Posts Tagged “Lou Riccio”

Lou Riccio’s – The CJ Cup at Nine Bridges in Korea – Fan Duel Players and Draft King Players – Here it is!

Posted on October 17th, 2018 by Herb Rubenstein

            Here are this week’s picks. As more of the top players return to action after the hectic end of the 2017-18 season, the Model once again tends to focus on the chalk. Thomas, Day, Matsuyama and Koepka lead the field in probability of winning (in that order.) But since […]

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Lou Riccio’s Bridgestone World Golf Championship Prediction

Posted on August 1st, 2018 by Herb Rubenstein

  From Lou Riccio: The big hitters are lined up for the Bridgestone. The Model picks almost all big hitters and essentially all chalk. Because the PGA Championship is the following week, all the top players are at this one as well. Although length will be important, likely the best tee to green player will […]

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British Open Predictions: From Lou Riccio

Posted on July 16th, 2018 by Herb Rubenstein

Picking the British Open Champion  using only PGA Tour data is somewhat problematic. Doing so emphasizes American golfers and foreign golfers who play a fair amount on the PGA Tour. Globe trotting types don’t show up as well. As such it should be no surprise that the Model picks mostly American players. It is also […]

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Lou Riccio Picks the Top Ten at Greenbrier – PGA Tournament

Posted on July 3rd, 2018 by Herb Rubenstein

  At Golf Pro Delivered, we hear great things about the Greenbrier.  They opened their rooms free of charge to local residents displaced by flooding last year.  In a beautiful part of West Virginia, we hear the Greenbrier is “golf, horseback riding, outdoors, and culinary heaven.” Here is what Lou has to say about this […]

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ATT Tournament Predictions by Lou Riccio

Posted on May 17th, 2018 by Herb Rubenstein

Without the excitement of having Tiger in the field, this event still has many great players to be interesting in. Not surprisingly the Model picks seven “stars.” Beyond that, the probabilities drop substantially but fills out its ten with three “long shots.” Spieth is due. He’s played well with not enough to show for it […]

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