Welcome to the Fantasy Six Pack! If this is your first time joining us, here we highlight six golfers to use in two popular fantasy golf platforms, DraftKings and FanDuel. On each, you must select six golfers for your lineup under a specific salary cap. (DraftKings $50,000, FanDuel $60,000.) A little about me: I’m a golf nut with a 1.3 handicap and a nose for analytics — according to Rotogrinders, I’m one of the top daily fantasy golf players and ranked inside the top 25 of all players. You’ll find more of my analysis at tourlevelfantasy.com. Recap of last week’s picks Kopeka’s win and Hatton’s strong finish were our high points. Michael Kim was a solid bargain-bin pickup. Overall, a nice week. On to Shanghai! The Tournament: WGC HSBC Championship Course: Sheshan International Average Winning Score: -17 Average Cut: None Yardage: 7,300 yards Par: 72 Skills emphasized: It’s the last week of the Asian swing, and thus the last week we’ll work without strokes-gained data. But of note, last year’s winner, Justin Rose, only hit 65% of his fariways and ranked 29th in driving accuracy en route to the title. So, one could surmise that distance over accuracy is preferred here. Last Year’s Top-5 Finishers Justin Rose Dustin Johnson Brooks Kopeka Henrik Stenson Kyle Stanley an entertaining Twitter follow, but he’s also quickly climbing the ranks. He’s earned three top 10s in his last four starts, including a win in his last start at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. He available at a very reasonable price. Julian Suri (Odds: 120/1, DraftKings $7,000, FanDuel $8,400) Have to admit I’m a little bummed that Suri failed to earn his PGA Tour card at the Web.com finals, where he placed outside the top 25. I think he could be a rising star. After that disappointment he returned to the European tour where he’s found much more success, and again, seems to be finding his groove. He’s gone 21st, 5th in his last two starts, and at this discounted price is worth a flyer. Mulligans: A player who has struggled but expects to play better Adam Bland (Odds: 300/1, DraftKings $6,000, FanDuel $7,000) Similar to Michael Kim, who we had in this spot last week, Bland won a Euro Tour event to earn a spot in this WGC tournament. But he’s missed three of his last four cuts and seems to be struggling with his game. Maybe a guaranteed paycheck at this no-cut event will help ease some tension. tourlevelfantasy.com. He has been playing golf for the last 20 years, betting on golf for the last five and writing about golf for the last two. Connect with him on twitter @dfsgolfer23 or check him out on the @rotogrinders live golf show on Tuesday’s @ 8 PM!