PGA Roosevelt’s Hole In One – Tuesday August 28th 2018

Looking for help with your PGA lineups? In Roosevelt’s Hole In One we provide our recommended plays for both Draft and DraftKings for this weekend’s PGA event!

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The FedEx Cup Playoffs is in full swing! We kicked things off with The Northern Trust last week. I didn’t get a chance to write a full fledge article last week. However,within our Facebook group I posted my top 10 cash plays and top 10 GPP plays on DraftKings. Bryson DeChambeau, one of my top 10 cash plays took 1st place scoring 125 DraftKings points for only $7,400. He was in my cash lineup, which put up a 396.50, which was good enough to cash in cash contests. It was not, however good enough to cash in GPP contests. Other plays that I highlighted that did well included Tony Finau (cash play, 2nd place 110.5), and Patrick Cantlay (cash play, 8th place 93.5). I finished a few dollars above the profit line in DraftKings. On Draft, I only played one contest, a 5 person tournament that I had advanced to the Quarterfinals and I was able to win again, advancing to the Semifinals.

This week we move on to Boston for the Dell Technologies Championship. The top 100 golfers in the FedEx standings will play in this event. Top 70 and ties make the cut. The MDF rule is not in effect this weekend. This is our final cut event for the playoffs. All other events are no cut events. Since we have a field of only 100 players you can afford to take more chances with your lineups this week since 70% if the field is going to make the cut.

Here are the key factors I am looking at in order of priority:

  • Vegas Odds To Wim
  • Strokes Gained Approach
  • Birdie or better percentage
  • Par 5 scoring
  • Strokes Gained Off The Tee
  • Strokes Gained Putting
  • Course History
  • Recent Form

Here are the tools I used for research this week:

Chris Durell PGA Spreadsheet

Draft Top 10 Plays

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  1. Dustin Johnson 
  2. Justin Thomas 
  3. Tiger Woods
  4. Justin Rose
  5. Jordan Spieth 
  6. Jon Rahm
  7. Jason Day
  8. Brooks Koepka 
  9. Rory Mcllroy 
  10. Patrick Cantlay

DraftKings Top 10 Cash Plays

  1. Dustin Johnson – $11,600
  2. Tiger Woods – $9,700
  3. Patrick Cantlay – $9,000
  4. Tony Finau – $8,800
  5. Bryson DeChambeau – $8,700
  6. Tommy Fleetwood – $8,500
  7. Paul Casey – $7,900
  8. Keegan Bradley – $7,200
  9. Xander Schauffele – $7,200
  10. Joel Dahmen – $6,400

DraftKings Top 10 GPP Plays

  1. Justin Thomas – $11,400
  2. Jordan Spieth – $10,000
  3. Justin Rose – $9,300
  4. Jon Rahm – $9,100
  5. Hideki Matsuyama – $8,900
  6. Henrik Stenson – $8,600
  7. Aaron Wise – $7,600
  8. Zack Johnson – $7,500
  9. Kevin Na – $7,400
  10. Rafael Cabrera-Bello – $7,300

For cash I recommend locking in Dahmen at that insanely cheap price of $6,400 and then build out the rest of your lineup with 5 picks from the 9 remaining golfers.

For GPP I recommend picking 6 golfers from either the cash plays or the GPP plays. Keep in mind the golfers listed under cash can still be played in GPPs. However understand that they are likely to be higher owned.

Good luck!

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