The top 5 early picks for the 2021 PLAYERS Championship

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With a rollercoaster 2020 in the books, it’s time to look ahead to (hopefully) a better and more stable year in 2021.

Naturally, the return of the ‘traditional’ men’s major championship schedule will be foremost in the thoughts of most golf fans: the Masters in April, the US PGA in May, the US Open in June and the Open, cancelled this year because of the pandemic, rounding things out in July.

However, there’s a huge tournament taking place before that, with the PLAYERS Championship – abandoned after only one round in 2020 as the full impact of COVID-19 hit the global tours – taking place in March at TPC Sawgrass.

It’s always one of the most keenly anticipated events of the year and, if you’re fond of a flutter, a great opportunity to try and make some money.

With that in mind, we’ve teamed up with to assess the early favourites for the title.

They’ve researched recent performances, scouring the news, checking out odds from all the best sports books and poring over individual golfer stats to compile a list of the five most likely winners.

Hit the NEXT button below to find out who they are (and where your money should be going)…

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