2023 Wyndham Championship: Best Bets And Picks For Sedgefield CC

Tom Kim, Wyndham Championship, Sedgefield Country Club, (Photo by Eakin Howard/Getty Images)
Tom Kim, Wyndham Championship, Sedgefield Country Club, (Photo by Eakin Howard/Getty Images) /

The PGA TOUR regular season concludes in Greensboro, NC, as Sedgefield Country Club hosts the Wyndham Championship.

Many players in the field are either holding on to their position, on the fringe, or outside of the playoff bubble (reserved for the top 70 players in the standings), so this weekend presents a final chance for many to qualify for playoff golf.

Here are 5 ball-strikers to play in the Tar Heel state this weekend!

2023 Wyndham Championship: Picks and Best Bets

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(Tournament Winner/Top Finish)

 J.T. Poston (Win +2800/Top 10 +330)

(49th in FedEx Cup Standings)

The site of his 1st career win on TOUR, Poston rolls into his native North Carolina in top form, posting three top-6 finishes in his last four starts. JT checks the form & course history boxes, not many weaknesses in the game of the 49th ranked player in the standings.

Brendon Todd (Win +4500/Top 10 +500)

(42nd in FedEx Cup Standings)

The man lives on the fairway, ranked 10th on TOUR in “Driving Accuracy”, and has carried a hot flat stick all season; 20th in “Strokes Gained Putting”. A solid ball-striking weekend with the irons can vault BT up this leaderboard. Finished T2 at John Deere three weeks ago.

Billy Horschel (Win +5500/Top 10 +600)

(116th in FedEx Cup Standings)

A literal horse-for-course bet on Billy. Has made the weekend in 9/10 starts at Sedgefield with four top-30 finishes in a row at this property. Nearly won here in 2020. Horschel is hungry to advance to the playoffs and he’ll have a chance at one of his favorite TOUR stops.

Eric Cole (Win +5500/Top 10 +600)

(40th in FedEx Cup Standings)

Sedgefield is a short course, not many bombers win out here. Cole looks like a great fit at this property as he’ll rely on a hot putter to propel himself up the board. Ranked 3rd in “Putts Per Round” and 16th in “Scoring Average”, if Cole can find fairways he’ll be a danger man.

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Patrick Rodgers (Win +7000/Top 10 +700)

(38th in FedEx Cup Standings)

After a brutal break landing in a fairway divot in a playoff 2 weeks ago, P-Rod played nicely in Minnesota. He has made the cut in 6/7 career starts at Sedgefield. The former Stanford star looks primed to pick up his first career win on TOUR any weekend now.