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We will tell you who wins at the 2020 Memorial Tournament

Golf handicapper Rick Gehman, who nailed Webb Simpson winning the RBC Heritage at 30-1, gives his best bets for this week’s Memorial Tournament.

With his data-driven approach to betting golf, Rick Gehman continues to crush sportsbooks. Over the last 10 tournaments, Gehman’s bets are up $3,882 for $100 players.

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At the RBC Heritage last month, Gehman told SportsLine readers to bet Webb Simpson at 30-1, saying he “certainly appreciates the books dropping Simpson all the way down to 30-1” following a bad performance the week before and noting Harbour Town was the perfect course for Simpson’s game. The result? Simpson fired a 22-under to win the RBC Heritage!

At the Travelers Championship, Gehman played Doc Redman to make the top 20, a +750 longshot, and Redman cashed easily with an 11th-place finish. At the Rocket Mortgage, Gehman put Bryson DeChambeau atop his rankings. DeChambeau fired a final-round 65 to win by three strokes.

Now Gehman, whose models have produced 11 outright winners in the past year, has analyzed the latest Memorial Tournament odds and revealed his picks to win, top prop bets and head-to-head picks. We can tell you Gehman is betting Abraham Ancer at +900 to make the Top 5.

“Ancer is an absolute competitor,” Gehman said. “He proved that at the Presidents Cup, going 3-1-1 with his only loss in Sunday Singles to Tiger Woods.” In his last eight starts, Ancer has finished in the Top 15 six times.

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Gehman also has isolated three players to win, including a 50-1 long shot! This international player has NEVER WON on the PGA Tour, but he’s recently “taken his game to a new level” and Gehman believes this is his week. You NEED to see his picks before you bet this tournament.

Who wins the Memorial Tournament? Which monumental longshot is Gehman backing? 

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