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11/5:This week at the Mayakoba Golf Classic, Emiliano Grillo brings an outstanding record of 23 cuts made in 25 events during the 2018 calendar year, which includes six top-10s. The Argentinian has also made his previous nine cuts, posting two top-15 results to begin the 2019 PGA Tour season. Grillo's $9,700 price tag makes him the seventh most expensive player on the slate, but it is easy to see why with his past results at El Camaleon Golf Club. The 26-year-old has provided two top-10 performances in his only two attempts. Grillo is shaping up to be one of the chalkier plays of the week, so if you want to avoid him from a game-theory standpoint, it would be understandable. We like him better as a cash-game play because of his ownership percentage and would lean towards fading him in GPP events. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
11/5:What a tumultuous stretch of golf Jason Dufner has found himself in since May. The American has missed seven of his previous 12 cuts and has only produced one top-40 result during that time frame, which was a share of 25th place at the U.S. Open. However, there is no rest for the weary, and Dufner will continue to try and shoot his way out of this drought at the Mayakoba Golf Classic this week. At a price tag of $6,900 on DraftKings, the 95th-ranked player in the world is much more skilled than his cost would indicate, but he remains someone that is impossible to use in any format.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
11/5:Bronson Burgoon kept up his recent boom-or-bust mentality last week in Las Vegas, missing the cut by four strokes. Burgoon has been all over the place from a production standpoint during his last 19 events, missing 10 cuts while also producing six top-25 results. The 31-year-old is beginning to exhibit some qualities that mimic Luke List's maturation process, so it will be interesting to see if he can take the next step with his game like List has been able to do. This week, Burgoon heads over to the Mayakoba Golf Classic for his third attempt at the event since 2015. As expected, Burgoon has a missed cut here last season and a share of 25th place in 2015. At a price tag of $6,900 on DraftKings, we would lean towards this being a boom week for Burgoon, but his production is never quite that easy to gauge.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
11/5:Sangmoon Bae was unable to get his 2019 season off to a good start out in Las Vegas, missing his second straight cut to begin the year. After spending two years of his prime doing required military service in his native home of South Korea, Bae found his way back onto the PGA Tour after winning the Web.com Boise Open event, which secured his tour card for the season. This week, the South Korean quickly finds himself back in action and hoping for a better finish at the Mayakoba Golf Classic. The 32-year-old is priced at a measly $6,600 on DraftKings, but despite his affordable price, he makes for an extremely difficult player to trust at El Camaleon Golf Club. However, Bae's skill-level far exceeds his cost, and there is some contrarian upside to be had if you are feeling frisky.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
11/5:Patrick Cantlay was trying to become the first player to win back-to-back Shriners Open titles in nearly 20 years. He almost pulled it off, but fell one stroke shy of the winner, Bryson DeChambeau, and had to settle for a second-place finish. It was a wild Sunday and four different players held a share of the lead at some point. Cantlay fired a final-round 65 and had multiple opportunities to win or force a playoff, but a flubbed bunker shot on the 17th hole led to a bogey and proved to be his undoing. It was Cantlay's third start of the new season and he continues to be a consistent force after a breakthrough 2018. He is not in the field for the upcoming Mayakoba Classic, but will be an elite DFS option going forward. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
11/5:Austin Cook shot a one-over par at the Shriners Open in Las Vegas, missing the cut by four strokes. There were a lot of positives that Cook displayed during his two rounds, including making eight birdies on Thursday and Friday, but his five bogeys and two double bogeys were too much to overcome. The American had made his previous 10 cuts on tour, and this result can be viewed as an aberrational finish for the 108th-ranked player in the world. The 27-year-old is not in the Mayakoba Golf Classic this week. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
11/5:Bryson DeChambeau shot a 21-under par at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open to capture his fourth win of 2018. The victory is the American's third title in his previous five events and moves him up to fifth in the Official World Golf Rankings. The 25-year-old had his pivotal moment come on the par-five 16th hole on Sunday when he sunk a 57-foot eagle putt from just off the green. DeChambeau stated on Sunday that he was only playing in Las Vegas to "shake off a little rust," which makes it even scarier that he somehow was able to claw his way into the winner's circle. DeChambeau has transformed himself into one of the premier players in the world and is a threat to win any time he tees it up. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
10/31:After spending two years of his athletic prime doing required military service in his native home of South Korea, Sangmoon Bae is back on the PGA Tour after winning the Web.com Boise Open event, which secured his tour card for the season. Bae struggled during his initial appearance back on tour at the Safeway Open, missing the cut, but the 330th-ranked player in the world will get another opportunity to get himself off to a quick start to begin 2019 at the Shriners Open. Bae comes in at a respectable $7,200 on DraftKings but is projected to be only 0.5 percent owned. There are worse options you could roster this week, and the South Korean could be a GPP game-changer.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
10/31:Bronson Burgoon has transformed himself into a weekly contender on the PGA Tour over the past season. Even though the American has only made 11 of 22 cuts during the 2018 calendar year, his results have been stellar during most of the weekends he has made. Burgoon has posted two second-place finishes to go along with an additional share of sixth place over the duration of his last 10 events. Burgoon's upside is tantalizing for a 31-year-old career journeyman, and he has been exhibiting the same career trajectory that Luke List has experienced. It is still to be determined if Burgoon can get to List's level, but he is off to a good start.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
10/31:Andrew Putnam has posted some of the most consistent results on tour over the past few months. The American captured his first PGA Tour title at the Barracuda Championship in August and has also produced two additional top-eight performances in his last eight tournaments. This week, Putnam arrives in Las Vegas with a high price tag but low ownership projection. At $8,900 on DraftKings, the 29-year-old comes in as the 12th most expensive player for the week but is one of only three players at $8,000 or above that is projected to be under five percent owned. Cameron Champ and Patrick Rodgers are the other two. Putnam's ownership makes him an intriguing GPP pivot candidate.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
10/31:Si Woo Kim comes to Las Vegas having produced two straight top-25 finishes and is an intriguing contrarian option to consider on the week. At a price tag of $7,500 on DraftKings and under four percent projected ownership, Kim presents GPP upside for those looking to find a cheap choice that has a chance to win the event. The 56th-ranked player in the world is still too erratic to recommend using in cash-games but fire him up with confidence in large-field GPP events. Kim presents volatility but is worth the risk. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
10/31:Beau Hossler comes to Las Vegas in search of his first PGA Tour win. The west coast kid from Mission Viejo, California has been trending towards his first title over the past year but two second-place finishes during the 2018 season have kept him out of the winner's circle. During the 2012 U.S. Open, the now 23-year-old famously held the outright lead midway through the second round at Olympic Club in San Francisco before fading into a share of 29th place. Over Hossler's previous 50 rounds compared to the field, he ranks fourth in sand saves, fifth in strokes gained with his short game and 18th in birdies or better gained. The American's scoring potential mixed with his ability to prevent mistakes in the 102 bunkers scattered throughout the venue will give Hossler an opportunity to go extremely low if his putter cooperates. In the 80th-ranked players only other appearance in Las Vegas last season, he finished in a share of seventh place.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
10/31:After taking a week off, Kevin Tway will be back in action at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Tway picked up his first career PGA Tour victory at the Safeway Open earlier this month. He will look to add to his win total this week in Las Vegas. TPC Summerlin should be a perfect fit for Tway's "bomb and gouge" style of play, but his best career finish at the Shriners Open is a T32 that he logged last season. The 30-year-old will attempt to improve on that finish this week. He is a surprisingly affordable DFS option at just $7,300 on DraftKings and brings lots of upside to GPP lineups. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
10/31:Very few players on the PGA Tour take more risks than Ollie Schniederjans, and maybe the bright lights in Las Vegas will play into his gambling mindset. The American ranked 161st on tour last season in bogey avoidance but was 30th in birdie or better percentage. TPC Summerlin is a course that rewards risk-taking, so Schniederjans does have the potential to surprise the DFS community this week. The 25-year-old is priced at $7,000 on DraftKings and is projected to be under one percent owned. The former No. 1 amateur in the world is worth a sprinkle in hopes that the strikes it rich in Las Vegas. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
10/31:Satoshi Kodaira is in the field this week for the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Kodaira has struggled to find any consistency since his win at the RBC Heritage in April, missing nine cuts in 14 events that featured a Friday cut-line. The 51st-ranked player in the world has only fallen 24 spots in the rankings during this time frame, but as his win in South Carolina continues to decrease in value, Kodaira runs the risk of seeing an even greater plunge as the weeks go on. The 29-year-old comes in at a cheap $6,800 price tag on DraftKings but is nearly impossible to use given his current form. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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