Main Bet: Si-Woo Kim each-way @ 23.022/1
Kevin Kisner ticked a lot of boxes when winning last year's Wyndham Championship and so does the man one place above him in the alphabetical listings for 2022.
Si-Woo Kim was a somehwat surprise challenger in the Open Championship at St Andrews last month, sharing fifth place after 54 holes before finishing tied 15th, easily his best finish in the event.
But there will be no scratching of heads to see his name high on the leaderboard this week; in fact, it will be fully expected.
Kim won this event in 2016 - his first PGA Tour victory - and has finished fifth (2019), third (2020) and second (2021) in the last three editions.
That sensational course form at Sedgefield includes closing 64s in 2019 and 2021 and a third-round 62 in 2020. When he won in 2016, Kim fired an incredible 60 on day two.
Man Utd fan Kim said last year: "I always come here, like so comfortable and like I can do this. Yeah, I love this place.
"Second shot, that's the key here."
Picking up on that point, Strokes Gained: Approach certainly seems a big pointer to success on this course - a short par 70.
Kim has finished 2nd, 3rd and 5th in that metric at Sedgefield and approach play, rather than putting, has fuelled his big finishes: even when he won in 2016, Kim picked up less than a stroke over the field in SG: Putting (0.722).
Since his top 15 at St Andrews, he's had a week off and then posted tied 14th at last week's Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit.
Like Sedgefield, Detroit GC is a Donald Ross design so that has to bode well.
Kim also helps firm up the eye-catching correlation between Sedgefield and TPC Sawgrass. He won the Players Championship in 2017 and five of the last 11 Wyndham winners have also won the Players.
Last year's Wyndham winner Kisner hadn't but he hardly weakens the link having finished runner-up at Sawgrass in 2015 and fourth this year. Both courses feature small Bermuda greens.
A strong, straight driver (47th Driving Accuracy) who racks up a bunch of par breakers - he's 4th in total birdies this season - Kim can get his name on the trophy again.
Next Best: Keith Mitchell each-way @ 51.050/1
Keith Mitchell was on a few betting slips for the Open Championship at St Andrews after it became public knowledge that his Dad was a member there and his sister went to University in the town.
The extra course knowledge didn't play out as he missed the cut but surely he still had a fun time in Scotland after closing with a 66 to finish tied 36th in the Scottish Open and firing a 69 over the Old Course in round two (a Thursday 76 left him too much to do).
Before Mitchell set sail for the UK, he'd been in fine form after following a top 20 at Memorial with tied seventh in the Canadian Open and tied sixth at the Travelers Championship.
Mitchell was also tied 13th at Sawgrass earlier this year and it's been an impressive season as shown by 38th place in the FedEx Cup standings.
Flicking through his other stats, he's 5th for Strokes Gained: Off The Tee, 19th in Birdie Average and 16th in Scoring Average.
Course form of 55-MC-41 doesn't exactly get the pulse racing but he was fourth at halfway on debut in 2018 when opening 65-66 and also started well enough last year.
That strong first 36 holes four years ago was enough to get him into the interview room and he said: "I've hit a lot of stinger 2-irons off these tees to just try to get it in the fairway.
"If you have a little extra club into the greens, it's fine because you can definitely attack from the fairway but not from the rough.
"I actually played in the FootJoy AJGA tournament here probably eight, nine years ago, so I actually remember this golf course. It's benefited me a little bit, and also the clubs off the tee to hit the fairways."
With some positive course memories and good vibes from his trip to St Andrews, Mitchell looks a decent price at 50s in a field that lacks much depth.
Also at 50s, I looked at Adam Long while in-form Scott Stallings could be worth a go at 40s.
Final Bet: Ryan Armour each-way @ 151.0150/1
Ryan Armour doesn't appear to warrant a second look when looking at current form.
The veteran has missed his last four cuts and is down at 162nd in the FedEx Cup standings.
He needs a big week to make the Playoffs so at least that can be spun as incentive!
But beyond that, he appears to have a few things going for him for a 150/1 shot.
The most obvious is course form. Armour had a run of four straight top 25s at Sedgefield between 2017 and 2020.
That included a fourth in 2017 when he fired a 61 to lead at halfway and an eighth in 2018. He was also fourth with a round to play in 2019 before sliding to 22nd.
In short, this is a course the likes of Armour can still compete on.
Two years ago, he said: "I get excited when I come to certain events and this is one of them with how good the greens are.
"The greens staff does such a phenomenal job here at Sedgefield, so I always look forward coming to Wyndham."
Another reason is that it rewards his laser-like driving. "This golf course is always about hitting fairways," he said in 2019 and a check of the current Driving Accuracy stats sees Armour right at the very top.
He's also 4th in Sand Saves and 23rd in Par 4 Scoring Average and that's a nice fit for a par 70 with plenty of bunkers.
So for that current form then. Four missed cuts isn't great but before that run he'd made the top 25 in the Travelers Championship.
That quartet of MCs came directly after and two were either side of a trip to Scotland which lasted just 36 holes so, if being generous, we could view that as a difficult schedule for him.
His last competitive round was a 70 at the 3M Open before he decided five weeks travelling was enough and he skipped the Rocket Mortgage Classic.
That's also a Donald Ross track so surely it's a plus that he was fourth there in 2020.
His absence this year is likely to be so he could give this week his full attention and, if past performances are anything to go by, he's certainly capable of getting in the mix.
History shows that Armour has suddenly popped up after poor runs so let's roll the dice at 150/1.