Published: Thu, May 03, 2018
World News | By Laverne Osborne

PGA Wells Fargo Championship Predictions 5/2/18 Who Will Win?

PGA Wells Fargo Championship Predictions 5/2/18 Who Will Win?

That is his longest such gap since January.

After a week off for DFS purposes, the PGA Tour is back in full force as the Well Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Golf Club comes around.

The 14-time major victor has been using "TGR" branded blades - the logo of his Tiger Woods Ventures company - since Nike left the equipment market in August 2016. Quail Hollow, which hosted the PGA Championship last year and was renovated prior to that event, will play as a challenging 7,554 yard Par 71 and one of the more demanding tournaments this year.

"I got away from the game, didn't touch a club, didn't make a golf swing". "It is the biggest tournament in the world, the most amount of eyeballs, the most amount of hype". Quail Hollow features six holes in which players have a better than average chances to make eagle. It is impressive that Woods' short game has been so solid. Molinari is a beast off the tee, gaining almost an entire stroke per round there (6th). These greens are tough to hit from the fairway, let alone the rough. And yet it has cost him scoring opportunities. He boasts top-5 ranks in strokes gained: tee to green and birdies or better gained, and he is 9th in strokes gained: par 4's.

The American's last start was the Masters, where he tied for 32nd place after starting the event as one of the favorites.

"The golf course is much harder than it used to be", Woods said.

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Just don't get the idea that he is satisfied with his year. "I've made good progress and want to keep moving forward".

"Phase 1 of irons complete". Last week: Billy Horschel and Scott Piercy won the Zurich Classic. He missed the cut here in 2016 but finished T7 in 2015. So yeah - Lefty seems like he enjoys playing in Charlotte. The scores have varied. They'll be preceded by three other elite groups in Round 1. Of course, a victory here would see Woods climb into the top 40 and a solo second could see him close to cracking the top 50. While Casey missed the cut his last time out at RBC Heritage, he posted a top 20 finish in 16 of his previous 18 events.

Woods has typically gone up against the best.

We checked the field's course histories.

This week is no exception. He has played in eight tournaments this year and has finished 22 or better in all eight.

The Wells Fargo Championship may not be a major, or even a World Golf Championship, but the course and annual line-up certainly gives it that feel - indeed there was some attempts about a decade ago to bill it as the "sixth major".

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