Greg DePalma goes solo this week breaking down the field for the final Kentucky Derby prep race of the spring, as the Arkansas Derby goes to post with Breeders Cup Juvenile winner Classic Empire challenged by Todd Pletcher’s Malagacy.
It’s been six years since Luke Donald was the world’s top-ranked player and five year’s since he last won on the PGA Tour. But thanks to four career runner-up finishes at Harbour Town there’s no better place for Donald’s drought to end than in this week’s RBC Heritage.
Ryan Blaney looks for his first career Cup win in the O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 from Texas Motor Speedway. He’s coming off a second-place finish in the Xfinity Series race yesterday and will be a longshot pick for both analysts today.
Greg DePalma and handicapper Jon Hardoon of TheSheets.com break down the fields for two key Kentucky Derby prep races on Saturday’s docket: The Wood Memorial from Aqueduct and the Santa Anita Derby out west.
The world’s No. 1 Dustin Johnson goes for his fourth straight win and his first green jacket at this week’s Masters Tournament. Here’s an in-depth look at the favorites, top contenders, sleepers, longshots and more to keep an eye on at golf’s first major of 2017.
Looking for his first win of the season, Kyle Busch will defend his win in this race last year which he thoroughly dominated by leading 352 laps. Both analysts will take Kyle to repeat as part of their race picks in this week’s STP 500 from Martinsville Speedway. Let’s see which other drivers make this week’s lists.
Greg DePalma and handicapper Jon Hardoon of TheSheets.com break down a weak field for Saturday’s Florida Derby, where Gunnevera and Battalion Runner provide the only two noteworthy entrants for a Kentucky Derby prep race.
After missing out on wins over his last three races by placing second, Kyle Larson will try to take that next step this week with his second career Cup win in this week’s Auto Club 400 from California. Both analysts will take Larson from their picks list as well as two Hendrick drivers. Let’s see which other drivers make this week’s lists.
Rory McIlroy is not only one of the best players of our time, but he’s also one of the best in match play formats. PSN managing editor Jeff Shain believes the 27-year old Irishman will capture his second WGC title later this week as he makes the necessary preparations in his game towards winning the one major championship which has eluded him so far…The Masters.
CJ Radune will attempt to make it 4 for 4 to start the season in this week’s Camping World 500 from Phoenix Raceway. Both analysts will use two identical drivers from their list including 6-1 shot Joey Logano who won here in November and will start on the pole.