Golf Tips and Predictions: Honda Classic

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The Honda Classic is a golf tournament that has captivated fans around the world.

A staple within the PGA Tour, players can find a win to turnaround their season and make a name for themselves among the best of them.

Making an effort to take every hole with the utmost detail and care will be once again imperative at the National Members Club with any error being crucial to ending standing.

Looking at the specs of this course, these players know their performances have to be great to stand out.

The past few weeks have seen a ton of errors in winning positions and unforced errors.

Cutting out the mental mistakes and easy putts, the most consistent players truly have a shot at winning most tournaments.

The Honda Classic should hold good enough conditions for most of these players participating, but let’s look at a few who are worth looking at in the outrights betting section!

Players to Watch For

Sungjae Im - Comfort in the Fight

Sungjae Im although inconsistent so far in 2023, always loves a good Honda Classic.

A former winner of this tournament, Im has fared well in most iterations of this competition because of how he suits him for these conditions.

Im has done fairly well in making his putts easier right off the bats of holes and can control his stroke by stroke intentions.

Sungjae is one of the most talented players in the sport, and people should not lose hope.

Im is capable of taking a deep run into the books here, with no looking back.

Keeping the grind up will be important for Im and there is a certain emphasis on taking it day by day.

Tommy Fleetwood - Fan Favorite Knocking

The man from Southport currently sits at 25th in the PGA Rankings.

Not far from really making the elite, Fleetwood needs a win like this to truly spark his rise.

Being cut in the past few tournaments, Tommy has some work to do to reach his goals.

Sipping on the edge of some big results, he is still only 32 years old, and can use some big results to propel him.

Fleetwood should find these circumstances at the Honda Classic optimal, and can start off with some solid holes on Thursday/Friday.

Brooks Koepka - Finishing off Right

Last but not least, Brooks Koepka has been relatively quiet in the past year or so.

His efficiency on the fairway hasn’t been up to par, causing a ton of lacklustre performances.

However, like many others in the field he will be well-suited in the Honda Classic scheme.

Brooks needs to start gaining his confidence back, and what better week to do so than this?

Showing up at the Honda Classic could be truly big, so don’t be surprised if he does.