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DFS Fantasy Golf Picks: 2017 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play
- Updated: March 21, 2017
First off, congratulations to Marc Leishman on his 1st place finish this past week at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. With the win, he banked 1.6 million and qualified to play in this year’s Masters Tournament, along with the other major tournaments. Unfortunately if you picked John Daly this week like myself, I’m sure you drowned yourself in a puddle of alcohol to forgot about that awful performance he put on, as failed to make the cut. Anyway, this week’s WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play tournament will be held at the Austin Country Club in Austin, TX, which runs along the Colorado River.
Here are this week’s picks from the highest priced studs to the low-valued sleepers that you’ll want on your DFS roster at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play:
- Rory McIlroy ($10,600)
Since returning from his injury, Rory has done nothing but prove to me that he is a top contender who is worth the money to have him on your roster. After making a good run at Bay Hill that left him at 9-under, there is no doubt in my mind he will play well during this week’s match play.
- Jason Day ($10,200)
With a win here last year (beating Louis Oosthuizen 5-4), Jason Day is expected to have a good leg up on the others competing this week. Like McIlroy, Day will be on my radar for another player that is worth putting a dent in your wallet this week. The World’s No. 2 has something to prove with his decent play lately.
Middle of the road
- Patrick Reed ($8,200)
When it comes to match play, Patrick Reed is that dude who comes to mind. Although he’s only had two top-10 finishes since December 1st — which would make anyone wary of him coming into this week — his career singles record is a whopping 10-5-1. Be on the look out this week for Reed, as he has the capability to be a force on this course.
- Louis Oosthuizen ($8,100)
Being last year’s runner-up gives me a good feeling that he could break out of his shell at this year’s match play. So far this year, Louie has not done a single thing to make me want to give him another shot on my DraftKings lineup, but we’ve all seen his capabilities from his long to short game. I myself am going to take the risk that he will perform as well as he did last year, and you should too.
- Kevin Kisner($6,900)
Since December 2nd, Kevin Kisner has put up some very good numbers — with his lowest score (T48) coming at the Honda Classic. Kisner has three top-10 finishes this year and is coming off a T2 at Arnold Palmer and an 11th place finish at WGC-Mexico in the past two weeks. He’s definitely on my radar this week with an extremely giving price tag.
- Adam Hadwin ($6,900)
If there’s one pro you want to hitch your bandwagon to, it would be Adam Hadwin. The Canadian has been on fire recently, with a 1st place finish at Valspar and a T6 at Bay Hill. Hadwin has proved the past two weeks that he has what it takes to contend with the best of the best in the World Golf Rankings. For his price, he’s No. 1 on this week’s sleeper picks who will get you to the final round of play.
Good luck this week at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play, and be sure to check back next week to keep making money on the PGA Tour.