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4 months agoAbraham Ancer is in the field for the WGC-HSBC Championship. Ancer has been atrocious so far this season, failing to finish inside the top 40 once. The 28-year-old flashed his upside at a handful of tournaments last season, but he’s a mess right now. Over his last four tournaments on the PGA Tour, Ancer has seven rounds in the 70's to just five in the 60's. Continue to take a wait-and-see approach with Ancer in DFS. He is not currently playable in any format.--Taylor GobenSource: PGA Tour
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4 months agoCharles Howell III is in the field for the WGC-HSBC Championship. Howell finished eighth last week at the Zozo Championship to notch his second top-10 finish on the season. The American ranks 13th in driving accuracy and first in greens in regulation percentage over his last eight rounds. If he continues to drive the ball with accuracy and hit greens in regulation at a 79% clip, this will give him a big advantage on the field. Howell has a 15th-place finish in his lone appearance at this tournament and his affordable price tag in DFS makes him an appealing option.--Taylor GobenSource: PGA Tour
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4 months agoBernd Wiesberger is in the field for the WGC-HSBC Championship. Wiesberger heads to China this week fresh off of a win at The Italian Open. The Austrian has an up-and-down course history at Sheshan. He has finished ninth, 35th, 17th and 28th over his last four outings here. The combination of his inaccuracy off the tee and a 60.76% greens in regulation percentage may give him trouble this week. Wiesberger’s inflated DFS price may make him a fade candidate in China this week.--Taylor GobenSource: PGA Tour
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4 months agoPatrick Reed is in the field for the WGC-HSBC Championship. Reed heads to China after finishing in the top 25 over his last three events. Emphasis on accuracy at the Sheshan Golf Club may hurt his chances after finishing 59th in driving accuracy and 35th in greens in regulation percentage last week. Although this led to a 17th-place finish, this kind of inaccuracy is not sustainable. Reed could be overpriced in DFS and is a risky play.--Taylor GobenSource: PGA Tour
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4 months agoRafael Cabrera Bello is in the field for the WGC-HSBC Championship. Cabrera Bello comes to Sheshan Golf Club with excellent course history. The Spaniard has finished 14th, fifth and 19th over his last three visits to the golf club. Over that time, he has gained 2.14 strokes on the field per round. He also leads the field in driving accuracy and is 16th in greens in regulation percentage over his last eight rounds. Cabrera Bello should be a cash-game anchor in DFS.--Taylor GobenSource: PGA Tour
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4 months agoBubba Watson is in the field for the WGC-HSBC Championship. Watson is always a perplexing player to figure out. He doesn’t ever seem to excel in any specific strokes-gained category. Despite this fact, he manages to win golf tournaments. His imagination helps him think his way around the golf course and use his creativeness to find paths to success. The American has finished 54th, 35th, first, eighth and 33rd at Sheshan, so it’s tough to find any consistency with his course history either. He is always a boom-or-bust DFS option.--Taylor GobenSource: PGA Tour
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4 months agoTyrrell Hatton is in the field for the WGC-HSBC Championship. Hatton has been playing some excellent golf over his last three tournaments. The Englishman has finished sixth, 18th and 15th over that span. His accurate driving and great ball striking will come in handy at Sheshan Golf Club due to the tricky lies players can get if they are inaccurate. The Englishman has finished in the top 25 each of the last three years here, and if he can get his putter rolling, he could find success.--Taylor GobenSource: PGA Tour
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4 months agoSergio Garcia is in the field for the WGC-HSBC Championship. Garcia has played two events on the PGA Tour to start the 2019 season. While he has not finished inside the top 25 yet, he comes to Sheshan Golf Club with a little added confidence. The Spaniard has played this tournament four times in his illustrious career. He has finished ninth, 11th, 28th and fourth. We all know what can happen when Garcia gets his game in order and with his excellent course history and affordable DFS price, he makes for a solid play.--Taylor GobenSource: PGA Tour
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4 months agoTiger Woods continues to surprise and thrill golf fans all over the world. He provided an unforgettable performance for Japanese golf fans this week by winning the Zozo Championship. It was Woods' 82nd career victory on the PGA Tour, which ties him for the all-time lead with Sam Snead. Fresh off an off-season procedure on his knee, Woods came out firing with an opening-round 64 and never looked back. The 43-year-old had to wait through typhoon-like weather conditions at Narashino Country Club, but played consistently-beautiful golf to finish at 19-under for the tournament, three shots clear of hometown favorite Hideki Matsuyama. Next up for Woods is a role as captain of the U.S. President's Cup team and there's now a very real possibility that he'll be a playing captain in the international competition. His win this week reinforces that Woods always deserves DFS consideration any time he tees it up. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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4 months agoJoaquin Niemann is set to tee it up in this week's Zozo Championship. The young Chilean scored his first career victory on the PGA Tour earlier this season at A Military Tribute At The Greenbrier. Niemann struggled in his two starts following the win, but rebounded nicely last week at the CJ Cup with a T12 outing. The 20-year-old can be volatile, but his superb ball striking and explosive scoring ability makes him a high-upside option in Japan this week. He's a tremendous GPP target for the Zozo. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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4 months agoViktor Hovland is in the field for the Zozo Championship. The former Oklahoma State star will look to rebound from a T31 in last week's CJ Cup. We've come to expect perfection from the young rookie, but Hovland was derailed by a third-round 74 at Nine Bridges, his first over-70 round since June. The 22-year-old is a great bet to bounce back this week in Japan, as he's already recorded two top-10 finishes in just 12 starts on the PGA Tour. DFS sites have wisely raised Hovland's price tag over his last few starts, but due to the strength of the Zozo field you can roster him for less than $10k on DraftKings this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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4 months agoIt's no surprise that Sungjae Im is in the field for the upcoming Zozo Championship, as Im seems to tee it up somewhere every week. The young star will look to rebound from a disappointing T39 outing at last week's CJ Cup that was held in his home country of Korea. It's possible that the pressure of playing at Nine Bridges hurt Im's performance and he's a prime rebound candidate this week in Japan. The 21-year-old logged an impressive seven top-10 finishes during his rookie campaign last season and deserves serious DFS consideration in this juicy bounce-back spot. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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4 months agoTony Finau is set to tee it up in the Zozo Championship. Finau heads to Japan in sharp form, having logged top-10 finishes in his last two starts at the Alfred Dunhill Championship and the Shriners Open. The young star is known for his distance off the tee, but his length won't be much of an advantage on this week's Narashino layout. However, Finau logged a runner-up finish last season at Colonial Country Club, a notorious less-than-driver course. His ball striking and explosive scoring ability routinely puts him in fantasy consideration, and he's once again a strong DFS option this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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4 months agoMatthew Fitzpatrick is in the field for the upcoming Zozo Championship. Fitzpatrick heads to Japan on the heels of a runner-up finish at the Italian Open two weeks ago. The Englishman has fared well in Asia in previous visits by logging multiple top-10 finishes in tournaments held in China and Malaysia. The 25-year-old already has five European Tour wins on his resume and should be a nice fit on a Narashino layout that will reward accuracy over distance. He's a very intriguing sleeper option in DFS tournaments this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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4 months agoHideki Matsuyama returns to his home country for this week's Zozo Championship. The Japanese superstar will receive a massive amount of crowd support at Narashino Country Club this week, but with that support comes tons of media obligations and pressure. Matsuyama is one of the game's premier ball strikers and profiles as a tremendous fit on this layout that requires precision both off the tee and on approach shots. 'Deki is priced up on DraftKings for his return to Japan, but he's a sharp DFS option this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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