Shriners Children’s Open Prediction, Preview, and Odds (2023)
- Shriners Children’s Open takes place in Nevada on the PGA Tour this weekend
- TPC Summerlin hosts the competitive event worth $8.4 million
The latest action on the PGA Tour is staged at TPC Summerlin in Nevada this weekend, as the Shriners Children’s Open takes center stage. This event has been staged since 1983, and there is a purse of $8.4 million available to players involved in Las Vegas.
Schedule & How To Watch
- When: Thursday, October 12, 2023- Sunday, October 15, 2023
- Where: TPC Summerlin, Nevada, Las Vegas
- How To Watch: Golf Channel
Shriners Children’s Open Odds
|Si Woo Kim||+2250|
The latest action on the PGA Tour this weekend will take place in Las Vegas, as the Shriners Children’s Open takes place at TPC Summerlin. This event has been a regular part of the PGA Tour schedule since 1983, and the field will compete across 7,255 yards on the par 71 course. A lucrative purse of $8.4 million will be available to the field this weekend.
The event has been staged over 72 holes since 2004, with the aggregate record over the current format being held by Ryan Moore, Webb Simpson, and Tim Kim, who all finished with a score of 260. Meanwhile, the par record over the current format is held by Marc Turnesa, who finished 25-under when landing victory in 2008.
Tom Kim is a solid favorite at the top of the betting this weekend, as the South Korean looks for a second straight victory in the event. Last year, he powered to victory by three shots, holding off the challenges from Patrick Cantlay and Matthew NeSmith.
Ludvig Aberg remains a player of interest this weekend, as the Swedish Ryder Cup star maintained his fine form last weekend, as he was narrowly beaten in the playoff for the San Farms Championship. Tom Hoge could be an interesting selection this weekend, as he bounced back to form last weekend after finishing 13th in the Sanderson Farms Championship.
Shriners Children’s Open Prediction
We will be keeping it very simple this weekend, as we could see Tom Kim making a solid defense of his title. His form throughout this year has been excellent, as he has finished in the top 25 in each of his starts since the Scottish Open earlier in the season.