DraftKings price: $7,500 In order to be successful in fantasy sports of any kind, but even more so in daily fantasy, you need to be willing to go one direction when conventional wisdom may say to go the other. Scott Stallings, for instance, has missed ten cuts in 23 PGA TOUR starts in 2017. He’s ranked 258th in the world, and hasn’t won in three and a half years. Why am I so positive on Stallings, then? He’s hot right now, and getting on board with the guy while he’s finding his rhythm could easily pay dividends this week.
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4. Adam Hadwin
DraftKings price: $7,400 Adam Hadwin had one of the hotter starts to the year in 2017. He shot 59 in the third round of the CareerBuilder Challenge back in January, finishing second in the process. Over the following two months, Hadwin became a legitimate force in PGA TOUR circles, winning the Valspar Championship at Innisbrook’s Copperhead Course, and following that with a sixth-place finish at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
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3. Ian Poulter
DraftKings price: $8,700 Don’t look now, but Ian Poulter is starting to get his groove back. After technically losing his PGA TOUR membership earlier this season, Poulter is on a streak of nine straight worldwide cuts made. Ranked as low as 207th in the world after the Honda Classic, Poulter is now up to No. 71 in the Official Ranking, and he’s looked more and more like his old self again.
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2. Matt Kuchar
DraftKings price: $11,400 Matt Kuchar comes with a super-premium price at Glen Abbey, just days after his heartbreaking runner-up finish to Jordan Spieth at the Open Championship. While he may not have left Royal Birkdale with the Claret Jug, however, Kuchar is still going to be a strong contender for all your DFS needs this week.
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1. Patrick Cantlay
DraftKings price: $8,100 If you don’t know the story of Patrick Cantlay yet, here’s a refresher. A one-time can’t miss PGA TOUR prospect out of UCLA, Cantlay was forced out of action for nearly a full year when he was diagnosed with a stress fracture in his back. After a few stops and starts to his comeback, he’s back and looking good, with seven starts under his belt on TOUR this year.
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