Steve Bamford

Steve Bamford's PGA Tour Tips 2020

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PGA Tour Tips 2020 Season

Steve Bamford is one of our resident golf tipsters and he focuses on PGA Tour tips. Links to the previews, stats and selections for the 2020 PGA Tour season events that Steve has covered are detailed below.

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2020 PGA Tour Tips P&L

DateEventWeekly P&LCumulative P&L
Jan 2020Sentry Tournament Of Champions+14 Points+14 Points
Jan 2020Sony Open In Hawaii-12 Points+2 Points
Jan 2020The American Express+35.75 Points+37.75 Points
Jan 2020Farmers Insurance Open-12 Points+25.75 Points
Jan 2020Waste Management Phoenix Open+2 Points+27.75 Points
Feb 2020AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am-11 Points+16.75 Points
Feb 2020Genesis Invitational-14 Points+2.75 Points
Feb 2020Puerto Rico Open-12 Points-9.25 Points
Feb 2020The Honda Classic+6 Points-3.25 Points
Mar 2020Arnold Palmer Invitational+82 Points+78.75 Points
Mar 2020The PLAYERS ChampionshipN/A+78.75 Points
Jun 2020Charles Schwab Challenge-12 Points+66.75 Points
Jun 2020RBC Heritage-13 Points+53.75 Points
Jun 2020Travelers Championship-13 Points+40.75 Points
Jul 2020Rocket Mortgage Classic+12.7 Points+53.45 Points
Jul 2020Workday Charity Open-13 Points+40.45 Points
Jul 2020The Memorial Tournament-12 Points+28.45 Points
Jul 20203M Open-12 Points+16.45 Points
Jul 2020Barracuda Championship-12 Points+4.45 Points
Aug 2020US PGA Championship+64.5 Points+68.45 Points
Aug 2020Wyndham Championship+0 Points+68.45 Points
Aug 2020The Northern Trust-14 Points+54.45 Points
Aug 2020BMW Championship-0.75 Points+53.7 Points
Sep 2020Tour Championship-13 Points+40.7 Points
Sep 2020Safeway Open+16 Points+56.7 Points
Sep 2020US Open-3.5 Points+53.2 Points
Sep 2020Corales Championship+1 Point+54.2 Points
Oct 2020Sanderson Farms Championship-3.9 Points+50.3 Points
Oct 2020Shriners Hospitals Open-12 Points+38.3 Points
Oct 2020CJ Cup @ Shadow Creek+12.7 Points+51 Points
Oct 2020Zozo Championship-0.5 Points+50.5 Points
Oct 2020Bermuda Championship-13 Points+37.5 Points
Nov 2020`Houston Open-12 Points+25.5 Points
Nov 2020The Masters+4 Points+29.5 Points
Nov 2020RSM Classic-11 Points+18.5 Points
Dec 2020Mayakoba Golf Classic+6 Points+24.5 Points

2020 Season Summary

Steve’s 2020 campaign got off to a perfect start when headline selection Justin Thomas obliged at 11/2 at Kapalua, and our PGA Tour tipster didn’t have to wait long for another profitable week with Scottie Scheffler (35/1) and Tom Hoge (200/1) both finding the each-way places at the American Express a fortnight later.

A blank at Torrey Pines was followed by a skinny profit in Phoenix when Bubba Watson finished 3rd at 35/1 to help keep his P&L ticking over for the year.  Blanks at Pebble Beach, Riviera and in Puerto Rico followed, however Lee Westwood’s 4th place finish at 80/1 at The Honda Classic got Steve’s season back on track.

Much better was to follow though at the Arnold Palmer Invitational when 50/1 shot Tyrrell Hatton managed to hold off an impressive field to secure his first PGA Tour title and give Steve’s season a massive boost. The PLAYERS Championship was only a day old when it was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, which in turn threw the remainder of the schedule into disarray.

The restart to PGA Tour golf started slowly with blank weeks at the Charles Schwab Challenge, RBC Heritage and Travelers Championship, however each-way money from both Tyrell Hatton and Adam Hadwin got the momentum flowing in the right direction once again at the Rocket Mortgage Classic.

Grabbing Collin Morikawa at 35/1 for his maiden Major title was a satisfying end to the US PGA Championship for Steve, with the 23 year-old proving the old adage that if you’re good enough, you’re old enough! An each-way place followed on Harry Higgs at the Safeway Open as a series of 36- and 54-hole leaders fell by the wayside at the business end of tournaments.