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Tony was here last year as he was in the most positions finishing in 8th place
Tony was here last year as he was in the most positions finishing in 8th place

The following is our best line-up for the World Wide Championship Technical Championship as predicted by golfers this week:

Tony Finau ($10,600)

Compared to Bermuda this week has a very reputable field, with six players currently in the top 20 in the world and 11 Ryder Cuppers heading for Mayakoba, including defending champion Viktor Hovland. But we’ll put the bargaining chip on a much-anticipated man. Northern Trust in the 2021 FedEx Cup events – who should open the floodgates in 2022. Tony was here last year as he was in the most positions finishing in 8th place with a score of 15 under par. Finau is doing well in many things but he is the best in scoring (14th in points per game last season) and income (11th in money). Victory will follow.

Billy Horschel ($10,100)

Billy Ho has been doing well lately and his current winning streak really kicked off at Mayakoba in 2020 where he finished in fifth place. Since then he has won two championships worldwide and the other 6 times in the top 25. This is his first PGA Tour since the Tour Championship. But he has competed twice in Europe and won the BMW PGA in September. Starting this week, the 2014 FedEx Cup champions can shine again on another big payday in September.

Aaron Wise ($9,600)

Has achieved T26, T8 and T5 result in his three matches so far, Wise made a fantastic start to the 2021-22 season. He uses batting for that; he ranks 8th in SG: The tee-off to the green in the young season puts him 6th in scoring average (67.25). Wise took second place here last year and that is his best result in the penultimate weekend of the playoffs this season. In the past 12 games, he has missed a promotion.

Aaron Wise made a fantastic start to the 2021-22 season
Aaron Wise made a fantastic start to the 2021-22 season

Tom Hoge ($6,900)

Hoge has two factors in his favor this week: he started the season well (4 out of 5 shots, twice in the top 20), and a year ago he tied for third place here. Combine these three factors – it’s relatively cheap. His batting performance this season is stable (SG ranking 10th: close to the green).

Graeme McDowell ($6,600)

We had good luck with McDowell’s T12 last week – this is one of our few good calls on an odd weekend – so we’re going back to Graeme Train for another week. He is the former champion of Mayakoba and is confident to return there. “We have been through a very difficult situation this week, of course on Thursday and today,” he said on Sunday. “I prepared well for next week in Mayakoba, but I really enjoyed this week. I’ve won there before.”

Zach Johnson ($6,200)

ZJ hasn’t been taking too many notes for a while. But we have a feeling he’s looking to regain his strength on the journey back to St Andrew’s. The venue of the British Open in 2022 and where Johnson won the Claret Jug in 2015 (his 12th is also the most recent one-off win). You can win two main titles at any time for this prize, which is worth spending a fortune on.

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