Golf Tips and Predictions: PGA Wells Fargo Championship

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The PGA Tour is back on top and we will be seeing one of the biggest tournaments in May being played at the Quail Hollow Golf course.

There will be multiple star players coming on the biggest stage to make their presence known at the Wells Fargo Open, a 20$ million purse tournaments with the winners taking home a crucial set of PGA Tour rankings points.

The best golfers have shown out in multiple events this year, and there will be all to play for at the QH Golf course this time around.

The Masters was a huge event for some of these players but now turns into the summer swing where all players will want to make a huge mark on their season.

Only the best will be on display at the Wells Fargo Open, so let’s take a look at some of the competitors heading into what is one of the biggest tournaments of the year.

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Players to Watch For

Rory Mcllroy - Familiar in the Face of Adversity

Rory has had a rough past few months on the PGA Tour and there is a lot of work to be done for the legend of the game.

He just hasn’t been seeing the courses as well, and there are going to be opportunities this time around on the green this time around.

If he can develop some more edge to his driver this event will be plenty enough for his taking.

Rory generally performs well at tournaments where the ball zooms through the air, and he feels like the Wells Fargo Open could be a turning point in his season.

Making the right moves on the putting end of the course will be of utmost importance, and he will have many opportunities to clutch up on birdies or better throughout this tournament.

Colin Morikawa - Rebound Time

Colin Morikawa and his ability to make the right decisions on the course have been a little lacklustre in the past few months.

A rebound tournament is much needed for the youngster in what looks to be going to be a great career.

Morikawa has already seen the brightest lights of the season and made the biggest plays at such a young age.

There is nothing better than getting back on track with a top two placing, something that Morikawa has to do this time around.

Max Homa - A Good Shout

Max Homa has been in excellent form since the start of this season and the talented prospect is finally making huge waves on the PGA Tour.

His play has been captivated by miracle shots out of the clutch and has landed him in a spot within the top players of the world.

Homa still has much to learn within the PGA Tour, but his game is too big to not consider him a threat in these tournaments.

He has the ability to go out there and put on a show, something which he will be looking to do at the Wells Fargo Open.