2024 WM Phoenix Open One and Done Picks: Jordan Spieth & 3 More

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Via Getty Images/Action Network Design. Pictured (left to right): Jordan Spieth, Min Woo Lee & Sungjae Im.

Here's everything you need to know about 2024 WM Phoenix Open One and Done Picks — our expert OAD picks for this week's PGA Tour event.

The WM Phoenix Open is always an extremely fun week. Super Bowl festivities and great golf go hand in hand and make for a great week of sports.

This event is extremely unique statistically, as it rewards extremely aggressive driving off the tee and excellent short games. However, if elite and aggressive drivers are a bit off, they'll find themselves behind cacti or in water.

Step one is locating the best total drivers in this field then identifying the most creative around the green players before pinpointing one and done selections.

Find my 2024 WM Phoenix Open One and Done Picks below.

2024 WM Phoenix Open One and Done Picks

Jordan Spieth +2200

Getting different is the name of the game, and few will select Jordan Spieth this week. He is surely being saved for events with bigger purses, which make a ton of sense, but if you are playing from behind in your One and Done pool, you may have to shy away from your strategy.

Spieth has a ton of great course history here with four top 10s under his belt. He is great around the greens, which explains why he has played well here, but he will need the driver to take him to the next level. He is coming off his best off-the-tee performance since his T5 at the Memorial, which is super exciting.

It is about time a PGA Tour staple steps up and gets a win for the Tour, and they need it badly! Jordan, may you be that man!

Min Woo Lee +4000

I have been ready to deploy Min Woo Lee at TPC Scottsdale since he gained his PGA Tour card. In his young career on various tours, Lee has shown elite talent with his driver. He has every shot off the tee, and that will come in handy on a golf course like TPC Scottsdale.

Outside of that, he is other worldly on an around the greens, which is the next stat we are looking for. Before Scottie Scheffler became the generational ball-striker that he is now, he was an elite driver with a great short game. It was no surprise he got his maiden win here and is now the two-time defending champ.

Min Woo Lee has never played in this event, but golfers have excelled here without experience. Sahith Theegala, another aggressive driver with a great short game, finished T3 in his first trip here and may have won if it weren't for an unlucky bounce on the 71st hole. Lee can be the next young talent to break through at TPC Scottsdale and is a great One and Done option this week.

Byeong Hun An +5000

Benny An is trending to start 2024. His T31 this past week at Pebble Beach over 54 holes has been his worst result, which you can take however you would like as that was a 54-hole pro-am over two courses aided by soft scoring conditions. Before that, An started the year with a fourth-place finish at The Sentry and a tie for second after losing in a playoff at the Sony Open.

As we take a deeper look into An's course history, he has never missed a cut here and has two career top 10s. I would also argue that he enters TPC Scottsdale with his best ever form. An has elevated himself as the Tour continues to dilute itself, especially this week with many top players sitting out between Signature Events at Pebble last week and Riviera next week.

The strengths of An's game right now are his driver and short game. With those two parts working and a golf course that rewards it, An is surely live to contend yet again. He is playing great golf at the moment and is eager to get into the winner's circle. We can't forget that this is a Presidents Cup year, which provides extra motivation for An to play well.

Wyndham Clark +4000

This is a leverage play. Is anyone going to use Wyndham Clark after his "win" at Pebble Beach. It is rare that a player wins in back-to-back starts, but how much of a win was it? Clark's driver is heating up, and he can unleash it on a track like this.

Before his win at Pebble, he foreshadowed the irons heating up. They were poor up until The American Express but heated up rather quickly.

Clark does not have the greatest course history at TPC Scottsdale, but he is a great One and Done option because he will be a lesser clicked name and provides real upside. Additionally, his improved iron play over the last year on the PGA Tour makes him a significantly better player than he was in his first four starts here, and he tied for 10th here in 2023.

He only played 36 holes of great golf last week, so he should still be dialed and ready to keep the great play alive.

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