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Back to win: Brooks Koepka

Justin Thomas won last year’s Dell Tech three weeks after triumphing at the PGA Championship, and Koepka can repeat that feat this weekend.

The three-time major champion was again in contention at the Northern Trust last week, leading at the halfway stage before finishing T8.

Surprisingly, Koepka has never finished higher than 18th in three visits to TPC Boston. That’s not necessarily a bad sign, though, given that Thomas’ win last year came after a T56 and missed cut in his two previous Dell Tech starts.

TPC Boston forces players to pull out the driver often. That suits Koepka, who is hitting the long ball better than anyone at the moment.

Koepka to win
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Each-way shout: Patrick Cantlay

Cantlay has played consistently well over the past few weeks, finishing inside the top 15 in four of his last five starts.

The 26-year-old American is coming off a T8 at the Northern Trust in which he shot under par in all four rounds, and he proved with a T6 at the WGC Bridgestone Invitational earlier this month that he can get in the mix against a strong field.

A long-course specialist, Cantlay ranks eighth in total shots gained on the PGA Tour this season and fifth from tee to green.

He finished 13th on his Dell Tech debut in 2017, and looks poised to improve upon that finish after an impressive year.

Cantlay to win (e/w)
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Outside shot: Gary Woodland

TPC Boston is set up for the bombers. That’s ideal for Woodland, who ranks joint-second in driving distance on the PGA Tour.

The world No. 42 has finished inside the top 20 in his last three Dell Tech starts, and has never missed the cut in six attempts.

Woodland’s in decent form, too. He finished 48th at the Northern Trust last week, but picked up a T6 at the PGA Championship in the start before that and a T17 at the WGC Bridgestone.

He won the Phoenix Open earlier this year against a stacked field and is worth a punt at a big price to do so again in Boston.

Woodland to win (e/w)
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