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1/14:After a blistering second-round 62, Stewart Cink headed into the weekend squarely in contention at the Sony Open. The 45-year-old failed to back up the 62, shooting pedestrian rounds of 70 and 69 over the weekend at Waialae Country Club. His underwhelming results over the final 36 holes sent the veteran tumbling down the leaderboard. Cink eventually landed into a tie for 20th place. He was undone by his loose iron play and ranked just 114th in the field in strokes gained on approach. Cink revived his career a bit in 2018 and will continue to be a solid discount option in DFS formats this season. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/14:Zach Johnson started 2019 in disappointing fashion, missing the cut at the Sony Open. Despite logging an eagle in both of his rounds, Johnson shot 71-68 to sit at one-under par after 36 holes and miss the weekend cut by one shot. The two-time major champion had a history of great finishes at Waialae, which adds to the disappointment of this outing for his DFS backers. Johnson is normally a very steady player, but his 2018 season was marked by uncharacteristic inconsistency. If this performance is any indicator, it appears his game still needs improvement as he heads into the new year. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/14:Marc Leishman continued his elite-level play in Hawaii, finishing the Sony Open in a tie for third place. It has been a terrific stretch for the "Big Aussie" who picked up a win at the CIMB Classic, runner-up finishes at the World Cup and Australian PGA, and a T4 at last week's Sentry Tournament of Champions. Leishman has every facet of his game working at the moment and is playing at a world class level tee-to-green. He is not currently scheduled to play in the upcoming Desert Classic, but Leishman is a player to target in all DFS formats in the near future. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/14:Matt Kuchar fired a final-round 66 to secure a victory and nearly $1.2 million at the Sony Open. It was his second win of the 2018-19 PGA Tour season and puts him in prime position in the FedEx Cup points standings to begin the year. The 40-year-old got off to a shaky start, playing his first four holes in two-over par and relinquished his early lead to Andrew Putnam. Kuchar came roaring back after the slow start, playing his final 10 holes in six-under par to blow past Putnam and cruise to a comfortable four-shot victory. The veteran will continue to deserve serious DFS consideration every time he tees it up. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/10: After a rocky 2018 calendar year, Adam Scott began to show some form during the latter stretch of the season -- making his last nine cuts and providing a third-place finish at the PGA Championship. This week, Scott will make his 2019 debut at the Sony Open. Ever since an anchoring ban was put into place in 2013, the Aussie has struggled to find any consistency putting. However, Scott will attempt to use the new PGA Tour rule that allows golfers to putt with the flagstick in the hole to his advantage. In an interview this week, Scott had the following to say about the new rule, "As you know, I'm not a person who cares how things look. I was a 30-year-old man putting with a broomstick." Not many players used the strategy during the Tournament of Champions, so it will be interesting to see if it is more widely accepted at the Sony Open. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/9:Patton Kizzire, who is the defending champion of the Sony Open, will attempt to defend his title this week at Waialae Country Club. Kizzire brings with him two straight top-15 finishes, including a share of eighth place during last week's Tournament of Champions. The narrative of him being the defending champion is going to increase his ownership on DFS sites, but he makes for an extremely unpredictable option. At a $7,900 price tag and 10.1 percent projected ownership, he isn't one of our favorite plays this week, even though he has exhibited some quality form as of late.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/9:Ollie Schniederjans comes to the Sony Open with high expectations and a new caddie to boot. Damon Green, the longtime caddie for Zach Johnson, has taken over the bag for Schniederjans, and the duo could form an excellent partnership for the 2019 season. Green figures to be a big boost to the former No. 1 ranked amateur in the world, who endured an absolutely brutal 2018 season. Schniederjans enters the week with a bargain price of $6,900 on DraftKings and has found his game to fit Waialae Country Club perfectly in his first two attempts. The 25-year-old finished in a share of seventh place last season and a share of 27th place the year prior. Schniederjans remains a volatile option, but the upside is there for success in Hawaii. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/9:While Chez Reavie isn't entering this year's Sony Open with the same form that he possessed last season, it seems reasonable that we could see another early season push from the 63rd-ranked golfer in the world. It is not to say that he has been bad recently -- making six straight cuts and providing a share of seventh place at the CJ Cup in October, but last season, Reavie entered this event having made sixteen consecutive weekends, which included 11 top-25 finishes. Sadly, his 2018 season faltered slightly after that, and the restart to 2019 couldn't come soon enough. Reavie is a player that can be taken out of an event if length off the tee is required. However, luckily for him, Waialae Country Club is a short Par 70 iron fest. At a price tag of $7,600 on DraftKings, he will be a popular selection, but there is enough upside to warrant consideration in all game types.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/9:Cameron Smith captured the Australian PGA Championship in December but has been virtually ignored throughout the industry entering this week's Sony Open. It may have something to do with his $9,400 price tag on DraftKings --making him the eighth most expensive player, but it could also be his dwindling statistical production. In his last 50 rounds compared to the field, Smith ranks 71st in par-four scoring and 122nd in greens in regulation gained. He is a great pivot option given his low ownership projection, but the current state of his game makes him nothing more than a contrarian GPP selection. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/9:Adam Hadwin will be back in action at the Sony Open this week. After struggling towards the middle of the 2018 season, Hadwin was able to find his groove towards the end of the year --making six of his last seven cuts and providing five top-21 results. Waialae Country Club seems like it should be an ideal fit for the Canadian, but results have told otherwise. Hadwin missed the cut in 2015 and was only able to produce a share of 67th in 2016. At $7,800 on DraftKings and an eight percent projected ownership, the 31-year-old does have some upside in GPP events, but despite his cut-making prowess, we would avoid him in cash-games this week. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/9:Bryson DeChambeau kept his momentum rolling at the Tournament of Champions, finishing the event in seventh place. The American has now provided seven straight top-20 finishes, which includes three victories in the past five months. This week, DeChambeau heads to the Sony Open in Honolulu, Hawaii. The 25-year-old is the second betting favorite at odds of 10/1, according to the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook. While his betting odds feel shallow, there's a lot of value in him on DFS sites. DeChambeau is a nice pivot option from Justin Thomas, who is projected to be the highest owned player in the event by nearly eight percent.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/9:Justin Thomas arrives in Hawaii for the Sony Open as a 6/1 betting favorite, according to the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook. Thomas is a former champion at this event in 2017 and has provided two additional top-14 showings since 2015. The American is projected to be the highest owned golfer on the DraftKings slate, but it is understandable why. Game-theory suggests that there could be some value in fading him in DFS contests, but this doesn't necessarily feel like a great spot to be underweight on the No. 4 ranked player in the world. Thomas is the favorite for a reason, and he should be used in all DFS formats with confidence. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/9:After a brutal 2018 calendar year, Jordan Spieth will look to find the winner's circle again after nearly an 18-month drought. Spieth, who has fallen from No. 2 in the world to 17th during his lengthy winless streak, has a chance to start 2019 off with a big performance in Hawaii. The American has been solid over his last 50 rounds compared to the field, ranking inside the top-25 in strokes gained approach, par-four scoring and opportunities gained. Spieth is the fifth most expensive player on DraftKings at $10,300 but is only projected to be owned slightly under 13 percent. There is some definite risk involved in the 25-year-old, but his upside in GPP events cannot be ignored. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/9:Pat Perez enters the Sony Open off of two top-seven finishes in his past three events. The American has gone through stretches of being hot and cold over the past few seasons, and his current quality form presents an opportunity to find success in Hawaii. Waialae Country Club is a very similar venue to Playa del Carmen, the host of the Mayakoba Golf Classic. A lot of the same skill sets are needed to play both courses, and Perez not only finished in a share of sixth place during the Mayakoba in November but was the winner of the event in 2016. The 42-year-old has provided two top-20 finishes at the Sony Open in his past four attempts, although his previous two showings have only resulted in a share of 69th and a share of 81st place. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1/9:Chris Kirk will make his 2019 debut when he tees it up this week at the Sony Open. Kirk struggled in 2018. The 33-year-old has not finished inside the top-20 of an event since the Wyndham Championship. The American will look to put that run of form behind him when he tees it up this week at a track where he has performed well in the past. Kirk has finished in the top-10 in three of the last six editions of the Sony Open.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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