PGA Lineup Advice: Valspar Championship
I'm new to fantasy golf an here is my 1st lineup build around Danny Willett what do you think? I be posting a another lineup built around Jordan Speith.
3 years ago
I really like KJ Choi this week, and his price has jumped a bunch, so he could be under 5% owned. His game really sets up for Innisbrook, ignore the missed cut lats year. He's gained 2.862 strokes tee to green on the field in his nine appearances at the tourney, 16th best in the field. I wouldn't play him in cash because I like a lot of guys lower, but he's a perfect GPP play. Willett will get a lot of buzz after a strong performance last weekend, so it's hard to predict his ownership, but his game is good enough to compete anywhere. Kuchar is my favorite play of the week, good savings on the other top guys and a very safe cash game play. Good luck!3 years ago
Thoughts on this GPP lineup? I will hold off on asking who you like for value, I know the articles will be rolling in soon.
3 years ago
@ArtVandelay10 thanks for the feedback I'm going to be entering in GPP.3 years ago
I agree with Ryan's feedback here, Choi is an interesting GPP play this week. Perfect setup for his game, and he won't have to worry about losing distance at Innisbrook.3 years ago
I like it Jason. Glover has popped up across industry sites as a sleeper this week, and I was a bit surprised by the consensus. He's a nice GPP play this week, although Innisbrook has been known as a putting contest, and Glover was dead last in strokes gained;putting last year and his putting woes are well documented. With that said, his ball-striking is the reason why people are jumping on him, and he should be among the top 20 in birdie opportunities. Whether he can get some to go down will be the difference in a missed cut and a top 20, making him an ideal boom-bust GPP play.
If I had to pick one guy I might replace it would be Colt Knost. I am partial to Daniel Summerhayes ($6600), he's one of the better putters on tour and finished 10th last year at the Valspar. He has not been at his best with regards to his current form, but the course just sets up so well for his skillset. I would take the extra $100 and upgrade McDowell to Ryan Moore, who finished 5th here last year, and held the 54 hole lead. He's also finished 10th, Cut, 10th and 11th in his last four tournaments. McDowell is another guy who has gotten love across the industry, but I prefer Moore who has shown a propensity to excel on tight courses that dictate target golf.
-BJ3 years ago
Thanks for the breakdown BJ,
I will create a lineup with those pivots!3 years ago