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Wells Fargo Championship Picks, Predictions, and odds for this week's PGA Tour event. Geoff Fienberg and Rick Gehman discuss and make their early picks.

Wells Fargo Championship Picks, Predictions, and Odds: Pay the Price For Matthew Fitzpatrick

Last year, Rory McIlroy was your winner for the Wells Fargo Championship. He's the favorite again this year but we need to find you some good value, which is exactly what Geoff Fienberg and Rick Gehman are here to do.

Outside of Rory McIlroy, you have the likes of Corey Conners, Matthew Fitzpatrick, and Tony Finau in that next group. The guys are eyeing Matthew Fitzpatrick this week, and they dive into why that is the case here for the Wells Fargo Championship.

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Wells Fargo Championship Predictions

Geoff Fienberg's Wells Fargo Championship predictions and picks get started with Matthew Fitzpatrick at +2500. He explains how he has yet to get burned by Fitzpatrick and why now might be the time to get in on him with the looks of the rest of the field.

Beyond that, Gary Woodland is someone he is using an odds bost on to get his odds from +3500 to +500 on Bet365 and then there's even an Abe Ancer play and Sepp Straka longshot play at +7000.

As always, Geoff will be back later in the week to share his full card but make sure to tail his early picks and keep an eye out for the rest coming soon.

Wells Fargo Championship Picks

Geoff Fienberg's Wells Fargo Championship Outright Picks

Wells Fargo Championship Odds

Rory McIlroy+850
Corey Conners+2000
Matthew Fitzpatrick+2200
Tony Finau+2500
Abraham Ancer+3500
Keegan Bradley+3500
Russell Henley+3500
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