Cash-out with the Coaches Episode Two: Sony Open Bet Breakdown

Joaquin Niemann of Chile, lines up on the first hole during the final round of the Zozo Championship golf tournament Sunday, Oct. 25, 2020, in Thousand Oaks, Calif. (AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu)

Episode two of Cash-out with the Coaches finds Travis Fulton and Jonathan Coachman squaring up once again to out bet one another in the Sony Open in Hawaii, which tees off on Thursday, and will be played at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu where it has since 1965.

Before moving ahead with their picks for the Sony Open, the coaches regretfully reflected on their poor performance in predicting the Sentry Tournament of Champions last week on the island of Maui.

But, like any true successful bettor knows, you’re going to have those days where things just don’t play out how they should. The idea, though, is to win more on your winners than you lose on your losers… 

And the coaches plan to do just that this week! If you haven’t watched the show, you can check it out right here

Again, each coach will have $100 available to wager each week and put a dollar value on these categories for the Sony Open:

  • One Head-to-Head Matchup
  • Top  Pick
  • Top 20 Pick
  • Tournament Winner
  • Wildcard Play

Here are the coaches picks for the Sony Open in Hawaii:

Head-to-Head Matchup

Fulton: $20 on Sungjae Im (-118) > Hideki Matsuyama

Coach: $45 on Joaquin Niemann (-118) > Abraham Ancer

Top 10 Pick

Fulton: $20 on Daniel Berger (+140) 

Coach: $15 on Sungjae Im (+160) 

Top 20 Pick

Fulton: $20 on Lanto Griffin (+200)

Coach: $20 on Joaquin Niemann (-110)

Tournament Winner

Fulton: $25 on Joaquin Niemann (+2000)

Coach: $10 on Russell Henley (+3500)

Wildcard Bets

Fulton: $15 on Cameron Davis top 20 (+450)

Coach: $10 on Brendon Todd top 20 (+200)

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