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1 week agoBubba Watson is in the field for the 101st PGA Championship. Watson heads to Bethpage State Park with a history of strong performances on the notoriously tough track. In three career starts at Bethpage, Watson has finished no worse than tied for 18th. He will look to take advantage of his length off the tee again this week on the layout that measures over 7,400 yards. The former Georgia Bulldog is in search of his third major championship title. Watson is an enticing DFS option with tournament-winning upside. He will be a popular play in all fantasy formats. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: Joe Nicely
1 week agoBranden Grace is in the field for the 101st PGA Championship. Grace heads to Bethpage State Park in a slump. The normally-reliable South African hasn't logged a top-50 tournament finish since his strong run at the WGC-Dell Match Play in March. The 30-year-old is finding life difficult on the greens in 2019 and ranks just 193rd in strokes gained: putting on the PGA Tour this season. We've seen Grace play well in major championships and on tough courses, but rostering him in DFS formats this week would require a leap of faith. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoJustin Thomas has withdrawn from the field prior to the start of the 101st PGA Championship. The 2017 champion at Quail Hollow has been dealing with a wrist injury that has been bothering him since The Honda Classic. Thomas was able to play through it at first, but his game has taken a massive hit the past few times he has teed it up. DFS players should remove Thomas from all lineups, and Kelly Kraft will take his spot in the field. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoPatrick Cantlay is in the field for the 2019 PGA Championship. Cantlay has garnered attention over the past year with his strong tee-to-green game. The young star made an impressive weekend push at the Masters last month before ultimately finishing in a tie for ninth place. Cantlay followed that outing with a strong T3 performance at the RBC Heritage. He heads to Bethpage ranked 10th on the PGA Tour in strokes gained: tee to green. Despite receiving a DFS price bump, he is projected to be one of the most popular mid-range option on the board. Cantlay carries tournament-winning upside this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoFrancesco Molinari is in the field for the upcoming PGA Championship. Molinari will take aim at another major championship title after suffering a heartbreaking loss at the Masters last month. The Italian captured the 2018 Open Championship and has established himself as one of the best players in the world. He picked up a victory at the Arnold Palmer Invitational earlier this year and must be considered a threat to win any tournament he enters. Despite his recent success, Molinari's projected DFS ownership for the PGA Championship is shaping up to be very reasonable. Sharp players won't hesitate to bet on a rebound performance from the Italian. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoPhil Mickelson is in the field for the upcoming PGA Championship. Mickelson heads to New York in hopes of turning back time in a major championship. 'Lefty' has played beautifully in his two previous major starts at Bethpage Black, logging runner-up finishes at both U.S. Opens that have been held on the Long Island track. The 48-year-old has played like a young man this year and picked up a win at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in February. Mickelson has been a volatile DFS option in recent years, but he still possesses tournament-winning upside. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoMatt Kuchar is in the field for the upcoming PGA Championship. Kuchar has enjoyed a terrific season by any measure, as he's logged two victories and four top-10 finishes in just 13 starts. The veteran heads to New York fresh off a runner-up finish in his most recent outing at the RBC Heritage. Though his current form is sharp, Kuchar has struggled in his previous trips to Bethpage, with a T38 in the 2012 Barclays standing as his best finish in four starts on the notoriously-tough track. The 40-year-old should once again be a popular DFS option this week, but those concerned about his course history might want to consider a calculated fade in GPPs. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoMarc Leishman heads to this week's PGA Championship surrounded by question marks. Leishman is currently listed as in the Bethpage field, but withdrew from last week's AT&T Byron Nelson at a late hour with a reported back injury. After a blazing start to the season, things have cooled off considerably for the 'Big Aussie'. He has just one top-25 finish in his last five starts on the PGA Tour and he's struggled badly with his putting stroke. With so many great DFS options available this week, fantasy grinders might be wise to skip over Leishman's name when constructing lineups. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoRickie Fowler is in the field for the 101st PGA Championship. Fowler heads to Bethpage is search of his first major championship victory. The fan favorite recorded a top-10 finish last month at the Masters, but still hasn't been able to capture one of golf's most elusive titles in his 10-year career. Fowler has been the model of consistency in 2019 and hasn't missed a cut in 12 starts. His strong tee-to-green game should make him a strong contender at Bethpage Black this week. He is an always-popular DFS option, but has to be seriously considered at his sub-$10k price tag.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoHenrik Stenson is in the field for the 2019 PGA Championship. Stenson heads to Bethpage fresh off a T20 outing at the AT&T Byron Nelson. The Swede has been red hot with his irons as of late and is averaging 5.4 strokes gained on approaches over his last five tournaments. The 'Iceman' just needs to rest of his game to catch up with his irons, as he's lost strokes putting in four straight starts. Stenson has the ball-striking ability to be a factor in this week's PGA Championship, but he must make some putts to contend. His sub-$8k DFS price tag is intriguing for a player of his caliber. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoPaul Casey is in the field for the upcoming 2019 PGA Championship. Casey will look to improve on his first major championship start of the season, a disastrous missed cut at the Masters that included an opening-round 81. The Englishman bounced back nicely with a top-five outing at the recent Wells Fargo Championship. The veteran has logged a missed cut and a T31 in his two previous starts at Bethpage Black, the host of this week's PGA Championship. He is a strong ball striker that has all the tools needed to contend for major championships. His Masters outing might scare away some DFS backers, but sharp players won't hesitate to jump back on the Casey bandwagon. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoTiger Woods is set to play in the 2019 PGA Championship. It will be Woods' first action since his historic win at the Masters last month. The newly-minted 15-time major champion will take aim at Bethpage Black this week, the same course where he won the 2002 U.S. Open. The 43-year-old has battled injuries and scandals over the past decade, but his performance at Augusta National proves that he is once again a force to be reckoned with on the golf course. Woods sits atop the salary scale on DraftKings and will be a popular option in all DFS formats. He enters this week with high expectations, but we've learned that Woods is capable of amazing feats. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoJustin Rose is in the field for the 2019 PGA Championship. Rose will look to regain his steady major championship form after he logged a disappointing missed cut at the Masters last month. The Englishman looked sharp two weeks ago in a third-place performance at the Wells Fargo Championship. Rose's previous outings at this week's host course have been mediocre, with his strongest Bethpage Black effort being a T31 at the 2016 Barclay's tournament. The veteran isn't garnering as much buzz as some of the other elite players in this field, but Rose is a solid DFS building block this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoCharles Howell III has withdrawn from the AT&T Byron Nelson. Howell is citing a hip injury as the reason for his early Dallas exit. The veteran finished the first round with a one-over par 72, but has elected not to return for the second round. This is the latest in a rash of withdrawals by several players over the last couple of weeks. With the PGA Championship scheduled for next week, we are seeing many players that are already qualified for that event being extremely cautious with any possible injuries. Howell is in the field at Bethpage next week and will likely be fine to tee it up at that time. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoMarc Leishman has withdrawn from the AT&T Byron Nelson with a back injury. The news comes as a shock to those that rostered the Aussie in fantasy formats this week. There had been no indication throughout the week that Leishman was injured or a possible candidate to withdraw. His DFS backers will not be pleased, as the move came after lineups had already locked this morning. We sometimes see these type of precautionary measures from players the week before a major championship and with the PGA Championship on the horizon, there's a good possibility that Leishman is just being extra cautious.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: Dallas Morning News
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