Last week was a much better week. Hit Webb Simpson at +3000 (Monday's odds), and 10 out of the 11 top plays made the cut. Harris English finished T17, Tyrrell Hatton finished T3, and Webb Simpson won. Matthew NeSmith, and Doc Redman both easily finished Top 40 which were bets I suggested as well. Billy Horschel was lone missed cut on the high end, but he still played well missing the cut on the number. Had a fair amount of people saying they cashed on the showdown slate as well with two members getting a top 10 finish on separate days. We look to continue last week's results into this week!
This week is looking like a true studs and duds week. We have a ton of great plays on the top end, and a few value plays that should not be value plays. The Mid Tier Section is not that strong this week as well. All in all, the difficult part of this week seems that it will be getting the correct combinations of plays on the top end to go off
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TOP PLAYS THIS WEEK
Bryson DeChambeau: This is a course that Bryson should absolutely be able to dominate this week! He has an average finish of 22nd at this course in 4 starts. He is the 5th best stat fit in the field this week. He is a great Par 4 scorer ranking top 10 in that. He ranks top 20 in Total Driving, and Ball Striking. His two starts since the break have both been top 10 finishes. Bryson stands out as someone who should win this week.
Gary Woodland: Woodland is once again a great pick this week. He has made the cut in the last 2 events, all without really playing too well. Woodland once again should be a safe option to make the cut. He is still a top 10 stat fit. He did play this course in 2016 where he finished T38.
Brian Harman: Harman was the only eye-popping play for me this week that was not a value play. Harman has great course history with a T8, T6, T35, and a MC. His stats keep improving on the year, and he has made 12/14 cuts on the season. He played the last two weeks and finish T28, and T23. He is a great play at this price point!
Cameron Champ: Champ played here last year, and missed the cut. But at least he has some course knowledge. Given Champ's stat fit, and his ability to go low his price of 6.8K on DK seems way too low. Honestly, I wouldn't be shocked if Champ won this week. Champ is a top 10 stat fit, and he played well at the CHC finishing T14. (Which is a course that he shouldn't have played that well at).
Also, Matt NeSmith is a great value play this week. (AGAIN)