Jon Ram out of 5 picks Sunday

Matthew Fitzpatrick and Will Xalatores are currently in T1 with a one-hit lead at 4-under par after the third round of the US Open. Now, we’re looking forward to Sunday’s fourth round, which features plenty of support angles to attack the PrizePicks.

Below, I give my five flexi plays from PrizePicks for the fourth round of the 2022 US Open. For those unfamiliar with flexi plays in golf, different combinations of overs and unders generate different payouts.

Using the five plays below, getting five of five scoring correct payouts 8x, four of five scoring correcting payout 1.5x and three of five scoring correcting payout 0.4x.

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John Ram: Round 4 under 71 strokes

Ram is T3 at 4-lower after shooting 71 on Saturday. Round three 71 doesn’t tell the whole story for Ram because he should have easily passed under that number before crashing into the 18th hole which resulted in a double bogey.

Assuming he didn’t melt on the last hole again on Sunday, Ram should have fallen below that total. Ram has been dominant across the board so far in the championship in every vital metric outside of SG: Approach-the-Green.

Of the remaining areas, Rahm ranks third in SG: Putting, 26th in SG: Around-the-Green, second in SG: Off-the-Tee, and 16th in SG: Tee-to-Green. After shooting 71 or less in each of the first three rounds, Ram should be a good bet to continue his strong play on Sunday.

I wouldn’t play that total in anything less than 71.

Patrick Reed: Round 4 on 73 strokes

Patrick Reed is a T45 at 6 over a foot after hitting a 75 on Saturday. After successfully hitting that strut in the third round, I’m going back to the well.

Playing Reed around the green has been his saving grace so far in this tournament as the rest of his game was worth fading away. Of the remaining areas, Reed ranks only 55 in SG: Approach-the-Green, 48 in SG: Off-the-Tee, and 48 in SG: Tee-to-Green.

Reed will be looking to make his LIV debut as his game continues to decline and I don’t see much success in the final round of this tournament.

I would like to play that number up to 73.5.

Justin Thomas: Round 4 on 71 strokes

This is another element that we hit on Saturday and I’ll take it again. Thomas is a T25 at 3-over after firing 72 in the third round.

Like Reed, Thomas’s play in this tournament was saved by only one aspect of his game – his iron game. Other than that, the rest of Thomas’ game suffered badly. It ranks only 51st among the remaining fields in SG: Putting, 45th in SG: Around-the-Green and 30th in SG: Off-the-Tee.

Thomas’ frustration began early in the third round when base officials didn’t give him a free water drain, and he struggled the rest of his tour after that. With Thomas entering the third round already frustrated with not being at the level he has been all season, I don’t expect him to have much confidence in rebounding in the fourth round with such a huge deficit between him and the top of the league. Leaderboard.

I would like to play this total to 71.5.

Will Xalatores: Round 4 on 71 strokes

As I mentioned in the introduction, Will Zalatoris is a T1 with a 4-lower average after shooting 67 on Saturday. This play is more of a fading of recent history than anything else as Zalatoris often finds himself in the job and never finishes the job.

Throughout his young career, Zalatoris always seemed to find himself on top of the leaderboard without being able to pull off a win. Far from withdrawing from the Open Championship in 2021, Zalatores has finished inside the top eight – without a win – in each of his past four Grand Slams.

His metrics are great in this tournament and there’s no reason why he can’t find himself on top of the leaderboard by the end of this tournament. However, as a huge Zalatoris fan, I know the high probability that he will never be able to do it again.

I wouldn’t play that number with anything higher than 71.

Brooks Koepka: 4th round over 72.5 strokes

Brooks Koepka was in the T40 at 5-over after firing the 75 on Saturday. Koepka struggled really hard in the third round and he should have shot even higher had it not been for his superb condition.

The rest of his game was brutal as he ranked 50th among the fields in SG: Around-the-Green, 61st in SG: Approach-the-Green, and 60th in SG: Tee-to-Green. While Koepka has dominated the US Open in the past, it looks like his turbulent year will continue on Sunday as he is very far from returning.

I wouldn’t play with that total above 72.5.

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