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Daily Fantasy Golf Picks Draftkings Strategy | BMW Championship PGA 2018 | Fedex Cup

Daily Fantasy Golf Picks Draftkings Strategy | BMW Championship PGA 2018 | Fedex Cup

The season is almost done and we’re down to the final 70.  No one can miss the cut this week and differentiating your teams might prove to be quite difficult. We have our on little strategy this week and hopefully it works out for us.Now onto the shitty cut and paste of the golf course preview.

The Aromimink Golf Course, just outside of Philadelphia , is a 7237 yard, Par 70 test of golf. The course my play a little longer based on all of the dog legs and based on course history, length off the tee doesn’t seem to matter much. You can be a short hitter and do well here it seems, as long as you’re a solid mid to long iron player.

In 2011, the Top 10 consisted of: Nick Watney, Kj Choi, Jeff Overton, Adam Scott, Charles Howell, Robert Allenby, Chris Stroud, Chris Kirk, Bryce Molder, and Webb Simpson. In 2010, the Top 10 consisted of: Justin Rose, Ryan Moore, Jeff Overton, Charlie Wi, JB Holmes, Carl Petterson, Nick Watney, Marc Leishman, Vijay Singh, and Jason Day. Of all these players, we’d say four of them, maybe five, are guys that can really knock it 300 plus. 

If you look at the one thing that most of these players have in common is that they were all solid players from 175 to 200 yards out. We’re going to focus on these types of players and of course, we’ll take form and putting as well.

Now for the breakdown.

THE CORE

Hideki Matsuyama 100% – After a pretty disappointing season, Matsuyama is finally heating up. He’s the number one ranked iron player from 175-200 yards out, so he’s a squad guarantee.

Tiger Woods 75% – We’ve noticed that Tiger is playing well when he needs to grip down and keep it on the fairway. Due to the doglegs here, we think this will be the case and his tip top iron play will give him the shot for a win.

Ian Poulter 75% – We hope no one takes him this week, but we think he can bounce back after losing some of his shine. If our 175-200 approach shot history holds up, this course should be right in his wheel house.

Kevin Na 50% – What we said about Poulter applies to Na as well. We think these short guys that can hit the 175-200 yard shot will fair well based on history.

Patrick Reed 50% – He can hit approach shots from 175-200 yards out and even longer. If this is a second shot golf course, he should be in solid shape, especially with his putting ability.

Francesco Molinari 50% – He didn’t play last week, so we’re kinda out of sight out of mind on him after a poor Northern Trust. His schedule might have caught up with him, but the week off should do him some good. This is a course that he should be able to capitalize on too. His approach shots from 175 and beyond are up there with the best in the world.

Gary Woodland 50% – Yes we’re taking this long hitter and that’s because he’s just playing consistent golf. He’s also arguably the best player on tour from 175 – 200 yards out this year and 200 yards plus too. We think he clubs down off the tees and keeps himself in the game this week.

Chez Reavie 50% – We needed a cheap player for our team and we stuck with Reavie due to his approach shot prowess from 175 and beyond. What’s the worst that can happen?

Nick Watney 50% – He’s won over this course before and he’s pretty cheap so we’re jumping on his band wagon. After all these years, he’s playing well again and his stats from 175 – 200 yards out are just like they were in 2011.

THE SINGLES

Patrick Cantlay

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