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1 day agoBrooks Koepka is in the field for this week's CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges. Koepka captured last season's CJ Cup with an impressive score of 21-under par. The four-time major champion heads to Jeju Island with just one swing season start under his belt - a missed cut at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open two weeks ago. Koepka's ability often defies conventional indicators such as recent form and statistics. His high price tag comes with lots of volatility, but his unquestioned talent and upside makes him a tantalizing DFS option in the CJ Cup's no-cut format. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 day agoSungjae Im is in the field for the upcoming CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges. A native of Jeju Island, Im will get a chance to attack The Club at Nine Bridges, where he just so happens to be a member. The youngster had a tremendous rookie campaign on the PGA Tour last season, recording seven top-10 finishes in 35 starts. True to form, Im was in action last week on the Korean Tour and won the Genesis Championship. The Korean stands second in the CJ Cup field in DraftKings points scored over his last 24 rounds. He is a tremendous DFS option this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 week agoLanto Griffin is in the field for the upcoming Houston Open. A recent graduate of the Korn Ferry Tour, Griffin has kicked off the 2019-20 PGA Tour season in impressive fashion with top-18 finishes in all four of his starts this fall. The 31-year-old missed the cut in his Houston Open debut in 2018, but heads to Texas in vastly superior form this time around. Griffin stands fifth in this week's field in DraftKings points scored over the last 12 rounds and profiles as a solid DFS option in all formats. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 week agoKevin Chappell is in the field for the upcoming Houston Open. Chappell is attempting to rebound from a back injury that forced him to undergo surgery and miss the majority of the 2018-19 season. He made headlines last month when he fired a second-round 59 at a Military Tribute at The Greenbrier, but struggled throughout the rest of the tournament and finished in a share of 47th place. The Golf Club of Houston hasn't been overly kind to Chappell, as he's missed the cut in two of his last four starts in the event. The 33-year-old has tons of talent which makes him an intriguing target in GPP formats. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 week agoBrian Harman is in the field for the upcoming Houston Open. Harman heads to Texas in blistering-hot form and has carded nine sub-70 rounds in the 12 he's played this season. The veteran leads this week's field in strokes gained tee to green over his last 50 rounds and has been solid in all facets of the game during the fall season. His track record at the Golf Club of Houston is underwhelming and he's failed to log a top-50 finish in his last four starts in this event. Despite his course history, Harman is still a strong DFS option in all formats this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 week agoSam Ryder is scheduled to appear in the upcoming Houston Open. Ryder is fresh off a solid T18 effort at last week's Shriners Hospitals for Children Open where he gained over five strokes on approach shots. The 29-year-old will feel comfortable at the Golf Club of Houston, a layout where he recorded a fifth-place finish in last year's edition of the Houston Open. Ryder has sandwiched two missed cuts between strong outings during the fall season and must be considered a boom-or-bust option this week. His talent and solid course history makes him a DFS play worth considering in this spot. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 week agoRussell Henley is set to tee it up in this week's Houston Open. Henley has been downright dominant in this event throughout his career with a win in 2017 among five consecutive top-10 finishes. The former Georgia Bulldog brings his pristine track record to Houston on the heels of a T37 in last week's Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, where he fired four sub-70 rounds. The relevance of course history is a topic of debate among many DFS players, but fading Henley in fantasy tournaments this week is a scary proposition. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 week agoDaniel Berger is scheduled to tee it up in this week's Houston Open. Berger has battled injuries over the past year and his play has suffered drastically as a result. However, the two-time PGA Tour winner appears to have recaptured his swing in his last two fall starts by logging top-25 finishes at both the Safeway and Shriners Hospitals for Children Opens. He heads to a Golf Club of Houston course where he has recorded two top-five finishes and has never finished outside the top-25 in four career appearances. Berger's elevated DFS price reflects his trending form, but he is an intriguing GPP option this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 week agoHenrik Stenson is set to tee it up in this week's Houston Open. Stenson is the highest-ranked player in the field and is the odds-on betting favorite. The Swede last played in the United States in July, but did post a top-20 finish at the BMW PGA Championship in Europe last month. He leads the Houston field in strokes gained approach over both long and short-term metrics. Stenson logged a T6 and a runner-up finish over his last three starts in this event and he's without question the cream of the DFS crop this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 weeks agoCollin Morikawa is in the field for the upcoming Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. It will be Morikawa's first career start in the event. The Cal product exploded on to the professional golf scene late last season, picking up a win at the Barracuda Championship and earning his PGA Tour card as a result. The rising star is quickly proving that he's for real, as he gained over five strokes on approach en route to a top-10 finish at last week's Safeway Open. Morikawa's mature demeanor and smooth tee-to-green game make him an elite DFS option for the foreseeable future. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 weeks agoWebb Simpson is in the field for the upcoming Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. It will be Simpson's first start of the new PGA Tour season. The 2018 PLAYERS champion owns an elite track record at TPC Summerlin, as he won the event in 2013 and has two additional top-five finishes at the Shriners. Simpson made the cut in 20 of his 21 starts last season and has ran off seven consecutive made cuts in the Shriners. His blend of consistency and strong course history makes him an attractive DFS option this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 weeks agoCameron Percy is in the field for the upcoming Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Percy heads to Las Vegas in sizzling form. The Aussie has recorded high finishes in his most recent starts at the Sanderson Farms (T11) and Safeway (T7). He has gained over 10 combined strokes on approach shots in those two tournaments and is set to tackle a TPC Summerlin layout where he has a career scoring average of 68.00. Percy's sub-$7k DraftKings price tag makes him one of the best DFS values available this week. He's an intriguing GPP play in this spot. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 weeks agoTony Finau is in the field for the upcoming Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. It will be Finau's first start of the new PGA Tour season. The young star has made teeing it up in the Shriners a yearly tradition and possesses a scoring average of 68.65 at TPC Summerlin over his last five starts. Though this will mark his first start of the season in the U.S., Finau heads to Las Vegas fresh off a top-10 finish at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in Europe last week. His talent earns him fantasy consideration every time he tees it up and he's a high-upside DFS option once again this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 weeks agoPhil Mickelson's struggles continued at last week's Safeway Open, where rounds of 75 and 69 resulted in a missed cut. Mickelson will try to get back on track this week at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. 'Lefty' hasn't teed it up in this event since 2005 when he logged a missed cut. The veteran has obviously worked hard on his physical fitness, but it hasn't yet translated to positive results on the golf course. His last top-25 was at the Masters in April and he's bordering on unplayable in DFS formats with his current form. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 weeks agoJoaquin Niemann is in the field for the upcoming Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Niemann captured his first career victory on the PGA Tour last month at the Greenbrier. The youngster will look to keep the positive momentum going on a TPC Summerlin layout that is a great fit for his sharp ball striking. Niemann recorded a T10 in his lone Shriners appearance last season. This week's strong field might help the 20-year-old fly under the radar in DFS contests, but he is a sharp fantasy play in all formats. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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