2018 WGC Dell Matchplay PGA OAD Picks
Another great week of PGA Tour action in the books with Rory McIlroy winning the Arnold Palmer Invitational. It was an amazing Sunday for Rory, a great weekend for Tiger Woods and many others showing some great form as we approach the Masters. This week there are 2 events on tour and we will be using the WGC Dell Matchplay for the OAD picks. Jesse kept his lead with Alexander Noren last, Kevin keeps it close with Francesco Molinari showing up nicely, Rob had a missed cut with Louis and Bubba is still in last but gained a little ground with Noren. Let’s see who the guys like this week with the WGC Dell Matchplay PGA OAD Picks.
|Last Week’s Earnings||$59,318||$0||$41,919||$41,919|
|Last Week’s Player||Francesco Molinari||Louis Oosthuizen||Alexander Noren||Alexander Noren|
|This Week’s Pick||Tyrrell Hatton||Paul Casey||Ian Poulter||Bubba Watson|
@bdentrek- I’ll be keeping it short and sweet this week. I’ve been making cuts for the most part, but outside of Phil at Pebble nothing major. I’ll be going with Bubba Watson who has been playing some of his best golf in a long time. He has 3 T9’s in 5 tries of this event and nothing lower than a T28. He finished T9 last year at Austin and I like his draw to at least make a bit of a run into the weekend.
@KevinsDelight- Last week Frankie Molinari secures is another made cut after a Stenson MC at Valspar. Good to be back making $ and avoiding the MC turd.
WGC Match Play is a lot of fun. Picking a stud is a waste in my opinion, unless you can find the Pony who will easily advance out of their POD. Initially, Rahm and Rory are the 2 main guys I see coasting through their POD. I’m saving those two for later in the year and will pass. This week I’ll be picking a guy who has a great chance to play on a Ryder Cup team. A guy who has FIRE in his belly. Tyrrell Hatton is my dude this week. I love his chances at getting past his POD and then winning a match or two from there. Roll with me on Tyrrell…
@DFSGolfGods- I got a few dollars with Noren last week, but obviously not as much as we were looking for. Call me crazy, but this week I am going with Ian Poulter. He has a pretty good lifetime match play record, but most importantly is guaranteed money. This is a week where it is wide open and anything can happen so I’m not going to burn of the big dogs I have left.
@AllDayEvery365- Paul Casey – I’m taking the guy who couldn’t win that won! PC gets a favorable draw this week at the match play, fresh off his win at the Valspar. With wind in the forecast, Casey’s elite ball striking comes to the mind.