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2023 Valspar Championship One and Done Picks: It’s Only a Matter of Time for Tommy Fleetwood

The Valspar Championship is set to tee off, keeping the PGA Tour in Florida for another week. While it may not boast the massive purse of THE PLAYERS, it still presents an opportunity to earn some cash in One and Done pools. These weeks between elite tournaments are crucial for staying in the running for top prizes. In turn, let’s take a closer look at some golfers worth considering for Valspar Championship One and Done picks.

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Valspar Championship One and Done Picks and Targets

Safe Pick: Justin Thomas

Despite some recent struggles, Justin Thomas is still the favorite to win at Valspar. While he had a rough go with his putter last week, his tee-to-green game showed flashes of brilliance. Thomas is known for his skill around the green, and his timely scrambling has served him well on the Copperhead Course in the past. If he is available and the other options are not great, do not be afraid to use him this week.

Contrarian Pick: Justin Suh

At the start of the season, Justin Suh did not seem like a realistic option for One and Done. However, he has been playing the best golf of his career lately, with a fifth-place finish at Honda, a 24th at the Arnold Palmer Invitational and a sixth-place finish last week. Suh is solid with his short game, and the course is not too demanding off the tee. Many people believe he could break through for his first PGA Tour win this week, and his odds in the outright market are around 30-1, near the top of the board. He is definitely worth considering in One and Done.

Ben Rasa’s One and Done Pick: Tommy Fleetwood

While Suh and Tommy Fleetwood may seem like they are in different categories, they both share the desire for their first win on tour. Fleetwood has had more chances and more results, but he needs to find the winner’s circle soon. He has been playing well lately and was in contention at THE PLAYERS until a few Sunday mistakes. His ball striking has consistently been strong, and Copperhead seems to suit his game. Plus, the field is weaker this week, making Fleetwood a solid choice for One and Done.

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