The PGA Tour makes its third stop at Corales Golf Course in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, for the 2020 Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship.
Coming on the heels of the US Open and Bryson DeChambeau’s impressive victory, a weak field is in attendance as the world’s top golfers prepare for the Masters in two months’ time. Below, we look at the fantasy golf power rankings for the top 30 golfers for the 2020 Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship.
2020 Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship: Fantasy Golf Top 30
30. Xinjun Zhang (+6000)
Tied for fifth in 2018. Finished T-10 in a strong field and difficult conditions at the Memorial Tournament and picked up other top 15s in weaker fields at the 3M Open (T-12) and Safeway Open (T-14).
29. Will Gordon (+6600)
Hasn’t been able to return to contention since a surprising T-3 at the Travelers Championship, but could enjoy better success against the weaker competition.
28. Henrik Norlander (+5000)
Finished T-6 at the Memorial Tournament with 2.11 Strokes Gained: Putting per round, according to Data Golf. Could win in this field with a similar performance on easier greens.
27. Charley Hoffman (+5000)
Four-time PGA Tour champ who has two top 10s in stronger events in 2020.
26. Seamus Power (+6600)
Has played this event each of the last two years with a T-5 finish in 2018 and a T-44 last year.
25. Matthew NeSmith (+9000)
Had some quality starts early in 2020, including a T-6 at the Puerto Rico Open. Averaged 0.44 Strokes Gained: Approach in the 2019-20 PGA Tour season.
24. Brian Stuard (+5000)
Coming off a resurgent T-3 finish at the Safeway Open after missing the cut in five of his last six events. Gained 1.13 strokes per round at the Safeway.
23. Chase Seiffert (+20000)
Has missed five straight cuts following a fourth-place finish at the Workday Charity Open. Gained 1.69 strokes putting per round in that breakthrough performance and can get hot with the flat stick.
22. Kelly Kraft (+30000)
One of 15 members of this year’s field with eight rounds played at Corales Golf Club and leads that group with 1.73 strokes gained per round. Finished third in 2018 and T-5 last year.
21. Brice Garnett (+6000)
The 2018 champ has just two top 10s on the PGA Tour since. He’s back down to 233rd in the Official World Golf Ranking.
20. Matt Jones (+5000)
A two-time winner of the Emirates Australian Open, Jones hasn’t won on the PGA Tour since the 2015 Shell Houston Open. He was T-18 at this event last year and finished T-5 at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am before the 2020 schedule was put on pause.
19. Patrick Rodgers (+5000)
Can putt his way to victory against these weaker fields. Returned from the midseason pause with a T-14 at the Charles Schwab Challenge.
18. Pat Perez (+4000)
Looking for his first PGA Tour victory since 2015 and coming off a T-9 at the Safeway Open, where he gained 1.82 strokes per round putting.
17. Chris Stroud (+8000)
Last year’s co-runner-up by a stroke. He has missed the cut or withdrew from his last four events.
16. Keith Mitchell (+5500)
The 2019 champ of The Honda Classic has missed the cut in eight of 16 events in 2020. His victory came in a much stronger field than what’s competing this week.
15. Branden Grace (+4500)
Grace’s best performance of 2020 was his victory at the South African Open, with a top PGA Tour result of T-9 at the Waste Management Open in early February.
14. Sepp Straka (+4000)
Tied for 26th here last year. Averaged 0.58 SG: Tee-to-Green and 0.66 SG: Around-the-Green at the Safeway Open with a T-14 finish.
13. Luke List (+4000)
Won the Korn Ferry Challenge at TPC Sawgrass while the PGA Tour season was still paused. Will be facing similar competition this week.
12. Denny McCarthy (+3500)
Picked up four top 10s in 2019 and was T-9 at this year’s Wyndham Championship. Averaged 1.00 SG: Putting last season.
11. Adam Long (+2200)
One of the top players in the field at 42nd by the Golfweek/Sagarin world rankings. Tied for 13th at the US Open.
10. Kristoffer Ventura (+4000)
Tied for seventh at the Safeway Open for his best PGA Tour result after winning twice on the Korn Ferry Tour in 2019.
9. Matthias Schwab (+4000)
Has a top finish of T-3 at the Barracuda Championship in 12 international events this year with just three missed cuts. Those three missed cuts came at the Memorial Tournament, PGA Championship and US Open.
8. Sam Burns (+2000)
Fourth by the betting odds to win. Coming off a T-7 at the Safeway Open with 1.87 SG: Tee-to-Green per round.
7. Emiliano Grillo (+2800)
On a stretch of five straight made cuts, including a T-66 at the PGA Championship. Finished T-50 here in 2018 and didn’t participate last year.
6. Charles Howell III (+2500)
Three-time PGA Tour champ with the last coming at the 2018 RSM Classic. Finished 30th last week at the US Open and is one of few players who made the cut at Winged Foot teeing it up this week.
5. Henrik Stenson (+3500)
The 2016 Open champ has missed the cut in three of four PGA Tour events this season, including both majors but is still the clear class of this field.
4. Corey Conners (+1600)
Shares the second-best odds to win the tournament with fellow Canadian Mackenzie Hughes. He has had the significantly worse 2020 form with seven missed cuts in 18 events.
3. Graeme McDowell (+5000)
Last year’s winner has missed four straight cuts coming into this week, including both 2020 majors to date, but he won the marquee Saudi International on the European Tour earlier this year.
2. Will Zalatoris (+1200)
The Korn Ferry Tour graduate tied for sixth at the US Open and is the top player in attendance from that event. He’s a little overpriced as the tournament favorite with just the one PGA Tour event played this year.
1. Mackenzie Hughes (+1600)
No. 2 by the betting odds, Hughes was in excellent form through the FedEx Cup Playoffs, especially with the putter. If he can regain that form after missing the cut at the US Open, he’ll cruise to victory over this field.
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