The 2022 the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide will be underway this week. Jon Rahm, Rory McIlroy, and Patrick Cantlay are among the top golfers expected to have success at Muirfield Village Golf Club, but here are three sleepers who could be making even louder noises there. Check out some of the sleepers in the 2022 the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide below.
Top 3 High Value Sleepers and Sleeper Picks and Predictions for the 2022 Memorial Tournament PGA Golf Tournament Running from June 2-5 2022
Where: Muirfield Village Golf Club, Dublin
When: June 2-5, 2022
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TV Broadcast: GOLFTV
Matt Kuchar (+7500)
The 43-year-old pro out of Winterpark, Florida is ranked only 83rd in the world, but he’s been silently putting together a sound campaign in the 2021-22 PGA TOUR – especially of late. He is currently riding a streak of six made cuts in a row, during which he posted a T2 at the 2022 Valero Texas Open and a T3 at the 2022 RBC Heritage. In the same span, he recorded a T12 at the AT&T Byron Nelson, too. With 12 made cuts in 15 starts and three top 10s this season, Kuchar, at his price, is teeming with value.
Aaron Wise (+7000)
After a cut in each of his first two tries at the Muirfield Village Golf Club, Wise finally sort of solved the course with a T9 at the Memorial Tournament last year As for his form this season, he’s gone 12 of 16 so far with three top 10s and seven top 25s. His best finish to date this season is a T5 at the 2021 THE CJ CUP @ SUMMIT. He’s made the cut in all of his last four starts, which includes the 2022 Mexico Open at Vidanta, where he posted a T6.
Keegan Bradley (+7000)
Ranked 46th in the world, Bradley isn’t usually among the golfers off the top of casual golf fans’ minds, and that’s a key ingredient to his sleeper status. Bradley has gone 14 of 17 this season and has made the cut in all of his last five starts. Even better, he has sneaked all the way to the top 5 in two of his last four starts and into the top 10 in three starts over the same stretch. He came close to winning his first start of the season when he finished with a T2 at the 2022 Wells Fargo Championship earlier in May. He had a T48 at the 2022 PGA Championship, but he’s consistently battled back to a much respectable finish in tournaments after a pedestrian performance. When he had a T32 at the 2021 THE CJ CUP @ SUMMIT, he followed that up with a T7 at the 0221 ZOZO Championship. In another case, he had a T11 at the 2022 Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard after a T48 at the 2022 The Genesis Invitational.
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