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Louis Oosthuizen - $9,500: He golfed really well last week at the Zurich Classic, and has been solid here too. Oosthuizen is -275 to make the cut, yes, and 35-1 to win it all. No, I'm not in love with that price, but top 40 at -145 seems like the wager I should make with him. Oosthuizen tends to string back to backs together well, and he was also second last week and T2 at the Valspar last time, and T16 the year before that. So, for a price of $9,500 he makes into my main DFS lineup for the upcoming PGA weekend.
Jason Kokrak - $8,700: Look, he’s been solid here as well over the years. Kokrak’s got a ton of rounds at this course, and he hit his stride back in late February and early March. He’s tailed off a bit since then, sure, but Kokrak did golf last week in a relatively risk-free event and golfed well too. So maybe Kokrak just needed one of those fun types of rounds under his belt. With Kokrak, I’m going with form, overall course knowledge and a no-stress event last week as our ideal setup here. Oddsmakers think he is live to win at 35-1 and at just $8,700 this is a DraftKings price tag gets me to bite here as well and buy in on Kokrak.
Charley Hoffman - $8,600: Hoffman is 45-1 to win outright and sits 28th in Fedex Cup points. This course also seems to be good to Hoffman when he is golfing well. I want him right now at this course because he’s golfing maybe the best he has in a long time. Hoffman hasn’t been cut in eight straight events at the Valspar and has a bunch of top 20 finishes and top 10’s. Charley hasn’t had a miserable tournament in a while, and he’s currently -275 to make the cut. He should be solid and offers a great price at $8,600
Sam Burns - $7,900: He’s been here twice and finished T12 and T30. Now he’s 90-1 to win it while currently sitting 47th in the Fedex Cup race. He’s in the top 20 in a bunch of statistical areas too, although he hit a rough patch in March (finished T39 at the RBC Heritage and T4 last week at the Zurich Classic) Why not give him a look here? Kokrak’s price tag is definitely worth it for a guy with his type of ceiling.
Lucas Glover - $7,700: Another guy with a ton of rounds under his belt here, Glover’s been half decent as of late - he did indeed golf last week, but he was cut. I can’t hold that against him at all here though, as it was probably one of those walk-through events. Glover was T33 at the RBC and 4th at the Valero, followed by T19 at the Honda. He’s hitting the board and has also had a bunch of half-decent finishes here. He’s a sure fire DFS lineup guy for me this weekend, and the $7,700 price tag seems to be a bargain.
Denny McCarthy - $7,500: This guy was here once and he golfed great, finishing T-9 here and golfing under 70 in three of the four rounds. His form right now is really good, finishing T13, T34 and T3 in the last three events. Clearly, McCarthy is live to me, and he’s 100% going in my dfs lineup at $7,500