DKGolfBargains Value DFS Picks – Desert Classic – Week 3

Value Picks Returning Top 5 Finishes This Season

1st – Matt Kuchar – $8,500 – Sony Open

Desert Classic

Joaquin Niemann – $7,600

The Santiago Sensation ranks 1st for Opportunities Gained in this field over the last 50 rounds. He also ranks 5th for Birdie Or Better Gained and 7th for Eagles Gained over the last 50 rounds. This is ideal for a guaranteed 3 round event. The World Number 155 that took the PGA Tour by storm last year has a top 10 finish hit rate of 27%. Joaquin ranks 1st in the field this week for Shots Gained Tee 2 Green over the last 24 rounds and 3rd for Opportunities Gained over the last 3 months.

Corey Conners – $7,500

The Canadian is tidily climbing up the world rankings and has broken into the top 200 for the very first time. Corey’s last 5 outings have seen him record a 23rd place finish, a 3rd and a 2nd. However, his form extends further than that where over his last 50 rounds he ranks 6th in this field for Opportunities Gained and 10th for Birdies Or Better Gained. The reason for all these birdie opportunities is his excellent Tee 2 Green game where he ranks 6th for Shots Gained Tee 2 Green over the last 50 rounds.

Anders Albertson – $7,200  

The 2019 PGA Tour rookie ranks 3rd for Opportunities Gained over the last 50 rounds for the field this week. In the space of just under a year the PGA Tour rookie has risen from 700th in the World Rankings to 230th. Last season saw him record 6 top 11 place finishes on the Web.com Tour and finish 3rd on the Money Leaders list. The step up in class doesn’t seem to be an issue either with Anders making his last 4 cuts in a row with an impressive 5th place finish at The Sanderson Farms Championship 4 events back. Anders also sits 1st in Ball Striking over the last 3 months and 21st in DK Points Gained over the last 3 months.

Nick Watney – $7,200

Nick ranks 9th in our model this week and is available at a very juicy price of just $7,200. The World Number 144 ranks 6th in the field this week for Opportunities Gained over the last 3 months. This has helped him on his way to 4 top 30 place finishes in his last 7 events. Nick also ranks 17th for Birdie Or Better Gained over the last 3 months and sits 21st for DK Points Gained in the all time stats for this field. On paper the former World Number 9 looks to have a safe floor and in lieu of the fact he creates so many opportunities of late gives him a great ceiling too.

Sungjae Im – $8,100

The Korean birdie machine makes his first appearance in our model’s top 10 this week.  With it being a guaranteed 3 round event this week birdies are of a premium and the World Number 92 ranks 8th in the field this week for Birdie Or Better Gained over the last 3 months. He has adapted to the PGA Tour extremely quickly having made 5 of 7 cuts and posting three top 16 place finishes including a 4th at the Safeway Open. For me, his result at the Sony Open last week was going to be a big sign of what’s to come. A 16th place finish gives me confidence that the 2 time 2018 Web.com Tour winner is going to be a PGA Tour star.

Sam Ryder – $7,100

I tipped up Sam last week and he missed the cut, however, he was drawn on the worst side of the weather and did shoot a 67 in round 1. The World Number 152 still sits 4th in this field for Shots Gained Tee 2 Green over the last 24 rounds and 7th for Opportunities Gained. He is still giving himself the change to record a big finish and we can see proof of this in his 4 top 7 finishes over his last 11 events. Hopefully his last 2 missed cuts should keep his ownership down too.

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DKGolfBargains Value DFS Picks – Sony Open – Week 2

Gary Woodland – $10,800 – Proj Ownership – Mid To High

Not going to shock anyone this one but Gary comes out at number 1 on our model and seeing as he isn’t the highest priced golfer this week I see him as a value pick. The 3 time PGA Tour winner has now reached the highest world ranking he ever has after last week’s 2nd place finish, residing currently at number 22 in the world. Gary ranks 1st in this field for Shots Gained Total at Waialae, 11th for Shots Gained Tee 2 Green over the last 3 months and 5th for Opportunities Gained over the last 3 months. Let’s hope the distraction of his beloved Chiefs playing this weekend doesn’t distract him too much!

Matt Kuchar – $8,500 – Proj Ownership – Mid

As with last week this is far too low a price for an in form Kuuuuch. The 9 time PGA Tour winner ranks 2nd in our model this week. The world number 32 ranks 2nd in this field for All Time Shots Gained Total, 5th for Shots Gained Total at Waialae and 6th for Opportunities Gained over the last 3 months. Matt has already tasted victory this ‘season’ with his victory at the Mayakoba Classic 3 events back.

Scott Piercy – $7,600 – Proj Ownership – Mid

Sorry this is going to be a chalky one but still a good value pick. Scott has made no secret of his love for this tournament and course. He can back that up too with ranking 10th in this field for Shots Gained Total. The Australian’s form is also impressive. He ranks 6th for Shots Gained Tee 2 Green and 12th for Opportunities Gained over the last 3 months which has resulted in 3 top 10 finishes in his last 4 events.

Sam Ryder – $7,200 – Proj Ownership – Mid To Low

Sam ranks 7th this week in our model and his stats look very impressive. The world number 149 is still climbing up the rankings each season and has sneakily recorded 4 top 10 finishes in his last 11 events. Therefore it might not surprise you to see that Sam ranks 1st for Opportunities Gained and 2nd for Shots Gained Tee 2 Green over the last 3 months.

James Hahn – $7,300 – Proj Ownership – Low

The world number 158 comes in ranked 5th in our model this week. James has made his last 6 cuts which is the same kind of form he showed before last year’s 2nd place finish here. His underlying stats paint a picture that suggest he is very close to another high finish. He ranks 12th in Opportunities Gained and 18th in Shots Gained Tee 2 Green over the last 3 months. All it will take is for him to have a hot week with the putter and he could crush this event. He should have plenty of good vibes too to help get the putter going after his finish here last year.

Cameron Davis – $6,800 – Low

The impressive Australian youngster is another player that continues to improve each year. The World Number 107 ranks 9th in our model this week. He ranks 9th in this field too for Opportunities Gained over the last 3 months and 16th for Shots Gained Tee 2 Green over this time. The former Australian Open winner has also kept his match fitness sharp having played some big events over in Australasia over the PGA Tour close season.

 

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DKGolfBargains Value DFS Picks – Sentry Tournament Of Champions – Week 1

Sentry Tournament Of Champions

Paul Casey – $7,900 – Proj Ownership = Mid

Paul comes out ranked 4th in our model this week. The world number 22 has not played the Plantation course at Kapalua before but he does rank 3rd in our Course Fit model. The Englishman’s form is also very good where he has recorded top 20 finishes in each of his last 4 events. This sees him ranked 7th for Shots Gained Total over the last 2 months. His putting shouldn’t be a worry too as he ranks mid field for Shots Gained Putting on slow Bermuda over the last 2 months.

Jason Day – $9,000 – Proj Ownership = Mid To High

Jason ranks 5th in our model this week just behind the aforementioned Casey. $9,000 for a player the caliber of the world number 14 screams value to me. The former major winner enjoys playing in this competition where he ranks 6th in the field for Shots Gained Total at Kapalua. He also ranks 9th for Shots Gained Putting on slow Bermuda and 10th for Shots Gained Tee 2 Green in the all time stats. As with Casey, Jason has finished top 20 in each of his last 4 events including a 5th three events ago.

Matt Kuchar – $7,600 – Proj Ownership = Low

A mouth watering price for Kuuuuuuuch. The world number 34 putts very well on this type of green where he ranks 8th in this field for Shots Gained Putting on slow Bermuda over the last 2 years. This excellent putting in these conditions is a big reason why he ranks 8th for Shots Gained Total at Kapalua. The consistent stalwart ranks 9th in this field for Shots Gained Tee 2 Green in the all time stats. His recent form is also mouth watering where he recorded a victory at the Mayakoba Golf Classic just 2 outings ago.

Ian Poulter $6,800 – Proj Ownership = Low

The Ryder Cup star had a fantastic season last season considering the season before saw him almost lose his PGA Tour card. Starting 2018 ranked outside the world’s top 50, the Englishman consolidated his place in the world’s elite by finishing the season ranked 39th. With the pressure of losing out on his card now a distant memory and the licence to strut around once again after a successful 2018 Ryder Cup I see a big season happening for Poults this year. I think this starts with a great tournament this week. Ian ranks 9th in this field for Shots Gained Putting on slow Bermuda over the last 2 years which is a big reason why he ranks 10th for Shots Gained Total at Kapalua. A top 10 finish at the CJ Cup just 3 outings ago ensures that his recent form is solid too.

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Final Results For The 2018 Season.

Value Picks Returning Top 5 Finishes This Season

1st – Keegan Bradley – $7,300 – BMW – Week 36

1st – Kevin Na – $8,700 – Greenbrier – Week 27

1st – Russell Knox – $9,600 – Irish Open – Week 27

1st – Aaron Wise – $8,800 – Byron Nelson – Week 20

1st – Jason Day – $9,400 – Farmers Insurance – Week 4

1st – Bubba Watson – $8,200 – WGC Dell Match Play – Week 12

2nd – Billy Horschel – $7,200 – Tour Championship – Week 37

2nd – Ryan Fox – $7,700 – Irish Open – Week 27

2nd – Patrick Reed – $7,700 – Valspar Championship – Week 10

2nd – Chez Reavie – $8,000 – AT&T – Week 6

2nd – Adrian Otaugui – $7,700 – China Open – Week 17

2nd – Paul Casey – $9,600 – Travelers Championship – Week 25

3rd – Billy Horschel – $8,000 – BWM – Week 36

3rd – Lucas Herbert – $7,100  – Rocco Forte Open – Week 19

3rd – Brandon Steele – $7,800 – Waste Management Open – Week 5

3rd – Alex Noren – $8,700 – WGC Dell Match Play – Week 12

3rd – Jorge Campillo – $8,700 – China Open –  Week 17

3rd – Emiliano Grillo – $8,600 – Fort Worth Invitational – Week 21

3rd – Jorge Campillo – $8,000 – Irish Open – Week 27

3rd – Billy Horschel – $7,300 – Northern Trust Open – Week 34

4th – Seungsu Han – $7500 – Oman Open – Week 7

4th – CT Pan – $6,700 – Dell Tech Championship – Week 35

5th – Chris Paisley – $7,400 – Dubai Desert Classic – Week 4

5th – Phil Mickelson – $8,700 – Waste Management Open – Week 5

5th – Seungsu Han – $8,500 – Corales Puntacana Championship – Week 12

5th – Webb Simpson – $9,400 – RBC Heritage – Week 15

5th – Jorge Campillo – $8,500 – Espana De Open – Week 15

5th – Phil Mickelson – $9,200 – Wells Fargo – Week 18

5th – Tony Finau – $7,500 – The US Open – Week 24

5th – Harold Varner III – $7,000 – Greenbrier – Week 27

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DKGolfBargains value DFS picks – The Tour Championship

Value Picks Returning Top 5 Finishes This Season

1st – Keegan Bradley – $7,300 – BMW – Week 36

1st – Kevin Na – $8,700 – Greenbrier – Week 27

1st – Russell Knox – $9,600 – Irish Open – Week 27

1st – Aaron Wise – $8,800 – Byron Nelson – Week 20

1st – Jason Day – $9,400 – Farmers Insurance – Week 4

1st – Bubba Watson – $8,200 – WGC Dell Match Play – Week 12

2nd – Ryan Fox – $7,700 – Irish Open – Week 27

2nd – Patrick Reed – $7,700 – Valspar Championship – Week 10

2nd – Chez Reavie – $8,000 – AT&T – Week 6

2nd – Adrian Otaugui – $7,700 – China Open – Week 17

2nd – Paul Casey – $9,600 – Travelers Championship – Week 25

3rd – Billy Horschel – $8,000 – BWM – Week 36

3rd – Lucas Herbert – $7,100  – Rocco Forte Open – Week 19

3rd – Brandon Steele – $7,800 – Waste Management Open – Week 5

3rd – Alex Noren – $8,700 – WGC Dell Match Play – Week 12

3rd – Jorge Campillo – $8,700 – China Open –  Week 17

3rd – Emiliano Grillo – $8,600 – Fort Worth Invitational – Week 21

3rd – Jorge Campillo – $8,000 – Irish Open – Week 27

3rd – Billy Horschel – $7,300 – Northern Trust Open – Week 34

4th – Seungsu Han – $7500 – Oman Open – Week 7

4th – CT Pan – $6,700 – Dell Tech Championship – Week 35

5th – Chris Paisley – $7,400 – Dubai Desert Classic – Week 4

5th – Phil Mickelson – $8,700 – Waste Management Open – Week 5

5th – Seungsu Han – $8,500 – Corales Puntacana Championship – Week 12

5th – Webb Simpson – $9,400 – RBC Heritage – Week 15

5th – Jorge Campillo – $8,500 – Espana De Open – Week 15

5th – Phil Mickelson – $9,200 – Wells Fargo – Week 18

5th – Tony Finau – $7,500 – The US Open – Week 24

5th – Harold Varner III – $7,000 – Greenbrier – Week 27

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The Tour Championship – Week 37

Billy Horschel – $7,300

Yes, after last week we are continuing to ride the Billy Ho train. He came in trumps for us last week after his 3rd place finish following his withdrawal through illness the week before. A lovely finish at low ownership as we projected. As we said last week, Billy has got hot at this time of the year before and it is happening again. He comes in 4th on our model this week. He ranks 3rd for Shots Gained Tee 2 Green over the last 2 months, 2nd for Proximity To The Flag in this field over the last 2 months and 15th for Birdie Or Better Scored.

Patrick Cantlay – $7,100

Patrick comes in ranked 7th in our model this week. The world number 24 has made his last 9 cuts in a row and recorded a top 10 finish 33% of the time in the run. This shows how close he is to recording a win this season and it wouldn’t be a surprise if that week is this week. Patrick ranks 3rd for Proximity To The Flag over the last 2 months, 6th for Shots Gained Tee 2 Green over the last 2 months and 22nd for Birdie Or Better Gained.

Gary Woodland – $6,700

Since finally settling down after the euphoria of his first win in 5 years Gary has now gone 10 events in a row without missing a cut. Another great finish last week gives us plenty of confidence in the world number 40 again this week. Gary ranks 4th for Shots Gained Tee 2 Green over the last 2 months, 22nd for Proximity and 14th for Birdie Or Better Gained. Interesting his finishing position has exactly halved in the last 3 events – 48th>24th>12th. Therefore we shouldn’t be surprised by a 6th place finish this week 😉

Kyle Stanley – $6,100

Kyle seems to have had a very quiet season this year but looking at this underlying stats he should me more talked up than he has been. He has actually recorded a 5th and two 2nds this year and continues to climb up the world rankings. It therefore may surprise you to know that he has now reach his highest world ranking position ever of 27th (albeit he did hit 26 a few weeks back). So if we think of all the great stuff Kyle has done over the last 2 years he is technically playing ever better now. Therefore his ceiling is certainly a win this week. Stats wise, Kyle ranks 4th for Proximity To The Flag over the last 2 months, 11th for Shots Gained Tee 2 Green and 25th for Birdie Or Better Gained.

DKGolfBargains value DFS picks – KLM Open & The Tour Championship – Week 37

Value Picks Returning Top 5 Finishes This Season

1st – Keegan Bradley – $7,300 – BMW – Week 36

1st – Kevin Na – $8,700 – Greenbrier – Week 27

1st – Russell Knox – $9,600 – Irish Open – Week 27

1st – Aaron Wise – $8,800 – Byron Nelson – Week 20

1st – Jason Day – $9,400 – Farmers Insurance – Week 4

1st – Bubba Watson – $8,200 – WGC Dell Match Play – Week 12

2nd – Ryan Fox – $7,700 – Irish Open – Week 27

2nd – Patrick Reed – $7,700 – Valspar Championship – Week 10

2nd – Chez Reavie – $8,000 – AT&T – Week 6

2nd – Adrian Otaugui – $7,700 – China Open – Week 17

2nd – Paul Casey – $9,600 – Travelers Championship – Week 25

3rd – Billy Horschel – $8,000 – BWM – Week 36

3rd – Lucas Herbert – $7,100  – Rocco Forte Open – Week 19

3rd – Brandon Steele – $7,800 – Waste Management Open – Week 5

3rd – Alex Noren – $8,700 – WGC Dell Match Play – Week 12

3rd – Jorge Campillo – $8,700 – China Open –  Week 17

3rd – Emiliano Grillo – $8,600 – Fort Worth Invitational – Week 21

3rd – Jorge Campillo – $8,000 – Irish Open – Week 27

3rd – Billy Horschel – $7,300 – Northern Trust Open – Week 34

4th – Seungsu Han – $7500 – Oman Open – Week 7

4th – CT Pan – $6,700 – Dell Tech Championship – Week 35

5th – Chris Paisley – $7,400 – Dubai Desert Classic – Week 4

5th – Phil Mickelson – $8,700 – Waste Management Open – Week 5

5th – Seungsu Han – $8,500 – Corales Puntacana Championship – Week 12

5th – Webb Simpson – $9,400 – RBC Heritage – Week 15

5th – Jorge Campillo – $8,500 – Espana De Open – Week 15

5th – Phil Mickelson – $9,200 – Wells Fargo – Week 18

5th – Tony Finau – $7,500 – The US Open – Week 24

5th – Harold Varner III – $7,000 – Greenbrier – Week 27

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KLM Open – Euro – Week 37

Richard McEvoy – $7,300

Richard has won 2 events in his last 5 starts. One was a Challenger Tour event and the other was the Porsche European Open. As usually happens after a player’s first main tour win they have a few quiet weeks before putting in another excellent performance. Richard has followed up his 2 wins with a 34th, then a 37th and then a 16th so it appears he is heading back in the right direction for another good finish this week.

Joakim Lageren – $7,700

The Swede enters this week after a missed cut last week and this should hopefully keep his ownership down. Before last week’s missed cut the Swede recorded 4 straight top 45 finishes. Within his last 11 starts the world number 163 has recorded a 12th, a 3rd and a victory at the Rocco Forte Sicilian Open. A 9th and a 20th the last 2 years at this event / course gives us confidence that he’s in for a good week.

Ross Fisher – $8,400

Ross is the 3rd highest ranked player world ranking wise in the field this week yet is only priced up as the 17th most expensive. The Englishman has had a very up and down year but seems to have settled recently having made his last 4 cuts in a row. The world number 60 is another one that plays well here in Holland having recorded 3 previous top 10 finishes including a victory. Ross has easily made the cut that last 2 years her at The Dutch Club, Spijk. I don’t see Ross missing the cut and the potential is huge for a player of his class.

Benjamin Hebert – $7,300

The Frenchman comes in this week having made 8 of his last 9 cuts. This includes 5 top 28 place finishes including a 2nd at the Belgium Knockout. The world number 177 has actually only missed 3 cuts all season so should be a safe bet to make the cut with upside of a top 25 finish at a nice cheap price.

David Horsey – $7,500

The Englishman has made 7 of his last 8 cuts recording 3 top 25 finishes in that time including a 7th at the Shot Clock Masters. The world number 208 plays some of his best golf at this event having recorded 4 top 10 finishes here in 9 attempts. This includes a 4th at this exact course in 2016.

The Tour Championship – Week 37

Billy Horschel –

Yes, after last week we are continuing to ride the Billy Ho train. He came in trumps for us last week after his 3rd place finish following his withdrawal through illness the week before. A lovely finish at low ownership as we projected. As we said last week, Billy has got hot at this time of the year before and it is happening again. He comes in 4th on our model this week. He ranks 3rd for Shots Gained Tee 2 Green over the last 2 months, 2nd for Proximity To The Flag in this field over the last 2 months and 15th for Birdie Or Better Scored.

Patrick Cantlay –

Patrick comes in ranked 7th in our model this week. The world number 24 has made his last 9 cuts in a row and recorded a top 10 finish 33% of the time in the run. This shows how close he is to recording a win this season and it wouldn’t be a surprise if that week is this week. Patrick ranks 3rd for Proximity To The Flag over the last 2 months, 6th for Shots Gained Tee 2 Green over the last 2 months and 22nd for Birdie Or Better Gained.

Gary Woodland –

Since finally settling down after the euphoria of his first win in 5 years Gary has now gone 10 events in a row without missing a cut. Another great finish last week gives us plenty of confidence in the world number 40 again this week. Gary ranks 4th for Shots Gained Tee 2 Green over the last 2 months, 22nd for Proximity and 14th for Birdie Or Better Gained. Interesting his finishing position has exactly halved in the last 3 events – 48th>24th>12th. Therefore we shouldn’t be surprised by a 6th place finish this week 😉

Kyle Stanley –

Kyle seems to have had a very quiet season this year but looking at this underlying stats he should me more talked up than he has been. He has actually recorded a 5th and two 2nds this year and continues to climb up the world rankings. It therefore may surprise you to know that he has now reach his highest world ranking position ever of 27th (albeit he did hit 26 a few weeks back). So if we think of all the great stuff Kyle has done over the last 2 years he is technically playing ever better now. Therefore his ceiling is certainly a win this week. Stats wise, Kyle ranks 4th for Proximity To The Flag over the last 2 months, 11th for Shots Gained Tee 2 Green and 25th for Birdie Or Better Gained.

 

DKGolfBargains value DFS picks – BMW – Week 36

Value Picks Returning Top 5 Finishes This Season

1st – Kevin Na – $8,700 – Greenbrier – Week 27

1st – Russell Knox – $9,600 – Irish Open – Week 27

1st – Aaron Wise – $8,800 – Byron Nelson – Week 20

1st – Jason Day – $9,400 – Farmers Insurance – Week 4

1st – Bubba Watson – $8,200 – WGC Dell Match Play – Week 12

2nd – Ryan Fox – $7,700 – Irish Open – Week 27

2nd – Patrick Reed – $7,700 – Valspar Championship – Week 10

2nd – Chez Reavie – $8,000 – AT&T – Week 6

2nd – Adrian Otaugui – $7,700 – China Open – Week 17

2nd – Paul Casey – $9,600 – Travelers Championship – Week 25

3rd – Lucas Herbert – $7,100  – Rocco Forte Open – Week 19

3rd – Brandon Steele – $7,800 – Waste Management Open – Week 5

3rd – Alex Noren – $8,700 – WGC Dell Match Play – Week 12

3rd – Jorge Campillo – $8,700 – China Open –  Week 17

3rd – Emiliano Grillo – $8,600 – Fort Worth Invitational – Week 21

3rd – Jorge Campillo – $8,000 – Irish Open – Week 27

3rd – Billy Horschel – $7,300 – Northern Trust Open – Week 34

4th – Seungsu Han – $7500 – Oman Open – Week 7

4th – CT Pan – $6,700 – Dell Tech Championship – Week 35

5th – Chris Paisley – $7,400 – Dubai Desert Classic – Week 4

5th – Phil Mickelson – $8,700 – Waste Management Open – Week 5

5th – Seungsu Han – $8,500 – Corales Puntacana Championship – Week 12

5th – Webb Simpson – $9,400 – RBC Heritage – Week 15

5th – Jorge Campillo – $8,500 – Espana De Open – Week 15

5th – Phil Mickelson – $9,200 – Wells Fargo – Week 18

5th – Tony Finau – $7,500 – The US Open – Week 24

5th – Harold Varner III – $7,000 – Greenbrier – Week 27

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Francesco Molinari – $8,800

I think Draftkings have forgot just what a season Frankie M has had this year. The world number 6 has 3 wins and two 2nds this year alone including a major! Sensibly took last week off so should be fresh for this week. The Italian still ranks 10th in the field for Shots Gained Tee 2 Green over the last 10 months, 10th for Birdie Or Better Gained and 28th in the all time Shots Gained Total stats.

Gary Woodland – $7,800

Gary ranks 6th in our model this week and is actually 5th in this incredibly strong field for Shots Gained Tee 2 Green over the last 2 months. The world number 41 has made each of his last 9 cuts which includes 5 top 25 finishes in that time. Gary also ranks 26th in the field this week for Birdie Or Better Gained over the last 2 months.

Tommy Fleetwood – $8,600

The long haired Englishman ranks 7th in our model this week and continues to be a birdie making machine. Tommy ranks 5th in the field this week for Birdie Or Better Gained over the last 2 months and 13th for Shots Gained Tee To Green over the same time period. The world number 12 has only missed 2 cuts all year and has recorded a 1st and a 2nd. Showed signs last week that he is ready to challenge for another big finish this week.

Billy Horschel – $8,000

Billy burned a lot of people last week which will put every man and his dog off picking him this week. However, he withdrew to illness and not injury. Therefore there should be no issue in using him this week. Billy still ranks 3rd in the field this week for Shots Gained Tee 2 Green over the last 2 months and has shown before that he can get very hot at this time of year. We also need to remember that the last time the world number 63 played an event not suffering from illness he finished 3rd and had a 2nd just 4 events before that. Billy-ho will still be rocking the confidence this week.

Brandt Snedeker- $7,700

Another recent winner at too low a price. Brandt won the Wyndham Championship just 2 events ago and has 4 top 10s in his last 9. The world number 48 ranks 24th in this field for Shots Gained Tee 2 Green over the last 2 months, 12th for Birdie Or Better Gained and 16th in the all time stats for Shots Gained Tee To Green in this field.

Keegan Bradley – $7,300

Keegan will win a tournament this year surely. He has made 20 of 23 cuts this season and has come so close on a number of occasions to putting 4 rounds together in the same tournament. He only needs to putt average to the field to have a high finish and his floor is super safe. Stats wise he ranks 17th for Shots Gained Tee 2 Green over the last 2 months and 38th for Birdie Or Better Gained.