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Fantasy Golf Picks: Wyndham Championship Lineup for DraftKings

Fantasy Golf Lineup: Bill Haas

Fantasy Golf Lineup: Bill Haas

The Wyndham Championship is set for Aug. 17-20 at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, N.C. So it's time to start picking your optimal DraftKings fantasy golf lineup. Fortunately, our fantasy golf experts are ready to help. 

Golf Fantasy Picks: Wyndham Championship

Here's what our best Wyndham Championship 2017 lineup looks like:

Bill Haas ($10,200)

Haas has done everything at the Wyndham except win, with three top 10s and a scoring average of 67.05 since 2012. Finished T22 here in 2016. He’s been especially adept at erasing mistakes (sixth in SG around the green, 24th in scrambling). 

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Webb Simpson ($10,000)

Our other Sedgefield ringer this week, Webb has weaved some magic in Greensboro — a win in 2011 and four other finishes inside the top 11. His tee-to-green game has been more than solid (24th in SG tee to green), and he just needs a few putts to drop to contend for a win. Hasn’t missed a cut since early May.

Kevin Streelman ($8,300)

Far from a sexy play — sorry, Mrs. Streelman — but he arrives in Greensboro having made seven straight cuts, starting with The Players, and he has four top-20 finishes in that stretch. It’s his first visit to Sedgefield in five years, but he’s four-for-four in cuts made at the Wyndham.

Rory Sabbatini ($7,200)

The guy who once fancied himself a rival to peak-level Tiger is chugging along in obscurity these days, having fallen to No. 454 in the world. So what is he doing on our list? Well, it’s the week after a major, and pickings are slim. On a more positive note, he’s made five straight cuts, with four top-25 finishes, and his last appearance at the Wyndham (2013) yielded a top 10. 

Trey Mullinax ($6,900)

The subplot this week is players trying to qualify for the FedExCup playoffs, and Mullinax is on the outside looking in at the moment. He’s more than capable of a strong finish this week, having posted a T9 at the U.S. Open, and he’s a good driver of the golf ball (44th in SG off the tee).

John Huh ($6,800)

Huh (or, as you might know him, who?) is strictly a horse-for-course play, as his season has been a little spotty. He’s five-for-five in cuts made at Sedgefield, where his scoring average is a sparkling 68.4. His 2013 appearance featured a tasty 62. I think you’d take that this week.