This week the PGA Tour heads to Dublin, Ohio and Muirfield Village Golf Club for the 2019 Memorial Tournament. Let’s jump in and preview the course, look at the weather, key stats, and then look at some core plays in each price range.
The Florida Swing continues this week with the Valspar Championship from Innisbrook Resort(Copperhead Course). Let’s jump in and preview the course and look at some targets for cash games and GPP’s in each price range.
This week the PGA Tour heads to Orlando, Florida and the Bay Hill Club & Lodge for the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Let’s jump in and preview the course, top trends, weather, and then look at some core plays for cash games and GPP’s in each price range.
This week the PGA Tour is back to a three course rotation for the AT&T Pebble Beach Golf Links. Each player and their amateur partner will play one round on each of the courses(Pebble Beach, Monterey Peninsula, Spyglass Hill) with the final round being played on Pebble Beach. The cut is also structured a bit different this week with the Top 60 and ties moving on to the Sunday final round. Let’s jump into the picks!
This week the PGA Tour heads to San Diego, California for the Farmers Insurance Open. Let’s jump in and take a look at the previous winners, the courses, key stats, weather forecast, and then get into the picks.
This week the PGA Tour heads back to the mainland for the 60th Anniversary of the Desert Classic, formerly known as the CareerBuilder Challenge, Humana Challenge, and most famously, the Bob Hope Classic.Let’s dig in and preview the course, trends, top stats, and then look at some of the top cash game and GPP targets in each price range.
This week the PGA Tour stays in Hawaii but travels to Waialae Country Club in Honolulu for the Sony Open. It is the first event of the 2019 season with a full field of players meaning we are back to a cut of the Top 70 and ties after the second round on Friday. This year’s field includes two of the Top 5(Justin Thomas & Bryson DeChambeau) and 20 of the World’s Top 50 golfers. Let’s dig in.
Welcome back golf fans. The holidays are over, the calendar has flipped to 2019 and that means it’s time to get back on the DFS PGA train. The 2019 portion of the season starts with the Sentry Tournament of Champions where each player who won a PGA Tour event in 2018 is invited to attend. Let’s dig in and look at some of the top targets in each price range for cash games and GPP formats.