The PGA Tour heads north to the Donald Ross designed Detroit Golf Club and it shapes as a long awaited breakthrough for regular major contender Will Zalatoris.
A maiden win is surely coming soon for Will Zalatoris, who is yet to taste success on the PGA Tour yet has finished Top 6 in three of the four majors this year. He leads the Tour in Strokes Gained: Approach and ranks 6th in GIR. Finished Top 15 at the Sanderson Farms last year. Nine Top 15s this year.
Veteran who has thrived here with two Top 8 finishes the last two years. That shouldn’t surprise with the Wyndham Championship the best guide: Kisner won at Sedgefield last year and was third the year prior. Kisner ranks Top 12 in Strokes Gained: Putting and in Strokes Gained: Donald Ross Courses. Recent form strong with a T-21 at The Open and a T-6 at the Travelers.
Veteran Matt Kuchar is absolutely outstanding value at near triple figures this week. Kuchar is the best short-game proponent on Tour leading the the PGA Tour in Scrambling and Strokes Gained: Around The Green. Also ranks 4th in Bogey Avoidance, 8th in Par 4 Scoring and 9th in Strokes Gained: Putting. Form is strong with eight straight cuts including two Top 3s back in April.
South African-cum-Slovakian who contended in Tokyo at the 2021 Olympics. Sabbatini has a great record at Donald Ross courses ranking third in the field in strokes gained on his designs. Sabbatini ranks 14th in Strokes Gained: Around The Green. Top 12 finishes in the 2020 Sanderson Farms and 2021 Wyndham are excellent guides.