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PGA DFS: DraftKings Fantasy Golf Sleeper Picks and Advice for the RBC Canadian Open

Zach Johnson captured the Claret Jug in an epic Open Championship playoff on Monday. Jordan Spieth missed out on the three-man playoff by one stroke, along with Jason Day. Players now have a quick turnaround, as they travel to Oakville, Ontario to partake in the RBC Canadian open, hosted by Glen Abbey Golf Club. The course plays as a par 72, 7,253 yards long. Last year, Tim Clark, a South African golfer, won with a score of 17 under and will be back in the field looking to defend his title. Past champions also include, Brandt Snedeker, Jim Furyk, and Tiger Woods.

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PGA DFS High-Priced DraftKings Picks ($9,100-$11,600)

Jason Day ($11,600 Vegas 8-1)

Day missed out on the playoff by one stroke last week, making this his 9th top 10 finish in 20 major starts. How can you not feel for him, especially after reading this article? Day is tied for eighth in total putting, but you don’t need stats to pick Day. He will be in contention come Sunday.

J.B. Holmes ($9,900 Vegas 35-1)

He missed the cut at The Open, so he has had some nice rest and should be geared up for this tournament. He’s won the Houston Open and came in second in the WGC- Cadillac. He finished tied for 22nd at the Greenbrier, and tied for 27th at the U.S. Open. Holmes is tied for eighth in putting on the tour as well. Everyone can hit the ball down the middle, but can they convert those chances? Holmes has proven he can.

Brooks Koepka ($9,300 Vegas 22-1)

Koepka has been on fire in his last three tournaments. He tied for 3rd at the St. Jude Classic, tied for 18th at the U.S. Open, and most recently tied for 10th at the British Open last week. He is 9th in driving distance, 5th in scoring average, and 9th in total putting.


PGA DFS Mid-Priced DraftKings Picks ($7,000-$9,000)

Graham DeLaet ($9,000 Vegas 30-1)

DeLaet shot a one under last week at St. Andrews, and his best finish of the season was tying for 4th at the Travelers Championship. The only reason to pick him is that he is Canadian. He will be looking to outperform when playing on his own soil. He finished tied for 7th at the Canadian Open last year.

Graeme McDowell ($8,900 Vegas 45-1)

He did not have the greatest Open, shooting a four under, tying for 49th. Last year he tied for 9th at the Canadian Open, but with this price on him, you cannot go wrong.

Morgan Hoffman ($8,300 Vegas 85-1)

Hoffman was a stay-away player of mine last week, but not this week. He ranks an abysmal 189th in driving accuracy percentage, but his putting must be applauded, as he ranks second in putting average and fifth in overall putting. If he can get on the green with some birdie opportunities, he should convert those.

Angel Cabrera ($7,300 Vegas 230-1)

The former Masters and U.S. Open winner is a complete wild card play here. Cabrera can elevate his game when he is feeling it. This is just a gut feeling of mine.


PGA DFS Low-Priced DraftKings Picks ($5,200- $6,900)

Ken Duke ($6,300 Vegas 240-1)

Last week at the Barbasol Championship, Duke finished tied for 23rd. He finished tied for 10th at the Travelers Championship. He tied for 24th at the Canadian Open last year and ranks 30th in driving accuracy percentage. Last week he had an 83% greens in regulation rate. If Duke can continue his stellar driving and just turn around his abysmal putting, he will do some damage.

Ollie Schniederjans ($6,200 Vegas 170-1)

The amatuer finished tied for 12th at the Open last week, and to get him at this price is a steal. At the U.S. Open a month ago he surprised many, finishing tied for 42nd. He should not be surprising anyone anymore though.

Roger Sloan ($6,200 Vegas 500-1)

Sloan scored 71 fantasy points, shooting a five under and tying for 48th at the Barbasol Championship. Two weeks ago he tied for 18th at the John Deere Classic, scoring 83 fantasy points. Another reason to pick him, he’s Canadian.


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