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Sunday 18th Feb 2018

Finally after the Players, I managed a full card of picks who made the cut, which meant points and some money, but not enough to matter in the $3 DraftKings Weekly Hybrid PGA.

This time, the best I could place was 8th with Rory Mcllroy, so clearly to really clean up, that deadly combo of two to three top five finishers along with hitting all six to play the weekend is the trick.

So, this week, for the Byron Nelson Classic at TPC Four Seasons in Irving, I tried to move my money around, but still had to gamble on the low end.

By the way, don't forget to check out our deal with DraftKings where you get a lot of good baseball stuff from us along with some from DraftKings. Hit the link below for details.

Zach Johnson ($10,200): Not the favorite Johnson, but a very good one, none-the-less, Johnson is averaging 62.8 points and had two very strong rounds to start the Players. His Saturday round of 80 did him in, but Johnson still finished 54th and has made 10 of 13 cuts.

Charles Schwartzel ($10,100): After taking the Players off, Schwartzel comes with a strong resume for the season, averaging 70.5 points and only missing the cut once in seven tries.

Brooks Koepka ($9600): Nine of 12 in making the grade, Koepka had a strong Players and is posting 66.3 points on average.

James Hahn ($7700): Hahn has been a good pick a couple of times already this season, making half (eight of 16) his tourney cuts, and he finished strong at Quail Hollow and then at the Players.

Mark Hubbard ($6100): A low-end gamble, with 17 of 20 cuts made, and an average of 58.9 points per tourney, the hope is Hubbard just keeps stroking. 

Sung Kang ($6100): Another cheap gamble, but the South Koreans are very serious about their disciplined game of golf, and Kang has made 10 of 16 cuts.

Do remember to keep fantasy open and regulated and fair for all by writing your local lawmakers and tell them of your love of playing and desire to keep on playing. Visit the FSTA site for more information (and thanks).

Our comments section is now working again, so do indeed feel free to comment with your thoughts, and remember you can also hit me up @lawrmichaels.

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