2018 Greenbier Classic PGA OAD Picks

See who the guys like to win at this week's PGA Tour action with the weekly PGA OAD picks.

2018 Greenbrier Classic PGA OAD Picks

Another week in the books and oh what a week it was as Francesco Molinari collected his first PGA Tour victory. He ran away with it on Sunday at the Quicken Loans and none of the guys had them as their pick (even though some liked him). Now the tour heads to West Virginia, to the Greenbrier for the Military Tribute at the Greenbier, the Greenbrier Classic. The field is back to 156 this week with the normal 70 man cut line after Friday. The leader board between the guys is tight and with all 4 making the cut last week, they will try and do it again. Let’s see who the guys like this week with the 2018 Greenbrier Classic PGA OAD Picks.

Total Earnings$3,677,565$2,950,531$4,113,225$4,424,528
Last Week’s Earnings$15,407$24,850$50,410$96,087
Last Week’s PlayerJimmy WalkerByeong-Hun AnAndrew PutnamCharles Howell III
This Week’s PickBrian HarmanRussell HenleyJoaquin NiemannRussell Henley


Jesse- Putnam didn’t quite pull through like I thought he would last week, especially after his Thursday round.  If you didn’t use him last week I do like him again this week.  Since I obviously used Putnam I am going to go with Joaquin Niemann this week.  He is coming off a top 20 last week and finished top 30 here last year as an Amateur.

Rob- Russell Henley – If there was ever a time for Henley to come thru in 2018, now is it. He has three career wins on the Tour, last at the Shell in 2017. He has been trending up and up since his 29th at the Memorial, which lead to a solid showing at the U.S. Open while leading the first day. This brings us to his sixth place finish at the Travelers, where he had four rounds in the 60s. Henley is sixth in proximity from 125-150 yards, seventh in T2G his last 12 rounds and fourth in SG Total at the Greenbrier, which includes back-to-back top 5’s.

Bubba- I’ll be going with a guy coming off of 4 straight cuts, including a T6 his last time out. He’s 3 for 3 in cuts made at the Greenbrier, including a T5 and a solo 5th his last 2 times. He’s playing some of his best golf at the moment. I’ll be going with the solid ball striker in Russell Henley.