Daily Fantasy Golf – The Barclays – DraftKings Picks
Hello Hello, welcome back to my DraftKings Pick selections. Last week, was ho hum average due to some cut carnage but I still managed to hedge my losses. This week we jump right on the horse again and I really like how things are shaping up with the guys I like. So lets get onto the show so I can go spend more time making money at my regular job so I can play bigger stakes Daily Fantasy, snort cocaine and find a nice pretty lady whom will let me stick my pee pee in her vagina. Now for this weeks selections.
Bill Haas – $7200
I expect Haas to be 100% owned. Way too cheap.
Daniel Summerhays – $5500
His game sets up nicely for this course. He’s top 40 greens in regulation and he’s great putter as well. He doesn’t have course history but based on prior history, players like he do well at Ridgewood. He’s playing very well lately and he’ll be one of my low cost options so I can roster the big boys. If he doesn’t make the cut, I will Meme him to death.
Charley Hoffman – $6300
He’s in the cheapish category, not super cheap. He’s had 2 missed cuts in a row which doesn’t bode well, however, I look for him to make the cut as he has the right high GIR game and solid strokes gained putting. He also has course history here, ranking in the top 40 here in both his tries.
Jimmie Walker – $9000
Jimmy is really good and no one talks him ever. His game is perfect for this track with solid GIR and outstanding putting. He’s finished top 10 in every major plus the Players Championship. He’s just being outheadlined by Rory, Fowler, Rose, Garcia, Scott and Furyk these days.
David Hearn -$5400
If you need to find some lower cost options and one won’t suffice, say hello to David Hearn. There were a few guys whom I thought about putting here, like the Goose, Putnam, Kelly, Vijay, Brown and Stefani. But I’m going with Hearn. Even though he missed the cut at the PGA, he’s top 60 in GIR, in years past he’s been higher, and he’s 36th in strokes gained putting. He’s the forgotten Canadian behind Delaet. He was 6th at the Players, 36th at British and top 30 at the Memorial. So besides his last blip, he plays well in fields with the best golfers in the world.
Ryan Moore – $8600
He’s playing the most consistent golf of his life. Since the Travelers, he’s 5th, 7th, 12th, 8th, and 40th. He makes a good second tier purchase if you’re not going after three of the 10,000 dollar plus players.
Good Luck on your tickets and I’ll have mine up on the site tomorrow. Now lets go drinking.