2018 Arnold Palmer Invitational PGA OAD Picks

See who the guys like to win for this week's PGA Tour action with the PGA OAD Picks.

2018 Arnold Palmer Invitational PGA OAD Picks

What a week at the Valspar Championship. Tiger Woods was oh so close to winning his first tournament in year. Paul Casey finally picks up a PGA Tour win for the first time in 9 years, oh and Jesse had him as his pick (see new leader). Rob got a little money with Adam Scott making the cut and putting together a decent weekend. Kevin and Bubba failed to make the cut with Stenson and Streelman. Another wild PGA Tour weekend is in the books and we head to one of the best tournaments of the year, the Arnold Palmer Invitational. They’ll be teeing it up at Bay Hill, in a solid field of 120 golfers (instead of the normal 144) and 70 will make the cut. Let’s see who the guys like in the 2018 Arnold Palmer Invitational PGA OAD Picks.

Total Earnings$2,052,351$797,729$3,069,013$702,721
Last Week’s Earnings$0$77,296$1,170,000$0
Last Week’s PlayerHenrik StensonAdam ScottPaul CaseyKevin Streelman
This Week’s PickFrancesco Molinari Louis OosthuizenAlexander NorenAlexander Noren


@KevinsDelight- Paul Casey won on TOUR so that means ANYONE can win on TOUR. Francesco Molinari is my pick…that is all!!!

@bdentrek- What a disappointing week last week with Kevin Streelman. Now we head to Bay Hill and look to get back on track with a really good finish. I’ll be heading back to one of my favorite Europeans. He lost in a playoff to Jason Day at Torey Pines and has put together some solid finishes, no worse than T21 in his last 5 events. He’s only played in the APInv once and finished T49. I am going with Alexander Noren.

@DFSGolfGods- Boom goes the PC.  Finally I hit another winner.  Glad it was PC.  On to the API and what is sure to be another great tourney in what I think will go down as the best golf season ever.  I’m going with Alexander Noren as my OAD.  I’ve held out on picking him because I wanted him here.  I think his game will fit quite well and his form coming in is top notch.

@AllDayEvery365- Louis Oosthuizen: The South African is shaping into form for the Masters, a place I do fancy him to make an impact. However, for Bay Hill and the Arnie, I think Louie’s game is too good to ignore and would like to get him at low ownership. He’s made the cut both time he’s played including a ninth place finish his first time. He gained 7.5 SG: T2G at the Valspar and his approach game was dialed in. During his last eight rounds, he ranks 2nd in the field for proximity for 200+ yards and is first in his last four rounds. With the last eight rounds at Bay Hill, he ranks 16th in SG TOT so his game plays well here.