Below are the top 4 core plays for this week's tournament.
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Below are the top 4 Core Plays curiosity of 925s Cheat Sheet "Data Tag". The Data Tag breakdowns how you should properly value each golfer each week based on their likelihood to make the cut, as well as their upside fort that specific tournament.
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Scottie Scheffler - $11,400 - Core Play + Outright Bet:
Scottie Scheffler might be the highest-priced player on the slate, but he certainly should be. He has had two starts at this tournament over the past 4 years with both of those starts resulting in top-20 finishes.
He is a top 20 stat fit or better in all the key stats that we are looking at this week. Overall he ranks worst in Specialist Rank, ranking out 13th this just tells us how elite of a play Scottie is this week.
Aaron Wise - $10,200 - Core Play + Outright Bet:
Aaron Wise should be a simple play to me. He has 3 top-15 finishes at this tournament over the last 4 years at this tournament. The worry is that the other start was a missed cut. He is in the 7th best recent form in the field coming in and making 7 straight cuts in a row including a 6th place finish in his last event. He is a top 5 specialist and stat fit this week. He is a golfer that should be in contention on Sunday.
Billy Horschel - $10,000 - Core Play + Outright Bet:
Billy Ho has 4 starts and this tournament over the past 4 years and has made the cut here 4 straight times with two top 10 finishes and a finish no worse than 33rd. He is the 3rd best stat fit in the field, and ranks out as the 2nd best play overall this week. People might not like the idea of paying up for Billy Horschel which should be a good thing for all of us playing him this week.
Maverick McNealy - $9,400 - Core Play + Outright Bet:
Maverick McNealy has had a great fall swing thus far. He missed the cut at the Fortinet Championship, and since then has went 10th, 12th, and 18th. He also is a golfer that has great course history making 3 starts here in the last 3 years finishing: 11th, 12th, and 26th. Key Metric wise he ranks out well across the board so it is not shocking to see him rank out as the 4th best play this week.
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