So, I am a year into my foray of writing about fantasy golf and the secret is still as elusive to me as is a consistent chipping game. OTOH, I invested $25 into my Draft Kings account a year ago, and still have $9 left, meaning I have won enough to keep it going for a year, based upon that initial deposit.
This week we return to TPC Deere Run where again I try to assemble a good game. Remember you can play against me and cut your chops playing $3 DraftKings Weekly Hybrid PGA. As for my picks, well, just as I think I might be getting the hang, you know? Sort of like your short game falls in line, but all of a sudden, all your drives slice? Irrespective, here goes.
Steve Stricker ($11,800): Stricker is essentially playing in his own back yard, having hit five cuts in a row with a pair of top five finishes this season.
Daniel Summerhays ($10,600): Wow, last week Summerhays was a great sleeper, but this week, playing where he finished eighth last year, well, suddenly Summerhays is the high-priced spread.
Spencer Levin ($7400): Coming off a strong Traveler's, Levin has cracked the top 15 two weeks in a row and makes for a strong play this week.
Seung-Yul Noh ($7300): Noh finished 38th last week at the Traveler's and has hit it on five cuts his last seven tourneys.'
Rod Pampling ($6300): Like Noh, the Aussie Pampling finished 38th at the Traveler's and has made the cut six of his last eight tournaments.
Derek Ernst ($6100): Well, as long as we are on a theme, Ernst also finished 38th last week, with three rounds under 70, so go with the flow.
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