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2021 WGC Championship Sleepers and Sleeper Picks and Predictions

2021 WGC Championship Sleepers and Sleeper Picks and Predictions

Almost all of the world’s top 50 golfers will be down in Florida this week to play at the 2021World Golf Championships-Workday Championship, the first WGC event of the current PGA Tour season. Guys like Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, and Brooks Koepka will be among the top attractions but don’t sleep on these three golfers making noise at the Concession Golf Club in Bradenton.

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Top 3 High-Value Sleepers and Sleeper Picks and Predictions for the 2021 WGC Championship

Where: The Concession Golf Club – Bradenton, Florida

When: February 25-28, 2021

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Lee Westwood (odds to win)

Westwood has not seen action in the PGA Tour for quite some time now, as he last teed off on the Tour back in November when he missed the cut at the RSM Classic. He did start the season on a great note, though, finishing with a T13 at the US Open. Westwood topped the European Tour last year by clinching the Race to Dubai title.

Louis Oosthuizen (odds to win)

Oosthuizen has not won a tournament so far on the season, but he appears to be on track to get one before all is said and done this year. Oosthuizen has made the cut six times in seven starts and even had a respectable T11 at the Waste Management Phoenix Open earlier this month, which was the last time he saw action. He started the season on a good note, finishing solo third in the US Open before a T19 in the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Oosthuizen is currently 11th this season in eagles (holes per) with a 78.0 clip.

Jason Kokrak (odds to win)

Kokrak has one win this season, having snatched the crown in THE CJ CUP @ SHADOW CREEK back in October. He’s had ups and downs, as he had consecutive missed cuts in the Masters and the in The RSM Classic, but since then, Kokrak has gone a perfect 4 of 4 in his next four starts. Last week, he went with a T32 in the Genesis Invitational.


Will one of the high-value sleeper picks above will actually win this weekend’s PGA event? View the complete betting preview for the 2021 WHC Championship, which also includes a look at the favorites, long shots, and our editor’s pick for who will hoist the hardware at day’s end.

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