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PGA DFS Primer: Tour Championship (2021) | FantasyPros

PGA Tour
the PGA Tour
Previous WinnersEast Lake Golf Club
DeChambeau at Caves Valley
Caves Valley GC

Jon Rahm
Patrick Cantlay
Bryson DeChambeau
Harris English
Louis Oosthuizen
Collin Morikawa
Kevin Kisner
Sergio Garcia
Sam Burns
Sam Burns
Cameron Smith
Aussie Cameron Smith
Dustin Johnson
Matthew MacKay

South Korean

Caves Valley
East Lake
East Lake GC

Caves Valley Golf Club
Sungjae Im
East Lake Golf Club
GC.Dustin Johnson

South Korea

the Tour Championship
the BMW Championship

Positivity     38.68%   
   Negativity   61.32%
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Cantlay enters the Tour Championship ranked first in the FedExCup standings, while DeChambeau sits at third overall.A few of my recommendations fared well during the BMW Championship at Caves Valley, including South Korea’s Sungjae Im (3rd/-23) and Spain’s Jon Rahm (T9/-18), who both finished within the top ten. The final playoff event is unique in that it rewards Starting Strokes based on a player’s rank in the FedExCup standings, meaning Patrick Cantlay starts at 10-under-par and still has the ability to score lower based on his 72-hole aggregate. In comparison, veteran Sergio Garcia is on the fringe and ranked 28th, meaning he will start at even-par and doesn’t get the advantage of Starting Strokes rewarded to higher-ranking players.Let’s take a look at the East Lake course to see which golfers are worth rostering based on their skill set and Starting Strokes advantage heading into the final event of the PGA Tour.Try Daily Fantasy Golf at DraftKings now >>Previous WinnersEast Lake Golf Club is the site for the final playoff event of the 2020-21 PGA Tour this weekend. This places an emphasis on the Starting Strokes advantage awarded to the top-ranked players, as they are able to play with less pressure and adversity on their shoulders.East Lake GC is shorter in its distance and par than Caves Valley, spanning 7,346 yards as a par 70. He’s arguably the best greens in regulation golfer at East Lake and starts off six-under-par thanks to ranking fourth in the FedExCup standings.

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