The Web.com Tour continues on this week with the Nashville Golf Open Benefiting the Snedeker Foundation. The tournament started in 2016 and is played at the Nashville Golf & Athletic Club, and the PGA Tour (and Nashville native) Brandt Snedeker lends his name and foundation to the event this week. Michael Arnaud won last week’s tournament, the BMW Charity Pro-Am. Odds are courtesy of BetDSI Sportsbook.
Event: Nashville Golf Open
Date: May 24th – 27th, 2018
Location: Nashville Golf & Athletic Club, Nashville, Tennessee
Past Five Winners
2017: Lanto Griffin -16
2016: James Driscoll -19
Sungjae Im (+1600): Im finished T-9 at the BMW Charity Pro-Am last week, and he has amassed a massive lead at the top of the money list. From tee to green, Im is as solid as they come. However, his iron play always gives him a chance to score well as Im is second on the Web.com Tour in greens-in-regulation.
Roberto Castro (+1800): Castro came in T-14 at the BMW Charity Pro-Am and it was his fifth straight finish inside the top 15. He leads the Tour in scoring average and his putting continues to lead the way, ranking second in putting average.
Next In Line
Taylor Moore (+2200): Moore racked up a T-9 result at the BMW Charity Pro-Am, his fourth top-ten in his last eight starts. However, there are three missed cuts and a T-38 during that time as well as Moore tries to come to some level of consistency. He can bomb it off the tee, ranking fourth in driving distance, but the rest of his stats need to catch up. Moore finished T-3 in Nashville last year.
Joseph Bramlett (+2500): Bramlett had a solid T-4 at the BMW Charity Pro-Am, his third straight finish inside the top 15. A final-round 62 could give him a lot of momentum coming into Nashville, and he actually putted well. If Bramlett could be simply decent with the flatstick (he ranks 103rd in putting average), he would be dangerous.
Kyoung-Hoon Lee (+2500): Lee finished T-2 at the BMW Charity Pro-Am, his third top-three finish in his last four starts. He is now second on the money list to fell South Korean player Im, and Lee ranks sixth in putting average. Lee finished T-18 here last year.
Julian Etulain (+6000): Etulian missed the cut at the BMW Charity Pro-Am, his second missed cut in three starts. Things have gone downhill for Etulain since winning in Louisiana, but he does like it in Nashville, where he finished T-6 in 2016. He has to improve off the tee, where Etulian is 129th in driving accuracy and 93rd in distance.
Mito Pereira (+12500): Pereira has been all over the place this year, missing the cut at the BMW Charity Pro-Am. He usually bounces back after missing the cut, but Pereira has to do so far too often. He ranks 15th in greens-in-regulation, but 107th in putting average and 127th in driving accuracy. However, Pereira did finish T-3 here in 2017.
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