I have a hard time saying the Masters was terrible as clearly down to the last putt, the contest was at bay. However, halfway through Day 1, I tweeted everything you need to know: "The only guy on my DFS squad who isn't over is Dustin."
Still, the play itself was stellar and great finish to a great event. So, this week the Tour moves to Hilton Head, South Carolina for the RBC Heritage.
I have to admit with the meltdown of my principle picks the past few weeks, again DFS golf is as tough as the game itself, and this Easter there is a smaller field in the wake of the Masters fuss, so let's see who I like. And don't forget you can duke it out against me and cut your chops playing $3 DraftKings Weekly Hybrid PGA.
Kevin Kisner ($9700): One of the "bright" spots of my Masters roster, at least Kisner wound up making the cut, making it seven-for-seven this season, and among the smaller field, Kisner becomes a big fish.
Adam Hadwin ($8800): Hadwin bested Kisner and has now made all eight cuts he has tried this season, averaging a solid 83.6 points, and with the shorter course, Hadwin makes a fine play.
Matthew Fitzpatrick ($8300): Keeping up the theme of guys who finished the Masters, finished low, but played all four days, Fitzpatrick has averaged 66.1 points per contest and has made five of six cuts.
Charles Howell ($8200): Howell has been so steady (is that the kiss of death?), making all eight cuts and averaging 73 points.
Rafael Cabrera-Bello ($7800): Cabrera-Bello is one of those guys who delivers when I select him and he too has played consistently, making eight of ten cuts. But, he also fits in with this week's roster that tries to play the middle of the field picks, and avoid the cheap and expensive guys.
Michael Kim ($7000): Kim chilled it last week following a decent appearance at the Palmer invitational, and has seven cuts out of nine tries under his belt thus far. He has 61.9 points on average and plays a controlled game well suited for RBC Heritage.
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