With Webb, you're going to have to lay a little juice at -180 for the ML, but it's worth it. He led the field with +1.88 strokes gained approach on Friday but lost over 2 strokes with his putter. Justin Thomas, on the other hand, finished top four in strokes gained approach (+1.43) and nearly doubled the entire field with a whopping +3.88 strokes gained tee to green. Add that to the fact he lost 1.15 strokes putting, and JT is in a prime position to contend for the overall top spot on the leaderboard once Round 2 concludes. I also saw Thomas with head-to-head Round 2 matchups against Dustin Johnson and John Rahm. Once we added the tee to green numbers and I noticed Rahm on the fade list there, I decided to split my Justin Thomas unit between his head-to-head with Rahm and his head-to-head with Rory, whose putter was on fire.