Justin Rose 13/1 2pts EW
Brookes Koepka 34/1 2pts EW
Zach Johnson 34/1 2Pts EW
Hideki Matsuyama 41/1 2pts EW
Robert Streb 46/1 2pts EW
Luke Donald 61/1 2pts EW
Sangmoon Bae 101/1 2pts EW
Jason Bohn 111/1 2pts EW
Following the Barclays where golfhacker lost I have decided to make a few changes. Justin Rose is still there as is Brookes Koepka and Robert Streb. These three had a mixed Barclays. Rose played awesome on the Friday and Saturday placing himself in contention following an awful opening day. He has the game, he just needs a good start this time around.
Open winner, Zach Johnson, finished T-4 at the Barclays and will enter the Deutsche in strong form. Sangmoon Bae was strong but saw his challenge fade away on the final day in the final group of the day. At 101/1 following a T-6 I will be expecting another strong performance from the South Korean.
Top 20 performances from Finau and Matsuyama makes odds set a little harsh for the likes of Bohn who finished T-9th. The only reason I can think is the rise of Jason Day who will compete for World Number One whilst Mcilroy and Spieth will be seeking to secure their positions at the top. Those three are the bookies favourites but it is worth remembering that Chris Kirk won this event last year so be prepared to expect a different winner other than Day, Spieth and Mcilroy.
The race for the FedEx is now well and truly on. From the 100 players taking part only 70 will make it to the next stage. Some in the danger zone will make a charge. Donald may be a good bet to take, particularly as the championship is being played at Luke Donald's home course.