With so many players looking to stay in good form, we’ve got a really strong field for the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Club on the outskirts of Charlotte, North Carolina.
This is a tournament lacking a little bit of depth, as the second and third tiers of players look a little bit weak. Hopefully we can help you in your quest to put together the perfect roster by looking at some of this week’s top value picks.
While golf’s absolute best aren’t on hand this week, who wouldn’t want to watch a pairing of Jason Day and Adam Scott or major winners Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel. Day and Scott are the favorites at +600, with Sergio Garcia and Tommy Fleetwood close by at +750.
With so many standouts in the field, we’ll really have to look deep to find some money-saving players so that we can put a few of the top guys in the lineup. Fortunately, that’s what we look to do every week here at BangTheBook with value options.
We’ll have to wait and see if anybody withdraws from the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town Golf Links in Hilton Head, South Carolina, but even if some players do, this is still arguably the best field we’ve had for the week after the Masters.
You certainly want to leave yourself as much room as possible to roster the best of the best, but that requires some players that are quite a ways down the board in order to have enough salary cap room left.
It is finally here. The first major of the golf season is upon us and it is The Masters at Augusta National Golf Club.
With the Masters next week and the WGC-Dell Match Play last week, big names are few and far between on the entry list for this week at TPC San Antonio.
A lot of the players in the field are guys that either need a win to get into the Masters or guys that just want to smooth out the rough edges of their games before the first major of the season. Most of golf’s biggest names are taking a week off to prep for the Masters.
This year’s field includes the last six champions of this event and is a star-studded field, as you would expect with the WGC distinction and the big purse.
The field takes a noticeable step back for this week’s Valspar Championship at Innisbrook Resort, but we still have a lot of top-end players getting ready for the Masters.
Per usual, we’ll seek out the value picks that allow you a better opportunity to roster the top players in this week’s look at the Valspar Championship at Innisbrook.
This is the PGA Tour’s flagship event and it has a prize pool in excess of $12 million. The first place cut is $2.25 million. Also, this is one hell of a challenge a few weeks in advance of the Masters at Augusta National.
We always have a terrific field on hand for the PGA Tour’s flagship event and this year is no different. In fact, this year’s field is like a traditional one on steroids as the players vie for a piece of the $12.5 million prize pool and the $2.25 million that goes to the winner.
The field for the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill took a hit with the withdraw of Tiger Woods, but don’t let that deter you from following this event.