Trying to find your optimal DraftKings lineup for this week's (March 2-5) golf tournament: the World Golf Championships (WGC)-Mexico Championship at the Club de Golf Chapultepec in Mexico City? Our fantasy golf experts are ready to help.
Here's what our optimal lineup looks like.
Henrik Stenson ($10,300)
Stenson hasn't played a ton in 2017, but he's riding a streak of six straight worldwide top 10s. His ultra-consistent ball striking will serve him well on an unfamiliar track.
Adam Scott ($9,200)
Scott has seven straight top-15 finishes. Extend the timeframe back to the 2016 Barclays, and Scott has been T-14 or better in 11 of his last 12 starts, with seven top 10s. In fantasy as in real life, the guy's money.
Tyrrell Hatton ($8,300)
We can't ignore this guy any longer. He's finished in the top 4 in three of his last four starts, including a T-4 at Honda. The Englishman could be a next-generation Lee Westwood, right down to the bad British teeth.
Phil Mickelson ($7,600)
We're going to fantasy-stalk Lefty until he files a restraining order. He tends to excel on unfamiliar courses, and Club de Golf Chapultepec certainly qualifies. He's made his last eight cuts.
Louis Oosthuizen ($7,200)
Oostie's globetrotting ways have included plenty of rounds at elevation, which will serve him well at 7,000-plus feet above sea level. He hasn't missed a cut since July and had two top 5s in his last three starts.
Bill Haas ($7,000)
Quiet consistency is a nice fantasy trait, and Haas has that in spades. He's finished in the top 20 in his last six starts, including a T-4 at the last WGC event, the HSBC Champions in October.