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2 weeks agoWe seem to be inching closer to Jordan Spieth returning to his old self, but Bethpage Black shapes up to be a challenging fit for the 39th-ranked player in the world. You don't need to be the longest player in the world if you are accurate off the tee, but the American doesn't quite fit the current mold for a bomber or accuracy player. Compared to the field, Spieth ranks 60th in driving distance and a putrid 102nd in driving accuracy. Five straight made cuts provide hope that Spieth will turn things around shortly, but this is going to be a difficult task for him this weekend. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoKeith Mitchell is in the field for the 2019 PGA Championship. It will be the second major championship start of Mitchell's career. The UGA alum scored a breakthrough victory at the Honda Classic earlier this year and has grown in popularity with DFS regulars. While Mitchell is a tremendous ball striker, he has struggled terribly on poa annua greens, the type of grass that can be found at Bethpage Black. The 27-year-old ranks just 132nd in the field in strokes gained putting on poa over his last 21 measured rounds. Mitchell will be a popular DFS value option, but his lack of success on these type of greens is cause for concern. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoWebb Simpson is in the field for the 2019 PGA Championship. Simpson heads to New York off a strong trio of recent outings that included a T5 at the Masters. The 2012 U.S. Open champion is no stranger to tough golf courses, but his lack of distance off the tee will put him at a disadvantage on this week's lengthy Bethpage layout. Simpson will rely heavily on his elite short game. He stands sixth on the PGA Tour in strokes gained: around the green. The 33-year-old will need to be flawless in all facets of the game this week to make up for his lack of distance. Simpson might not project as a great course fit, but his discounted DFS price makes him worth a look. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoTony Finau is in the field for the 101st PGA Championship. After a breakthrough season in 2018, Finau's play this year has been slightly underwhelming. Despite several mediocre finishes this season, the young star showed up in a big way at the year's first major championship. Finau had a legitimate chance to win the Masters last month, but ultimately settled for a share of fifth place. Performing well in majors is nothing new for the 29-year-old that scored three top-10 finishes in last year's big events. Finau will look to continue his strong play in majors this week at Bethpage Black, where his length off the tee should be a big advantage. He's a high-upside DFS option. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoBrooks Koepka will be looking to add another major title to his name at this week’s PGA Championship. The American has stated this week that majors are the easiest events to win as well as dismissing half of this week’s field. Koepka has three top-five finishes in his last five events but has failed to record a win on Tour as of yet in 2019. Koepka is the defending champion having held off Tiger Woods in dramatic finish in 2018.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoHideki Matsuyama goes in search of his first major championship title, at an event that he has performed well at in the past. The Japanese star has finished inside the top-five at the PGA Championship in two of his last three visits to the event. Matsuyama has failed to record a top-10 finish since March though, after struggling by his standards in his previous three outings. --Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoPatrick Reed heads to Bethpage Black struggling for form as he looks to add to his lone major championship victory. Reed ranks 117th in this week’s field for ball striking over his previous 50 rounds. The Texan has failed to record a top-10 finish on Tour since last year’s U.S. Open. Reed does, however, have good memories of his previous trip to this week’s host course, winning at the track back in 2016 at The Barclays.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoSergio Garcia enters this week’s PGA Championship in confident mood after an excellent showing on his last outing. Garcia finished inside the top-five at the Wells Fargo Championship which is his best result of 2019. Surprisingly, Garcia has struggled at the PGA Championship recently, missing the cut at his last three trips to this event. The last time a major was held at Bethpage Black, Garcia logged a top-10 finish.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoJon Rahm arrives at this week’s PGA Championship still in search of his maiden major championship victory. Rahm finished T9 at the Masters and comes to Bethpage Black having gained strokes tee to green in every event he has played so far in 2019. The Spaniard performed well at this championship in 2019, posting a top-five finish. If Rahm doesn’t let the problematic course get to him this week, then he should play a major factor.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoIt is fair to say that Woodland has underachieved so far in his career. There have been countless times where the American has been unable to get the job done, which includes last year's PGA Championship. A tumultuous triple-bogey on Saturday at the 10th hole undid his 36-hole lead, and while the 34-year-old was able to get his emotions under control during the next two days to come in a share of sixth place, his dreams of capturing his first major were tarnished. Long off the tee and straight, the American should theoretically have an advantage over most of the field because of his overall driving prowess at Bethpage Black, and when you add in his ability with his long irons and birdie-making skills, you start to get a hint that Woodland might be in the incorrect price range. His $7,700 price tag on DraftKings will make him a popular selection, but he is perhaps the most likely winner at $7,700 or less, even if he has failed to get the job done in the past. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoBryson DeChambeau might have the most extended range of potential outcomes at Bethpage Black. His current form is less than ideal, producing six straight finishes of 20th place or worse, but the American has the talent to capture his first major title in New York and will go under the radar because of his past few results. The 25-year-old enters the second major of the year ranked seventh compared to the field in strokes gained off the tee and is also ranked first in par-five birdie or better percentage and second in ball flight apex. His eight percent projected ownership is expected to be the second lowest of players $8,700 or above, and DeChambeau could be the key to winning the million dollar grand prize on DraftKings this weekend. His $8,900 price tag gives you a ton of options to consider, and you could theoretically begin your roster any way you see fit. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoJason Day has been the prototypical mold for the skillset you are looking for at the PGA Championship. Five straight top-20 results at the event, including a victory in 2015 and a runner-up finish in 2016 helps to tell the story, but Day has also been able to find success at Bethpage Black in his two tries. A fourth-place result in 2016 should have been better if it weren't for his 35.71 percent driving accuracy for the week, and it goes to show that the Aussie could potentially lap the field if he puts everything together this weekend. The 31-year-old is currently projected to be the third highest owned player at 16 percent on DraftKing, but we have no issues being overweight on him. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoAfter being the most talked about golfer entering the Masters, the roles feel like they have reversed for Rory McIlroy. The Irishman is still being lauded as one of the main threats to capture the title at Bethpage Black, but most of the attention has shifted to Tiger Woods and Brooks Koepka. McIlroy enters the second major of the year with 11 straight top-25 finishes, and perhaps no player on tour is more likely to repeat that result this weekend. We have no issues with starting your roster construction with the 30-year-old at $10,900 on DraftKings. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoOften regarded as the best player in the world, Dustin Johnson will head to Bethpage Black as one of the favorites to capture the year's second major. In general, the PGA Championship has not been one of the better grand slam events for the American, which has seen Johnson fail to post a top-five finish since 2010. A lot of speculation inside the DFS industry has been that the number one player in the world will go underowned compared to his counterparts, but I believe that narrative is rapidly increasing Johnson's ownership percentage. The 20-time PGA Tour winner is a threat anytime he tees it up, but I wouldn't go into the week expecting to grab him as one of the forgotten about players. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoIan Poulter is in the field for the 101st PGA Championship. Poulter is having a tremendous season in 2019 and heads to Bethpage fresh off a top-10 finish at the RBC Heritage. The Englishman hasn't missed a cut in 11 starts this season and made his presence known at Augusta National with a T12 in the Masters last month. The 43-year-old isn't especially long off the tee, but he's proven himself to be effective at tough tracks like Bethpage throughout his career. Poulter is a rock-solid DFS option this week and offers steady production at his reduced price tag. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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