Jon Rahm has withdrawn his commitment to play in the World Golf Championships -FedEx St. Jude Invitational 2021 because of a positive COVID-19 test again, which also means that the race to the top at TPC Southwind is wider now. Will any of the sleepers we have listed below take advantage of the slim field?
Top 3 High Value Sleepers and Sleeper Picks and Predictions for the 2021 World Golf Championships-FedEx St. Jude Invitational Golf Tournament Running from August 5-8 2021
Where: TPC Southwind, Memphis, Tennessee
When: August 5-8, 2021
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TV Broadcast: GOLFTV
Max Homa (+12500)
Ranked 40th in the world, Max Homa is starting to get on the groove again. After missed cuts in the US Open 2021 and in the Travelers Championship 2021 back to back, Homa has played in the weekend in his next two starts. He was a T25 in the Rocket Mortgage Classic 2021 and T40 in The Open Championship 2021. This season, he has five top 10s and 16 made cuts in 25 total starts. His lone win so far occurred in February in The Genesis Invitational 2021.
Stewart Cink (+12500)
It’s easy to overlook Cink. After all, he has missed the cut in both of his last two starts (Travelers Championship, 3M Open). However, it should not be forgotten that the man has two wins this season. He topped the field in the Safeway Open 2020 and then again in the RBC Heritage 2021. Boosting confidence for bettors looking to lay money on Cink is the fact that he’s finished inside the top 10 in each of his last two starts at TPC Southwind.
Lucas Glover (+15000)
Glover missed the cut in his last PGA TOUR start, scoring 75 and 70 in the first two rounds, respectively, of The Open Championship 2021, but prior to that, he won the John Deer Classic 2021. On the season, Glover has four top 10s and seven top 25s. He has made the cut 17 times in 26 starts. He has not cracked the top 40 at TPC Southwind in three appearances there, but he is 3 of 3 in his last three starts there.
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