We’re down to the penultimate leg of the FedExCup Playoff with the 2017 BMW Championship at the Conway Farms Golf Club.
As the season nears its conclusion, now’s the time to start placing stakes on golfers who give more bang for your buck than usual. As such, let’s hear it from a handful of experts below on who they believe can prevail victorious at Lake Forest, Illinois, all the while netting you a hefty return in the process.
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2017 BMW Championship Expert Sleeper Picks
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Ben Coley of Sporting Life provided a lengthy analysis for this week’s tournament and ultimately went with Justin Rose (+3,000) as his top pick to win at Conway Farms.
Coley sees the Englishman, who’s currently ranked 10th in birdie average on the Tour, to pull through with his first win late this season. Having back-to-back T10 finishes over the past couple of tournaments also speaks highly of Rose’s chances of winning this week.
Golf News Net
The folks over at Golf News Net, meanwhile, sided with Paul Casey at +2,000 as this week’s winner given the 40-year-old’s propensity to exceed expectations come playoff time.
Case in point: Casey finished solo fifth at The Northern Trust and followed that up with a T4 at the Dell Technologies Championship. In fact, the Gloucestershire native has four top-five finishes over the last six tournaments and has finished no worse than 13th during this stretch.
We here at TopBet provided a couple of sleeper candidates in our complete preview, with Phil Mickelson (+6,500) and Daniel Berger (+5,500) each getting nods as value picks.
All-time great Mickelson is coming to form again, having just finished tied for sixth at TPC Boston last week. Lefty’s experience playing in big-game tournaments is a valuable asset that few golfers can boast of.
As for Berger, his solo-second finish at Conway Farms the last time out puts him in a position to bounce back from a handful of rough outings of late. Although the 11th-ranked FedExCup contender hasn’t had a top-five finish since mid-July, he’s also not far from his win at the St. Jude Classic and his solo-second finish at the Travelers Championship; both tournaments that were held in the month of June.
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