2021 Puerto Rico Open expert picks, rankings, fantasy golf and betting tips
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2021 Puerto Rico Open expert picks, rankings, fantasy golf and betting tips



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The Puerto Rico Open is opposite the WGC-Workday at The Concession, and it’s one of my favorite tournaments. I got to visit Puerto Rico a few years ago on a media trip, and I played in the pro-am here. It was such a good time, and the golf was really good! This is a challenging one to handicap because you just don’t know who’s really down to play this week.

2021 Puerto Rico Open rankings: Top 10 picks

1. Emiliano Grillo: Grillo has played well here in the past, so that means something. He’s back to his cut-making ways, which is good, too.

2. Kyoung-Hoon Lee: Lee isn’t as consistent as he needs to be in order to make a bigger leap into better events, but he’s starting to figure it out. This would be an ideal place for him.

3. Ian Poulter: Poulter’s in this field and has continued to play it when eligible, so he must like it. Was T-18 in his last start in Saudi Arabia.

4. Matt Wallace: The Englishman just missed the WGC field, so he’s here. Not playing his best at the moment, but he’s got the game to slay a field like this.

5. Will Gordon: Gordon had hit his first rough skid as a pro, but he’s coming out of it. Made the cut in three of his last four and T-21 at Pebble.

6. Branden Grace: Grace could be coming out of a deep funk. He’s cashed in his last two, including a really nice T-20 at Riviera.

7. Greyson Sigg: The Georgia bulldog should be able to navigate this event well. He’s a standout on the KFT and should make a solid PGA Tour pro.

8. Taylor Pendrith: The Canadian has been brilliant on the Korn Ferry Tour dating back to last year, but it’s unclear if he’s quite back at that level right now.

9. Ollie Schniederjans: Ollie is back! Kind of! Ollie finished T-3 at Bermuda last year to earn some PGA Tour starts, and he flopped. But he was T-7 on the KFT this past weekend. So this is the level at which he’s comfortable right now.

10. Rafael Campos: Campos just put up a good finish on the Korn Ferry Tour year-opening event, and he’s inspired to play in his hometown event.

Our top 10 is a ranking of the best players in the field — BUT they’re not always the best bets! Want our top picks?

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