There's often quite a lull between The Masters and PGA Championship, until of course you get to the Wells Fargo and a host of the big boys come out to play.
We've gone through the field this week and found three guys that we like to win, varying from one of the top favorites down to some nice value on a recent former champ!
With plenty of the world's Top-20 hitting the course this week, we're set for an awesome week of golf, with the hope that we're riding some guys home on Sunday afternoon!
Let's get into the bets for this week ⬇️
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Steph's obviously running a hot hand right now, but he did have a couple of off games last week, which could open up the door for Bryson to sneak this one at MASSIVE odds.
🏌️♂️ Outright winner picks
Wells Fargo Championship Top Pick🏆
One of the more popular plays here at Dimers, Jon Rahm is once again our top pick (hint: he will be again at Kiawah).
For a lot of golf courses, sharps try to fit a course to to a particular style of player, but similarly to Dustin Johnson, Jon Rahm fits any course.
The guy is a genuine freak and with his eyes on the prize at PGA Championship in two weeks, he'll been out to hit some good form this week. And what better form is there than a dub?!
Rahm's well-rounded game and the fact he has the current longest made cut streak of 22(!!) means that Jon Rahm is our top pick for the 2021 Wells Fargo Championship.
Check out his winning BMW Championship highlights here👇
Wells Fargo Value Bet💰
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This section of the article is called the 'Value Bet' and frankly, that's why Patrick Cantlay features.
He hasn't been in the best of form lately, but a man of his talents should never be 30/1 to win a non-major golf tournament.
Usually one of the most consistent players on the TOUR, Cantlay is another who will see this week as prep for a PGA Championship push in two weeks time!
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Wells Fargo Championship Dark Horse🔮
Another guy who looks to be over the odds with the books, Jason Day won this event as recently as 2018, posting the third lowest winning total at the event in the process.
The 2015 PGA Champion loves playing in this tournament, having also finished in a respectable T24 when this tournament was last played in 2019.
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The Aussies have been on a good run of late and one guy who would love to join the party is certainly Jason Day.
At 60/1, you could do much, much worse, with the odds for the former champ to finish in the Top-10 also quite appealing!
Check out the highlights from his win at this very tournament here👇
2021 Dark Horse record:
Sungjae Im @ Sentry TOC – T5 (Top 5)
Marc Leishman @ Sony Open – T4 (Top 5)
Cameron Champ @ AmEx – CUT
Corey Conners @ Farmers – T37
Jason Day @ Phoenix – CUT
Harold Varner @ Pebble – CUT
Cameron Smith @ Genesis – 4th (Top 5)
Collin Morikawa @ WGC Workday – WIN
Marc Leishman @ AP Invitational – CUT
Tommy Fleetwood @ PLAYERS - CUT
J.T. Poston @ Honda - CUT
Rafa Campos @ Texas - T34
Marc Leishman @ Masters - T5 (Top 5)
Luke Donald @ Heritage - CUT
Hoffman/Watney @ Zurich - T11
Charley Hoffman @ Valspar - T18
As you can see, we've now had five dark horses place in the Top-5 this season, including an outright winner!
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