Look, predicting a pre-tournament winner at golf is not simple. While it’s true sports bettors can discover fantastic price, it is incredibly frustrating when one of your selections does not even make the cut. That is why I am here to assist.
Every week I’ll highlight three golfers that have a fantastic chance to win the hardware to the approaching weekend. It is the FedExCup playoffs event: the BMW Championship, this week.
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Rose, the 2018 FedExCup winner, has been shown to be amazingly consistent in regards to showing up in the playoffs, and I am hoping another strong performance from the Englishman at the second postseason event. Rose’s shape is tough to ignore, as he’s four top-15s along with a T-20 in his last five starts.
Finding the work done with the horizontal rod is going to be critical to posting a high score on Sunday in Medinah, along with Rose ranks second on the PGA Tour in strokes gained: placing. Just take the 39-year-old in +1600 and operate.
Oosthuizen has been a standout golfer in the tour for quite a while, yet the Southern African is far from a household name. Despite the immense talent in the field, I enjoy Oosthuizen’s opportunities at the 2019 BMW Championship.
Oosthuizen notched a set of T-20s to finish off the regular time and delivered to T-6 in Liberty National, in which he had been in greens in regulation, seventh in closeness and first in scrambling. Those stats suggest to me which Oosthuizen is on the point of doing something large, so give him at +3300 chances all day.
Horschel has a propensity to apparently come from nowhere and raise eyebrows on any given tournament, but he has a habit of disappearing completely. Horschel has fared well in non-majors, however, collecting four top-25s from non-major events entering this week.
Horschel failed to return from an opening 72 in the Northern Trust and end tied for 21st position when leading the field in strokes gained: putting. Don’t be shocked if the American continues that rate in the BMW Championship.

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