WGC Bridgestone Invitational — DraftKings Fantasy Picks

Being a WGC event, the field is going to be good this week, which means prices for good players are going to seem low. Don’t be fooled though, still gotta know who’s going to play well.

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Jack’s Picks

Really tough salaries this week. Instead of finding the normal mispricings and “guys you haven’t heard of but are playing well” like usual, we don’t have that this week. All the players in the field are good, and the pricing seems rock solid. That being said, we can still go off history and how they guys are playing currently.

Jimmy Walker ($8,300) — Seems a little under valued down here, granted, this is the end of the season, and Jimmy Walker isn’t as sharp at the end of the year as the beginning. But still think that price is a little low.

Ian Poulter ($7,400) — Again, solid and well known, and with a low price. That’s what I’m looking for this week.

Bill Haas ($7,800) — I’ll ignore the little hiccup at the end of last week’s tournament. Haas bounces back in effort to make President’s Cup.

Dustin Johnson ($10,800) — If DJ is going to play in a tournament, he’s going to want to play well.

Danny Lee ($7,700) — Playing well recently with a T4 last week. Good value for someone who wants to win all the time.

Martin Kaymer ($8,000) — Good ball striker, and I’m guessing he’s going to be focused with the PGA coming up at a course he won at before. He’s not going to want to have a bad week going into that.

Mike’s Picks

Once again, going with my gut. No cut means you’ll need at least a couple top 10’s to do anything in your leagues.

Henrik Stenson ($9,900) — I think that, even with his pretty high price, Stenson is being overlooked this week in favor of Day and Spieth among others.

Sergio Garcia ($9,700) — Another guy who I think is being overlooked. His recent results have me intrigued.

Kevin Kisner ($7,700) — Enough is enough. I have to pick him because I’ve passes so often to my eternal grief.

Francesco Molinari ($7,700) — I like his consistency, but he’s probably first off the squad if I notice a better option.

Hunter Mahan ($7,500) — Look, I don’t know why, but I like him this week. Hasn’t had a great last couple years, but he’s too good to be down for too long.

Jamie Donaldson ($7,400) — Eternally underpriced and I have a weakness for picking Welshmen.

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