Another week of PGA Tour action in the books. The Wells Fargo did not disappoint, especially with Rory McIlroy returning to the winner’s circle. There was a lot of carnage with some big names missing the weekend, which was evident with only Jesse cashing this week. We move on to Texas for the AT&T Byron Nelson. Another full-field event, but this time the heralded tournament finds a new home at TPC Craig’s Ranch. It should be a fun one with low scores and a lot of Texas narrative talk. Let’s see who the guys like this week with the weekly PGA OAD picks.

Total Money$4,221,478.00$2,798,406.00$2,447,247.00$2,769,819.00$2,267,342.00
Last Week Money$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$273,375.00
Last Week PickRickie Fowler
Max HomaWill ZalatorisPatrick Reed
This Week PickDominick BozzelliDoug GhimScottie SchefflerScottie SchefflerMarc Leishman

Kevin (@KevinsDelight) – Dominick Bozzelli 

I am phoning a friend this week.  Monday outing, member-member, other junk at work.  I’ll call into my buddies on TOUR for a flier…Dominick Bozzelli it is.  Why I don’t know.  Do I care? Not really.  Let’s hope this guy doesn’t WD!

Ruvy (@MichaelRuvolo) – Doug Ghim

Well, I guess I messed up last week, although it didn’t matter. I had already used Finau i guess. This week I’m going for a long shot hoping for the best. I’m going with UT alumn Doug Ghim. If he finds an average putter he has a chance. I bet him, so why not go with him when I need to make up some ground.

Rob (@AllDayEvery365) – Scottie Scheffler 

Willy Z was a dud last week and never had it, but good news for everyone, Rory is back. This week, the PGA tune-up we’re going with Scottie Scheffler. The Texas resident has been solid off the tee, and with little to no information about this course, keeping it in play is always a good idea.

Jesse (@DFSGolfGods) – Marc Leishman 

Reed could sneak in for a solid top 10 last week for some cash, but we still need a win badly.  With so many unknowns about the new course this week, I am not willing to use the super elites up top of the betting boards.  I am going to us Marc Leishman.  He tends to play well in Texas and is coming off a very solid 5th at The Masters.  Best of luck!

Bubba (@bdentrek) – Scottie Scheffler

Let’s go with the Texas narrative like so many others will. I have missed back-to-back cuts, and to be honest, it stings. So let’s go Scheffler. A golfer that has played this course many times, even in tournament formats. He comes in playing solid golf as well, with a 29 at the Valspar and 18 at the Masters. Scheffler will likely be a popular pick, but we won’t care as that seven-digit check will be quite nice when he wins.