WGC-Cadillac Championship Picks

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PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL (TheSpread) – The 2012 WGC-Cadillac Championship gets started on Thursday. Here are some golfers to consider placing your money on to win.

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Rory McIlroy 6/1

Just like last week, I expect McIlroy to find himself contending once again. You can’t really expect him not to contend given the hot streak he is one. McIlroy has finished in the top 5 in 10 of his last 11 tournaments to get the No. 1 ranking in the world. I see McIlroy having a shot to win again this week come Sunday.

Tiger Woods 7/1

Woods has been showing signs of life as of late, and his 62 on Sunday of the Honda Classic gives some hope that he can start winning tournaments consistently. He has to put a whole week together, but if he keeps his driver in the fairway, he has a shot to win. With this being a competitive field, Tiger should be driven to contend.

Keegan Bradley 40/1

Bradley has been a golfer that has also been very consistent as of late. He has placed in the top 22 of his last 11 tournaments, which includes a runner-up finish at the Northern Trust Open. Bradley is slowly climbing up the world rankings and I expect him to be a dark horse to win this weekend.

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