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Daily Fantasy PGA Picks and Betting Guide for DraftKings & FanDuel – World Wide Technologies Championship
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El Cardonal at Diamante
Par 72 - 7,452 Yards
Greens - Platinum Paspalum
With three events to go in the fall season, Hossler sits comfortably leading the golfers ranked outside the Top 50 in FedEx Cup points. While he could sit back, relax, and enjoy the lead into the holidays, I have a feeling he will be hunting birdies at max speed as he looks for his first career win on Tour. He enters with terrific form having not only finishing Top 30 in seven of his last eight events but also comes in off two straight Top 10's(Zozo, Shriners) in the fall season. Where I am not paying up for Aberg, I love starting my lineups with Hossler this week and will also be betting him outright.
Not only has List been consistent for a long stretch where he has made seven of eight cuts dating back to May, he is in prime Luke List fall form with Top 25's in all three events including a win at the Sanderson Farms Championship. His game has been on point gaining 20.8 strokes gained tee to green over the last three events and he ranks 2nd in that category along with 10th in driving distance, 3rd in SG: around the green, and 1st in Birdie or Better. I like List in all formats this week.
Champ is one of the biggest boom or bust plays on Tour and he has displayed that in the fall season with a T9 at the Sanderson and T18 at the Shriners sandwiched between a T59 at the Zozo and missed cut at the Fortinet. He should have a ton of motivation this week sitting just outside the Top 125 in the FedEx Cup standings which has become HUGE with the new format and the difference between a Tour card and temporary status. I will be looking for Champ to use his distance on the wide fairways to gain an edge and climb the leaderboard in a potential birdie-fest.
I will stick with the motivation narrative as we head down into the value range as Whaley has a lot of work to do to not just attempt to earn a card but to even earn conditional status inside the Top 150. The good news is that he comes in with some excellent form with aT25, T28, and T13 in the three fall events and ranks 10th in my stats model during that stretch. He has terrific long iron play and is an excellent putter which is a combination I love this week. Fire up Whaley in all formats.
Others in my Player Pool: Adam Svensson, J.J. Spaun, Sahith Theegala, Erik van Rooyen, Kelly Kraft, Adam Long