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4 months agoAfter his strong Open Championship, Kevin Kisner has not been able to continue the momentum. He missed the cut at The Rocket Mortgage where he lost strokes in almost all key metrics. He rebounded nicely last week recording a top 25 place finish. Kisner also gained 5.2 strokes on approach in Memphis. It was his highest number he has gain on approach all season. Kisner figures to be low-owned and makes for a great sleeper option. --Rob Giltner - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
4 months agoViktor Hovland has struggled some in the late spring and early summer. However, he seemed to turn his game around at The Open. Hovland finished in fourth place that week. Hovland returned to action last week at The FedEx St. Jude. He finished in 20th place, gaining strokes in all key metrics outside strokes gained around the green. Hovland is not carrying much ownership which makes him an interesting play in GPPs. --Rob Giltner - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
4 months agoJustin Thomas recorded a 13th-place finish at The FedEx St. Jude Championship last week. Thomas played well from tee to green, gaining 8.3 strokes in that metric. It was a positive sign for Thomas, who struggled at The Scottish Open and Open Championship. Thomas is currently in 10th place in the FedEx Cup standings and will look to improve his standing this week. Thomas will look to lean on his strong ball-striking to perform well here. Thomas is a strong option in all fantasy formats.--Rob Giltner - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
4 months agoTom Kim has gained strokes on approach in 15 consecutive rounds, gaining 1.4 strokes per round. He has below-average distance off the tee, but since playing on Tour this year, he has averaged a quarter of a stroke off the tee while leading this field in accuracy. His incredibly consistent ball-striking has seen him finish T13 or better in four of his last six starts, including a win at the Wyndham Championship. His lack of length off the tee may make him an in-form birdie-maker that goes overlooked at $9,000 in this week's no-cut event.--Byron LindequeSource: PGA Tour
4 months agoAt $7,000, Denny McCarthy has four top-20 finishes and three missed cuts in his last seven starts. His volatile approach play, complemented by a putter that has gained just shy of 100 strokes this year, makes McCarthy an intriguing cheaper option. He played over-par golf last weekend and still managed to finish T20 as a result of the seven strokes he gained on the field before the cut. If he can gain strokes on the ball-striking front, his putter offers incredible upside on a course with massive greens.--Byron LindequeSource: PGA Tour
4 months agoAt a course that will favor length, accurate short irons and great bent-grass putters, Sam Burns has an advantage. His driver has been a little errant lately, but the rest of his game suits this course well and he is going relatively under-owned in his price range. Burns has won three times this season, with underwhelming driving performances coming before most of his wins. He has gained 19.3 strokes putting in his three wins. The four strokes he gained putting in the final round of his Charles Schwab win was on bent grass, with Wilmington Country Club offering his flat stick a similar opportunity again this week.--Byron LindequeSource: PGA Tour
4 months agoAfter a streak of four consecutive top-15 finishes, Scott Stallings' magical run came to an abrupt end at the FedEx St. Jude. He missed the cut and lost strokes off the tee on approach and putting. It was the first time Stallings has missed the cut since the U.S. Open back in June. Stallings sits 47th in the FedEx Cup standings and is in need of a big week to qualify for the Tour Championship at East Lake. He has been playing some great golf leading up to the playoffs, but his performance last week is concerning. Stallings is one of the cheapest players in most DFS formats and will not be heavily owned, given the loaded field teeing it up this week. It could just be one bad week, but there are better players in this field who offer more upside.--Dalton Finkbeiner - RotoBallerSource: https://www.pgatour.com/
4 months agoDavis Riley is finding his groove at just the right time. He posted a 31st-place finish last week at the FedEx St. Jude and sits 27th overall in the FedEx Cup standings entering the second playoff event. It has not always been pretty this year for Riley, but one thing that has been constant is his ability to drive the golf ball. Riley has gained strokes off the tee in six straight events, gaining an impressive 4.1 strokes last week in Memphis. He has also been hot with his putter lately, gaining strokes in back-to-back weeks. In terms of DFS, Riley is a good option and very affordable in most formats. He will garner some ownership, but the loaded field should keep his number reasonable. He will need a big week to stay inside the top 30 and qualify for the Tour Championship.--Dalton Finkbeiner - RotoBallerSource: https://www.pgatour.com/
4 months agoSungjae Im enters the week with back-to-back second-place finishes and a T12. Since his return from The Open, he has averaged 2.73 strokes gained per round, striking the ball exceptionally while spiking with his putter. He finds himself at a slightly steeper price than public favorite Cameron Young, making him an ideal pivot at half the ownership. Im's 63 last week also shows that he possesses incredible upside when he gets in the groove.--Byron LindequeSource: PGA Tour
4 months agoTyrrell Hatton is understandably low-owned in fantasy, as his top-10 finish at the Wyndham two weeks ago was his first top-10 result since March. Hatton has typically thrived on courses with longer approach shots, which makes his recent improvements on approach tough to trust heading to a course where he will find himself in proximity zones that he has historically struggled immensely from. His putter and short game have also shown an uptick in production, which may be just enough to frugally invest in Hatton at his current ownership and price.--Byron LindequeSource: PGA Tour
4 months agoJon Rahm enters the week with the sixth-worst long-term proximity numbers from 100-150 yards, where a player with his length on this golf course will find himself the majority of the time. He is currently projected as one of the highest-owned players in DFS, with others around him who are relatively less-owned offering much more consistent upside recently. His T5 last week was his best performance in the last three months, which may not be enough to bite at his price point and ownership.--Byron LindequeSource: PGA Tour
4 months agoAaron Wise has been striking the ball tremendously and this week's success will hinge on his putter. Wise has been losing on the greens for the last two months, but prior to that he gained a third of a stroke putting in the three months leading up to the U.S. Open. His putting on all surfaces is slightly better than his last 50 rounds on Bent grass. As one of the more popular plays in his price range, his current putting may make it easier to pivot off of him. --Byron LindequeSource: PGA Tour
4 months agoLast week was not the start Harold Varner III was looking for to begin his FedEx Cup playoffs. He missed the cut for the second consecutive week and lost strokes in almost every major category. HV3 lost 5.8 strokes total, his worst performance in over a year. Not much is going right for Varner, especially on the greens. He has lost strokes putting in five consecutive events and has shown no signs of being able to find his putting stroke. He is one of the cheapest players in most DFS formats and will not attract much ownership given his recent struggles. There were high expectations for Varner entering the playoffs, but he doesn't seem to be in the right place to meet them. He has not shown enough to be considered a viable DFS option.--Dalton Finkbeiner - RotoBallerSource: https://www.pgatour.com/
4 months agoJoaquin Niemann enters the second FedEx Cup playoff event playing some very good golf. He finished 13th last week at the FedEx St. Jude, his second top-20 finish in the past three weeks. Niemann has been very dialed in with his irons lately, gaining 5.8 strokes on approach last week alone. With Niemann, the only concern is his around-the-green game. He has lost strokes around the green in three of the last five events. The good news is if Niemann's strong iron play continues, he will not need to lean too much on his short game. Niemann has been extremely consistent and has only missed one cut since February. He is going to be a very popular option in DFS due to his current form and consistency this season. If fantasy managers are willing to eat the chalk, Niemann is a great DFS play and is also worth an outright bet.--Dalton Finkbeiner - RotoBallerSource: https://www.pgatour.com/
4 months agoAt this point, there is no way to figure out what is going on with Hideki Matsuyama. He withdrew before the start of the FedEx St. Jude last week, citing a neck injury. He has constantly been pulling out of events with injuries, and when he has played, it has not been great. In his last two starts, he missed the cut at the Scottish Open and finished 68th at The Open Championship. Matsuyama has all the talent in the world, but at this point, it is very hard to count on him. His price in DFS is low compared to his talent level, and he is not attracting any ownership. Playing Matsuyama is a complete gamble, but if he does play up to his abilities, it could be a major leverage play.--Dalton Finkbeiner - RotoBallerSource: https://www.pgatour.com/
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