05 Apr Daily Fantasy PGA Picks for Fanduel and DraftKings – The Masters
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What we will show you here are a couple of top plays a couple mid-tier plays, and a couple value plays at each position. To see the full list per position and projected Fantasy Points, you’ll have to subscribe to check out our PGA Cheat Sheet here:
Jordan Spieth: FP Projections- 93
World Rank: 6th
Spieth is that energetic young blood you want to see in golf. He has only seen this course 3 times but in 2015 he was able to put on the Green Jacket and call himself a champion. He followed that up with a great performance in 2016 but faltered on the 12th hole to take second place. Looking at all of the numbers and projections, we think Spieth will be lower owned than he should be which puts him at the top of our Elite Plays.
Dustin Johnson: FP Projections- 102
World Rank: 1st
There’s a reason why DailyRotoHelp is showing the elite plays as the most expensive plays on the slate. It’s because they are good. Let’s look at Johnson’s pedigree that has led him to being this expensive. He started his professional career in 2007, he has 15 tour wins and 17 total professional wins, he tied for 4th in last year’s Masters. Some of his Achievements and Awards are as follows: 2016 PGA Player of the Year, 2016 PGA Tour Player of The Year, 2016 PGA Tour leading money winner, 2016 Vardon Trophy recipient and 2016 Byron Nelson Award. There’s a ton of awards just last year and doesn’t show any signs of slowing down. Before last year’s tie for 4th at Agusta, he tied for 6th in 2015. He’s also projected as the highest golfer in our cheat sheet this week. Plug him in with confidence.
Jon Rahm: FP Projections- 96
World Rank: 14th
He’s coming off a -5 final day in last Sunday’s conclusion of the Shell Houston Open and ended up -9 under par. He was tied for 10th and this was his first time ever playing this course. Now he comes to Augusta and looks to continue his hot streak. Rahm comes into The Masters just outside of our Top-5 rankings for DailyRotoHelp’s cheat sheet. Whether you use him on DraftKings or Fanduel, rest assured when slotting him into one of your lineups that you’re getting a discount on his price for the level of play he’s currently on par for. (That was a clever golf pun and you should have laughed)
Paul Casey: FP Projections- 76
World Rank: 16th
Stop me if you’ve seen his name before on this site. Casey tends to make his way into either our articles or our Optimal Lineups this season. Last year he tied for 6th and the year before he tied for 4th at The Masters. Multiple Top-10 finishes, a terrific salary on both DK and FD, 16th world rank, and above 75 FP projections? Sign us up!
Louis Oosthuizen: FP Projection- 72
World Rank: 28th
Putting him in your PGA DFS lineup could lead you to oozing with confidence (get it?). He comes into this Matchup with some iffy numbers in past tournaments. He tied for 17th at the WGC Match Play, tied in 28th at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, and tied for 48th at the WGC-Mexico. He comes in cheap and could be a dark horse but strictly a tournament option for your DFS lineups this weekend.
Other Sleeper Picks: Tyrell Hatton, Jason Day, Bill Haas, Jason Dufner, Brendan Steele
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