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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Farmers Insurance Open - One-and-Done

The Farmers Insurance Open is hours away from teeing off, and here is this week's one-and-done selection.


Let me start by saying it's incredibly tempting to just plug in defending champion, Brandt Snedeker, and move on. I find myself hesitating after a lackluster T14 at Kapalua and a MC in the Sony Open.


I'm instead going with a bomber with a very good recent record in this event, though this is his first start of 2017. That man is J.B. Holmes. Holmes went T2-T6 in his last two starts at Torrey Pines.


Best of luck to all!

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

CareerBuilder Challenge - OAD

The CareerBuilder Challenge looks to be colder and wetter than what we are used to seeing, but that isn't swaying us from taking a familiar stalwart in our one-and-done game. Bill Haas, who is a two-time winner and one-time runner-up cracks the lineup narrowly over Jamie Lovemark.


Best of luck to all!

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Sony Open - One-and-Done

I'm trotting out a familiar one-and-done play in the Sony Open this week. Given his excellent course history, Charles Howell III is the play. If it wasn't Perez, I would be tempted by a hot Pat Perez.


Best of luck to all!

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

SBS Tournament of Champions - One-and-Done

Aloha! and Happy New Year!


The SBS Tournament of Champions is set to kick off in a little under 24 hours, and it's time to name this week's one-and-done selection.


There are two strategies to consider. Because it is a limited field, and everyone makes the cut, you can go big and chase the win with a stud or plug in a relative no name and know you will cash. Personally, my taste is to go big and chase the win, as elite players have less players to sift through on their way to the title.


That means I'm taking a guy with a first and a second in his last two trips to Kapalua by the name of Patrick Reed. Spieth is tempting, but there are other places that make just as much sense. Matsuyama was also quite tempting.


Best of luck to all!