Picks to win
Please enter an email address. Fantasy golf expert picks: From picks to win to DraftKings bargains to players to avoid, here are some options for you to consider: Brentley Romine Projected champion: Has had time to rest up after missing the cut at Carnoustie. Leads Tour in strokes gained tee-to-green. Has three tops here at Glen Abbey and has appeared to rediscover his top form after a T-9 at the Open. Varner has been red hot of late with top-6s in his last two starts. Still qualifies as a sleeper, but this kid is special tee to green.
Look for another top performance this week from Joaco. T-3 at Greenbrier is only non-MC in last five starts. Love his game, but he has struggled backing up strong major performances the following week. Kevin Casey Projected champion: Coming off T-9 at British Open, his third straight major top Also was T-5 last year at Glen Abbey.
Charley Hoffman and Kevin Kisner. Has also put together four straight tops this season. Liked what I saw out of Kisner last week as he broke out of his slump to finish T-2 at Carnoustie. Coming off T at Greenbrier and is capable of contending whenever the putter cooperates. Bombs it off the tee and is coming off his first pro victory two weeks ago on the Web. Has missed two straight cuts, too. Alan Williams, Nets agree on 2-way deal Shams: Sports Fantasy March Madness.
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It is also a second top six in a row after T6 last week in the European Masters. He made a sedate start, hence his lack of title involvement: The Englishman entered the final day with a one-shot lead and he kept or shared it right until he stood in the middle of the 18th fairway whereupon Wu, ahead of him, made birdie.
Wood's approach found the green but left him putting from 50'0" and across a saddle; he sent the ball 10'0" past the pin and failed to complete the par breaker. Earlier he had opened with a bogey, but bounced back with ticks at the second, sixth, 10th and 11th. He looked in control but a drive at 12 was flailed wide right and he missed from 6'0" to make double bogey.
Again he found redemption: The runner-up spot can be added to the Oman Open and Open de France this year. The Belgian was always a little too far distant of the outright leaders to ever feature in a genuine charge for the title, but he got the second best result: He made a bold move on the front nine, ticking the third and sixth, with a bogey coming at the ninth.
But he blitzed he was to the clubhouse with four red numbers and no mistakes. There was an early one at the 11th and then three in the last four holes at 15, 17 and He ended the week two back of the winner Ashun Wu and having entered the week 54th on the Race to Dubai can now look at making the DP World Tour Championship at season's end.
A second consecutive top five on the European Tour for the Irishman, who was second last time out in the Czech Masters and incredibly it is the first time he has made back-to-back top fives since the end of on that occasion in The Barclays and Deutsche Bank Championship. A messy start to the round meant he was never in contention, but he'll be content enough with the maintained form. On the first 11 holes he traded birdies at 4, 6, 7 and 10 with bogeys at 2, 9 and But he ticked the last two par-5s of the week 15 and 18 to confirm his return to form.