Last week was a great week for 925 Nation. 5 of our top 6 most owned players finished T9 or better last week, and they all made the cut. Including having the Winner Tyrrell Hatton as the 2nd best overall ranked player. On top of that, it was the first week in which we rated as "Green". (Red = Limit, Yellow = Normal, Green = Attack Aggressively.) It was awesome that in the first week we attacked aggressively to also have it be our best week. Now that's how it should go, but it's always great when that a plan works. Personally I think that is one huge separation point that I provide each week in the Membership slate. Half of DFS is knowing when, and when not to attack a tournament.
In the write up last week we gave you 3 players that ended up in the main build. Bryson Dechambeau 4, Billy Horschel T36, and Harris English T9. The rest of the main build finished with: Morikawa T9. Hatton Winner, and Ian Poulter T32.
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TOP PLAYS THIS WEEK
Webb Simpson: The very first thing I did when the salaries came out was look where Webb was priced this week, and I could not believe that he was priced this low. Webb has had one bad week. His last event where he has never played well at. He has typically followed that up with great golf here: finishing T16, 1st, and T16 in his last three starts. He is in great current form and is BY FAR the best stat fit. His lowest stat this week is putting where he ranks 18th. There are some golfers in the player pool this week whose best stat doesn't even rank at 18. I honestly do not know how or why he got priced down this much, and I worry about how chalky he will be. We all know how the chalk has faired this year.
Gary Woodland: Woodland is Webb Simpson just slightly worse. He has ok course history-making 3/4 cuts with two top 30 finishes. He is an insanely good stat fit. Ranking Top 10 in BS, TD, Par 5 Scoring, BIR, Long Iron, and Bogey Avoidance. He ranks 59th in Total Putting. 6 of his 9 starts this season have resulted in T12 or better finishes. I think Woodland makes for one of the best plays given his price point.
Daniel Berger: Berger is so underpriced this week. I do not get it. Typically when a play like this stands out this much they have either made a Top 10 or choked on the last two holes to miss the cut. (Really hoping that does not happen this week). Berger is a top 7 stat fit, and ranks 18th in the model. The great thing about Berger is his game currently does not have a weakness for this course. His lowest stat rank that we are looking at this week is GIR where he ranks 75th. Every other stat is T55 or better.
Jhonattan Vegas: This price point really stands out to me. This is a player who can't putt, and as a result, he is making bogeys. If he finds form with his putter this week he could absolutely go off. He is 16th in TD, 28th in BS, 9th in Par 5 Scoring, 56 in GIR, and 43rd in that long iron stat this week. Course History: T3, T41, MC, and T57. Vegas has made 5 out of his last 6 cuts. In those made cuts his average finish is 27th.