The FedEx Cup Playoffs kick off this week with the 2022 FedEx St. Jude Championship at TPC Southwind in Memphis. The playoff field is filled with the best golfers from around the globe, all competing for a chance at the $18million prize.
Which golfers are the most value at the FedEx St. Jude Championship. Which props are valuable?
Anita Marks and Chris Fallica are betting analysts. David Bearman is the deputy editor for sports betting and the Caddie is the Caddie. Michael CollinsThese tips will help you win this weekend.
Except where noted, odds courtesy of Caesars Sportsbook
You can win with your bets
Bearman/Fallicas picks are to win (16-1); top-10 finish (+140).
Bearman: Its time for the Open Champion to be reintroduced, who has not played since last months triumph at St. Andrews. The No. The No. 2 player in the FedEx Cup standings had a T5 at this hole last year, and topped the field with a second round 62. He was right there at final, but missed the playoff due to an error shot on the last hole. TPC Southwind also saw him finish T12 in 2019. Smith won earlier this season at TPC Sawgrass. This course is similar to the one in Memphis, with fast Bermuda greens and penal rough, as well as double-digit water hazards. According to PGA Tour, Smith is leading the PGA Tour in shots taken on Bermuda greens during the last 36 holes. Fantasynational.com. He is also 11th overall in shots gained, third on approach, and one of the best putters in the world (first overall in putting average, fourth overall). He set a PGA Tour record last year with just 18 putts during the second round. Hes now the PLAYERS Championship and Open Champion winner and is ready to compete for the FedEx Cup.
Fallica:Smith was unflappable at The Open and PLAYERS Championship, two of the most difficult fields this year. His performance on TPC Courses is outstanding. You know he will make many birdies with his combination of approach, putting and strategy. He was fifth at TPC Southwind last year.