Memorial Tournament - 5/29
Posted by Taras Pitra on Tuesday, May 29, 2018 - 14:39

Using my new approach at trying to find a type of player to succeed this week seemed to work much better the past few weeks so we’re going to continue to look at the leaderboards through the years to determine the type of players we should be targeting.

 Tambo's Tee Time - Fort Worth Invitational
Posted by Tyler Tamboline on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 - 09:40

Strategy for the Week

This week I started off thinking I’d be lower on Spieth than most, but it has become quite apparent that everyone wants to roll a balanced approach. It has been a successful strategy so far this season, but if there is one week I can see that changing it’s this one! Spieth has been disappointing people as of late and while he will still garner some ownership, I think it could be lower than most think and I think there are some good plays in the lower-end that we can use to still make things work, without changing from an optimal approach overall (ie: we’re not just gonna force it with bottom of the barrel plays). The other reason is that this week is a smaller “Invitational” event and there are fewer golfers than usual, but with same rules as normal; meaning Top 70 and ties will make the cut out of just over 120 golfers. Usually, there are 150+. This gives us a little more freedom to take some risks and get some of those cheap scoring guys to pair with our top-tier plays.

 The Sweet Spot - Fort Worth Invitational
Posted by Taras Pitra on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 - 09:16


  • Jon Rahm ($11,000 DK / $11,900 FD): 30-40% exposure – Rahmbo was chalky last year and played very well as a runner-up on a course where he should dominate again. I don’t see any flaws in his game to think he shouldn’t be a core play especially coming off such a strong performance in his debut. This isn’t a Pete Dye design, so he should smash.

 BMW PGA Championship Preview
Posted by Taras Pitra on Tuesday, May 22, 2018 - 14:27

Euro DFS makes its triumphant return this week as we head to England. The course was re-renovated last year, so the players should be much happier with the new look. The fairways are tight and the greens are small, so accuracy will be at a premium this week. 

 Fort Worth Invitational Preview
Posted by Taras Pitra on Tuesday, May 22, 2018 - 13:21

The Fort Worth Invitational, which is formerly known as the Dean & Deluca, Crown Plaza and Bank of America invitational(s), is still held at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, TX. With the invitational status, we have a reduced field of 125 players, meaning more emphasis on 6/6 this week and making sure those 6/6 finish near the top of the leaderboard come Sunday.

 The Sweet Spot - AT&T Byron Nelson
Posted by Taras Pitra on Wednesday, May 16, 2018 - 10:16
 AT&T Byron Nelson Preview - 5/15
Posted by Taras Pitra on Tuesday, May 15, 2018 - 12:14

We’ve got a new course in the rotation this week as the PGA Tour heads to Trinity Forest Golf Club for the AT&T Byron Nelson. The course was designed by the team of Bill Coore & Ben Crenshaw, and looks similar to the traditional links courses of the Queens English (Britain)

 The Sweet Spot - THE PLAYERS
Posted by Taras Pitra on Wednesday, May 9, 2018 - 09:21
 The Rocco Forte Open Preview
Posted by Taras Pitra on Tuesday, May 8, 2018 - 14:24

OVERVIEW Last year Verdura GC hosted the event for the first time since 2012. Alvaro Quiros had a five-shot lead beginning the final round and managed to hang on by a thread beating Zander Lombard in a playoff. With most of the attention being on THE PLAYERS this week, we have a less than desirable field in Italy, but one we can still exploit.

 The Players Championship Preview
Posted by Taras Pitra on Tuesday, May 8, 2018 - 13:47

OVERVIEW The PGA Tour’s “5th Major” is upon us this week as we head back to Florida for another Pete Dye Experience. This event has been won by all walks of life, but primarily strong ball strikers with hot putters for the one week. Some players continue to flash their putting here every few years (SERGIO).