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 The Sweet Spot - CJ Cup
Posted by Taras Pitra on Wednesday, October 18, 2017 - 10:05

The Sweet Spot If you’ve ever played golf, you know how important it is to hit the sweet spot on the club face. This article will serve the same purpose for your DFS lineups every week as we’ll dive into the plays and try to find “the sweet spot” in each level of pricing to help your tournament lineups bring home bags of cash.


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 European Tour - Andalucia Masters
Posted by Taras Pitra on Tuesday, October 17, 2017 - 15:00

Six months after winning his first Masters (and major championship) Sergio Garcia gets to host his first tournament. Valderrama is no stranger to hosting strong competitions as it previously hosted the Volvo Masters, The Ryder Cup, a WGC and The Open de Espana. That being said, these players have plenty of history at this course and we should be able to gleam something from that. Valderrama isn’t a typical Euro Tour course...


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 The CJ Cup
Posted by Taras Pitra on Tuesday, October 17, 2017 - 15:00

New event with no history and no cut again this week. The Club at Nine Bridges is referred to as “Korea’s Maui” (keep players who have played at Kapalua in mind when making lineups this week). The course was designed to create a Scottish Highlands look, but looks more like an American course in a Scottish atmosphere (see also: links courses on American soil). It was built under the backdrop of Mount Halla at 600 meters (which translates to almost 2000 feet) so the ball will be traveling further than usual. As far as any history goes, there have been three men’s events held on Jeju Island, but on different courses. Graeme McDowell won a European Tour event...


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 The Sweet Spot - CIMB Classic
Posted by Taras Pitra on Wednesday, October 11, 2017 - 18:26

If you’ve ever played golf, you know how important it is to hit the sweet spot on the club face. This article will serve the same purpose for your DFS lineups every week as we’ll dive into the plays and try to find “the sweet spot” in each level of pricing to help your tournament lineups bring home bags of cash. DraftKings & FanDuel Contests this week: DraftKings $125K Dogleg – You know the drill here, best shot at glory in normal weeks. - $33 entry; $15,000 to 1st (this contest was sliced again probably due to the Wednesday lock, but is still your best bet for a great payout with minimal investment)  (DK) $5k Albatross Single Entry – I play this GPP every week and love not having to see 100+ lineups from the same player. - $12 Entry; $500 to 1st.


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 Italian Open
Posted by Taras Pitra on Tuesday, October 10, 2017 - 15:00

The weather this week will be a ray of sunshine compared to last week, so like most of us amateur/casual golfers, I assume these guys will be in higher spirits even if their game doesn’t travel with them...


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 CIMB Classic
Posted by Taras Pitra on Tuesday, October 10, 2017 - 15:00

Welcome to the first NO CUT event of the 2017-2018 season! This is an event that’s been dominated by two players over the past four years with Justin Thomas and Ryan Moore collecting back-to-back wins. One thing I will say before getting to the plays is that there is some overlap in correlation between the Safeway & CIMB as far as results go...


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 The Sweet Spot - Safeway Open
Posted by Taras Pitra on Wednesday, October 4, 2017 - 09:37
 Safeway Open
Posted by Taras Pitra on Tuesday, October 3, 2017 - 21:00

DraftKings took longer to release pricing than the players did this week! Yes, I’m aware they couldn’t release pricing until the Web.com finals was complete, but there’s an easier way of helping the touts that continue to help put money into DK’s pockets week after week. Anyways, the 2017-18 season is upon us in the PGA DFS industry following the total domination of Team USA at the President’s Cup...


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 European Tour - Alfred Dunhill Links Championship
Posted by Taras Pitra on Tuesday, October 3, 2017 - 15:00

This week we have a unique event where the cut comes after 54 holes. All of the players will play each course once, and Sunday’s final round will be played at The Old Course. The weather this week will be the main issue as it’s supposed to be cold, windy and rainy for most of the weekend as of writing. If players start off badly, I could see a lot of 36-hole mail-ins forthcoming...


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 European Tour - British Masters
Posted by Taras Pitra on Tuesday, September 26, 2017 - 15:00

New host course means we have no course history so we’ll be leaning heavily on current form and statistical fit. There aren’t many pictures of the course, but from what I did find, the course looks tight off the tee so we’ll want to give the nod to more accurate players when trying to decide between two plays of equal skillset. Putting will be what separates the bunch this week, so make sure your teams have a balance of strong putters with those that can get hot...


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