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Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial — Draftkings Fantasy Picks

The Tour is back in Texas this week for the first of another two week stretch. Playing the famed Colonial Country Club, check out our picks here!

Jack’s Picks

With 5 / 6 making the cut last week (Compton decided to bogey the last two holes to MC by 1), but no one playing particularly well, it was enough to win the 50/50, but not cash in the GPP. Gonna cash in both this week.

Pat Perez ($8,000) — He was my good play last week, and I’m counting on him continuing his good play. Snuck through on the cut line and had a good weekend to finish T20. Especially at this price, he’s a must play.

John Peterson ($6,900) — Head scratcher with the price here. Hasn’t missed a cut since February, and seems like he’s the type of guy who can actually win, not just play well like some of the other guys here.

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Shell Houston Open — Draft Kings Picks

Texas once again before the Masters! For those who haven’t read our picks before, we don’t lose. Just an fyi.

Jack’s Picks

With only 4 players of mine making the cut at the Valero (tough after having 4 of them in the super windy Thursday morning wave), I was expecting to not cash this week. But after Jimmy Walker put on a clinic and destroyed the field, and my other three players all under par on Sunday, I coasted to wins in all 4 of my contests. I’m 6/6 with the picks I post for free here, looking to go 7/7! Quick note, the first 4 guys here were pretty much obvious picks (I start with lower salaries first usually). The last two really took some thinking, and a little wavering. I feel like there could be a bunch of combinations of final two guys that would work, but these are (obviously) my two best guesses now.

Jason Kokrak ($8,800) — T7, T6, and T11 in the past three weeks. He’s playing well, very likely that he’s going to make the cut, so perfect play. And oh yeah, pretty sure I mentioned that he was going to play well last year (check out the bottom of that article). Granted, looks like he played badly at the Golf Club of Houston and missed the cut. Good thing I don’t put too much stock in past results.

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