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5 days agoScott Piercy is in the field for this week's Charles Schwab Challenge. Piercy heads to Texas in hot form, having logged top-five finishes in two of his last three starts. The Las Vegas resident has the sharp ball-striking ability that's needed to succeed at Colonial Country Club. He gained 6.7 strokes on approach during his last start in the state of Texas - a T2 effort at the Byron Nelson earlier this month. Piercy's DFS price has increased around the industry, but his hot irons make him an intriguing fantasy target at this tight Colonial layout. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 week agoAfter a blistering start to the season, Marc Leishman has been in the midst of a mild slump for the past month. Leishman's struggles continued at this week's PGA Championship. The 'Big Aussie' carded a pair of 74's in his two rounds at Bethpage to finish at eight-over par through 36 holes, well above the four-over par cut line. He appeared totally lost on the Black course's poa annua greens and lost nearly five strokes putting. Leishman is not listed as in the field for next week's Charles Schwab Challenge and will tee it up next in The Memorial at the end of May. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 week agoIan Poulter failed to make the 36-hole cut at this week's PGA Championship. Poulter has played some of the best golf of his career in 2019 and headed to Bethpage in sharp form, but failed to get anything going on the notoriously tough Long Island layout. Rounds of 72 and 74 left the Englishman at six-over par through 36 holes, two strokes shy of the four-over par cut line. He lost strokes in every ball striking category and hit just 13 of 28 possible fairways. Poulter will try to rebound next week at Colonial in the Charles Schwab Challenge. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 week agoTalented rookie Sungjae Im fell short at Bethpage Black this week. Im appeared to be cruising after an opening-round 71, but a disappointing 74 on Friday left him at five-over par through 36 holes, one shy of the four-over par cut line. The 21-year-old has had a fantastic rookie season after dominating on the Web.com Tour last year. Im has already recorded five top-10 finishes during his maiden voyage on the PGA Tour. He has logged an eye-popping 23 starts this season and will get right back to work next week at the Charles Schwab Challenge. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 week agoJhonattan Vegas suffered through a disastrous outing at the PGA Championship. Vegas imploded on a tough Bethpage Black layout with rounds of 76 and 77. His 36-hole score of 13-over par was a massive nine shots over the four-over par cut line. It was a disappointing performance for the native of Venezuela who had gained steam as a value DFS option in the lead up to the tournament. Vegas has logged three top-10 finishes this season and will try to get back on track at the Charles Schwab Challenge next week.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 week agoDaniel Berger sits in a tie for fourth place through two rounds of the 2019 PGA Championship. After a solid opening-round 70, Berger fired a blistering four-under par 66 on Friday that shot him up the leaderboard. The talented 26-year-old has been sharp with his irons at Bethpage Black and stands third in the field in strokes gained on approach through 36 holes. Berger is a two-time winner on the PGA Tour and has been battling a wrist injury over the past year. He enters the weekend trailing leader Brooks Koepka by eight shots. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 week agoBubba Watson disappointed his DFS backers at this week's PGA Championship. The two-time Masters champion was derailed by a disastrous opening-round 76. A bounce-back 69 on Thursday afternoon wasn't enough to sneak into the weekend, as Watson's 36-hole total of five-over par fell one stroke shy of the four-over par cut line. The performance comes as a surprise from the mercurial lefty that had played well in his three previous starts at Bethpage Black. Watson will take a couple of weeks off before teeing it up at The Memorial. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 week agoTiger Woods headed to Bethpage Black with high expectations, but the PGA Championship ended Friday afternoon for the reigning Masters champion, as Woods missed the 36-hole cut by one shot. Woods looked rusty in both of his rounds with scores of 72 and 73 leaving him at five-over par through 36 holes, one stroke shy of the four-over par cut line. This was his first start since his historic win at Augusta National and the rust was apparent as Woods had two three-putt bogeys during his first round and only found three fairways on Friday. The 15-time major champion has planned on playing a reduced schedule this season and will next tee it up in The Memorial at the end of May. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoKiradech Aphibarnrat rolls into the PGA Championship after posting a share of fifth place during last week's Bryon Nelson. The result is promising as he enters the second major of the year, but we are heavily concerned that the Thai golfer won't be able to maintain his form. Aphibarnrat led the tournament last week in strokes gained putting, earning a whopping 14.045 strokes over the course of four days. That doesn't seem like a statistic that can repeat itself and will be fading the 29-year-old in New York. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoDespite not having the length you would hope to see off the tee, Kevin Kisner is an under-the-radar sleeper that you should keep an eye on. If we attach a 90 percent weight to 2019 statistics and 10 percent to 2018, the American ranks inside the top 50 in strokes gained off the tee, strokes gained approach, driving accuracy, three-point avoidance and par-four average. Kisner's lack of length isn't ideal, but we wouldn't be discounting him at his $7,700 price tag on DraftKings. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoXander Schauffele has quickly become a fan favorite on the PGA Tour, and it is showing with the plethora of recommendations throughout the industry on the 25-year-old for both DFS contests and outright bets. Schauffele's $9,100 price tag on DraftKings is acceptable, but gamers will need to decide if they want to roll with the four-time PGA Tour winner or potentially fade him from a game-theory perspective. Sadly, there is no clear cut answer to this question. Schauffele's talent is unquestionable, so if you like him, go with your gut. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoAfter failing to post a top-25 finish during his first six attempts at the PGA Championship, Rafa Cabrera Bello provided a breakout performance last season at Bellerive, finishing in a share of 10th place. While that result should surely help the 36th-ranked player in the world build confidence, this season is shaping up to be a much different test for all players. Not particularly long off the tee, the Spaniard will look to use his accuracy and birdie-making skills to find success at Bethpage Black. Cabrera Bello is priced at $7,300 on DraftKings and is currently projected to be slightly over five percent owned. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoAfter withdrawing from the Players Championship because of a supposed Achilles injury, it is safe to say that Perez didn't tear his ACL earlier this year. The American has provided two straight top-12 finishes at the Byron Nelson and Wells Fargo Championship since returning and enters this weekend at 200/1 to capture the title. Perez has posted two consecutive top-35 results at the PGA Championship and is currently listed at -135 to make the cut, according to 5Dimes sportsbook. His 7,000 price tag on DraftKings has him projected to be nearly four percent owned. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoTommy Fleetwood is perhaps the best player in the world who has yet to capture a PGA Tour title, but he will set his sights high this weekend in search of a breakthrough PGA Championship victory. Fleetwood is one of 13 players that ranks inside both the top 40 in driving distance and top 60 in driving accuracy and could make a run up the leaderboard if the venue ends up playing more like a U.S. Open than a PGA Championship. Priced at $9,200 on DraftKings, the Englishman is projected to be nearly 15 percent owned, making him one of the more popular choices. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoScott Piercy is in the field for the 101st PGA Championship. Piercy heads to Bethpage Black on fire. The Las Vegas resident has logged back-to-back top-three finishes in his last two starts. Piercy pulled off the amazing feat of playing bogey-free golf for the entirety of last week's AT&T Byron Nelson tournament. Things probably won't be that easy at this week's PGA Championship, but Piercy's scorching-hot iron play should give him a puncher's chance at Bethpage. His bargain-basement DFS price tag puts him squarely in GPP consideration. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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