The Corales Puntacana Club and Resort Championship in the Dominican Republic is a low-key PGA Tour event to follow up to the US Open, but fantastic weather and a wonderful golf course should make up for the lack of superstars in the field.
Will Zalatoris, the leading money winner on the Korn Ferry Tour, is the 12/1 favourite after he finished sixth in the US Open on Sunday. Canadian duo Mackenzie Hughes and Corey Conners are next in the betting at 16/1 and 18/1, with Hughes in particularly solid form.
Former Open champion Henrik Stenson is among those trying to use the event as a confidence-booster after a barren spell and can be backed at 35/1, while Branden Grace, another class act who is looking to find some form in the Caribbean this week, is 45/1.
Will Zalatoris to win and each-way - BET NOW
The US Open provided further confirmation that Will Zalatoris has the ability to become a member of the golfing elite - and he could easily build on that fantastic Winged Foot effort by landing a maiden PGA Tour title on Sunday.
Zalatoris has finished in the top 20 in his last 12 tournaments - 11 on the Korn Ferry Tour before his trip to New York for major combat - and that remarkable consistency means he fully deserves top billing in such a weak Corales field.
Sam Burns to win and each-way - BET NOW
If Zalatoris fails to claim a breakthrough victory this week, then maybe it will be the turn of another super-talented 24-year-old to get the job done. Sam Burns won on the Korn Ferry Tour in 2018 and has looked a likely PGA Tour champion ever since.
Burns finished 12th in his only previous visit to the Corales course, closing with a 66, and seventh place in the Safeway Open in his last PGA Tour outing suggests his game could be in the right shape for another strong performance in the Dominican Republic.
Justin Suh to win and each-way - BET NOW
The pick of the outsiders this week is Justin Suh, a former college superstar who was once considered in the same league as Collin Morikawa, Matthew Wolff and Viktor Hovland.
Suh won eight times while at the University of Southern California and was set to make the same impact as a professional that Morikawa and co have managed, but a wrist injury derailed him and not much progress has been made. The Corales is a great opportunity for the 23-year-old to showcase his talent.
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