2021 WGC-Workday Championship Saturday-Sunday rounds best bets and predictions

At the midway point of the no-cut WGC-Workday Championship, four-time major winner Brooks Koepka takes a one-shot lead at 11 under into the weekend at The Concession Golf Club. Cameron Smith, Billy Horschel and Collin Morikawa are all at 10 under, while Tony Finau, Webb Simpson and Matthew Fitzpatrick are at 9 under.

Our resident expert, longtime Tour caddie John Rathouz, knows Koepka will be tough to catch — especially since he’s still riding the momentum from a win earlier this month in Phoenix. But, if anyone can track him down, Rathouz says to look out for Morikawa — the reigning PGA Champion — whose putter is looking hot this week.

Watch the video above for Rathouz’s breakdown of both the WG-Workday Championship and the Puerto Rico Open.

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2021 WGC-Workday Championship Saturday-Sunday Best Bets

These are the golfers we like this week when looking at their odds of winning, current form and fit at The Concession.

– Brooks Koepka, +250
– Collin Morikawa, +650
– Louis Oosthuizen, +4500

Over in Puerto Rico, meanwhile, Rathouz’s early-week pick Brandon Wu… well, he’s your 36-hole leader at 11 under, one shot clear of Greg Chalmers. Branden Grace and Puerto Rico’s own Rafael Campos enter the weekend two back at 9 under.

If you’re looking for a long shot, look no further than 18-year-old Joohyung Kim at 7 under.

2021 Puerto Rico Open Saturday-Sunday Best Bets

These are the golfers we like this week when looking at their odds of winning, current form and fit at Grand Reserve Country Club.

– Brandon Wu, +275
– Thomas Pieters, +700
– Rafael Campos, +1000
– Joohyung Kim, +2500

Rathouz will be back early next week with his picks and predictions for the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill. Check back at The Caddie Line homepage each week for those best bets and fades, plus power rankings from Brian Mull.

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