PGA $6,000+ GREENBRIER
It has been a tough time for us all, but finally, after a gruelling 17 days of no PGA, we’re back at the Greenbrier for the start of swing season!
The start of the new season requires a bold start so we are fading the entire top end in an attempt to get 6/6 through the cut which in this 2020 PGA season has become even harder!
Joaquin Niemann ($18,710): Super solid right across the board. The Greenbrier does tend to be a bit of a putting contest given how easy the fariways are to hit off the tee, and Niemann can putt. Well. Really like him this week.
Marc Leishman ($17,910) Taking a risk on Leishman coming straight back into the fray and playing well. Will hopefully be carrying some negative recency bias from last season. He is probably the best player in this field, if not top two.
Scottie Scheffler ($17,200): The new kid on the block. Dominated the Korn Ferry Tour which has translated to immediate success with the likes of Hovland and Wolf etc. Should be under-owned relative to his potential / win equity.
Keegan Bradley ($17,090): Will be very hard for people to get to Keegan here given the expensive guys above him. His recent form is absolutely horrible but he is more than capable at this course where he can bomb it off the tee, hit wedge in and can a few putts. Big ownership play.
Scott Piercy ($16,890): I like targeting Piercy on softer courses where he can’t get into too much trouble because when he gets into a groove he can smash the birdies for four days. Has definite win equity.
MacKenzie Hughes ($11,970): Hughes jumps off the stat sheet for the event. Has good course history and in this field he should make this cut which is all we want from our last man in.
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