Players to Fade This Week (who will frustrate) Caddie: Bryson DeChambeau

I love what he’s finished with his game, and I’ve seen it very close. He’s difficult all the naysayers and has made crazy increases. In any case, this isn’t a bomb-and-measure track. You can’t compromise here like you can at Colonial. I think he’ll attempt to push the issue excessively and he’ll battle at Harbor Town, as it requests a lot of exactness off the tee, and he’s probably going to get into some dubious spots with his crazy ball speed.

Mayo: Hideki Matsuyama (28-1) — Yes, I know: Hideki was en fuego at the Players after one round. In any case, how about we recall that: He despite everything hasn’t won since 2017. What’s more, he generally performs more regrettable on Bermuda greens, and putting isn’t his solid suit all things considered. These precarious Pete Dye greens don’t coordinate his qualities.

Gdula: Jordan Spieth (35-1) — Spieth made some commotion a week ago however did everything on the green. That is not a four-putt joke. He increased 8.6 strokes putting and simply 0.1 tee to green. That is an impractical formula for progress. No doubt, Spieth was in conflict for a long time, however he lost methodology strokes, and that is not what he was doing when he was playing at his best a couple of years prior. He’s overinflated this week after an extraordinary putting execution. I love Spieth, however I despite everything can’t wager him.

Gehman: Jordan Spieth (35-1) — Again, I concur with Brandon! Spieth’s chances have hopped from 50-1 a week ago to 33-1, yet I’m not getting it. He gave us the full “Jordan Spieth Experience” a week ago, at the same time resembling the best player on earth and the most exceedingly awful player on earth. By the day’s end, he is as yet increasing an excessive measure of strokes on the greens (8.61 a week ago) and his ball-striking didn’t hold up in end of the week pressure.

Riccio: Brooks Koepka (40-1) — He didn’t look extremely sharp a week ago and has positively no course history at Harbor Town. He needs a couple of more occasions added to his repertoire to return to his ordinary self.

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