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3 weeks agoOllie Schniederjans has had a rough previous two weeks on the PGA Tour. Schniederjans and his partner Adam Svensson missed the cut during the Zurich Classic last weekend, and the 25-year-old was disqualified at the RBC Heritage for signing a wrong scorecard after his round on Friday. The young American had posted rounds of 73 and 77, so it is not like he cost himself a chance at a paycheck, but it could have been a costly mistake under other circumstances. Schniederjans has made one of two cuts at the Wells Fargo Championship in his career and is an intriguing option at $7,000 on DraftKings because of his length off the tee. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 weeks agoDylan Frittelli missed the cut in his inaugural attempt at Quail Hollow last season but has the skills to find success at the daunting 7,554-yard, par-71 course. Compared to the field in 2019, Frittelli ranks inside the top 30 in strokes gained off the tee and par-five scoring. Those two factors will be critical for success, and the South African is well-equipped in those areas. At $7,400 on DraftKings and less than five percent projected ownership, Frittelli is a name to keep in mind when filling out your GPP rosters.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 weeks agoOn paper, the Wells Fargo Championship doesn't feel like the best natural setup for Adam Hadwin, but the Canadian has had success at longer courses in his career, which includes a share of 16th place at Quail Hollow last season. However, it must be noted that in Hadwin's first three tries at the venue, he only produced one made cut. The 31-year-old is a polarizing golfer this weekend in North Carolina, but we lean towards him being able to find success for the second straight season. His $7,200 price tag and less than five percent projected ownership on DraftKings makes him an interesting contrarian play. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 weeks agoRory McIlroy's course history at the Wells Fargo Championship has been impressive. The Irishman has posted six consecutive top-16 finishes, which includes a victory in 2015 and a second-place showing in 2012. McIlroy is the deserving 7/1 favorite and warrants consideration in both cash-game and GPP lineups on DraftKings.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 weeks agoDespite having a game that would appear to be tailor-made for Quail Hollow, Jason Kokrak has found the venue to be challenging. The 33-year-old has missed his previous three cuts at the facility and has failed to post a top-20 result in six tries, which includes only one finish inside the top 50. However, Kokrak does enter the event this season with better form, producing three top-10 results in his first 10 tournaments of the year. Kokrak's $8,700 price tag on DraftKings and nearly 15 percent projected ownership make him a difficult player to trust, although his form is currently so good that we can perhaps excuse his past results here.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 weeks agoLucas Glover's last victory on tour came during the 2011 Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow, and the 39-year-old is returning this season with quality form. A missed cut during last week's RBC Heritage has put a slight damper on his season, but Glover has posted three top-10 showings in 2019, including a share of fourth place at the Honda Classic. Priced at $8,500 on DraftKings, the American is projected to be nearly 15 percent owned but does have some upside in GPP events. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 weeks agoJoaquin Niemann is in the field for the upcoming Wells Fargo Championship. The youngster from Chile exploded onto the professional golf scene last year with his dynamic ball striking, but 2019 has been a different story for the 20-year-old. Niemann has been held back by his struggles on the greens and ranks just 208th on the PGA Tour in strokes gained: putting this season. He missed the cut in his Wells Fargo debut last year and hasn't logged a top-25 finish since October. Niemann is a prodigious talent, but it's difficult to trust him in DFS formats with his current putting troubles.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 weeks agoSam Burns is in the field for the upcoming Wells Fargo Championship. The 22-year-old has been labeled a future star by many in the golf community. Burns' recent play has demonstrated his potential, as he's ran off nine straight made cuts and recorded a top-10 in his most recent outing at the RBC Heritage. The LSU alum averages 306 yards off the tee and his distance should be a huge advantage on this week's lengthy Quail Hollow layout. Burns will be a popular value option in all DFS formats at the Wells Fargo. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 weeks agoSungjae Im is in the field for this week's Wells Fargo Championship. It will be his first career start at Quail Hollow. The young South Korean has made a big impression during his rookie season on the PGA Tour. Im has already recorded three top-five finishes this season and appears to be a star in the making. With no course history at Quail Hollow, there's no way to be sure how the 21-year-old's game will translate to the long North Carolina track, but he's had no trouble adapting to new courses this year. Im's an intriguing DFS option for the Wells Fargo. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 weeks agoDaniel Berger is set to tee it up in this week's Wells Fargo Championship. Berger has never missed a cut in this event in four career starts, but his play has been inconsistent throughout 2019. A two-time winner on the PGA Tour, Berger has been attempting to come back from a wrist injury that derailed his 2018 season with mixed results. While he has the talent to make some noise at Quail Hollow this week, Berger's erratic form makes him a GPP-only DFS option.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 weeks agoJhonattan Vegas is in the field for the upcoming Wells Fargo Championship. The big hitter from Venezuela heads to North Carolina in excellent form. Vegas has recorded five straight made cuts and notched an impressive T3 finish at The Players Championship. He ranks ninth on the PGA Tour in strokes gained: off the tee and his game should translate well to this week's lengthy Quail Hollow layout. The 34-year-old has made the cut in his last three Wells Fargo starts with his best finish, a T42, coming last year. His combination of form and course fit is garnering plenty of buzz in the DFS community. Vegas should be a popular fantasy option this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 weeks agoAfter the DFS industry fell in love with Cameron Champ towards the end of 2018, the 23-year-old has fallen flat on his face to begin 2019. Four missed cuts in nine events have been mixed in with no top-25 results since the 33-man Sentry Tournament of Champions toread more...
3 weeks agoLuke List has not been good this season, but most of his issues have stemmed directly from his putting. It is no surprise that the American is struggling with his flat stick, but he has been atrocious by even his own standards. List is losing 3.7 strokes per event throughout his past five tournaments and has failed to gain strokes putting in nine consecutive rounds. That is perhaps something that can't be fixed overnight, but the rest of List's game has been quite respectable. Compared to the field, he ranks fourth in strokes gained off the tee, third in driving distance, 12th in proximity over 200 yards and second in par-five birdie or better percentage. The 71st-ranked player in the world is currently projected to be owned at nearly 15 percent on DraftKings, which is not something that we actively want to get involved with on DFS sites, but he does have some GPP upside and isn't someone that we would entirely be fading in large-field events. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 weeks agoGary Woodland enters the week ranked second compared to the field in strokes gained off the tee, seventh in driving distance, third in proximity over 175 yards, seventh in par-four average, first in par-five birdie or better percentage and first in total birdie or better percentage. Despite all those statistics, we view Woodland as a GPP-only type of play and would avoid him in cash games this weekend. His missed cut here last season shows there is volatility in this selection, but the 24th-ranked player in the world has the length and game to find the winner's circle on Sunday.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
3 weeks agoPatrick Reed has been far from his best in recent times, and the American will look to steady the ship at this week’s Wells Fargo Championship. Reed finished T36 at the Masters, but he hasn’t finished inside the top 20 at a tournament since February. Reed has a strong record at this week’s Wells Fargo Championship, finishing inside the top 30 in his last three visits.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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