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2 weeks agoJ.J. Spaun's share of third place during last year's AT&T Byron Nelson matches his best finish in his past 27 events, and the 140th-ranked player in the world will hope to build off of that this weekend at Trinity Forest. Spaun's $7,800 price tag on DraftKings should keep his ownership percentage at less than five percent, but the 28-year-old has been less than stellar recently. In his past 50 rounds compared to the field, Spaun fails to rank inside the top 50 in strokes gained off the tee, strokes gained approach, par-five scoring or driving distance. We think it is possible that he could strike lightning in a bottle for the second straight year, but we aren't betting on it.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoC.T. Pan will be making his first start since his win at the RBC Heritage in late April. It is always interesting to see how a player will perform directly after a breakthrough victory, and Trinity Forest Golf Club adds to the uncertainty with the way the venue is laid out. Measuring over 7,400 yards, the course will be demanding for Pan, who ranks just 115th in driving distance compared to the field in his last 50 rounds. The 55th-ranked player in the world has a $7,900 price tag on DraftKings and is projected to be roughly five percent owned. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoIt has been a long road back for Troy Merritt, who had to have his top left rib removed after being diagnosed with thoracic outlet syndrome, a condition that ultimately led to a blood clot in his arm last year. But the 33-year-old is beginning to exhibit similar form that saw him win the Barbasol Championship in July, and it looks like just a matter of time before we see him crack the top five during one of these events. On the season compared to the field, Merritt ranks ninth in three-putt avoidance, second in par-five birdie or better percentage and eighth in total birdie or better rate. However, despite his recent run of results, Merritt is projected to be just eight percent owned on DraftKings. There is a lot to like about the two-time PGA Tour winner, and he makes for an excellent contrarian GPP option this weekend at his $7,100 price tag.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoTrey Mullinax's performance last weekend at the Wells Fargo Championship can be chalked up to poor putting and lousy work around the greens, losing 3.334 strokes with his flat stick and 2.314 strokes around the green. Putting will always be a hit-and-miss statistic, but the 26-year-old shouldn't have to worry too much about his touch at the Byron Nelson. The putting surfaces at Trinity Forest are massive, averaging over 13,000 square feet in size, and Mullinax should be able to use his distance off the tee and stellar approach game to create a plethora of scoring opportunities. He finished the Wells Fargo ranked second in strokes gained approach and third in average driving distance, and a hot putter is all Mullinax needs to find the winner's circle for the first time in his career.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoPriced at $8,600 on DraftKings, Rafa Cabrera Bello is projected to be the second highest owned player on the slate at 19 percent, and it is easy to understand why. The Spaniard brings with him a consistent style and should be able to create a plethora of birdie opportunities with his immaculate long-iron play. We prefer the 31st-ranked player in the world as a cash-game option because of his hefty ownership percentage, but we can understand the thought process for using him beyond just that.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoJordan Spieth enters this week's AT&T Byron Nelson without a top-20 result in his past 13 tournaments. It has been a roller-coaster ride for the 39th-ranked player in the world, but Trinity Forest does provide some reasons for optimism for the American. Two major issues have plagued Spieth's game. For starters, he ranks 162nd on tour in three-putt avoidance, and secondly, he comes into the week ranked 205th in strokes gained off the tee. Three-putt avoidance might continue to be an issue with the astronomically large greens at the Dallas venue, but the fairways are as wide-open as can be and Spieth might be able to find some success with his driver. He remains a risky proposition at his $10,800 price tag on DraftKings, but his reduced ownership puts him in play for GPP contests.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoPatrick Reed produced an improved display at last week’s Wells Fargo Championship, finishing the event inside the top 30. The result was Reed’s best since February. The Texan will now look to continue that play at this week’s Byron Nelson. Reed last played this week’s tournament back in 2017. On that occasion, Reed finished inside the top 20.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoBrooks Koepka returns to action this week at the AT&T Byron Nelson. Koepka’s last performance was at the Masters, where he finished as the runner-up, and in the build-up to this week’s tournament, the 29-year-old has been continuing his feud with golf analyst Brandel Chamblee. Koepka may have extra motivation this week because of the war of words. In 2016, Koepka finished runner-up at this event.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoHideki Matsuyama was not at his best at last week’s Wells Fargo Championship, finishing T31. Matsuyama lost strokes on the green, which has been his Achilles heel in the past. The Japanese star will look to improve on that performance this week at the AT&T Byron Nelson. In 2018, Matsuyama finished T18 at the tournament. Over his previous 50 rounds, Matsuyama ranks first in this week’s field for strokes gained tee to green.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoSungjae Im is set to play in the upcoming AT&T Byron Nelson. Im is quickly earning a reputation as the hardest working man in professional golf and continues to tee it up in almost every event on the schedule. The young South Korean has already made 21 starts during his rookie season on the PGA Tour. This week will be his Trinity Forest debut. Im has made the most of his strenuous schedule by racking up five top-10 finishes and he sits an impressive 23rd in the FedEx Cup points standings. He is once again a strong DFS option this week and is one of the better golfers available in this watered-down field. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoCharles Howell III is set to play in the upcoming AT&T Byron Nelson. Howell heads to Dallas fresh off back-to-back missed cuts at the RBC Heritage and Wells Fargo Championship. Trinity Forest Golf Club provides a nice bounce-back opportunity for the veteran, as he logged a T9 in last year's Nelson. 'CH3' is having his best season in years and currently sits 10th in the FedEx Cup points standings. While his last two outings are slightly concerning, sharp DFS players won't hesitate to jump back on Howell this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoDaniel Berger is set to tee it up in the AT&T Byron Nelson. Berger has been attempting to come back from a wrist injury this season but is still struggling to regain his prior form. The talented 26-year-old already has two PGA Tour victories on his resume, but Berger has failed to log a top-25 finish in 2019. He'll try to find the right formula this week at Trinity Forest Golf Club. He didn't play in last year's Byron Nelson, so it's hard to predict how he will react to Trinity's unique layout. It will be tough to trust Berger in DFS lineups until he flashes some form.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoMarc Leishman is in the field for this week's AT&T Byron Nelson. Leishman will look to repeat his performance from last year's Nelson, when he logged a runner-up finish at 20-under par. The 'Big Aussie' fired an opening-round 61 at Trinity Forest last year, but couldn't hold off eventual champion Aaron Wise. After a blistering start to the season, Leishman has hit a rough patch over the past two months and has logged just one top-25 finish in his last five starts. Despite his recent struggles, he is still an elite DFS option in this fairly weak Byron Nelson field. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoAlex Noren is in the field for this week's AT&T Byron Nelson. It will be his first career start in the event. Noren has suffered through some abysmal play in 2019 but has looked better in his last two starts -- a T62 at the Masters and a T28 at the RBC Heritage. The Swede will try to carry that momentum to a Trinity Forest layout that he's never played before. The European Tour veteran gained nearly five strokes on approach at Hilton Head, a sign that he might be getting things figured out with his irons. Despite his improving play, Noren's strong DFS price tag for the Byron Nelson might be tough to swallow for many PGA fantasy regulars.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
2 weeks agoHenrik Stenson is set to play in the upcoming AT&T Byron Nelson. Stenson heads to Dallas in search of a breakthrough performance. The Swede has been solid as of late but has yet to put himself in position to win a tournament this year. He logged a T28 in last week's Wells Fargo Championship on the strength of his sharp iron play. Stenson is ranked first on the PGA Tour in strokes gained: approach this season but continues to struggle mightily with his putter. He will attempt to master the huge greens at Trinity Forest this week and is a high-upside DFS option.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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