Here are the golfer picks to win from Pro Golf Now for the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open at Summerlin.
In case you tried to get on and watch some range practice at the Shriners from behind the driving range, hopefully, you were protected from Bryson hitting bombs OVER the net.
We aren’t here to solely talk about Beefy Bryson. Sure, some of us are picking him to win the Shriners this week, and that second part is what we are here for. To take a look at the staff picks to win the Shriners Open.
We’ve had plenty of content out about the event already this week, and you have likely been able to glean some of the picks that would be coming in, whether you read power rankings or any of the gambling articles and fantasy golf articles we have put up.
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Here are the staff picks to win the Shriners Hospital for Children Open.
Doug Hoff – Widely considered to be one of the best players in the world, Patrick Cantlay has been scuttling a bit this year especially since the tour came back from quarantine. With only one top 10 since the return, Cantlay has slowly fallen down the official world golf rankings. That’s all going to change this week at the Shriners Hospital for Children Open.
He loves this track which is proven by his recent finishes over the last three years with a Win-2nd-2nd. Any weekend warrior golfer can tell you that there’s no better way to get your game right than by playing a course you love and always play well. This weekend will be no different for Patrick Cantlay.
Bill Felber – I liked his form all during the re-start. He did lose form during the Tour Championship stretch, but I believe he’s ready to get it back. The guy is a gamer.
Chris O’Day – I can’t go against a guy who has played so well here over the last few years. Not only that, but you are pairing those finishes with the fact that Cantlay is one of the best players in the world. With that combo, I’ll take him to win the Shriners this year.
Richie Randolph – The PGA Champ is ready to kick off the new season with a win in Las Vegas!
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West Valentine – I think he has confidence from the US Open and it’s a good field, but not a great one. There will be an opportunity to grab a win for him.
Mike Randleman – In an excerpt from this week’s power rankings…
“Speaking of wins, beefy Bryson’s also got one here at TPC Summerlin. He wasn’t the hulking presence then, but he still had enough in 2018 to muscle past Patrick Cantlay among other contenders. Rounds of 66-66-65-66 were good for a one-shot win.”
Tim Letcher – Coming off his U.S. Open win, DeChambeau stays hot at a place he’s won before. Patrick Cantlay is a tempting pick, but I’m going with the hot hand of DeChambeau this week.
Kasey Kuhrts – Ventura is on one heck of a heater to start the new season. He finished T6 last week in Mississippi and T7 at the Safeway Open in early September. Paring that with his incredible putting and distance off the tee, I think Ventura could come up with his first PGA Tour win in Sin City this week. Ventura could definitely sneak up on people in a big way.
Best of luck to everyone playing at the Shriners this week!