2020 Bermuda Championship expert picks, rankings, fantasy golf and betting tips
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2020 Bermuda Championship expert picks, rankings, fantasy golf and betting tips



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We have your 2020 Bermuda Championship rankings and expert picks, as we do each week of the PGA Tour season.

The Bermuda Championship is this week, suddenly a full-field event with a full allocation of FedEx Cup points. Brendon Todd is defending champion, and he's the only top-50 player in the field. It's a big opportunity.

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2020 Bermuda Championship rankings: Top 10 picks

1. Will Zalatoris: I wouldn't be surprised if he wins to earn full PGA Tour status this week. If he comes up short, I anticipate he will have earned Special Temporary Membership for the remainder of the season (which is still a long time).

2. Brendon Todd: Todd is the defending champion and the lone top-50 player in the field, making him somewhat by default the next-best option.

3. Peter Malnati: He comes in on the back of conseucutive top-five finishes on the PGA Tour. Have to ride that this week into a second PGA Tour win.

4. Denny McCarthy: I love Denny this week, as he's shown a propensity on island courses because his short game and putting can bail him out of any suspect play in adverse conditions.

5. Kristoffer Ventura: The OSU product has a pair of top-10 finishes in the new season, but he did miss the cut at Shriners. A couple of weeks off to rest should help.

6. Doc Redman: I like Redman's game a lot, and he's eventually going to win on the PGA Tour. However, his results are so inconsistent that it makes it tough to bet him.

7. Harold Varner III: HV3 hasn't played much in the new season, just twice, but both finishes have been in the top 30.

8. Charley Hoffman: Hoffman MC'd in his last start at TPC Summerlin, but he had been playing well. Was T-16 at the Corales, and that seems a good analog for here.

9. Justin Suh: Suh has made two starts this PGA Tour season, and he was in the top 15 in both. He has a world of talent and could take a big step toward the PGA Tour this week.

10. Rasmus Hojgaard: Hojgaard is going to be a great player. He already is a two-time European Tour winner. Now we can see how his game might translate to a weak PGA Tour field compared to winning in weak Euro Tour fields.

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