Dr. Roto’s PGA DFS Cheatsheet: The Memorial

Dr. Roto is hooking you up with the top PGA DFS golfers to target in Daily Fantasy Sports when The Memorial kicks off Thursday, May 31!

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Dr. Roto’s Visionary PGS DFS Cheatsheet—The Memorial

Guys I Like

Dustin Johnson — Can win any tournament he enters. I won’t go all in on him, but I will have about 25% of my lineups with him for sure.

Jason Day — Lives in Ohio but has never finished higher than T15. Always a threat, but I think I will fade.

Justin Rose — He fits well here, but I never play the guy who won last week.

Jordan Spieth — He’s due for a big tournament. It’s coming here or at the U.S. Open. My guess it is will be at the Open, so I will fade here.

Rickie Fowler — Love his price point.

Tiger Woods — Has owned this course in the past. I will have him on like 15-20% of my lineups.

Henrik Stenson — There’s a lot to like in his game but he hasn’t played here since 2013 which worries me.

Hideki Matsuyama — I think he plays big this week and will be lower owned due to his wrist issues.

Marc Leishman — Could be in the mix to win it if he can keep his driver  straight.

Patrick Reed — This course lines up beautifully for him as the comp is Augusta where he just won the Masters.

Adam Scott — Seems to be progressing nicely; a top ten finish is likely.

Matt Kuchar — His price is perfect for a cut maker extraordinaire.

Emiliano Grillo — Cash games only. I’m worried that he will be too chalky for GPP.

Charl Schwartzel — Always under owned and capable of winning.

Tony Finau — Love him this week. I am almost too overweight on him that it scares me.

Chesson Hadley — Hasn’t played well here previously, but he’s playing at a high level in general.

Ryan Moore — Could be chalky, but seems to be a popular choice this week.

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Guys to Take a Shot on

Byeong-Hun An — Equally capable of winning as shooting an 80.

Charles Howell III — He’s the expert’s darling this week. I will fade him as usual.

Kyle Stanley — Could easily finish in the top 10-15 which would be great for the price.

Adam Hadwin — Burned me the last two weeks, but I love his game.

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Patrick Cantlay — He couldn’t have played worse last week. Most people will avoid him like the plague which means I will put him on 10-15% of my teams to be contrarian.

J.B. Holmes — Outside chance of putting up a top ten.

Bud Cauley — Most people will play Lovemark and Holmes in this price range. I will pivot to Bud.

Peter Ulhlein — I think he’s on the cusp of greatness. Might be asking too much for a top ten here, but I think T15-20 is possible.

Keegan Bradley — Will have him in many lineups where I go stars and scrubs.

William McGirt — Won here two years ago.

Kevin Streelman — He always burns me but could be a cut maker.

Kevin Tway — I love the way he is playing. He’s going to be way over owned due to his price, but it could be decent chalk.

Daniel Summerhays — Played well here last year until he choked in the final round.

Gary Woodland — Hard to believe he’s 6900 on DK.

David Lingmerth — Always plays well here and the price is nice.

Satoshi Kodaira — I might pivot from Tway to him at the last minute.

Stewart Cink — He could go T30 which would be fine if you use him in cash games.

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