Another fantastic MAJOR Week in the books. Congrats to Jon Rahm, who was outstanding on Sunday, with two huge birdies to finish the round and win his first US Open. It was a great tournament all around for golf fans and the guys here as we had three Rahm picks, and all five picks finished in the Top 5. Now the PGA Tour heads to the Northeast for the Travelers Championship. It is a pretty loaded field for a week after a major and should be a fun one. Let’s see who the guys like this week in the weekly PGA OAD picks. 

Total Money$6,674,336.00$5,251,329.00$4,863,453.00$3,415,677.00$3,057,562.00
Last Week Money$2,250,000.00$2,250,000.00$2,250,000.00$498,176.00$498,176.00
Last Week PickJon RahmJon RahmJon RahmCollin MorikawaBrooks Koepka
This Week PickBryson DeChambeauHarris EnglishHarris EnglishKevin StreelmanPaul Casey

Ruvy (@MichaelRuvolo) – Harris English

Well, the Rahm pick turned out to be pretty decent. So this week, I’m sticking with the hot player and going with Harris English. Again, off back to back very good finishes; English looks ready for another win. The emotional high of the 3rd place finish at the US Open might be too much, but I think he will have a decent week with the opportunity down the stretch to win.

Kevin (@KevinsDelight) – Bryson DeChambeau

Great to see Jon Rahm get us the OAD W last week at Torrey Pines. I need a big run here, so I’m going with a guy I don’t expect a letdown.  BROOKSIE DECHAMBEAU!!!  Who knows what DJ, Koepka will do as it’s a regular event and could pull eject cord come Friday.  Bryson wants to win all the time.  I’ll take DeChamp for back two back W’s

Jesse (@DFSGolfGods) – Paul Casey

Congrats to everyone who had Rahm last week, including pretty much all the guys in this article.  This week I am using Paul Casey.  He is coming off a great weekend and has had plenty of success around this course, with 4 top 5s in his last six starts.  Best of luck!

Bubba (@bdentrek) – Harris English

Last season English took the PGA DFS world by storm with a great finish after the great finish. Then he hit a wall, and all faith was lost. Well, let’s just say the faith has been restored. With a solid 3rd at Torrey last week and a 14th at Palmetto, that now give English five straight made cuts and six of his previous seven. He is striking the ball great and should set up nicely this week. He has had a bad history here but was also a different golfer then. So I am rolling with English to get another Top 10 finish and run hot as we make a late push up the standings. 

Rob (@AllDayEvery365) – Kevin Streelman

I went with the non-Raymond week and got burned. I thought he’d be high-owned, was, and still won. Either way, a good week for Morikawa. Back on the east coast going with a vet who has his game in a spot in Kevin Streelman. A former winner who has played well in the last two majors, and I’m just hoping the fatigue doesn’t set in