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9/20:Kevin Na enters this week at 22nd in the FedEx points standings. He has experienced a career renaissance in 2018 and captured his first PGA Tour victory in nearly seven years at The Greenbrier earlier this season. Na has played solid golf throughout the FedEx playoffs, but his game isn't a great fit for East Lake Country Club. He has struggled to succeed at the Tour Championship in the past. Na's best career finish in Atlanta was a T16 in 2015. While Na might have limited upside this week, he is available for the stone-cold minimum salary at DraftKings. He is a nice option for those employing a "stars and scrubs" strategy in GPPs. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/20:Paul Casey is a full-go for the upcoming Tour Championship. The Englishman recently withdrew from the BMW Championship, citing a minor back injury. Casey's "injury" isn't a concern at East Lake this week as the withdrawal was most likely due to the extensive rain delays at the BMW. More concerning is Casey's recent form. He hasn't scored a top-20 finish on the PGA Tour since June. Despite his recent struggles, Casey is an intriguing DFS option this week due to his eye-popping course history at East Lake. He has rattled off three consecutive top-five finishes in the Tour Championship and is priced at a paltry $6,800 on DraftKings. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/20:Webb Simpson is set to play in the upcoming Tour Championship. Simpson cruises into East Lake ranked 11th in the FedEx points standings. The 2018 Players champion would need a win this week and help from the players ahead of him in the standings to take home the FedEx Cup. Simpson has had an outstanding season in 2018, logging top-25 finishes in all four of the year's major championships. His lack of distance off the tee will be a tough obstacle to overcome this week, but he does have two career top-five's at East Lake. Simpson is a rock-solid DFS option at his discounted $7,500 DraftKings price.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/19:Phil Mickelson returns to Atlanta for this week's Tour Championship after failing to qualify for the tournament last season. It will be Mickelson's second appearance at East Lake since a T12 in 2013. "Lefty" has bounced back nicely from a disappointing 2017. He picked up his first win in five years at the WGC-Mexico and was recently named to the U.S. Ryder Cup team as a captain's pick. The veteran technically has a chance to win the FedEx Cup, but would need a win this week and poor finishes from the top players in the points standings. DFS fans can hope for some magic from Mickelson at his $6,600 DraftKings price tag. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/19:Marc Leishman enters this week's Tour Championship ranking 29th out of 30 in the FedEx Cup points standings. The "Big Aussie" would need a miracle to occur at East Lake in order for him to capture the FedEx title. Leishman needs to win the Tour Championship while also having the field invert itself in the standings. It's not a very likely scenario for the grinder from Australia. Leishman got off to a strong start this summer, but has been quiet for the last several months. He finished T24 in last year's Tour Championship and his recent form has been mediocre at best. Leishman is priced near the minimum on DraftKings and is nothing more than a GPP dart throw. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/19:Patrick Cantlay followed up a breakthrough rookie season with a solid sophomore campaign in 2018. Cantlay is set to tee it up in the season-ending Tour Championship for the second straight year. The young Californian has struggled on the greens throughout the FedEx playoffs and lost over six strokes to the field in his last tournament. Cantlay is an elite ball striker with superstar potential that should be a contender in the FedEx Cup race for years to come. However, he has almost no chance to win the title this week, as he would need to win the Tour Championship and receive tons of help from players ahead of him in the points standings. Cantlay is a DFS bargain this week at his reduced price, but will need to get his putter working in order to contend. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/19:Fresh off an improbable win at the BMW Championship, Keegan Bradley enters this week's Tour Championship at sixth in the FedEx points standings. Despite a relatively quiet 2018, Bradley now has a puncher's chance of taking home the FedEx Cup and a 10 million dollar bonus. In order to capture the title, he would need a win at East Lake, coupled with a T2 finish or worse from Bryson DeChambeau. Bradley is a notoriously streaky player that runs hot and cold. His struggles usually take place on the greens, but two weeks ago he led the BMW Championship field in strokes gained: putting en route to the win. If Bradley can keep the flatstick working, he has a chance to make some noise at East Lake. Bradley is always a volatile DFS option and is best suited for large-field tournament lineups. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/19:Justin Rose heads to Atlanta this week with hopes of adding a FedEx Cup title to his long list of career achievements. The Englishman is one of five players than can clinch the FedEx title by winning the Tour Championship. Unlike many in the field, Rose has some room for error. He can finish as low as ninth this week and still have a mathematical chance of winning the FedEx Cup. Rose has been in championship form over the past month and has logged runner-up finishes in his last two tournaments. He has also been dominant at East Lake, scoring top-10's in four consecutive appearances. Rose is the highest-priced player on DraftKings this week, but he will be worth spending up for. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/19:A remarkable comeback season for Tiger Woods culminates this week at East Lake Country Club. Woods heads to Atlanta in 20th place in the points standings and is an extreme long shot to capture his third FedEx Cup title. In an almost impossible scenario, he would need to win the Tour Championship tournament and have all of the players ranked above him in the standings have terrible showings. While Woods might not be able to win the FedEx Cup this week, he can certainly help DFS lineups. The legend has looked like one of the best players in the world over the past month and is striking the ball at an elite level. The combination of great recent form and amazing course history make Woods an excellent DFS play this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/19:Tony Finau heads to East Lake Country Club for this week's Tour Championship with a very real shot at winning the FedEx Cup title. Finau's talent has been evident for the last few years, but he has put it all together in 2018. He is one of five players that can clinch the FedEx title with a win in Atlanta this week. The long-hitter has improved his putting and short game dramatically this season. Finau has flourished in the FedEx Cup Playoffs, having reeled off three straight top-10 finishes. With the extra incentive to win this week, Finau will be playing an aggressive style of golf at East Lake. DFS players will want to get him in lineups to capitalize on his huge scoring upside.--Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/19:Dustin Johnson has won four FedExCup playoff events in his career but has yet to capture a win at the Tour Championship. The American has posted three top-six showings in his previous four tries but hasn't had a finish better than fifth place in eight appearances at East Lake. The lack of production in Atlanta has continuously caused Johnson to come up just short in his quest for the season-long FedExCup title. The 19-time PGA Tour winner enters the Tour Championship this season ranked fourth in the yearly FedExCup standings. Because Johnson is in the top-five, he will control his destiny and capture the annual title and 10 million dollars with a victory this weekend. Johnson is the second betting favorite at 9/1, according to the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/19:Bryson DeChambeau can clinch the season-long FedExCup title this weekend with a plethora of outcomes. However, the 25-year-old will hope to take matters into his own hands and guarantee himself the yearly championship and 10 million dollars with a victory at East Lake. DeChambeau has made 21 of 24 worldwide cuts and has captured three wins on the season, including back-to-back triumphs to start the FedExCup playoffs. Golf's mad scientist began the year ranked 94th in the Official World Golf Rankings but has catapulted himself into eighth in the world with his breakthrough in 2018. DeChambeau's $8,400 price tag on DraftKings will make him one of the most popular selections of the week, but the budding superstar should be considered a major threat to take home the last trophy of the season. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/17:Justin Thomas, who was the 2017 FedExCup champion, enters the season finale Tour Championship in fifth place. Being in the top-five of the standings is a significant advantage for the young American. Thomas will control his destiny this weekend at East Lake and with a victory will capture back-to-back season-long titles. This is Thomas' third consecutive Tour Championship appearance, and the 25-year-old has not finished outside the top-six in his other two showings. Priced at $10,300 on DraftKings, Thomas is the fourth most expensive golfer and is projected to be the highest owned player on the site. His ownership percentage does warrant some consideration into pivoting onto other options priced around him in GPP tournaments, but he very well might be the safest play on the board for cash-games. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/17:With a victory at the Tour Championship, Cameron Smith would have an outside chance of capturing the FedExCup title. The Aussie enters the finale ranked 10th in the standings and would need a victory and a host of other things to happen if he wanted to take home the $10 million grand prize. Some of these situations include DeChambeau finishing in a three-way tie for fourth or worse, Rose completing the tournament in a share of third or worse and a few other similar scenarios. But it goes to show that a victory for Smith would have him thoroughly entrenched in the running for the season-long title. The 25-year-old enters East Lake as the seventh cheapest option on the board at $6,400 on DraftKings, but despite his affordable pricing, the 33rd-ranked player in the world is projected to be one of the lowest owned players on the slate. Smith isn't an ideal statistical fit for the course but does make for an intriguing contrarian option in such a small field.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
9/17:After leading the BMW Championship field in strokes gained off the tee, strokes gained approach, strokes gained tee to green and driving distance, Rory McIlroy was only able to muster up a fifth-place finish at Aronimink. The Irishman struggled mightily with his short game all week, which was highlighted by losing a combined 3.364 strokes putting and around the green during his final round. With the week-long break between the BMW Championship and Tour Championship, McIlroy has had some extra time to try and get his short game figured out. In his last three appearances at East Lake, the fifth-ranked player in the world has provided a win in 2016, a share of second place in 2014 and a share of 16th in 2015. McIlroy is the third betting favorite at 9/1, according to the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook and is the third highest priced player on DraftKings at $10,700. The 29-year-old should be considered one of the favorites to take home the final title of the season and can be used in all DFS formats. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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