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DraftKings is offering 2K to first place for today’s Round 4 slate.
- Scoring Numbers:
- The First Round: 70.88 or -1.12
- Round 2: 71.33 or -.67
- The Third Round : 71.05 or -.95
- 12 eagles were made on the day
PGA DFS Sweatsheet
It looks like a nice day in store on Sunday for the boys. Minus Brooks Koepka and J.B. Holmes of course.
Round Three Commentary
For the top of the board, it was all about who could maintain pace, and Danny Lee outperforming the others in the top 10 by a little bit. Wyhndham Clark, however, was the biggest mover of the day with a five-under 67, and now is now tied for fourth. Collin Morikawa & Gary Woodland also jolted up the leaderboards with early 65s. With only one round left, these next set of golfers need to find their putter, as they’ve been hitting fairways and greens at a rate of over 70% for both, but yet average over 1.8 putts per gir
- Billy Horschel
- Tommy Fleetwood
- Sergio Garcia
- Jun-gon Hwang
- Yi Keun Chang
- K.J. Choi
- Chase Koepka
- Joel Dahmen
- Tyrell Hatton
- Phil Mickelson
PGA DFS Round Two Showdown Picks
Nine choices above 8K that are currently inside the top 10, with only Wyndham Clark priced below 7K. That is likely to mean high ownership for him, and the other couple of guys int he top 10 under 8K including Gary Woodland & Graeme McDowell. Jordan Spieth & Justin Thomas should set the pace up top and be in most lineups, which could create low ownership on Viktor Hovland, Collin Morikawa & most definitely Matthew Wolff.
I’f I was trying to play an ownership game up top with someone in the top 10 Kiradech Aphinbarnrat would be my go too.
PGA DFS Stud or Value Pick outside of Top 10
K.H. Lee ($7,700)
Hitting over 85 % of his greens on the first three days, he’s almost the “forgotten” Korean at this point. He’sits just outside the top, and with a couple of early birdies will make up the positional points quickly. I think he’ll be somewhat targeted, but not as highly owned as Joaquin Niemann is at a similar price.
Sneaky Pick Outside of Top 10
K.J. Choi ($6,000)
Probably the most decorated Korean Golf, K.J. Choi earned a sponsor invite and hasn’t really let them down. he sits just four outside the top 10, and his hitting almost 80% of his greens and has hit 88% of his fairways through round 3. If his putting ticks up just a little bit, he could earn his first top in quite some time.
Ryan Moore ($8,100)
Ryan Plamer ($7,600)
Si Woo Kim ($7,600)