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Dustin Johnson (-13) defeated Jordan Spieth in a playoff to capture the first event of the FedEx Cup Playoffs. Johnson sank a tough 13-foot par putt to force a playoff and then hit an unbelievable drive right over the water to set up a great approach shot. He ended up birdieing the hole to defeat Spieth.

The golf season has THREE tournaments left. I will be providing you my DraftKings PGA DFS lineup picks for t. the Dell Technologies Championship. My goal as always is to help put together your optimal daily fantasy golf lineups.

If anyone has lineup questions before the start of the tournament Thursday morning, feel free to contact me via Twitter @Seth_Fink.

 

Reviewing Last Week's Pick

Dustin Johnson ($10,800): WINNER

Jon Rahm ($8,900): T-3, 9-under. Nice showing from the Spaniard.

Matt Kuchar ($8,700): T-10, 4-under. It seems like every week Kuchar has a good showing. What a year it's been for him.

Patrick Reed ($8,600): T-20, 2-under. Reed was T-3 going into the final round but shot a 5-over 75 on Sunday.

Marc Leishman ($8,400): Cut.

Tony Finau ($7,300): T-54, 6-over.

Brandon Grace ($6,900): Cut. I guess my dream of Grace at the top of the leaderboard didn't come to fruition.

 

Dell Technologies Championship

The top 100 players in the FedEx Cup Standings will compete at TPC Boston for the second event of the playoffs. The course is a par-71, 7,297-yard course. It was originally designed by Arnold Palmer, but since updated by Gil Hanse. This tournament will begin FRIDAY and end on MONDAY so the final round can be played on Labor Day Monday.

There are two par-5's on the front and two par-5's on the back including the 18th hole that can make or break the tournament. There are also two par-3's on the front and two on the back, leaving 10 par-4's.

 

Fantasy Golf Lineup Picks for DraftKings (PGA DFS)

High-Cost Players

Rory McIlroy ($9,800) 

Rory as won at TPC Boston twice and is the all-time earnings leader with a scoring average of 68.50. Since back-to-back cuts at the Irish and Scottish Open, Rory has turned his game around.

Rickie Fowler ($9,700)

Driving Distance: 1 Par 4 Scoring: T-11

Fowler won this tournament two years ago and followed that up with a T-46 last year. In his last seven starts, Fowler has five top-10's and two top-25's.

 

Middle-Cost Players

Matt Kuchar ($8,800)

Mr. Consistent has had top-10's at TPC Boston in 2013 and 2015. Kuchar has been on fire of late and although he will be around 30% owned, it's worth it.

Justin Rose ($8,100)

I know Rosey hasn't been playing great of late, but this price is too good to pass up. Perhaps he's regained his form after a T-10 last week. Last year he was T-7 after 54 holes, but blew up in the final round. He's only had one top-50 at TPC Boston which came in 2013.

Adam Scott ($7,900)

Scotty's price is way too cheap this week. He's played at TPC Boston six times and has four top-10's with a scoring average of 68.37.

 

Low-Cost Players

Johnny Vegas ($7,000)

Besides for missing the cut at the PGA Championship, Vegas has had a spectacular three of the past four tourneys; winning the Canadian Open, T-17 at the Bridgestone and a T-3 last week.

Xander Schauffele ($6,900)

Despite missing the cut at the PGA Championship, Schauffele has finished top-20 in four of the last five tournaments, including a T-17 at the Northern Trust last week. His price is very good and shouldn't be highly owned this week.

 

Best of luck!