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11/14:Austin Cook shot a 21-under par last year at the RSM Classic, capturing his first PGA Tour title by four strokes over J.J. Spaun. This season, Cook returns to the scene and hopes to find his way into the winner's circle again. In his last 50 rounds compared to the field, the 114th-ranked player in the world grades out 13th in fairways gained and 14th in birdies or better. The 27-year-old is the eighth highest priced player on DraftKings but is only projected to be around 10 percent owned. There is a lot to like about Cook this week, and we wouldn't talk anybody out of using him on the DFS slate. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
11/14:Jason Dufner posted a share of 21st place at the Mayakoba Golf Classic, his best finish since his share of fifth place at the Players Championship in May. Leading into the Mayakoba, Dufner had missed seven of his last 12 cuts and only had provided one top-40 result during that time frame. This week, the American hopes to continue finding his form at the RSM Classic. Dufner last played at Sea Island in 2015, concluding the event in a share of ninth place. It's tough to trust the 41-year-old, but he makes for a decent contrarian GPP option, even though his ownership is projected to climb by about seven percent from last week after his result. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
11/14:Andrew Landry heads back to the RSM Classic after last year's share of fourth place at Sea Island Resort. The American's precise game off the tee will help him again, but Landry needs to clean up his recent struggles with his putter and lack of scoring upside if he wants to provide another high-end finish. In his last 24 rounds compared to the field, the 31-year-old is ranked 93rd in putting and 113th in birdies or better gained. Landry's $7,200 price tag on DraftKings and three percent projected ownership makes him an interesting contrarian GPP option, but his recent form would suggest he could just be fool's gold this week. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
11/14:Bronson Burgoon comes into the RSM Classic having made only 11 of 23 cuts during the 2018 calendar year. Sea Island is a course that rewards accuracy off the tee and a pristine short game, and the American doesn't seem like a natural fit for either of those two statistics. In his last 24 rounds compared to the field, he ranks 53rd in fairways gained, 68th in putting and 92nd with his short game. At a price tag of $7,700 on DraftKings, Burgoon is probably better left on the sidelines this week. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
11/13:Zach Johnson won't have to travel far for the RSM Classic. Johnson is a resident of Sea Island, the location of this week's tournament. The two-time major winner will be making his second start of the new season at the RSM after posting 13 top-25 finishes in 2018. Johnson had a disappointing outing last week at the Mayakoba Classic where he missed the cut after rounds of 71 and 72. He should have better luck this week on a Seaside course where he cruised to a T8 finish last year. Johnson is a fine DFS option at his reasonable $9,000 DraftKings price tag. Fire the hometown hero up in all formats. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
11/13:Russell Henley heads to Sea Island for this week's RSM Classic. The former Georgia Bulldog has an outstanding history at the tournament in his home state. Henley has recorded top-10 finishes in each of his last trips to Sea Island. His form is trending in the right direction, as he ranked top-five in both fairways hit and greens in regulation en route to a T29 finish at last week's Mayakoba Classic. Henley suffered through a disappointing season in 2018, but is a prime candidate to bounce back in the new season. He has an excellent chance to play well this week and stands out as a sharp DFS option in large-field formats. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
11/13:Webb Simpson is scheduled to tee it up in this week's RSM Classic. At 20th in the Official World Golf Ranking, Simpson is the highest-ranked player in the field by a large margin. He has been installed as the betting favorite at 8/1 and is the highest-priced player on all DFS sites. Simpson is coming off the best year of his career and will attempt to keep things rolling in the new PGA Tour season. The RSM will be just his second start of the swing season. He recorded a T15 at the Shriners Open two weeks ago. Simpson has made the cut in five of six career starts at Sea Island. He is an elite DFS option this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
11/13:A resident of Powder Springs, Georgia, Ollie Schniederjans heads to Sea Island, Georgia, to play the RSM Classic. While Powder Springs and Sea Island are almost five hours separated, the American does have some junior experience at the Sea Island course that he may be able to use this weekend. Schniederjans won a junior tournament by 10 strokes at the age of 16 and has been on record showing his affinity for the venue in the past. At a price tag of $7,100 on DraftKings and 2.8 percent projected ownership, Schniederjans is a Bermuda grass specialist that excels at shorter courses. There is always volatility around the 25-year-old, but he makes for an extremely enticing selection this week.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
11/13:Luke List heads to the RSM Classic in search of his first PGA Tour title. The big-hitting American brings a longer game to Sea Island Resort than one will need, but his superb ball striking ability should give him a chance to experience a breakthrough win. In his last 50 rounds compared to the field at Par 70 venues that play under 7,200 yards, List ranks second in strokes gained ball striking and 13th in par-four scoring between 400 to 450 yards, a distance that will be played on nine of the 18 holes. At $9,200, List is the 10th most expensive player on the slate but is only projected to be 9.1 percent owned.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
11/13:Pat Perez strung together four rounds in the 60s to conclude the Mayakoba Golf Classic in a share of sixth place. The result is Perez's second top-10 finish to begin the 2019 season after producing just one such occurrence during the 2018 season. The 56th-ranked player in the world only registered four bogeys on the week, but he did record a double bogey during his first round on Thursday. Perez is a difficult player to trust on most weeks, but his fast start should give him some confidence this year.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
11/13:Adam Hadwin shot a 16-under par at the Mayakoba Golf Classic to complete the event in a share of 10th place. The Canadian finished 12th in greens in regulation and 19th in sand saves for the week. The top-10 finish is Hadwin's second top-10 in four events during the new 2019 season, but the 31-year-old continues to see his ranking dwindle, slipping to 61st in the world. After Hadwin had completed the Masters this year, he was ranked 41st in the world, so this has been a fast fall for him that is due mostly to a lack of top-end production. Hadwin is not in the RSM Classic this week and will most likely not be back in action until the new year rolls around. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
11/13:Chris Kirk settled for a T48 finish at the Mayakoba Golf Classic last week in a performance that showed plenty of promise. Kirk fired an impressive round of 66 on day two and finished the Mexican event on a total of eight-under par. The American will now turn his attention to the RSM Classic, an event which Kirk has been superb at in the past. Kirk won the RSM Classic in 2013, and over his last four appearances at the event, he has claimed three top-20 finishes.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
11/13:Keith Mitchell began the Mayakoba Golf Classic strongly but faded over the rest of the week. Mitchell fired a round of 66 on day one of the Mexican event, but failed to break par over his next three rounds, and finished the tournament with a total of two-under par which was only good enough for a T65 finish. It was Mitchell’s worst finish since July, and the American will now look to get back on track at this week’s RSM Classic. In 2017, Mitchell finished T54 at the RSM Classic.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
11/13:Charles Howell III will look to improve on his stuttering form when he tees it up at this week’s RSM Classic. Howell III got his season off to an excellent start with a top-five finish at the CIMB Classic, but his best finish since then was a T61 at the CJ Cup. Howell III has a good record at the RSM Classic, having notched three top-20 finishes at the event in his last six visits. The American has been struggling with his short game as of late, and over his previous 24 rounds, Howell III sits 132nd in this week’s field for strokes gained around the green.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
11/13:Kevin Kisner will tee it up at this week’s RSM Classic. Kisner missed the cut on his opening start of the season and will look to find his best form at a tournament he adores. The American won the RSM Classic back in 2015, and Kisner has also claimed two other top-five finishes at the event. Kisner has struggled with his irons in recent times, and over his previous 24 rounds, the American ranks 118th in this week’s field for strokes gained approaching the green.--Gianni Magliocco - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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