As you know, it’s PGA Championship week — the penultimate time the event will be the final major of the season — and the last chance to make some major money betting on golf. Below I’ve taken precious time out of my whirlwind schedule to give you my can’t-miss, sure-fire, mortal locks for the PGA Championship.┬áSo — get your pencil’s ready, kiddos — I’m only going to say this once:

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Hello, friends and degenerate wagerers! After a lean week for most of us, it’s time to get back on track and back in the winner’s circle at the AT&T Byron Nelson.

Let’s be honest — no one on the planet (except that one lucky dolt across the pond who bet 100 pounds on the stud) could have seen Si Woo Kim claiming the PLAYERS Championship.

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Hilton Head, SC – After the excitement and pressure of the year’s first major, the tour returns to a more normal rhythm at the 2016 RBC Heritage Classic.

Typically, as the golf world recovers from it’s annual pilgrimage to Augusta National, the field at the Heritage is a little less daunting. And there’s no exception this year, with only four of the top 20 players in the Official World Golf Ranking participating.

Headlining the field is World number one Jason Day of Australia. The reigning PGA champion comes in off a disappointing 10th place finish in the Masters and will be looking to get back to his winning ways that saw him win his last two starts prior to 2016’s first major.

Other top ranked players in the field include the 15th ranked Brandt Snedeker, who had a top 10 at Augusta, defending Open champion Zach Johnson, ranked 17th, and South African Branden Grace, the 14th ranked player in the world.

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It was a big week for Australia’s Jason Day, who accomplished much more than claiming the top spot in’s Fantasy Golf Rankings, March 29, 2016 edition.

The reigning PGA Champion set himself up as an early favorite heading into next week’s Masters with a second consecutive PGA Tour victory. The 28-year old followed up his win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational with an equally impressive victory at the WGC Dell Match Play Championship on Sunday.

The Back-to-Back wins also moved Day back to the top of the Official World Golf Ranking for a second time. The Aussie last held the top spot after his win at the BMW Championship last September.

In the Razzball rankings, Day edged Match Play runner-up Louis Oosthuizen and former #1 Adam Scott for the number one position. The nine-time PGA tour champion jumped from 7 to 1.

Oosthuizen moved up a spot to #2, while Scott fell two places to #3 after holding the top placing for four weeks.

A couple of other players with big-time Match Play results complete the Top Five. Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy used his fourth place finish to move from eighth to #4 in our weekly survey. Meanwhile the player who beat him in the consolation match, Rafa Cabrera Bello of Spain, improved by 14 spots to land at number five.

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