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2021 Valero Texas Open Sleeper Picks and Predictions

2021 Valero Texas Open Sleeper Picks and Predictions

The 2021 Masters Tournament is fast approaching but before that, we’ll witness the action down in San Antonio, Texas, where the 2021 Valero Texas Open will be staged this week. Dustin Johnson has withdrawn from the event, which means a better opportunity for some of the deemed sleepers to swoop in and get a win this weekend. Check out three of those sleepers below.

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Top 3 High-Value Sleepers and Sleeper Picks and Predictions for the 2021 Valero Texas Open

Where: TPC San Antonio (Oaks Course) – San Antonio, TX

When: April 1–4, 2021

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Keegan Bradley (+5000)

Bradley did not see action at the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play, so he’ll come into this week’s event down in San Antonio fresh. He last saw action in the Honda Classic where he finished with a T30. In 15 starts this season, Bradley has two top 10s and four top 25s with six missed cuts. His best finish so far this season was a T4 at the Sanderson Farms Championship way back in October of 2020, though he recently cracked the top 10 in the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard. Bradley finished ninth back in the 2011 Valero Texas Open.

Ryan Moore (+5500)

Moore should be a tasty sleeper for golf bettors this week. Moore has always been a strong performer at the TPC San Antonio. In four career PGA TOUR starts there, Moore has finished inside the top 10 three times. That includes his solo third-place finish in the 2019 edition of the tournament. Moore has made the cut just twice in six starts this season, so not many are looking his way, but that shouldn’t stop people from noticing him — at least for this tournament.

Tom Hoge (+10000)

Hoge has been busy this season, with 17 starts, though he’s made the cut just nine times and missed last week’s World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play. Hoge’s best finish this season was a T3 in the Mayakoba Golf Classic presented by UNIFIN. He’s missed the cut in his last two starts at the TPC San Antonio, but he went nine there during the 2016 Valero Texas Open.

Prefer more of a “sure thing” and want to know who the favorites are? Or do you want to score a huge windfall on a long shot? Read our complete betting preview along with our picks and predictions for the Valero Texas Open 2021.

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