PGA DFS Cheat Sheet: Waste Management Open

Dr. Roto provides a PGA DFS Cheat Sheet breaking down your best and avoidable options from the Waste Management Open later this week.

Jon Rahm

Daily Dr. Roto – Wednesday, January 30

PGA DFS Cheat Sheet — Waste(d) Management Open

Jon Rahm — Was lower owned than expected last week. If he is under 15% this week, I am all in.

Justin Thomas — Love the golfer in general but planning on fading him.

Hideki Matsuyama — I have never seen a better course history outside of his WD last year. Uber chalky, but needs to be in all cash lineups.

Gary Woodland — Another course horse. Hard to fade.

Webb Simpson — No one is talking about him, but he’s been fire, and I am overweight on him.

Rickie Fowler — Torrey Pines was a bad fit for him, but he loves this course.

Matt Kuchar — No one loves playing him, but he always finishes in the top 20.

Chez Reavie — One of my favorite West Coast players.

Billy Horschel — Ride him while he is hot. It won’t last long.

Alex Noren — Could be sneaky this week after missing the cut at Torrey Pines.

Cameron Champ — Everyone knows how good he is — is this the week he breaks out?

Cameron Smith — Pivot to this Aussie if you want to differentiate in GPPs.

Daniel Berger — He is priced right and will be dispersed liberally throughout my lineups.

Xander Schauffele — I don’t love his price, but he’s always a threat to win. I might regret not having enough of him.

Adam Hadwin — A nice pivot if you want to find lower ownership on a top contender.

Martin Laird — “Party” Marty will be a very chalky play this week due to his course history.

Kyle Stanley — People will be off him due to recency bias. Hop on the train!

Jason Kokrak — Solid player at a reasonable price

J.J. Spaun — Was a huge disappointment last week which means ownership will be down on him.

Sungjae Im — A terrifically solid player with a bit less hype than Champ but almost as good.

Lucas Glover — Why is he only $7200 on DK? It’s either a gift or a trap. I am going with gift.

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Chesson Hadley/Sam Burns — Two guys I really like in the low 7K range.

Joel Dahmen — Only 6800 and a good person to use in stars and scrubs lineups.

John Huh — Nice price considering his good course history

Anders Albertson — Super cheap flyer who could make the cut.

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