The PGA Tour regains its international flavor this weekend, going south of the border to the El Camaleon Golf Club, in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.
Starting off the season with four terrible finishes out of four tries, on three continents, this week I tried to look at favorites, high average fantasy point totals, and of course cuts made when picking my teams. But, at this point, I am faring no better at the PGA than I am at guessing election results.
Don't forget you can duke it out against me and cut your chops playing $3 DraftKings Weekly Hybrid PGA.
Russell Knox ($11,800): Knox is among the favorites as the Scot finished 12 under at the HSBC, has a pair of wins, and is averaging 69.1 points, so playing the hot hand.
Keegan Bradley ($10,000): Four top ten finishes, coupled with a seventh last week with 19 cuts made out of 30 tries. Since the field is slightly less glossy for Mayakoba, Bradley moves to the top.
Chris Kirk ($9600): Four top tens and a 71.3 average with 55.9 points per tourney, and 20 of 30 cuts made make Kirk a target for me.
Ryan Brehm ($6500): Three tourneys, three cuts made, and an average of 80.3 fantasy points over each of those tourneys. Need more?
Mackenzie Hughes ($6000): Another newbie, with three of four cuts made and 61.4 fantasy points make Hughes another low-end, potentially high-reward play.
G. Fernandez-Castano ($5900): At least picking off the low-end with a Spaniard hitting south of the border, Fernandez-Castano has made four of six cuts and is averaging 55.1 fantasy points. If all these guys can hit their averages, I should be sitting pretty. If...
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