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This is known as one of the tamest par-70 courses on the PGA Tour and someone who has plenty of experience of shooting low round here is Chilean golfer Joaquin Niemann. He’s been in great form this season, with a 31st placed finish his worst result in his last 11 regular tournaments however he did miss the cut at the last two majors.
In a weakened field however he will more than fancy his chances to get that maiden title on the PGA Tour and his form is as good as anyone in the field.7
He’s a form horse in this tournament and he seems to bring his best golf to this event. Robert has been a runner up here twice and he’s shown some sort of form in his recent performances on the Korn Ferry Tour of late.
He lost out in a 4 way playoff back in 2015 and finished just a shot behind Xander Schauffele two years ago proving he has the capabilities of shooting low and being in contention here.
Kokrak is in great form at the moment, posting four consecutive top-20 finishes on the PGA Tour including a fantastic 9th placed finish at the Tour Championship.
Although in previous years he’s struggled here, Jason seems to have cracked the course as he finished 3rd thanks to opening rounds of 65 and 64 and with this being a weakened field compared to the standard PGA Tour events and will fancy bagging a maiden title.
Of the big prices around this week, Todd looks a player who could defy the odds. He’s not been here since he posted a 6th place finish back in 2015. He finished 2nd at the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship, whilst a poor third round at the Albertson Rose cost him his chances there.
He’s got the game but not managed to piece together four rounds in a week and if there’s any place to do it, its at this fairly tame course where he’s had previous success.