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The key for his chances will not be his driver but whether he is able to lay up effectively as we saw him miss fairways with iron in hand with some regularity at Southern Hills. If he does this and avoids awkward lies, Woods should make his way through to the weekend and find his name on the second or third page of the leaderboard. Lowest round: 64 -8 Winning score: Winner's Sunday score: 68 -4 Who will win The Open Championship, and which long shots will stun the golfing world?
Visit SportsLine now to see the projected leaderboard and optimal picks , all from the model that's nailed eight golf majors, including this year's Masters. Chip Patterson, writer Winner -- Cameron Smith : After a blazing start to , we've seen Smith cool off a bit including a missed cut at the U. Open , but he still checks way too many boxes for this event to ignore his ability to contend. You have to be creative and sharp with your wedges and putter in this championship, especially at the Old Course.
Smith has an excellent short game and is a plus-value player in windy conditions; he won't be trying to keep up with the big hitters off the tee. Smith had one bad round at the Scottish Open but still finished T10 thanks to three rounds of 68 or better. That tells me he's links ready and poised to win his first major championship. Sleeper -- Robert MacIntyre : The recent form is not inspiring, I'll admit, but I'm not as focused on the three missed cuts in the last four starts as much as MacIntyre's Open Championship experience and performance at majors in general.
He's just 25, but MacIntyre has two top finishes in as many Open Championship starts and has not missed a cut in nine career major championship appearances. Outside of those two tops at the Open, MacIntyre's next-best finishes have been at the Masters T12 in , T23 in Strong finishes at those championships bode well for a star on the rise, and I think the Scotland native will have something special for this week at St.
Top 10 lock -- Rory McIlroy: When a generational golf talent is having one of his best years in nearly a decade, you don't overthink the prediction. A top 10 finish is the floor for McIlroy this week, and given his form there's lots of different ways to get there. He could make his now-patented Sunday charge up the leaderboard or be sitting in one of the final groups with a shot to win on the weekend.
Either way, it's pacing towards McIlroy finishing in the top 10 of all four majors in a single year for the first time in his career. Star who definitely won't win -- Patrick Cantlay: Fading the No. In seven major starts since the beginning of , Cantlay has no tops and three missed cuts, including one at the last Open. Andrews, but I think our finish will be much tighter this year and even match the thrilling playoff finish in There's great depth among the game's top stars right now and the way the course concludes with No.
Tiger Woods prediction -- Early Sunday tee time with coffee golf thrills: I think we see Tiger grind his way to a made cut on Friday then ping-pong between birdies and bogeys throughout Saturday before making a mini-charge as he empties the tank on Sunday. It might not be a full round of vintage Tiger, but I think a solid Sunday gets him inside the top 30 on the final leaderboard. Smith's driver is the only club in the bag that gives him fits. Thankfully, the weather is supposedly calm this week and they're playing this tournament in a big field!
Greg DuCharme pointed out on Twitter that, in , every top finisher at St. Andrews finished outside top 84 in driving accuracy. Looking at his skill profile on DataGolf, it's a perfect fit for the Old Course. He is far above the PGA Tour average in strokes gained putting, around the green and approach.
Hopefully, this momentum traveled with him across the Firth of Forth. The links should be a familiar for for the Irishman whose had great form lately. Power is an excellent short-game player with power no pun intended off the tee. You can knock him for his occasional lack of accuracy, but that shouldn't be a problem at a wide-open Old Course. Top 10 lock -- Max Homa: It's tough to find a player more likable than Homa. We've been spoiled by superstars coming onto the scene at young ages and winning majors early and often in their careers.
Homa's route to PGA Tour dominance has been more old school. At age 31, he's turning into a world-class player. His last missed cut came at the Farmers Insurance Open back in January! With little rain in the forecast this week and a constant strong breeze, between mph predicted throughout the four days, with gusts potentially up to 30mph, we could get a course with a little fire in it by the time the weekend rolls around. Though strong iron-play is always a plus, I expect with those potentially firmer conditions and constant, if not always severe wind, that the tournament will be won and lost on and around the greens.
Min Woo Lee excelled most in these areas last year, particularly around-the-greens, where he ranked 2nd in the field, along with 17th in putting and 21st in approach. This also the story with Thomas Detry and Matt Fitzpatrick, who lost the playoff to Lee last year, Detry ranking 1st in approach, 7th in scrambling and 14th on the greens, whilst Fitzpatrick ranked 19th in approach, excelling with the short game, ranking 1st both in putting and scrambling.
These areas appear in those contenders the year prior, despite the contrasting scoring conditions. Aaron Rai ranked 4th in scrambling, 8th around-the-greens and 23rd in each of approach and putting. Whilst Tommy Fleetwood led the field around-the-greens, this time combining it with a strong driving display. With this it would be sensible to consider any form in Scotland, mainly at the Alfred Dunhill Links, or previous Scottish Opens.
Form at the Irish Open can also work but not all years, as recent renewals have been staged at more parkland setups. The , and editions, played at Portstewart, Ballyliffin and Lahinch worth consideration. Also worth looking at the British Masters at Hillside Golf Club, another links meets woodland type golf course. Outside of form in Britain and Ireland, it may pay to check out form in the Middle East. A couple more in Europe to consider are the Dutch Open, particularly the last two years at the very linksy Bernardus Golf, designed by Kingsbarns designer Kyle Phillips.
Most renewals have been played on linksy courses. The Made in Denmark, played at Himmerland Golf Resort every year since , barring appeals the most, as an event with clear links similarities. Bernd Wiesberger a two-time winner there providing a strong link. Links form often correlates nicely with both events. Though there are still a few ways in. Shane Lowry and Tommy Fleetwood, strong links players themselves, both possessing good form there too.
In addition to this I like form in Texas, as events there are often windy. Both courses are by the ocean and contain their fair share of holes exposed to the blustery conditions. Rory McIlroy the only player missing. It remains to be seen whether these top players will change from using this event as prep for the big one next week or treating this as a huge title in its own right.
Selections This was a tough event to work out. Tommy is low-key putting together a solid, consistent year. His best effort came when finishing 5th in the PGA Championship, with two further top 10s in the shape of an 8th place finish in Saudi at the start of the year and 10th at the Porsche European Open two starts ago.
Something that appealed greatly this week. On the PGA Tour this season, Fleetwood ranks 9th around-the-greens, 28th in scrambling and 37th in putting. This combination of an excellent short-game and solid long-game looks perfect for this week if the conditions that are forecast to arrive do so. Hailing from Southport in the North-West of England, Fleetwood handling links golf or links-like conditions is not a surprise.
As he said here in , he just loves these conditions. With a terrific short-game and irons that have been firing for much of this year, I expect him to take to the Renaissance Club on his first try.
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