Patrick Reed, yes Patrick Reed got it done last week at the Northern Trust and vaulted himself into 2nd in the Fed Ex Cup Playoffs. Now, we head to Chicago, to Medinah for the BMW Championship. The field is down to 69 players this week (Kevin Na WD). There is no cut this week, so unless more WD all 4 guys will make some money this week. Let’s see who the guys like in the 2nd to last event of the season with the 2019 BMW Championship PGA OAD Picks.
|Last WK $||$21,354||$0||$129,500||$129,500|
|Last WK PK||Woodland||Rickie||Webb||Webb|
|This WK PK||Finau||Casey||Kisner||Poulter|
Bubba (@bdentrek) – Ian Poulter
Poulter comes into the BMW Championship in great form. He’s finished 10th and 8th in his last 2 events. He finished 9th here in 2006 for the PGA. His approach game is on point and is a huge factor in success at Medinah. Poulter also has experience here during the Ryder Cup. Poulter won’t be wavered by a challenging week and makes for a great play this week. (Also, I’ve used pretty much all the big guns already this season)
Rob (@AllDayEvery365) – Paul Casey
Good with the approach game and took the first week off for the playoffs, I’m going with Casey. Don’t have many options left before next week, but Casey’s form has been top notch. He’s gained strokes OTT and APP in all measured tournaments since his last MC at the Players and actually found a way to gain strokes on the green in three of his last four. He’s top 9 in Approach in every measured stage in the rolling report (4-100 rounds) so I’m just hoping the no cut allows him to go out and make some birdies.
Jesse (@DFSGolfGods) – Kevin Kisner
For the BWM Championship I will be using Kevin Kisner. He is flying under the radar even though his last 3 finishes have all improved on one another culminating with a 12th place finish last week. This course should also suit his eye. Best of luck to those with a chance at some money! Finish strong!!!