2022 US Open Fantasy Golf Rankings

2022 US Open Fantasy Golf Rankings

Matthew Fitzpatrick has fond memories of Brookline where the PGA Tour’s top golfers will battle in the 2022 U.S. Open at The Country Club. and the 2013 U.S. Amateur there featured several of the top names on today’s PGA Tour. Who can you trust in your 2022 U.S. Open fantasy golf rankings? Caesars Sportsbook lists Rahm and Scheffler as the 12-1 co-favorites in its 2022 U.S. Open odds followed closely by McIlroy and Thomas at 14-1. Are Rahm and Scheffler worthy as anchors for your 2022 U.S. Open fantasy golf picks? Could Fitzpatrick (28-1) or Conners (65-1) find more Brookline magic and give you massive value as fantasy golf sleepers? Open bets be sure you check out the Fantasy golf rankings and projections from SportsLine fantasy expert Riley Gates.

Gates is a writer for 247Sports and has covered a range of sports for nearly five years. He has followed golf closely for much longer and has a profound knowledge of the sport. At the Memorial Tournament five of Gates’ nine picks finished in the top 15 including Will Zalatoris who tied for fifth. His biggest sleeper pick of the week Brendan Steele priced at just $6600 at DraftKings posted a top-10 finish!. And at the Charles Schwab Challenge three of Gates’ top six picks finished in the top four on the final leaderboard including winner Burns and runner-up Scheffler.

Gates has been on a serious roll all season. That included winner Max Homa a 40-1 long shot and runners-up Keegan Bradley (35-1) and Matt Fitzpatrick (22-1). Anyone who has followed Gates is way up. Now Gates has ranked his top golfers for the 2022 U.S. Open and you’ll really want to see what he has to say. You can only see his fantasy golf rankings and U.S. Open 2022 picks at SportsLine.

2022 U.S. Open golf expert picks

Gates is strongly backing Scheffler who lost in a playoff loss to Sam Burns at the Charles Schwab. That came right after he missed the cut at the PGA Championship and his strong showing at Colonial wasn’t enough to erase that sting. Gates knows the world No. “I have no doubt about that” the expert told. On the flip side the expert wants nothing to do with Koepka. Those were the two major championships and he missed the cut at the Masters and tied for 55th at the PGA. He has three times as many missed cuts (six) as top-10 finishes (two). One of those top-10s was in February and the other was at the WGC Match Play. He is 111th in scoring average (71.2) and 152nd in greens in regulation (63.9 percent).

How to set your 2022 U.S. Open fantasy golf rankings

For the season’s third major championship Gates is backing a long shot who has been racking up strong finishes all season and is brimming with confidence.

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