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Round 3 Bermuda Championship Showdown PGA DFS Picks for DraftKings & FanDuel Lineups | Saturday, 10/30/21

Jason Rouslin



Round 2 Bermuda Championship preview with expert DraftKings PGA DFS picks like Guido Migliozzi and Matt Fitzpatrick from Awesemo's fantasy golf optimizer.

The rain and wind disappeared for Round 2 of the Bermuda Championship as a beautiful fall Island day provided a lovely setting. Scores were much better because of that, as the cutline would inch closer to even par all day and even looked like it could to -1 at a point. It would settle at even par with 76 golfers making the weekend.

PGA DFS Showdown Picks: Bermuda Championship Round 3

Round 2 Recap

Morning Wave

It would be clear from the get-go that the course would yield plenty of birdies and ultimately much better scores than Round 1. Patrick Rodgers would jump to the lead early on, as Chad Ramey and Brandon Hagy overnight leaders would stumble out of the block. Neither would break par on the day, whereas Rodgers shot 64, one of the best rounds of the day. Matthias Schwab would have one of the best rounds of the day; after an opening-round 71, he would bounce back with a 63. Plenty of other solid rounds turned in in the morning, including Peter Uihlein, Lucas Herbert and Pater Malnati, all shooting 65, and jumping up the leaderboard in Round 2.

Afternoon Wave

With winds all but non-existent, a stark contrast to what these golfers faced on Thursday morning, and an ability to make up ground with a good round. That is exactly what Taylor Pendrith did, shooting a tournament-best 61 on the day, including a 30 on the front nine and five straight birdies from 1-5. Mark Hubbard would match Schwab’s performance on the day with a 63, firing back after an opening-round 74. J.J. Spaun also gets a mention, as he played relatively well on Thursday, overshadowed by a late double bogey, but showed his form in Round 2, bouncing back with a 66.

Round 2 Stat Recap

Strokes gained information does not travel to foreign soil, so there are only old-school statistics to cover.

Driving Accuracy

Average Position: 36

  1. Guido Migliozzi
  2. Max McGreevy
  3. Johnson Wagner
  4. Ryan Armour
  5. Mark Hubbard

Greens in Regulation

Average Position: 31

  1. Patrick Rodgers
  2. Scott Gutschewski
  3. Adam Hadwin
  4. John Senden
  5. Alex Smalley

Putts Per Green in Regulation

Average Position: 16.4

  1. Danny Lee
  2. Taylor Pendrith
  3. Vincent Whaley
  4. Patrick Reed
  5. Ben Martin

Round 2 Bermuda Championship DraftKings Slate Preview

  • Lock Time: Probably some time around 7:30 am, or 8:00 am. E.T..
  • Grand Prize: DraftKings offers $10,000 to first place and $30,000 guaranteed for the third-round slate.

PGA DFS DraftKings Showdown Picks

The adverse conditions have come and gone as its golfer against the golf course the rest of the way in.

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  • Matthew Fitzpatrick ($10,400): Iron play is not typically Fitzpatrick’s best attribute, but, through two rounds and difficult conditions, he has been able to hit 75% of his greens. On day three, he should be able to figure out sight lines off the tee and improve his driving accuracy, which should help his in-form irons. His putter picked up today as well and has not had that breakout round yet. Saturday will be the day to get him back in the mix come Sunday.
  • Guido Migliozzi ($8,600): Ball-striking has not ever been Migliozzi problem; it is the putter that tends to be the issue. This week that does not seem to be a problem and his off the tee game is best in the field, finding 82% of his fairways a 6% ahead of the next batch of golfers. He has translated that into almost 70% of his greens, after struggling in the wind in Round 1, he bounced back in a big way in Round 2. Given his ball-striking form and decent putter, he has a high floor for Round 3 and given his salary, will be a core piece for the slate.
  • Vincent Whaley ($7,900): Form is certainly there for Whaley, who came into the week as one of only a handful of golfers who come in the top 10 three times over the past 12 weeks. He continues that high form into the weekend, giving us his best Jordan Spieth impression, hitting 35% of his fairways. That makes him second to last, only behind leader Patrick Rodgers of golfers, who made the cut in terms of finding the fairway off the tee. Most of his work has been done with the putter, which is fine, as it fits his profile. Can he keep it up for two more rounds is the question.
  • Dylan Wu ($6,900): Wu is second-to=last among golfers who made the cut in others of putts per green in regulation, averaging almost two putts per hole. Putting is the one thing that is proven to be most variable, so if that flips, and the ball striking stays, where he has hit at least 66% of his greens and fairways through two rounds.

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The Yahoo! PGA DFS projections, the DraftKings DFS PGA showdown projections for today and the DraftKings DFS PGA ownership projections for today are made and used by Alex Baker, the No. 1 DFS player in the world. Looking for more PGA DFS and DFS PGA picks today? Yahoo! DFS PGA rankings will be posted at least a day in advance of any tournament.

Jason established his roots in the littlest state that could...Rhode Island. But after 29 years of bitter cold, and only being able to play golf 4 months a year, upended those roots and moved to Florida. Now two years later, Jason is a husband to Sarah and father of James as well as two Labradors (Choco and Bella) and he dedicates his time to serve as the lead of PGA content at In the time he is not diving into the PGA stats and covering this week's current tournament, you can find him researching and trading stocks, on the golf course, or somewhere hopefully lost in nature with his dogs guiding him along the way. Want to chat? Have a question about Golf/Stocks or anything else? Hop on twitter and give him a message @dfsgolfer23. You can also contact Jason by emailing [email protected].

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