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21 hours agoHideki Matsuyama is in the field for the upcoming WGC-Mexico Championship. Matsuyama heads to Mexico City with tons of positive momentum on the heels of a top-five outing at last week's Genesis Invitational. After a sluggish start last week, the Japanese superstar torched Riviera over the weekend, logging scores of 64 and 69 in his last two rounds. Matsuyama has logged top-25 finishes in both of his previous WGC-Mexico starts and has a great chance to make some noise this week.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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21 hours agoJon Rahm is in the field for the upcoming WGC-Mexico Championship. Rahm heads to Mexico City fresh off a T17 in last week's Genesis Invitational. It was his worst finish on the PGA Tour this year. The fiery Spaniard has played at an elite level over the past several months and recorded international wins in Spain and Dubai in late 2019, but the 25-year-old is still searching for a true signature win on this side of the Atlantic. There's a decent chance that Rahm goes a bit overlooked this week with all eyes seemingly fixed on Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson. He's an intriguing contrarian play in all formats.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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21 hours agoPaul Casey is in the field for the upcoming WGC-Mexico Championship. Casey has an elite track record in this event. The Englishman scored a T3 in last year's WGC Mexico and has never finished outside of the top-16 in three starts at the event. Casey's tournament finishes to start 2020 have been mediocre, but he gained a massive 5.6 strokes on approach shots at last week's Genesis Invitational - a very good indicator that he's rounding into form. He's a top-notch cash play in DFS formats this week.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 week agoCameron Champ will be teeing it up this week at the Genesis Invitational and will look to improve after missing the cut at Riviera in 2018 and 2019. Despite his recent struggles at Riviera, Champ comes into the week with seven straight made cuts and has one of the top birdie rates on the PGA Tour. All things considered, Champ makes for an interesting DFS tournament option. Expect more of a boom-or-bust outcome rather than any sort of middle of the road performance. --Corey Johnson - RotoBallerSource: PGA.com
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1 week agoRussell Knox will be in the field this week at the Genesis Invitational after missing the cut last week at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Prior to the Pro-Am, Knox was on a nice little streak-- he had made four cuts in a row, dating back to the Sony Open, and had two top-25 finishes over those four outings. Knox did not participate in the Genesis Open last year. Due to his great play in January, Knox makes for an interesting value option in DFS but is far from a core play this week.--Corey Johnson - RotoBallerSource: PGA.com
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1 week agoJordan Spieth's top-10 showing last weekend at Pebble Beach will surely raise a few eyebrows for those that have been writing him off. It must be noted that Spieth did struggle off the tee once again, ranking 41st in the field, but he put together a masterful effort with his irons - gaining a tournament-best 5.217 strokes. There are some concerns that Riviera Country Club might cause the American some issues because of his propensity to spray the ball off the tee, but that is something you are going to have to evaluate when it comes to how risk-averse you want to be to Spieth's current volatility level. We still aren't playing Spieth quite yet, but things are beginning to look better for the former number one ranked player in the world with the way he is buzzing back up leaderboards.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 week agoAfter a slow start to his career at Riviera Country Club from 2015 to 2017, Justin Thomas has bounced back with two consecutive top-nine results, including a second-place finish last year. There aren't too many venues around the world where Thomas isn't in play as a top contender, and we definitely aren't counting him out this weekend in California. His $11,000 price tag on DraftKings makes him the third-highest priced golfer, and he is also currently projected to be the third-highest owned player on the slate. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 week agoThere isn't going to be much to dislike about Rory McIlroy this weekend. He enters the event having reclaimed the number one ranking in the world for the first time in five years and will statistically pop at or near the top of everyone's model. McIlroy's $11,600 price tag on DraftKings and lofty projected ownership does make it plausible to consider starting your lineup elsewhere, but we can't think of too many other reasons for excluding him from your player pool. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 week agoIt has been a slow past few months for Dustin Johnson, who has struggled to string together consistent showings as of late, but can all that change at a venue that has been generous to him in the past? Johnson has made nine of 11 cuts at Riviera Country Club since 2009, however, it is his eight top-10 results that jump off the page. The American will garner his fair share of ownership on DFS sites, but there is more than enough win equity present to justify the selection.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 week agoMax Homa comes into this week’s Genesis Invitational having made seven straight cuts, including two top-10’s and a top-15 in his last three events overall. The 29-year-old American finished T37 at Riviera in last year’s edition after coming into the tournament in similar form as this year. He missed the cut at Riviera in both 2014 and 2015, but it’s fair to overlook those results since his game was nowhere close to where it’s at now. Homa -- $7,500 on DraftKings and $9,300 on FanDuel -- is reasonably priced and is a safe bet to make the cut but has limited upside this week.--Cody Harvey - RotoBallerSource: PGA TOUR
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1 week agoScottie Scheffler is in the field for this week’s Genesis Invitational, looking to get back on track after missing two straight cuts at the Farmers Insurance Open and the Waste Management Phoenix Open. In the four events prior to that, Scheffler was on fire, carding three top-five finishes and another top-20, so it was somewhat expected his play would eventually regress. In his debut at Riviera in 2018, Scheffler missed the cut. At $7,400 on DraftKings and $9,400 on FanDuel, Scheffler is better suited for GPP’s since he’s too risky for cash games given his recent struggles.--Cody Harvey - RotoBallerSource: PGA TOUR
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1 week agoScott Piercy followed up an impressive performance at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, where he finished T6, with a top-20 at last week’s AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. This will be the 41-year-old American’s first trip to Riviera since the 2017 edition where he missed the cut on the number. In his last seven trips, Piercy has struggled. His best finish came in 2011 when he finished T45. He also has three missed cuts and a withdrawal in that span. Even though Piercy is in solid form, his lack of any success here makes him a risky GPP-only play this week.--Cody Harvey - RotoBallerSource: PGA TOUR
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1 week agoCharles Howell III carded a top-10 finish in the Genesis Invitational last year, finishing alone in sixth place. Howell has made the last three cuts at Riviera, but prior to that had dismal showings, missing four of seven cuts with a best finish of T61 in 2015. Howell has had an up-and-down season thus far, racking up two top-10’s but missing two of the last three cuts. Priced at $7,500 on DraftKings and $9,500 on FanDuel, Howell is too risky for cash games and is a speculative GPP play as well.--Cody Harvey - RotoBallerSource: PGA TOUR
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1 week agoChez Reavie finished T25 at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am after missing the previous three cuts. Since switching to PXG irons, Reavie has struggled, so last week’s result at a challenging Pebble Beach course is a positive sign. Reavie has a top-10 finish at Riviera, finishing seventh in 2016, which seems to be an outlier since his other six finishes since 2010 have consisted of five missed cuts and a T73. Despite being priced at $7,100 on DraftKings and $8,600 on FanDuel, Reavie is a strong fade candidate for the Genesis Invitational.--Cody Harvey - RotoBallerSource: PGA TOUR
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1 week agoPatrick Reed is in great form but hasn’t performed well in his limited experience at Riviera. The world’s No. 13 ranked golfer is playing extremely well with top-10 finishes in three of his last four events and is looking to improve on his most recent trip to Riviera when he finished T59 in 2017. His other start in 2013 resulted in a missed cut. Reed looks to be a GPP-only play this week since he rates positively with the putter (fifth in shots gained: putting) and in par-four scoring (third) but poorly in total driving (219th) and greens in regulation (122nd).--Cody Harvey - RotoBallerSource: PGA TOUR
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