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2017 PGA Tour Championship Expert Sleeper Picks and Predictions

2017 PGA Tour Championship Expert Sleeper Picks and Predictions


The 2017 FedEx Cup Playoffs are set to conclude with the Tour Championship. While Jordan Spieth is unsurprisingly the favorite, there are a handful of players in this deep and talented field who are capable of springing a surprise.

Let’s see which players some top golf experts have picked as their Tour Championship sleepers.

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2017 PGA Tour Championship Expert Sleeper Picks

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Jeff Babineau – Gary Woodland

Babineau likes Woodland (+4,000) because of his experience at East Lake, as well as his ability to drive the ball well off the tee. Woodland has also had fairly good success on the course, as he’s finished in the top 10 in his last two starts.

Brentley Romine – Xander Schauffele

Romine has Schauffele as his Rookie of the Year, not to mention his sleeper for the Tour Championship. Schauffele is priced at +6,600 to get the win at East Lake.


Mike Randleman of has given a trio of his potential sleepers: Webb Simpson (+3,500), Tony Finau (+5,000), and Patrick Cantlay (+3,300).

Randleman notes the terrific consistency his picks have shown lately. All three have made 12 consecutive cuts. Simpson’s form, in particular, has been notable as he has three top-10 finishes in his last four tournaments. Meanwhile, Randleman is in awe of Cantlay, who has skyrocketed up the rankings at such a short period of time.

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Kyle Porter of CBS Sports has also gone with Patrick Cantlay (+3,300) as his guy. Porter notes that Cantlay is No. 7 on tour in terms of strokes gained, and in a tournament that doesn’t exactly have any real “sleepers,” Cantlay could be able to work his magic and win it all at East Lake.

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