We are close to the first regular PGA Tour event after the PGA Championship. The Charles Schwab Challenge will see some of the best golfers in the world, including Justin Thomas, the PGA Championship winner, and Scottie Scheffler the world’s number one ranked player. Check out our top sports betting sites to bet on this weekend’s Golf.
Colonial Country Club is the main stage, with players like Collin Morikawa and Will Zalatoris aiming to win this week. Jason Kokrak, who won the event last season, also featured in the star-studded fields and is looking to win back-to-back at the Charles Schwab Challenge. These are the three golfers that you might be missing this week, according to The Grueling Truth. They have a high chance of success at the Colonial.
After a very impressive final round at the PGA Championship last Thursday, Tommy Fleetwood will be smiling from ear to ear ahead of the Charles Schwab Challenge in Texas.
Fleetwood finished on -3 par with a final round of 67, two shots behind Justin Thomas and Will Zalatoris who were competing in a playoff. The Englishman looked at his best and this was a great showing. His driving skills were flawless, and so was his ability to play around the greens.
Fleetwood seems to consistently be at the top of the leaderboards when his putter is hot. We think that Fleetwood could have a chance to be successful at Colonial this week, thanks to his excellent week at Southern Hills, and the spectacular putting performance on the last day. Fort Worth is not going to sleep on him this week!
Abraham Ancer, like Fleetwood, put in another outstanding performance last week at 104th PGA Championship. He shot a consistent 72-holes. This is why we picked him as one of our sleeper selections for the Charles Schwab Challenge.
Another Top 10 finish for the Mexican golfing star was achieved by Ancer, who finished on -1 par following four rounds at Southern Hills last Thursday. Ancer had a very poor final round and would have been in the running for the win if his putter was hot on Sunday afternoon.
Overall, it was a great week of golf for Ancer. He comes to Texas as a relative outsider but will be able to win. We agree with him here at The Grueling Truth. He is our second sleeper choice for Colonial this week because it suits his game and lower flight.
Although Tom Hoge is not a name most golf fans are familiar with, he has shown this season that he can hang around with the best on the PGA Tour week after week.
Hoge currently sits at eighth in FedEx Cup standings. He has many top 10’s already. Hoge is also fresh from a Top 10 finish in the PGA Championship. This shows that he can play with the best players around the world.
Tom Hoge won his maiden PGA Tour tournament earlier this season when he won at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. The famous course was once home to the US Open. We don’t see why Hoge can’t win the Texas Pro-Am this week. Our final and third sleeper pick for the Charles Schwab Challenge.
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