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2 weeks agoWhen you think of Pebble Beach, Dustin Johnson is one of the first names that comes to mind. The American has provided eight top-seven results here since 2008, including back-to-back victories in 2009 and 2010. However, it hasn't always been sunshine and roses at the property. During Johnson's four additional showings in the past 12 years, he has failed to break 41st place and did sputter to a missed cut in 2013. All of that is obviously a little nitpicky, but it does add some hesitation to rostering him if you are on the fence. With all that being said, we have no issues beginning our lineups with the big-hitting American. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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2 weeks agoCharley Hoffman’s struggles at Pebble Beach, combined with his lackluster form, make him a strong fade candidate for this week’s AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Hoffman flashed some of his upside with a T9 finish at Torrey Pines a couple of weeks back but was underwhelming last week at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, a course he’s previously performed well at. Hoffman’s best finish in his past four trips here is a T61 last year, and he’s also missed two cuts and had to withdraw. Avoid Hoffman in your lineups this week.--Cody Harvey - RotoBallerSource: PGA TOUR
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2 weeks agoScott Piercy comes into this week’s AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am fresh off a T6 at last week’s Waste Management Phoenix Open. The 41-year-old American hasn’t been overly impressive so far this season with one top-10 and another top-20 in nine starts, but he's only missed one cut and ranks fifth in both shots gained: tee-to-green and shots gained: approach at the WMPO. Piercy has improved his finishing position in each of his last three trips here, finishing T55 in 2017, T20 in 2018 and T10 in last year’s edition. At $7,800 on DraftKings and $9,600 on FanDuel, Piercy should be a solid midrange play with top-10 upside.--Cody Harvey - RotoBallerSource: PGA TOUR
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2 weeks agoLucas Glover is in the field this week at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am looking to improve on his T7 finish last year. Glover had a share of the 36-hole lead last year with eventual winner Phil Mickelson and finished the tournament at 11-under par, eight shots back of Mickelson. A repeat performance is unlikely since Glover has struggled so far this season, missing three cuts, and outside of a top-10 finish at the Shriners, he hasn’t finished better than T37 at any tournament. Last year at this tournament, Glover had success by hitting over 79% of greens on regulation and gaining more than two strokes putting on the field during one of the better seasons of his career. So far this season, he ranks 75th in greens in regulation and 110th in shots gained: putting. At $7,600 on DraftKings and $9,400 on FanDuel, there are better options to roster.--Cody Harvey - RotoBallerSource: PGA TOUR
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2 weeks agoChez Reavie has been mired in a slump since switching his irons to PXG prior to the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Reavie finished T27 at the Sentry in a field of 34 and since has missed the cut at the Sony Open, AMEX and at last week’s Waste Management Phoenix Open. Despite a T3 at the U.S. Open last year and a T2 at the AT&T in 2018, Reavie is a risky play this week. Priced at $8,200 on DraftKings and $9,700 on FanDuel, Reavie is a contrarian GPP play only and might be worth fading altogether until he shows he has turned his game around.--Cody Harvey - RotoBallerSource: Eric Patterson-The Score
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2 weeks agoDoc Redman makes his professional debut at Pebble Beach this week and is an intriguing value play at his low price tag. Redman enters the week having made his last three cuts and nine of 12 overall in his first full year on the PGA Tour. The 22 year-old American also has three top-25’s so far this season and should be a good fit for the three courses this week. Redman ranks 30th on tour in shots gained: tee-to-green and shots gained: approach and fairway proximity but is 174th in overall putting. At $6,700 on DraftKings and $7,900 on FanDuel, Redman is a high-upside salary saver better suited for GPPs.--Cody Harvey - RotoBallerSource: PGA TOUR
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2 weeks agoKevin Streelman comes into this week missing four of his last five cuts, with the lone exception being a T45 at the Farmers Insurance Open, but he has been stellar his last four trips to the Monterey Peninsula. Streelman has finished in the top 20 in each of the past four years, including top-10 finishes each of the past two years. Streelman carries some risk for cash games due to his recent form but is a great GPP play due to his strong course history and his low $7,400 price tag on DraftKings.--Cody Harvey - RotoBallerSource: PGA TOUR
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2 weeks agoPaul Casey is in the field for the upcoming AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Casey doesn't have an extensive course history at Pebble Beach, but has been sharp in two starts in this event, recording a runner-up finish last year and a T8 in 2018. The Englishman has only played twice this year, logging top-25 finishes in each of those starts. He's a tremendous ball striker that is one of the most consistent players in golf. Casey should be considered a high priority in all fantasy formats this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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3 weeks agoXander Schauffele's missed cut at the Farmers Insurance Open has not only reduced his anticipated price for the Waste Management Open but has probably also decreased his ownership percentage. Schauffele will still have his fair share of support, so we don't want to intimate the idea of a sub-10 percent golfer, but the American makes for an intriguing GPP selection that is underpriced. Schauffele has provided two top-17 finishes here in his two career attempts and gets an opportunity to get back on Bermuda greens - a surface we have seen him dominate at during his past two efforts at East Lake and the Kapalua Plantation Course. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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3 weeks agoWas Jordan Spieth's performance at Torrey Pines last weekend better? It is difficult to say. Driving accuracy remained an issue for the now 51st-ranked golfer in the world, struggling throughout the event by only hitting 44.6 percent of fairways. We find it moderately encouraging that Spieth was able to make the cut at a venue that isn't a great natural fit for his game, and perhaps TPC Scottsdale can be a track for him to find success since the rough is non-existent. With all that being said, it is just guessing games at this point, and it will come down to how much you want to leverage ownership in large-field GPP tournaments because Spieth is anything but safe. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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3 weeks agoA missed cut at the Sony Open earlier this month was a slight misstep from Justin Thomas, but the American is back in action this weekend at the Waste Management Open as one of the favorites to take down the title. Thomas has been erratic in his five attempts at TPC Scottsdale, missing two cuts but also providing three top-17 results, but his third-place finish here last season is encouraging for those that want to back the 12-time PGA Tour winner on DFS sites. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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3 weeks agoScorching form doesn't even begin to describe Jon Rahm's current run. The Spaniard has registered five consecutive top-10 results, which includes two victories in Spain and Dubai, as well as two second-place results at the Hero World Challenge and last week's Farmers Insurance Open. Since last year's Masters, Rahm has missed three cuts in 18 events but has recorded a share of at least 13th place in his additional 15 tournaments. Rahm will look to keep the momentum rolling in Arizona this weekend and is the favorite to capture the title at odds of 6/1. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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3 weeks agoGary Woodland is in the field for the upcoming Waste Management Phoenix Open. Woodland won this event in 2018 and has routinely played well in this tournament throughout his career. He heads to Arizona fresh off a disappointing missed cut at last week's Farmers Insurance Open. The defending U.S. Open champion lost over two strokes putting at Torrey Pines, but should be able to right the ship at TPC Scottsdale. Woodland's talent and course history makes him a strong fantasy option in all formats this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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3 weeks agoCollin Morikawa is in the field for this week's Waste Management Phoenix Open. It will be Morikawa's first career start in the popular event. The rising star burst on to the professional scene last year with a win at the Barracuda and has continued to play well in 2020. He was in serious contention at last week's Farmers Insurance Open until an ugly third-round 74 dropped him down the leaderboard. Morikawa is a talented player with a world-class iron game. Despite his lack of WMPO experience, he's an interesting DFS option on this TPC Scottsdale layout. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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3 weeks agoTony Finau is in the field for the upcoming Waste Management Phoenix Open. Finau heads to Arizona on the heels of a strong T6 result at last week's Farmers Insurance Open. The young bomber would appear to be a natural fit for the WMPO, but his track record at TPC Scottsdale is surprisingly bad. Since logging a T22 in 2015, Finau has missed four-straight cuts at the WMPO. His recent form is tempting, but the puzzling course history makes him a risky fantasy prospect this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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