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5 days agoBrandt Snedeker heads into the 119th U.S. Open Championship at Pebble Beach Golf Links looking for his third-career victory at the coastal California course. He has won the Pebble Beach Pro-Am on two occasions, and he was eighth on the Blue Course in 2010 when the venue last hosted a U.S. Open. His respectable work in the Par 4 Scoring department (4.01) and solid work as a scrambler (34th on Tour) will make him a legit dark horse candidate. He also ranked second in Strokes Gained: Around the Green, an area which should be of focus for DFS players this week.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource:
5 days agoIan Poulter heads to the 119th U.S. Open Championship at Pebble Beach Golf Links looking to get back on track after a couple of uneventful finishes. He missed the cut at Bethpage Black in the PGA Championship, then limped to 70th place in the Charles Schwab Challenge in his most recent showing. There is a glimmer of hope at Pebble Beach, however, as he ranks 24th in Greens In Regulation Percentage (69.31 percent), while registered 43rd on Tour in Driving Accuracy. He is so-so in Par 4 Scoring Average, another key factor, while checking in a respectable 45th in Strokes Gained: Around the Green. His fate might be determined on the greens, where he needs to be better than his 29.29 Putts Per Round, an area he has struggled mightily.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource:
5 days agoBryson DeChambeau enters this year's U.S. Open off of his best result in three months at the Memorial a few weeks ago. DeChambeau's share of 22nd place in Ohio was his first top-25 finish since the Players Championship in March. In four career attempts at the U.S. Open, the ninth-ranked player in the world has missed two cuts and provided two top-25 finishes. DeChambeau is projected to be less than five percent owned on DraftKings, but there is extreme volatility with selecting him for your lineups. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
5 days agoXander Schauffele is interesting for a few reasons this weekend at Pebble Beach. For starters, we are not so sure you can directly classify him into any specific category. He is good with his irons, excellent off the tee, and the 25-year-old has already displayed a killer instinct during his four career PGA Tour victories. In two career U.S. Open appearances, the 10th-ranked player in the world has recorded a share of fifth in 2017 and a share of sixth in 2018. Pebble Beach will be a different kind of setup compared to those bombers tests, but Schauffele has also registered top-two finishes at the Masters, Open Championship and Players Championship. Let's face it, X-Man can win anywhere.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
5 days agoAfter three straight top-nine results from 2014 to 2016, Jason Day has missed his previous two U.S. Open cuts. The Aussie enters the event with some uncertainty this season, which includes hiring Tiger Woods' old caddie Steve Williams to tend his bag this weekend at Pebble Beach. Day expressed how he has "severely underachieved throughout his career" and believes Williams is the man that can help to get him on track. That remains to be seen, but Day does have some value potential at his $9,100 price tag on DraftKings. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
5 days agoHideki Matsuyama has historically done his best work on Poa Annua greens, and the Japanese sensation enters Pebble Beach having earned strokes putting in four of his last five events. The 29th-ranked player in the world has also made his previous 25 cuts and produced 12 straight top-35 finishes. Matsuyama has reached the point where his price tag never quite matches up to his potential, which is why we continuously see him as one of the highest owned players on the board. This week will be no different, so you must decide on how you want to handle the 27-year-old at Pebble Beach. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
5 days agoJon Rahm's ownership projection usually runs about as hot and cold as his demeanor, and this week is no different with the Spaniard projected to be the lowest owned option of players priced at $8,500 or above. Rahm's past two results at U.S. Open venues hasn't done much to help convince DFS players to take a chance on the 24-year-old, and his current form and attitude issues aren't helping either. There's some contrarian value to be had for Rahm in large-field GPP events, but we wouldn't advise getting carried away him in your lineups. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
5 days agoJustin Thomas concluded his stop in Canada with a share of 20th place after shooting rounds of 65, 69 and 69 during the final three days. Thomas, who just recently returned from a wrist injury, looks to be settling back into form and will look to continue his momentum at Pebble Beach. The American is currently projected to be nearly 16 percent owned and makes for a decent fade option given his ownership projection. Thomas has a game that can win anywhere, but there are other alternatives available in his price range who won't carry as much popularity. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
5 days agoRickie Fowler is in the 2019 U.S. Open field. Fowler heads to Pebble Beach Golf Links in search of his first career major championship title. We've seen the fan favorite routinely play well in golf's biggest tournaments, but he is yet to lift a piece of major hardware. Fowler's spotty history at Pebble Beach is concerning and he has avoided the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am like the plague in recent years. He has also had putting struggles on the type of poa annua greens that he will be faced with this week. It's doesn't appear to be greatest spot for Fowler, but his DFS ownership should be reasonable as a result. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
5 days agoIt has been a long year for Jordan Spieth, but the American is finally starting to regain the same form that made him a winner 14 times around the world. The 28th-ranked player in the world has provided three straight top-eight results and enters Pebble Beach as a past champion at not only the venue but also as a past U.S. Open champion. Spieth's ownership hasn't entirely caught up to the other players in his price range, so if you believe the 25-year-old can keep his momentum rolling, you should be able to grab him at around eight percent on DraftKings. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
5 days agoWe have always thought that the Open Championship would be the most likely major for Tommy Fleetwood to win because of the types of venues and conditions that those courses see, but Pebble Beach keeps the U.S. Open's mentality of being a problematic layout while adding in the prototypical game requirements that we would expect to see from the Open Championship. Fleetwood is much more likely to win at a course where the winning score is five-under par or less, and the windy conditions, links-style golf and scrambling nature of Pebble Beach gives us a European test on American soil. Fleetwood is projected to be 13 percent owned on DraftKings but has a real shot at finding the winner's circle in California. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
5 days agoCan we put to bed the rumors of Rory McIlroy not being able to close now? The Irishman fired a nine-under 61 during the final round of the RBC Canadian Open to capture his 16th career PGA Tour victory. After winning by seven shots, McIlroy has now impressively won 25 percent of his titles by seven or more strokes, but there are reasons to be concerned about him entering Pebble Beach. The 30-year-old has never won any of his 25 worldwide titles with a winning score of less than 12-under par, and this year's U.S. Open could turn into a challenging task. We wouldn't discount the number three player in the world completely, but we would do a hard double-take if you expect Pebble Beach to show its teeth this weekend. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
5 days agoKevin Na is in the field for the 2019 U.S. Open. Na heads to Pebble Beach still riding high from a victory at the Charles Schwab Challenge last month. It was the third win of his PGA Tour career and second title in less than a year. Na's lack of distance takes him out of consideration in most major championships, but his precision style should be a great fit on this week's Pebble Beach layout that measures less than 7,100 yards. He has performed well at Pebble throughout his career and is an interesting under-the-radar DFS option that is likely to go overlooked this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
5 days agoJim Furyk is in the field for the 2019 U.S. Open. Furyk, now free of his Ryder Cup captaincy responsibilities, has experienced something of a career renaissance this year. The 49-year-old has logged three top-10s in 16 starts this season, including a runner-up finish at the Players Championship. The veteran's 'fairways-and-greens' playing style should serve him well this week on what's expected to be a tough Pebble Beach layout. Furyk won the 2003 U.S. Open and logged a T2 in the 2016 edition. He's an amazing DFS value play this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
6 days agoPatrick Reed is in the field for the 2019 U.S. Open. Reed heads to Pebble Beach in questionable form. He hasn't logged a top-25 finish in a stroke-play event since the WGC-Mexico in February. The 28-year-old has never produced eye-popping statistics, but he's been especially bad this year according to the numbers. He currently stands just 95th on the PGA Tour in strokes gained: tee to green and an abysmal 148th in approach. Reed has played well in the last two U.S. Opens, but his recent form doesn't cast a great outlook on his prospects at Pebble Beach. He will go low owned in DFS tournaments this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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