The Shell Houston Open begins tomorrow, and offers one final chance for a player to earn a coveted Masters invitation with a win. That said, my one-and-done selection will be a player who is already exempt.
Phil Mickelson has a history of winning the week before a major championship. He's also played reasonably well all season.
That's enough for me, as I don't see a reason to save Mickelson.
This is a bit of a rush job, as the WGC-Dell Match Play tees off on Wednesday in Austin, Texas. While we have another day to debate the Puerto Rico Open, there is no point.
For the Match Play, I'm taking Danny Willett. He finished third in this event last year, and has tied for third in both WGCs that are in the books for 2015-16. I'll be ecstatic if he does the same this week!
Scott Brown edges out William McGirt for my Puerto Rico Open OAD. Brown is a past winner and is in good form. All signs are a go.
The Valspar Championship is hours away from teeing off, and it's time to declare our one-and-done pick for the week.
I wrestled with this one. While Jordan Spieth and Henrik Stenson are the class of the field, and both are more than capable of picking off a win this week, neither are on the trajectory that I expect them to be at some point later in the year.
My crosshairs became focused on Webb Simpson and K.J. Choi. This one really could have gone either way, but I'm giving the slight nod to Choi. In addition to being about as hot as he's been in the last three years, he returns to a sight where he has twice been the victor and ranks second in scrambling and third in par 3 scoring.
The first WGC of 2016 is about to kick off at the Blue Monster. Here is this week's one-and-done for the WGC-Cadillac Championship.
My requirements for a OAD burn at Doral are pretty simple. Be very long and very classy. I love Bubba Watson, Dustin Johnson, Adam Scott, J.B. Holmes and a couple of others for this week. That said, I'm a big Bubba fan for this event.
Bubba always seems to be right at the top of the leaderboard at Doral. He's also fresh off a win at Riviera. That's a bit of a double-edged sword, but his history here is enough to overcome any hangover.