Golf Picks This Week to Win Safeway Open PGA Tour Event at Silverado Country Club North Course in California
By David Hayes
Golf Picks for This Week
After another exciting weekend of play, Dustin Johnson took home the hardware in last weekend's 2020 TOUR Championship in Atlanta. Now the PGA Tour turns its attention west to Napa, California, for this year's Safeway Open at Silverado Country Club's North Course.
With Thursday's next PGA Tour event rapidly approaching, let's take a look at what some of the industry experts have to say in their picks and predictions to win the 2020 Safeway Open in Napa this weekend.
Safeway Open Picks & Predictions
Kyle Porter, of CBS Sports, is going with Si-Woo Kim as his top pick to win this weekend's Safeway Open at Silverado Country Club.
Here's a look the two Golf.com expert staff members that made their picks to win the Safeway Open:
- Jessica Marksbury: Brendan Steele
- Sean Zak: Joel Dahmen
Here's a look the six expert staff members from PGATour.com that made their picks to win this year's Safeway Open:
- Sean Martin: Brendan Steele
- Rob Bolton: Brendan Steele
- Ben Everill: Harold Varner III
- Cameron Morfit: Phil Mickelson
- Mike McAllister: Brendan Steele
- Jason Sobel: Joel Dahmen
According to the current odds to win the Safeway Open reflected on FanDuel Sportsbook, Si-Woo Kim (+1600) is the betting favorite to come out on top in Napa, California, this Sunday.
PGA Picks This Week
- Brendan Steele (4)
- Joel Dahmen (2)
- Si-Woo Kim (2)
- Harold Varner III (1)
- Phil Mickelson (1)
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