Let our fantasy experts help you pick a great golf lineup.
The Dell Technologies Championship golf tournament is set for Sept. 1-4 at TPC Boston in Norton, Mass. So it's time to start picking your optimal DraftKings fantasy golf lineup. Fortunately, our fantasy golf experts are ready to help.
Here's what our best Dell Technologies 2017 lineup looks like:
Rickie Fowler ($9,700)
Sure, we’re tempted to go with the big guns here (DJ and Spieth), but Rickie’s far more affordable this week, and he’s playing as well as anybody. He’s second on Tour in adjusted scoring, fourth in birdie average and second in strokes-gained: putting. Oh, and he won here in 2015. This week, Rickie's orange is the new Tiger red.
Paul Casey ($8,900)
His last five tournaments look like this: T5 (Travelers), T11 (British Open), T5 (Bridgestone), T13 (PGA), 5 (Northern Trust). He’s a fantasy stud, and he has unfinished business at TPC Boston: He had a three-shot lead entering the final round last year but shot a 73 and lost by two.
Patrick Reed ($8,500)
He was in contention at the Northern Trust until a final-round 75, but Reed arrives in Boston swinging it confidently. And he should be confident this week: He has top-5 finishes in his last two trips to TPC Boston, with a scoring average of 68.8 in those eight rounds.
Adam Scott ($7,900)
Scott is back in action after welcoming his second child (a son, Byron) into the world just in time for a celebration of Labor Day. He’s been something of a forgotten man this season, but remember this: He has four top 10s in his last six appearances at TPC Boston and a scoring average at the venue of 68.4.
Jhonattan Vegas ($7,000)
We’re betting on Jhonny Vegas to keep coming up sevens. In his last four stops, he’s got a T3 at the Northern Trust, a T17 at the WGC Bridgestone and a win at the Canadian, making his MC at the PGA look like a one-off.
Patrick Cantlay ($7,200)
Cantlay tied for 10th at the Northern Trust in his FedExCup playoff debut, and he presents the tantalizing combo of affordable price and high upside. He led the Northern Trust field in greens in regulation and was third in stroke gained: tee to green. He’s striping it right now.