Guessing Who Will Win Every PGA Tour Event This Year (2024)
Guessing Who Will Win Every PGA Tour Event This Year (2024)

For the 2024 PGA Tour season, my boss asked me to make my picks. As I first thought, I thought I was being punished for something I did wrong, but I was told it was just for fun.

In a fun and happy mood, I present to you my choices for 2024.

You need to laugh.

The Sentry: Tony Finau

But the stiff-upper-lip crowd in Ponte Vedra won’t give him a chance because he went to LIV. Jon Rahm would have been my choice.

Sony Open in Hawaii: Lucas Glover

The American Express: Sam Burns

Farmers Insurance Open: Ludvig Aberg

The Swede is now the best at everything he does. It looks like Torrey Pines might be a great place for him to play.

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am: Jordan Spieth

WM Phoenix Open: Rickie Fowler

Fowler, who is 35 years old, seems to like golf in senior communities, which are common in Phoenix.

The Genesis Invitational: Scottie Scheffler

Mexico Open at Vidanta: Kurt Kitayama

Cognizant Classic: Shane Lowry

Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard: Tyrrell Hatton

Puerto Rico Open: Gary Woodland

You can laugh, but he will play like his life depends on it when he gets back. It’s interesting how things look different after you lose something.

The Players Championship: Viktor Hovland

Valspar Championship: Erik van Rooyen

Texas Children’s Houston Open: Chris Kirk

Valero Texas Open: Sepp Straka

Masters Tournament: Brooks Koepka

Is it déjà vu? No, it’s payback.

RBC Heritage: Matt Fitzpatrick

He really likes Hilton Head, so he will go again.

Corales Puntacana Championship: Davis Thompson

Zurich Classic of New Orleans: Matt and Alex Fitzpatrick

AT&T Byron Nelson: Austin Eckroat

Wells Fargo Championship: Rory McIlroy

Myrtle Beach Classic: David Lipsky

PGA Championship: Bryson DeChambeau

I think he’ll have a monster in 2024, so why not bring down Valhalla?

Charles Schwab Challenge: Kevin Streelman

RBC Canadian Open: Corey Conners

The Memorial Tournament presented by Workday: Tommy Fleetwood

U.S. Open: Jordan Spieth

Spieth hasn’t won a major in a while, so why not do it somewhere where length isn’t as important and short game and putting skills are needed?

Travelers Championship: Hideki Matsuyama

Rocket Mortgage Classic: Collin Morikawa

Revenge on his mind.

John Deere Classic: Zach Johnson

Genesis Scottish Open: Rory McIlroy

British Open: Max Homa

Came into his own in 2023, a major seems within his grasp in 2024.

Barracuda Championship: Chesson Hadley

3M Open: Tony Finau

Men’s Olympic Golf Tournament: Ludvig Aberg

He plays like he was meant to play on a course where you hit the ball a lot, like the Albatross course at Le Golf National.

Wyndham Championship: Billy Horschel

FedEx St. Jude Championship: Patrick Cantlay

BMW Championship: Rory McIlroy

Tour Championship: Xander Schauffele

It has been in the top ten all seven times, with a win in 2017 and three runner-ups.

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