2019 Bermuda Championship expert picks, rankings, fantasy golf and betting tips
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2019 Bermuda Championship expert picks, rankings, fantasy golf and betting tips



Looking for 2019 Bermuda Championship picks, either for betting or fantasy golf games like DraftKings, FanDuel, Yahoo, Golf Channel or the PGA Tour?

We have your 2019 Bermuda Championship rankings and expert picks, as we do each week of the PGA Tour season.

The Bermuda Championship is the lesser of two PGA Tour-sanctioned events this week, with the final World Golf Championships event of the year unfolding in China at the same time. The opposite-field events are now down to fields of 120 players. With a cut rule down to the top 65 and ties, as well a ton of players in this field who are part-timers at best on the PGA Tour, this should be considered a limited-field event of sorts, too.

We have an unknown venue and some unknowns in terms of weather and wind, but we can look at young guns here who have most recently played island golf compared to the vets in the field.

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2019 Bermuda Championship rankings: Top 10 picks

1. Lanto Griffin: A winner his last time out in Houston, he's been the most consistent performer this season.

2. Denny McCarthy: McCarthy has finished T-9 in each of his last two starts, and he's made all four cuts this season. Now in Season 3, McCarthy is getting closer to winning.

3. Scottie Scheffler: Scheffler has cashed in all four appearances this season, and he seems to be a steady performer out the gate.

4. Alex Noren: Noren has not been good this year, and he runs in these deep cold snaps, but he's been playing well in his last handful of Euro Tour starts.

5. Scott Harrington: Love Harrington's game, and I think what he's been through personally will make him well prepared to handle pressure situations in golf.

6. Doc Redman: Redman has played well enough to start the season, and he's been opportunistic this calendar year in taking advantage of weaker fields. T-13 in Houston.

7. Maverick McNealy: McNealy missed his first two cuts this season, and then he's gotten it together since. T-17 in Houston, which was effectively an opposite-field event.

8. Rafael Campos: Campos has made three cuts in four starts, and he hasn't been spectacular. However, he did win in the Bahamas on the KFT last season, and his track record in Puerto Rico is good.

9. Sepp Straka: Straka is an interesting play. He does really well in the opposite-field events. He doesn't really do well in bigger events. Play to his strengths.

10. Kristoffer Ventura: Ventura is a guy I just kinda like. I can't really explain it, but he has really struggled off the tee to start the season.

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