2018 A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier expert picks, rankings, fantasy golf and betting tips
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2018 A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier expert picks, rankings, fantasy golf and betting tips

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We have your 2018 A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier rankings and expert picks, as we do each week of the PGA Tour season.

We're in a stretch of three tough fields to parse through in a row, with another weak field at The Greenbrier. However, at the top, Bubba Watson, Phil MIckelson, Tony Finau and Xander Schauffele await.

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2018 A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier rankings: Top 10 picks

1. Bubba Watson -- Bubba's won three times this year, and he does his best work on courses where he feels comfortable. He has a home here, so, you know, he should be comfortable.

2. Tony Finau -- Finau was awesome at the US Open, and he's getting closer to picking up a major title (which I think he'll do someday). He can easily get around The Old White TPC.

3. Russell Henley -- Henley comes off a T-6 in his last start, and he's got T-5 finishes here in two of the last three years. I like his chances.

4. Xander Schauffele -- It's all or nothing for Mr. X of late, with three missed cuts and two top-six finishes in his last handful of starts.

5. Webb Simpson -- Simpson has also been hit-or-miss in the last few months, but he's got the best record in this event of any player in the field in terms of solid, consistent results.

6. Brian Harman -- Harman is running well again, and he was an unfortunate Sunday at Shinnecock away from being even hotter.

7. Phil Mickelson -- Strictly speaking, Mickelson is a class player in the field. However, this is his first start since the unpleasantness at Shinnecock Hills. That'll be a distraction this week.

8. Joaquin Niemann -- Niemann got back on track with a T-17 at TPC Potomac. His game should translate to The Greenbrier, just as it has everywhere so far.

9. Brian Gay -- Gay has been on a good run of late, and that makes the veteran a reasonable pick at The Greenbrier.

10. Ryan Armour -- Armour performed really well on Sunday to hang on to solo second at The National, and his iron play should be a big asset on The Old White TPC.

My primary DraftKings lineup

  1. Brian Harman - $9,500
  2. Jimmy Walker - $9,100
  3. Anirban Lahiri - $8,300
  4. Ryan Armour - $7,700
  5. Ollie Schniderjans - $7,700
  6. Abraham Ancer - $7,300

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