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Golf Pick ‘Em is back for another season of picks and prizes on the NBC Sports Predictor app.
Free play is back in 2021 and will continue this week with Rocket Mortgage Classic. Each week, participants will choose between a series of face-to-face encounters, as well as choosing an overall tournament champion and winning score.
Participants can compete for weekly cash prizes with a $ 50,000 jackpot available to all highscore participants (up to $ 100,000 during some of the biggest events of the year). Also, at least $ 1,000 in cash and prizes will be awarded weekly, even if there is no player with a great score.
A jackpot was drawn at the US Open: one user took home $ 100,200 after being selected. John Ram to win up to 6 and make all 10 matches correctly.
Keys: Last year, DeShambeau apologized in advance to Donald Ross and then ruined his historic design. A three-shot win in Detroit predates his US Open triumph, and he now returns to the T-19 finish on Travelers. Matsuyama was still basking in his Masters triumph and made his third consecutive Rocket appearance, finishing with T-13 and T-21, breaking par in every round.
Keys: Mickelson will make his tournament debut last year before the pandemic turned his tour schedule upside down. He’s doing a great job with the Torrey Pines and finishing the T-61 with the Travelers, and he’s only a few weeks away to shock the world at the PGA. Fowler has shown signs of progress in recent weeks, including T-8s in Keavah, but missed last week’s cut in Connecticut. He has participated in both previous performances at Rocket, including the T-12 last year.
Keys: Simpson finished in the T-8 last year in his debut tournament, including starting rounds 68-64. His missed hit in the US Open was his first since The Players. Reed has a mixed assessment here: he finished the T-5 in 2019 and missed a cut last year. He finished in the T-25 at Travelers and finished fourth in the top 25 in his last five starts.
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Keys: Watson stumbled on a stretch in Connecticut, turning the chance for a fourth Travelers title into a T-19 finish. He wants to make a difference at this event, skipping every cut of the last two years. The Day T-10 at Travelers was his first top 10 since Pebble Beach in February, and he will look to build on that momentum (which included a 36-hole lead) on a course he missed last year with rounds. … 70-70.
Keys: Kisner made a late draw in Connecticut, hitting 63 in the final round to catch a draw for the fifth, and he is now heading to the field where he finished third solo last year after a 72-hole score of 18 under. Homa won earlier this year on the Riviera and finished in the T-42 last year in his debut Rocket, but managed to miss a couple of misses at Torrey Pines and TPC River Highlands.
Keys: Kokrak has already won two victories this season, the last of which ended last month. Jordan Sleeps in the colonial. He performed once at the Detroit GC, finishing T-29 back in 2019. Niemann finished T-5 the same year, having four rounds in a row in the 60s, and last week he finished T-36 in Travelers.
Keys: Wolf fell to the ground after an unexpected week at Torrey Pines, missing a hit from the Wanderers on a course where he continues to historically fight. A year ago he was the leader in this 54-hole tournament, finishing second to DeShambaut. Warner has completed the T-47 at Travelers and is making his third rocket launch, completing the T-30 last year after missing a cut in 2019.
Edge: Warner III
Keys: Bradley did not play in the US Open, but missed twice and missed 72–67 on the Travelers. His lonely performance here ended a year ago with a T-46. Hoffman has been moving in the right direction for several weeks, including finishing in the top three in Fort Worth and San Antonio, and has not missed a single position since February, although he left the event early two years ago.
Keys: Zalatoris is still looking for his first Tour win and he makes a rare miss at the US Open. This will be his tournament debut, but his stable season has marked his second place in the Masters and T-8 at the PGA. Woodland’s lonely performance at the Rocket happened in 2019 when he missed the notch right after his US Open triumph, and he made four of his last five cuts, starting in fifth place in Quail Hollow.
Keys: I remain one of the Tour’s mechanics, but last week he had a week to rest after two consecutive T-35 finishes at Kongari and Torrey Pines. He made a cut in each of his two Detroit appearances, including the 2019 T-21 finish. Snedecker missed the cut-off in Connecticut, his first early outing since The Players in March, and although he missed the cut-off here last year, he finished the T-5 in 2019 after 65-67 rounds over the weekend.