The 2021 Memorial Tournament is coming right up this week, with Jon Rahm looking to defend the crown he won at Muirfield Village Golf Club in 2020. Rahm is definitely among the favorites, but will a dark horse win it all on Sunday? We have three tasty sleepers listed below. Check them all out now.
Top 3 High Value Sleepers and Sleeper Picks and Predictions for the 2021 Memorial Tournament Golf Tournament Running from June 3-6 2021
Where: Muirfield Village Golf Club, Dublin
When: June 3-6, 2021
Lines: View all 2021 Memorial Tournament lines
TV Broadcast: GOLFTV
Corey Conners (+3000)
Conners finished with a T20 over the weekend in the 2021 Charles Schwab Challenge, which meant that he’s successfully extended his streak of made cuts to 10 starts, dating back to his solo third-place finish in the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard in March. On the season, Conners has missed the cut just three times in 22 starts. He has also made the top 10 a total of seven times. Conners has two starts at Muirfield Village Golf Club in his PGA TOUR career, debuting there with a 65th-place finish in 2019 before a much better 22nd-place finish in 2020. Conners is seventh on the Tour in scoring average (69.942) and 12th in greens in regulations percentage (71.08%).
Kevin Na (+12500)
Na is having some consistency problem of late. After a T12 in the Masters Tournament, he missed the cut in the RBC Heritage, then went with a T29 after that in the Valspar Championship. He missed the cut again in the PGA Championship before a T32 in the Charles Schwab Challenge. Will he break the trend this week at Muirfield Village Golf Club? Let’s just say that he has two top 10s and seven made cuts in nine career starts there. Last year, he finished ninth in the 2020 Memorial Tournament.
Charley Hoffman (+4500)
Stop sleeping on Hoffman. The 44-year-old pro has been on a tear since missing the cut in the Waste Management Phoenix Open back in February. Since then, he’s gone 11 of 11 with four top 10s during that stretch. That includes his T3 in the Charles Schwab Challenge just last week. He has also cracked the top 20 in all of his last six starts, with a solo second in the Valero Texas Open.
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