Brian Davis The 2022 Barbasol Championship betting odds and trends

Brian Davis The 2022 Barbasol Championship betting odds and trends

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Brian Davis missed the cut in his last appearance at the Barbasol Championship, and he has +100000 odds as he aims for a better finish in this year’s event at Keene Trace Golf Club. Before he tees off in Nicholasville, Kentucky, let’s break down his recent form to help you make your best bets on Davis in this event.

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Brian Davis: Recent Form

  • He has not made the cut in his past three appearances.
  • Davis has not posted a score better than the tournament average or finished within five shots of the leader in any of his past three appearances.

Davis: Recent Rounds

  • Davis has finished below par once and carded one round with a better-than-average score over his last six rounds played.
  • He has not finished any of his last six rounds with one of the 10 best scores of the day.
  • Davis has carded a score within five shots of the day’s best in one of his last six rounds.

Davis: Last Outing

  • Davis fared worse on par 3s than the field his last time out, carding a birdie or better on one of the eight par-3 holes at the John Deere Classic (the other competitors averaged 1.9).
  • On the eight par-3 holes at the John Deere Classic, Davis carded three bogeys or worse (the other competitors averaged two).
  • Davis’ three birdies or better on par-4 holes at the John Deere Classic were less than the tournament average (6.9).
  • At that last tournament, Davis’ showing on the 22 par-4 holes included a bogey or worse seven times (compared to the field’s better average of 5.2).
  • Davis ended the John Deere Classic with a birdie or better on one of the six par-5 holes, worse than the tournament average of 3.7.
  • While the field at the John Deere Classic averaged 0.8 bogeys or worse on the six par-5 holes, Davis finished without one.