes of 70/1 and above. Ryan is a member here and the absolute definition of a course specialist. He probably gains over a shot a round here vs the field through course experience alone. He takes optimal lines with the driver, knows all the breaks in the greens and also talks about playing the course repeatedly and knowing how to adapt under all different kinds of conditions. His caddy also is a course expert.

The last one I want to mention here though to try and keep the long odds heater going is JT Poston who I refer to in the Title. Yeah it's not Justin Thomas! Take a look at what I tweeted about Poston earlier in the week...

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Note: All weekly course fit numbers can be computed using my course fit profiling manual below. All my weekly selections and ratings are bred using my  Course fit and player profiling manual Ebook which you can check out in detail or buy through the link... Player and course profiles in the eBook also supply data you can use to plug into my interactive course fit ratings model at the bottom of this website


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