A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier: TV Times, Betting Tips


A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier: How to watch, and who to back this week 

After a three week break following the Tour Championship, the PGA Tour returns for the first event of the 2019/20 season, A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier. 

The tournament, which is played at The Old White TPC at The Greenbrier Resort in West Virginia, returns to the 49-event schedule after sitting out last season because of the newly shifted FedEx Cup playoffs. 

In 2018 (part of the 2017/18 PGA Tour schedule), Kevin Na claimed his first victory in over seven years with a five stroke win over Kelly Kraft. He returns to defend this week, along with a raft of players who recently gained their Tour cards at the Korn Ferry Tour Finals that includes Viktor Hovland and Tom Lewis, who won the Korn Ferry Tour Championship by five strokes.

Below, find out how to watch, and who we've picked to watch this week.

Course: The Greenbrier, Old White TPC
FedEx Cup Points: 500
Prize Fund: $7,500,000

A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier: TV Times

• Featured Groups: Live PGA Tour, Sky Sports Golf (12:30), Sky Sports Golf - Red Button (14:30)
• Main Coverage: Sky Sports Mix (19:00), Sky Sports Golf (19:00) 

• Featured Groups: Live PGA Tour, Sky Sports Golf - Red Button (12:00)
• Main Coverage: Sky Sports Golf (19:00)

• Sky Sports Golf (20:00), Sky Sports Main Event (20:30)

• Sky Sports Golf (20:00)

A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier: Betting Tips

Bryson DeChambeau: 11/1
DeChambeau finished T7 in the Tour Championship, and is making his second appearance here after a T14 in 2017. The World No.10 is the highest ranked player in the field, having won twice and posted six other top 10s last season. Ranks 17th for birdie average, 20th for scoring average, 24th for SG: Off the tee and 28th SG: Putting.

Viktor Hovland: 12/1
Hovland had a brilliant start to his professional career that included a T4 at the Wyndham Championship and three other top-16 results on the PGA Tour before heading to the Korn Ferry Tour Finals and earning his card with a T11 at the Nationwide Children's Hospital Championship and runner-up finish at the Albertson's Boise Open. His scoring average last season was 69.942, which would have put him 15th on the PGA Tour. Making his Greenbrier debut

Jason Kokrak: 16/1
Kokrak heads to the Greenbrier after going T6-T12-T19-T9 in his last four PGA Tour events of the season - the latter coming in his first trip to the Tour Championship. He also finished T3 here last year. Ranked 6th SG: Approach, 11th SG: Off the tee, 14th SG: Tee to green, 30th for birdie average and 30th for scoring average last season. 

Joaquinn Niemann: 22/1
With the exception of one missed cut at The Open, Niemann hasn't finished worse than T31 in his last 11 PGA Tour starts, including three top 10s and a run of T13-T30-T31 at the Wyndham Championship, BMW Championship and The Northern Trust at the end of the season. T5 here last year, looking for breakthrough win. Ranked 23rd SG: Tee to green and 25th SG: Approach.

Byeong Hun An: 25/1
Three top 20s and a 3rd place finish at the Wyndham Championship in his last eight starts, and making his Greenbrier debut this week. Ranked 1st SG: Around the green, 7th SG: Tee to green, 29th SG: Off the tee, 31st SG: Approach and 36th Scoring average. 

Sungjae Im: 25/1
Im played more than anyone last season (35 starts!), recording seven top 10s in addition to back top 15s in the last two events of the season. Ranked inside the top 30 last season for scoring average, birdie average and SG: Around the green last season. Making his debut this week.

Marc Leishman: 25/1
Finished the season with two consecutive top 20s at the BMW Championship and Tour Championship, which followed a MC at the Northern Trust and 3rd place finish at the WGC FedEx St Jude. Ranks 28th SG: Approach and 32nd for scoring average. First trip here since 2015.

Russell Henley: 33/1
After his runner-up at the John Deere Classic, Henley finished T15 at the Barracuda Championship and T31 at the Wyndham Championship before a T59 in his last event of the season (the Northern Trust). He has finished fifth twice at the Greenbrier and was 10th (last year). Ranked 16th driving accuracy and 42nd SG: Approach last season. 

Scottie Scheffler: 40/1
Comes in to his third PGA Tour event of the 2019 after a victory, T11 and T7 in the Korn Ferry Tour Finals - part of two wins and eight other top 10s this year alone on the KFT. Debut here this week.

Robert Streb: 60/1
Streb is a two-time runner-up at the Greenbrier ('17, '15) and finished T11 in last year's tournament. Heads to this year's Greenbrier following a T5 and T30 in two of the Korn Ferry Tour Finals events, and is looking for his first win on the PGA Tour since 2014.

Kramer Hickok: 80/1
Hickok played exceptionally well in the last three events of the Korn Ferry Tour finals, with a T19 and two top 5s, including a third place finish at the Korn Ferry Tour Championship to earn his Tour card for a second year in a row. Debut this week. Ranked 17th Driving accuracy, 36th for SG: Around the green and 38th for SG: Off the tee last season.