PGA DFS Preview Rocket Mortgage Classic

Hello PGA Peeps,

It was a good week last week. Sadly Stewart Cink sunk what could have been a great weekend, instead of a good weekend.

This is a newish tournament and has only been played last year. So many of these golfers especially the High Dollar value have not played this tournament or the course.

High Priced Golfers that I like:

Patrick Reed and Viktor Hovland are the two studs of this tournament being priced at $10.5K and $10K. You really want both of them but it is difficult to fit both into one lineup. They have played this tournament last year and played well.

Mid Range Priced Golfers that I Like:

Rory Sabatini and Doc Redman at $8.8K and $8.5K are another groupings of stud players you want. They both played well last year and have a realistic chance to win the tournament outright.

JT Poston at $8.7K is a solid option with experience.

Brandt Snedeker at $7.9K is also viable with experience for an alternative lineup option.

Low Cost Priced Golfers that I like:

Brian Stuard at $7.4K good experience at the course last year

Wes Roach at $7.3K good experience at the course last year

Sepp Straka at $6.7K good experience at the course

Nate Lashley at $6.6K won this tournament going away last year.

Richy Werenski at $6.5K did not play well last year at this tournament but has been playing better overall as of late. Big Risk, Big Reward if you need to fit in players for a two $10K player lineup.

Ted Potter Jr at $6.2K is a huge risk, most likely he is going to miss the cut but if viable if you are putting two $10K players together in a lineup.

Hope this helps everyone, stay safe and have fun people.

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