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1 day agoChez Reavie rolls into the Charles Schwab Challenge off of a share of 14th place during last week's PGA Championship. Typically, we would discredit a result if we saw a golfer gain 7.1 strokes putting in the previous event. That is not a sustainable total, and we shouldread more...
1 day agoJason Kokrak has removed his name from the field before the start of the Charles Schwab Challenge. Kokrak was expected to be a popular choice on DraftKings with his $8,900 price tag, but gamers will need to pivot elsewhere this weekend. As a side note, the top-60 players in the world will gain an automatic exemption into the U.S. Open, so Kokrak will have just two weeks to move up from 65th and inside the proper range if he doesn't want to have to go to sectional qualifying. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 day agoPlaying Bryson DeChambeau is going to require a leap of faith. Two straight missed cuts have derailed the eighth-ranked player in the world, but there are reasons to be optimistic if you decide to back the American. As we do our research for Colonial Country Club, DeChambeau's failedread more...
1 day agoIt is difficult to call a player that is the fifth highest priced option on DraftKings and projected to be around 10 percent owned as being overlooked, but with the popularity and skillset that Xander Schauffele can bring to any venue, it sure does feel that way this weekend. Perhaps it is because he has failed to do much in either of his first two attempts at Colonial Country Club, missing the cut last season and putting together a finish just inside the top-50 the year before, but the American has become a complete player in the past year and shouldn't be discounted any time he tees it up. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 day agoBethpage Black was always going to be a daunting task for Kevin Kisner last weekend because of the length of the venue, but the American gets a beautiful bounce-back spot at Colonial Country Club, a course where he captured his second career victory in 2017. Kisner's $9,200 price tag on DraftKings places him around 10 percent projected ownership, but with three top-10 results at the track in the past four years, we don't mind being overweight to that number. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 day agoAfter a share of third-place at the PGA Championship gave him his first top-10 result of 2019, Jordan Spieth will head back to his home state of Texas to compete in this week's Charles Schwab Challenge. Spieth has been dominant at the event in the past, posting three top-two finishes in the last four years, which includes a victory in 2016. Priced at $10,900 on DraftKings, the American has the third highest price tag and is projected to be 10 percent owned. Spieth remains a volatile option this weekend, but there is finally light at the end of the tunnel for the 25-year-old. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 day agoBranden Grace is in the field for the upcoming Charles Schwab Challenge. Grace heads to Texas fresh off a missed cut at last week's PGA Championship. The normally-steady South African has been mired in a slump for the majority of 2019. His biggest struggles are coming on the greens, as he ranks an abysmal 201st on the PGA Tour in strokes gained putting. This will be Grace's first career appearance at Colonial Country Club. While the tight Texas layout would normally be considered a good fit for Grace, his woeful short game might hold him back this week. He's a dicey DFS proposition in his current form. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 day agoKevin Na is in the field for the upcoming Charles Schwab Challenge. Na heads to Texas on the heels of a missed cut at last week's PGA Championship. Colonial Country Club will provide the veteran with a nice rebound opportunity. Na finished last year's Fort Worth Invitational in fourth place and scored a T10 in 2015. He ranks just 125th on the PGA Tour in driving distance, but his lack of length won't be a factor at a Colonial track that doesn't require players to hit driver very often. Na has battled injuries for much of 2019, but appears to finally be fully healthy. He's a sneaky DFS option this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 day agoFrancesco Molinari is in the field for the upcoming Charles Schwab Challenge. It will be Molinari's first appearance at Colonial Country Club. The 2018 Open champion heads to Fort Worth fresh off a ho-hum T48 performance at last week's PGA Championship. Molinari is an excellent bounce-back candidate, as his strong ball striking should be a natural fit on the tight Colonial layout. The 'Italian Stallion' picked up a win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational earlier this year and came agonizingly close to a victory at the Masters last month. It wouldn't be surprising to see him in contention this week. He's an elite DFS option. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 day agoPaul Casey is in the field for the upcoming Charles Schwab Challenge. Casey heads to Texas on the heels of a solid T29 performance at last week's PGA Championship. The Englishman should feel confident at Colonial Country Club, as he logged a T10 in his last appearance at the legendary layout in 2017. Casey's sharp ball striking and solid tee-to-green game make him an excellent fit on the tight Fort Worth track. DFS players are taking note of Casey's ability and he is currently projected to be the most popular fantasy option of the week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 day agoJustin Rose is in the field for the upcoming Charles Schwab Challenge. Rose is set to defend his title at Colonial this week after a logging a T29 in last week's PGA Championship. The Englishman outlasted Brooks Koepka to win the 2018 Fort Worth Invitational. Going back-to-back will be difficult, as an especially strong field is set to tee it up at Colonial. Rose's results have been a bit erratic in 2019, but he did win the Farmers Insurance Open earlier this year. The 38-year-old sits atop DFS salary scales this week and is a tremendous option if you can squeeze him into fantasy lineups.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 day agoLouis Oosthuizen is set to tee it up in the Charles Schwab Challenge. Oosthuizen will attempt to repeat last year's T5 outing at Colonial Country Club. The South African has battled inconsistent play in 2019 and heads to Texas fresh off a T60 at last week's PGA Championship. 'Shrek' seemed to be in cruise control at Bethpage until a final-round 79 sent him tumbling down the leaderboard. Oosthuizen has a nice chance to rebound on a tight Colonial track that suits his game very well. He's a solid under-the-radar DFS option this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 day agoTony Finau is set to tee it up in this week's Charles Schwab Challenge. Finau will be comfortable at Colonial Country Club, as he's made the cut in all three of his previous starts on the legendary layout. The young star should be especially fond of Colonial's bentgrass greens. It has consistently been the bomber's favorite putting surface and he averages .11 strokes gained putting on bentgrass. Outside of an excellent performance at the Masters, 2019 has been a disappointing year for Finau. Despite his mediocre finishes this season, he remains a high-upside DFS option on a weekly basis. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
1 day agoScott Piercy is in the field for this week's Charles Schwab Challenge. Piercy heads to Texas in hot form, having logged top-five finishes in two of his last three starts. The Las Vegas resident has the sharp ball-striking ability that's needed to succeed at Colonial Country Club. He gained 6.7 strokes on approach during his last start in the state of Texas - a T2 effort at the Byron Nelson earlier this month. Piercy's DFS price has increased around the industry, but his hot irons make him an intriguing fantasy target at this tight Colonial layout. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
5 days agoAfter a blistering start to the season, Marc Leishman has been in the midst of a mild slump for the past month. Leishman's struggles continued at this week's PGA Championship. The 'Big Aussie' carded a pair of 74's in his two rounds at Bethpage to finish at eight-over par through 36 holes, well above the four-over par cut line. He appeared totally lost on the Black course's poa annua greens and lost nearly five strokes putting. Leishman is not listed as in the field for next week's Charles Schwab Challenge and will tee it up next in The Memorial at the end of May. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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