Mark Cannizzaro and George Willis an Post make their open debates 2019:
Brooks Koepka: The world's hottest player has a history. Do not buy into the theory that Koepka's short course of driving (driving) will take away as the man is amazing on everything, in particular, that strikes a steward.
Phil Mickelson: History is also very popular, culminating in the seventh time in the open history of the United States.
Dustin Johnson: Its history is rich in Pebble Beach; He plays Pebble Beach beautifully (outside a mess he made at the US Open 2010.).
Tiger Woods: He looked heavily at his form two weeks ago at the Memorial, especially on the weekend when he had a chance to go crazy.
Matt Kuchar: The guy was a top 10 machine and he could win his first career based on his consistent form and the fact that Pebble Beach is not in favor of the long bombers.
Dustin Johnson: Another winner is the 2016 Irish Open and he was good at Pebble, having won the National AT&T Pro-Am in 2009 and 2010. He is probably also tired of a good friend Brooks Koepka the stewards of long to win.
Rory McIlroy: Northern Ireland has a lot of confidence and momentum here after the 2011 US Open winner was worried at Canada's opening last week.
Brooks Koepka: Pebble Beach is not a bomber course and its iron game will be tested more than it was at Black Bethpage and is going for the first U. Open through peat in 114 years.
Rickie Fowler: Speaking about “to be won,” Fowler meets directly and is long enough to be discussed here. But this course doesn't play it a lot in competition.
Bryson DeChambeau: The choice of the long shot which can make its way to the leader board and controversy for its first major part if this unique approach works this weekend.
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