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About the Authors

Josh Culp

Josh Culp

Josh used to focus his attention on fantasy baseball and basketball. Then after college at Iowa State, he moved to North Dakota got into the game of golf. Suddenly, he started watching PGA golf every weekend and becoming obsessed with fantasy golf. Due to the relative lack of public attention and availability of fantasy golf data, Josh has quickly carved out a spot in the fantasy golf world. Particularly in the Daily Fantasy Golf world, where Josh enjoys a modest return on investment. In addition to Future of Fantasy and Daily Fantasy Golf, Josh also contributes as a member of the Rotoworld Golf team.

Favorite Teams: Chicago Bulls, Seattle Mariners

Jake Gaer

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Jake Gaer is a proven Fantasy Sports veteran that has been playing fantasy sports since he was in diapers. Jake bleeds Kentucky blue with a little bit of Chicago Cub blue mixed in.  Jake knows about College Basketball recruits before they even get to Middle School.  Jake’s College Basketball knowledge is top of the line, and is well-educated in every sport that is played in America.

Favorite Teams: Kentucky Wildcats, Chicago Cubs, Tampa Bay Bucs, Boston Celtics

Joshua Hill

Josh Hill

Josh has plenty of experience with Fantasy Football and Baseball. He has played in every kind of league you can imagine ranging from standard leagues to PPR, Dynasty, Left-Handed only leagues. He doesn’t stop there. Josh also has experience with fantasy basketball, hockey and soccer leagues. Josh is a big soccer fan, following DC United in the MLS and Aston Villa in England. Josh has been playing fantasy sports since high school and has been writing fantasy articles since 2011.

Favorite Teams: Cleveland Browns, Cleveland Indians and Cleveland Cavs

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This article has 14 comments

  1. Hi Josh aka Future of Fantasy,

    I’m Brandon Gordon. I have my own site that focuses mainly on golf. My rotogrinders and ludawgs name is gordmania. I’m actually pretty new to the dfs world. Only began in May/June. I previously played golf survivors at survivalfootball.com
    Anyway, I have a pretty good record and share as much as my research with others threw my site and I was hoping I could join the next version of your DraftKings Golf Tour.

    Thanks
    Brandon

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    • Hey Brandon,

      You can definitely hop in the next contest when PGA TOUR returns. Is gordmania your DK name as well? If not, send over your DK name and I’ll make sure you’re included in the next invite.

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  2. Hi Josh,

    I was just looking at your Poa Annua Performance article. Where did you find the data to create those numbers? I am looking for SGP by tournament but can’t find it anywhere.

    Thanks,

    Ben.

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  3. Hello Josh et al,

    Do you know where I can find 2018 projected earnings for the rest of the 2017-18 PGA season? I used your projections last year to help me draft my team. Just wondering if you were doing something similar for this year (or if you knew of another resource) Thanks!

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  4. Josh – Thanks for the speedy reply. Shouldn’t you be watching football or something other than immediately replying to strangers’ requests for fantasy golf help???

    I had found your Rotoworld post and had your top 125 list bookmarked. I was wondering if you had projected earnings associated with that list? Or should I just start out with $5M for Spieth, $4.75M for Fowler, on down the line.

    Thanks for helping me get ready for my league again this year. – James

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    • Very nice. Your daughter picked a good school!

      As for the projected earnings. An easy way would be to look at last year’s final money list and then draw a few conclusions between the two lists. You could draw a line at #5 and that would be $5M+ projected earnings. Draw another one at #25 and anyone above that could be $3M+ earnings. Then go to #50 and anyone above that could be $2M+ projected earnings. From #50 to #100 would equal $1M+ earnings and then from #100 to #125 would be $750K+ projected earnings.

      The difference between projected and actual earners will have a lot of variance due to the huge surplus that winners get. Still, grouping them into tiers will give you a nice general estimate of what to expect.

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  5. P.S. My daughter is a freshman at ISU (your Alma Mater) and she is with the band so she is on her way home from Memphis and the Liberty Bowl victory. Great game yesterday and great season.

    Thanks again, James.

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  6. Josh: Big fan of your analysis. Will you be posting your PGA Tour previews on this website going forward? I didn’t see one for the Farmer’s Insurance Open last week or for the Phoenix Open this week.

    Thanks

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  7. Hey Josh -> keep up the good work on those value spotlights. They are proving very helpful for my one and done fantasy golf season so far. Especially when you don’t want to use top talent on events that don’t pay out big bucks – looking forward to todays pick

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