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PGA Wyndham Side Action: Is Stenson the Class of the Field?

In what’s become a weekly tradition as surefire as Tiger wearing red on a Sunday, The Action Network Golf Podcast crew is back with another snake draft for the Wyndham Championship.

This Week’s Rules

  • The Rules: The participants — Peter Jennings, Jason Sobel, Drew “The Sleeze” Stoltz — can pick any golfer with their first four picks, but they have to target players with odds worse than 100-1 with their final two selections.
  • The Scoring: Lowest-scoring golfer wins.
  • The Stakes: A friendly $50 per man

Season Standings

PGA Championship Results: Jennings took home the victory with his first second-round pick of Brooks Koepka, who won his second major of the year at the PGA. 

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Wyndham Championship Snake Draft

    1. Webb Simpson (Sobel)
    2. Brandt Snedeker (Sleeze)
    3. Henrik Stenson (Jennings)
    4. Joaquin Niemann (Jennings)
    5. Harold Varner III (Sleeze)
    6. Hideki Matsuyama (Sobel)
    7. Daniel Berger (Sobel)
    8. Billy Horschel (Sleeze)
    9. Rafa Cabrera-Bello (Jennings)
    10. Russell Henley (Jennings)
    11. Ryan Moore (Sleeze)
    12. Chesson Hadley (Sobel)
    13. Andres Romero (Sobel)
    14. Scott Stallings (Sleeze)
    15. Bill Haas (Jennings)
    16. Martin Laird (Jennings)
    17. Grayson Murray (Sleeze)
    18. J.T. Poston (Sobel)

Individual Teams

The guys provided commentary on some of the players. Download the full podcast for more details on their picks.

Sobel

  1. Webb Simpson: “Named his daughter after the title sponsor of the tournament. How do you not take him?”
  2. Hideki Matsuyama
  3. Daniel Berger
  4. Chesson Hadley: “Home cooking.”
  5. Andres Romero
  6. J.T. Poston

Sleeze

  1. Brandt Snedeker: “Doesn’t have a kid named Wyndham, but he’s pretty good at golf.”
  2. Harold Varner III
  3. Billy Horschel: “Blast from the past.”
  4. Ryan Moore
  5. Scott Stallings: “They call him Ricky Bobby. If he’s not first, he’s last.”
  6. Grayson Murray

Jennings

  1. Henrik Stenson: “Class of the field in terms of overall talent.”
  2. Joaquin Niemann
  3. Rafa Cabrera-Bello
  4. Russell Henley
  5. Bill Haas 
  6. Martin Laird
Credit:

Dennis Schneidler-USA TODAY Sports. Pictured: Henrik Stenson

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