2011 Wells Fargo Championship Picks:
Pick 1: Nick Watney E/W @ 22/1 (general) Certain stats are key this week at the Wells Fargo Championships and inputting those into a golf predictor model I sometimes use, Watney is right up at the top for the most important of them and can't be ignored. Decent course form and already a winner for Nic's Picks this year.
Pick 2: Martin Laird E/W @ 35/1 (general) The aforementioned stats include bogey avoidance, par 4 performance, scrambling and driving distance and Laird is another that pops up all over the predictor. Both he and Watney were already in mind and Laird has been really consistent this year. Again, already a winner this year for me and could contend at the Wells Fargo Championships...
Pick 3: Rickie Fowler E/W @ 40/1 (Totesport) The Wells Fargo championship at Quail Hollow is a really tough test of golf and the cream usually come to the fore. Rickie Fowler put in a good performance here last year in his rookie season and often thrives on the tougher courses. Off the back of a decent performance last week at the Zurich.
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Pick 4: Webb Simpson E/W @ 55/1 (BET365) Another who features in the aforementioned predictor model and has the game to really do well here with his driving ability and scrambling stats. On top of his game at the moment, narrowly missing out to Bubba last week. Huge price given the variables this week.
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Pick 5: Brendan De Jonge E/W @ 66/1(PP) continuing the theme of the players with the stats to attack the Quail Hollow course this week and De Jonge certainly has those. Good scrambler and solid driver of the ball has been simmering of late and not afraid to challenge in big company.
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