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The Rocket Mortgage Classic – Professional Golf Tournament on the PGA Tour

The Rocket Mortgage Classic is a professional golf competition on the PGA tour. It had been first staged in 2019 at Detroit Golf Club in Detroit, Michigan. The tournament replaced the Quicken Loans National on the PGA Tour schedule.

The PGA Tour heads to Detroit this week in its fourth straight week of the competition. Though the sector isn’t quite as loaded because it was the first three weeks, there are still stars and professional superstars like Bryson DeChambeau, Webb Simpson, Rickie Fowler and Patrick Reed who will tee it up at Detroit Golf Club.

It’s additionally offered Nate Lashley an interesting environment to defend his 2019 title. He captures his first PGA Tour victory, shooting 2-under-par 70 in the final round to finish 25-under 263 Rocket Mortgage Classic tournament, six shots ahead of the field.

There’s plenty more sunshine around, among cloudier spells, with temperatures rebounding round the 88-94°F mark. It will be relatively windy but nothing too dramatic, with speeds of around 13-16 mph expected.

The 2nd edition of Rocket Mortgage Classic starting from Jul 2 to Jul 5, 2020. The purse for the 2020 Rocket Mortgage Classic is set at $7.5 million.

Below, let’s take a look at the fantasy golf power rankings for the 2020 Rocket Mortgage Classic.

10. Kevin Na

Positions 11th in Bogey Avoidance and 13th in Sand Saves Gained. Finished fifth a week ago.

9. Scottie Scheffler

One more player who missed the cut on the number at 3-under a week ago. Positions eighth in this field in SG: Tee-to-Green.

8. Patrick Reed

Reed missed the cut at the RBC Heritage following a T-7 completion at the Charles Schwab Challenge, however came back with a T-24 last week. He’s seventh in Bogey Avoidance and 13th in SG: Tee-to-Green.

7. Tony Finau

Positions eighth in SG: Approach and leads the field in SG: Tee-to-Green. Hasn’t completed within the top 20 since coming up short at the Waste Management.

6. Viktor Hovland

Up to 21st within the Golf week/Sagarin rankings following a T-11 completion last week. Has consistently improved his results over his four events dating back to the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

5. Sungjae Im

Come back to play with a T-10 result at the Charles Schwab Challenge, yet missed the cut at the RBC Heritage and completed T-58 a week ago. Positions fourth in this field by the Golfweek/Sagarin positioning and has the seventh-lowest betting odds.

4. Tyrrell Hatton

Positioned 4th by the betting odds, Hatton is 17th on the world and 5th (field by Golfweek/Sagain rankings). Took last week off after a T-3 at The RBC Heritage.

3. Hideki Matsuyama

Missed the cut a week ago, yet positions third in the field in SG: Tee-to-Green and ninth in both SG: Approach and Bogey Avoidance. Positions fifth by the betting odds at +1800.

2 Bryson DeChambeau

A massive betting most loved at +650, DeChambeau has six straight top-10 wraps up. Positions fourth in the field in SG: Tee-to-Green and Bogey Avoidance.

1. Webb Simpson

The RBC Heritage champ pulled back a week ago, however comes back to lead the current week’s stat model. His first career win came at the Donald Ross- designed Sedgefield Country Club in 2011.

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