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There are many reasons why we enjoy the PGA Tour. We get to watch some of the best players in the world compete week in and week out. New names emerge and some forgotten ones come back to life. Most of all, we love the Tour because it takes just a short hiatus before returning for the next season.
Things kick off this weekend with the Fortinet Championship at the Silverado Resort and Spa in Napa California. Last year’s defending champion, Max Homa, is in the field this week. He will be competing against the likes of Corey Conners, Hideki Matsuyama, and Maverick McNealy; to name a few of the pre-tournament favorites for this event.
Best Available Odds: -130 at DraftKings
Mullinax has failed to make the cut in all 3 of his starts here over the last 5 years. There was not much to pick from in regard to the Make/Miss Cut props.
Many players were juiced up on both sides but here we find value on a guy with terrible course history and is plus money to head home before the weekend again this year.
Over the last 5 years, Chez has finished 33rd on two different occasions. And those 33rd place finishes are his worst in the same 5-year stretch. He was 28th last year and 3rd the year prior.
His other finish was a 13th place finish in 2018. We are getting plus money on a guy that has yet to fall outside the Top 40 at this course.
Streelman missed the cut in 2020 but has finished inside the top 25 in his other 3 starts here. While we could get more value on a top 30 or even top 20, we like getting 1.5 to 1 on this top 40 play.
Like Streelman, Hoge also missed the cut in 2020 but has finished inside the top 40 here in his other 4 starts. His best finish was 17th in 2019 and while we don’t see him cracking the top 20, a top 40 finish here at even money is certainly worth a play.
Hossler has certainly not lived up to the potential that many had for him after a strong rookie season showing. However, he has excelled here in Napa in his 2 previous starts.
He finished 23rd in 2021 and last year he picked up a 16th place finish. At almost 5 to 1 to sneak inside that top 20 again is screaming value.