Happy Fourth of July folks! While these TOUR pros will be enjoying festivities and concerts around the Greenbrier Resort in West Virginia, we will be drafting our fantasy golf rosters. DraftKings keeps their game in line with some more massive contests. Let’s have a look at some possible lineups we can put together…
Tony Finau ($9800)… 25th-14th-8th-10th-19th-16th
Robert Streb ($7400)… 42nd-18th-19th-30th
Scott Brown ($6200)… 54th-12th-72nd-34th-33rd-13th-30th
Jason Bohn ($7400)… 73rd-29th-52nd-2nd-9th-76th
George McNeill ($9900)… 107th-29th-13th-5th-28th-17th
Kevin Na ($9100)… 102nd-46th-13th-10th-6th
This team is swinging well over the past two months. Kisner is THEE top form guy, if you want to completely ignore his horrendous course history. Other than that, take a look at Keegan Bradley, Colt Knost, Steven Bowditch, Rory Sabbatini, Patrick Reed, or Graham DeLaet for other guys in form.
Bill Haas ($10500)… 23rd-9th-33rd-2nd
Jeff Overton ($6800)… 59th-17th-49th-2nd
Brendon de Jonge ($7800)… 64th-17th-52nd-4th-3rd
Scott Stallings ($6600)… 35th-23rd-56th-1st
Graham DeLaet ($10600)… 30th-12th-45th
Chris Stroud ($7400)… 4th-122nd-18th-9th
The Old White TPC has brought us some bizarre winners, but there are plenty of guys that consistently do well. I’m not putting huge weights on course history but it’s definitely worth having a look. Other course history golfers include: Pat Perez, Carl Pettersson, Charlie Beljan, Jonas Blixt, Steven Bowditch, Andres Romero, and George McNeill.
Handpicked Value Plays
Andres Romero ($6,000) … When you are THEE Par 70 specialist, you garner attention, especially when you get this bargain-bin salary. Finished top 5 here in his debut and is 2-for-3 since. If you look at his native Yerba Buena, Argentina, it’s elevation is nearly identical as this week in White Sulphur Springs. That’s could be key as many other golfers in the field will be out of their element trying to dial in their approach shots.
Daniel Summerhays ($6,700) … He was a lock in our cash-game lineups for most of the first half of the season. He’s faded as of late, but this course should get him back on track. Like I mentioned with Romero, elevation will be no problem for this Utah native. His course history backs that up as he owns a pair of top 10s in four trips here.
Brendon de Jonge ($7,800) … A missed cut last week will deter many gamers, but it really means it’s time to pounce! The Zimbawean loves it here, gaining 28.217 strokes here in 20 rounds. Of those 20 rounds, six of them have been 4+ strokes over the field. Talk about high upside. It’s starting to sound like a broken record, but he really has to reach the winner’s circle soon. It doesn’t hurt that he picks up a few Hokie fans at this event with Va Tech being just three hours away.
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